January 10, 2019

Florida’s Gift to Philly: Fast Food

As part of their overall national growth plan, Tampa-based fast food chains Rally’s and Checkers will be entering the Philadelphia market for the first time. The company has 900 locations in 32 states, and it is looking to open around 40 locations in the Philadelphia metro area over the next five to ten years. There are currently sixteen locations in […]
January 9, 2019

Can You Save $$$ on Your Philadelphia Homeowner’s Insurance?

Homeowner’s insurance is a necessity when you own a home, but it is unfortunately one of your priciest bills. Traditionally bundled in escrow with your land taxes, this monthly payment can cost just as much as your mortgage! Obviously, you need the coverage – god forbid you should experience a house fire or a natural disaster, your insurance would be […]
December 31, 2018

Our Fave Loft District Condos: 2019

For those who love the feel of New York City-esque loft dwellings, the “Loft District” of Center City just may hold a place in your heart. Most of the buildings that house these condos were former warehouses or industrial buildings that were redeveloped for residential use, but retain their open, airy feel. The neighborhood nickname comes from the fact that, […]
December 31, 2018

Our Fave Logan Square Condos: 2019

Once upon a time, well-heeled Philadelphians held the motto that it was Rittenhouse Square or nothing. In the past several years, however, several other tony quarters have emerged. One of these is Logan Square. Once a spot known only by a lucky few, this well-kept secret has become a haven for luxury townhomes and condos. Logan Square is the heart […]
December 31, 2018

OH YEAHHHHHH: Eagles Are in the Playoffs!

THIS IS NOT A DRILL. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. THIS IS NOT A DRILL. The Philadelphia Eagles are soaring back into the playoffs after steamrolling the Washington Redskins with a shutout 24-0 win yesterday. This, combined with the Minnesota Vikings losing to the Chicago Bears (playoff math is complicated, yo), catapulted the Eagles, who have had somewhat of a […]
December 20, 2018

Soothe Your Holiday Woes With Popeyes’ “Emotional Support Chicken”

When fortune and favor are not smiling upon you, where do you turn for solace? Some people go to church. Some people have a drink. Others need a hug. But, on a fairly universal level, few people can say that three pieces of fried chicken don’t turn that frown upside down. Such is the thinking if chicken chain Popeyes, which […]
December 19, 2018

Ski Masks On as Eagles Vie for Playoff Berth

Above: actual surveillance image of Nick Foles at work 😉 Last year, it was Crisco and dog masks. This year, it’s the ski mask. The new symbol of the Eagles Nation’s playoff hopes comes in the form of a menacing-looking balaclava, like the kind that old-timey bank robbers wear. The ski masks are meant to show all and sundry that […]
December 13, 2018

Prepare to Wawa Like You’ve Never Wawa’d Before!

Tomorrow promises to be a banner day for Philadelphians: the world’s biggest Wawa is opening in Center City. I repeat: THIS IS NOT A DRILL. The Wawa Nation has been waiting for this for a very long time. Ever since the beloved Philly-based convenience store chain revealed its plans for the enormous storefront at 6th and Chestnut, there’s been an […]
December 12, 2018

Uh-Oh: Is Wentz Out for the Season AGAIN?

It seems that this is the season: for a second year in a row, it’s clutch time in the NFL regular season, and Eagles franchise quarterback Carson Wentz will be MIA. It was announced today that Wentz was on the injury list, and will not be starting this Sunday during the highly-anticipated matchup with the Los Angeles Rams. The Rams, […]
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