June 18, 2018
the willows mansion

Historic Villanova Mansion Will Receive New Life

A stately, 108-year-old mansion in Radnor Township will be preserved as a mansion and open to the public. The Willows, a 10,000-square-foot house in Villanova that was built in 1910 and is owned by the township and has fallen into disrepair will be preserved, fixed up, and maintained as a public space after Radnor and a brand new private preservation […]
June 18, 2018

Just Reduced: 2046 N 18th St, Philadelphia, PA 19121

Just Reduced: $385,000 Recently renovated Duplex stone’s throw from Temple’s campus! Looking for a solid investment property? This Temple moneymaker is turnkey and ready to go. Unit 1 offers three good size bedrooms with a large living space. Unit 2 provides four legitimate bedrooms and two full baths. Both have stainless steel appliances, updated flooring etc. Unit 1 is currently […]
June 18, 2018

Just Reduced: 2423 S 13th St, Philadelphia, PA 19148

Just Reduced: $309,000 Large South Philly row home, well-maintained by the same family for four generations! Double insulated throughout, open floor plan on first floor, 3 bedrooms, and 2 full bathrooms. Finish the 50′ basement for even more space! Recent upgrades include: heater, roof, sewer line, tile flooring in kitchen, very durable flooring in living room and dining room, new […]
June 15, 2018
cashier

In Philadelphia, the Fight For a Fair Workweek

In the City of Brotherly Love, the fight is on for a fair workweek for all non-salaried employees. According to NBC 10: “On Thursday, Philadelphia City Councilwoman Helen Gym introduced legislation to curb some of this uncertainty. The fair workweek ordinance would require a reasonable notice of schedules, at least 11 hours rest time between shifts, opportunities to work additional […]
June 13, 2018
pride

Philly Celebrates 30 Years of LGBT Pride

After rain comes a rainbow… a fact that was serendipitously apropos for last weekend’s joyous, rain-soaked celebration of three decades of LGBT Pride in the City of Brotherly Love. Bedecked in glitter, unicorn horns, fairy wings, and tutus/tanks/tees/leggings striped with a riotous array of color, Philadelphia’s queer community and their allies walked in a parade and then partied at Penn’s […]
June 12, 2018
shopping cart

Philly Amazon Prime Members Can Now Order Whole Foods Deliveries

Love fresh, delicious groceries from Whole Foods, but hate having to haul your cookies to the store? Well, Philadelphia resident, you are in luck. Amazon just recently expanded their Prime grocery delivery service to include Whole Foods, in a move that is sure to delight fans of the high-quality, organic, fair-trade, free-range grocer, which has a cult following. The Whole […]
June 11, 2018
philadelphia

Making Philly Affordable for Young Transplants

Philadelphia is, without doubt, one of the greatest places to live in the country. We have it all – great neighborhoods for every kind of resident, excellent institutes of higher education, amazing culture, nightlife, and hella good food. When it comes to big American cities, Philadelphia more than holds its own with the likes of New York, Boston, and D.C. […]
June 11, 2018

Just Listed: 925 Catharine St, Philadelphia, PA 19147

Just Listed: $525,000 DON’T MISS your chance to own on one of the most picturesque and charming blocks of Bella Vista! Traditional Philadelphia at its finest! This three bedroom PLUS DEN has it all! Open first floor plan allows for great entertaining space and functionality. Beautiful exposed brick in living room and den and hardwood floors throughout! Living and dining […]
June 6, 2018
eagles

Amid Controversy, Trump Cancels Eagles’ White House Celebration

In a move that has been politically divisive, Donald Trump cancelled the planned celebration for the Philadelphia Eagles at the White House that was set to take place yesterday. It is a tradition in the NFL that, after winning the Super Bowl, the league champions go to the White House to meet the president and enjoy a celebration in their […]
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