November 7, 2016

Just Listed: 1006 N 5th St Unit #1, Philadelphia, PA 19123

Just Listed: $225,000 Bi-level 1 bedroom and 1.5 bathroom condo located in the Philadelphia neighborhood known as Northern Liberties. This trendy and quirky area contains a network of bars, restaurants and boutiques within the neighborhood (Girard Avenue and Callowhill Street North/South; the Delaware River and Sixth Street East/West). It is also located in one of the most coveted zip codes […]
November 4, 2016

Just Listed: 3420 W Queen Ln, Philadelphia, PA 19129

Just  Listed: $299,000 Welcome to this charming West Queen Tudor Revival home on arguably the best block in East Falls, lined with mature Sycamore trees. This home features many upgrades such as a new kitchen, deck, and California Closets throughout. Enter through your large brick front porch into a spacious living room and formal dining room with original oak hardwood […]
November 3, 2016
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Frustration Mounts as SEPTA Strike Enters Day 3

Frustration is the name of the game for commuters in Philadelphia, who are being stymied by a lack of transportation options while SEPTA remains on strike. The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority is not operating its buses, subways, or trolleys while workers strike over what they say are unfair wages and working conditions. Meanwhile, residents of the City of Brotherly Love […]
November 2, 2016
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Anne Hathaway Drums Up Hillary Votes in Philly

There are currently six days to go until the United States presidential election, and both candidates are pulling out their big guns in an attempt to sway undecided voters, and to get decided voters out to the polls. For Hillary Clinton, she was backed by some Hollywood  star power in the form of actress and Oscar-winner Anne Hathaway, who was […]
November 1, 2016
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SEPTA Strike Strands Thousands

Getting around the city of Philadelphia just got a heck of a lot harder – the Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority’s 4,700 city transit workers went on strike today, stranding thousands of city commuters without a way to get between work and home. SEPTA provides nearly a million rides each weekday, between buses, subway service, and trolleys. There are fears that […]
October 31, 2016
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Philly News Briefs: 10/31/16

1.) Happy Halloween, Philadelphia! All you kids getting dressed up to go and trawl for candy tonight, take heart: Zillow has named Philadelphia as the country’s best city for trick-or-treating. The real estate aggregator site named the City of Brotherly Love as tops for Halloween candy gathering thanks to a combination of home values, the nearness of homes to each […]
October 27, 2016

The Great Philadelphia Krispy Kreme Mystery

It’s one of America’s quintessential culinary delights: a hot and fresh Krispy Kreme donut, warm and dripping with glaze. One eats one, and immediately wants to inhale another. Such is life. Such is life, that is, except for in the City of Brotherly Love. Oh, you can get donuts aplenty there – Dunkin Donuts and Wawa flourish with sales of […]
October 26, 2016
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Ridesharing to Become Legal in Philadelphia

After much legislative drama, it appears that ridesharing services like Lyft and Uber will become legal in Philadelphia – for good, this time. Governor Tom Wolf is set to sign a bill that overwhelmingly passed the state Senate after clearing the House of Representatives last week legalizing the popular form of commuting through which riders use apps to connect them […]
October 24, 2016
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Prince Albert Buys Grace Kelly’s Former Home

Prince Albert of Monaco has purchased the Philadelphia home where his mother, the iconic movie star Grace Kelly, grew up and accepted a marriage proposal from his father, Prince Rainer III. Prince Albert confirmed to People magazine that the home was now in the hands of the royal family. He said in a statement that the Kelly home is “very […]
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