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  • Louise

    Your "best" blogger is no longer a blogger and your "best" columnist is not a columnist, but a blogger. Facts don't matter, I guess, when you want to applaud on your friends.

  • Anonymous

    Thank you…THANK YOU…for putting in print what my buddies and I have been saying for two years. Get Franzke and Andersen on the Phillies' TV broadcasts! They absolutely are the closest thing we've had so far to Harry and Whitey. Their camaraderie isn't forced, as it appears to be between McCarthy and Sarge, and they offer insight and humor that further the game, not distract from it.

    Most importantly, they know when to be quiet, as did the two legends mentioned above. McCarthy, Sarge, and Wheels seem to be in a constant battle to see who can fill every available second of air time with incessant babble and forced humor. Enough!

    Hopefully, the Phillies organization is paying attention!

  • Nosuch

    This place rocks. Better food at better prices than any Cajun place I've tried outside of New Orleans, and most of those IN NO. If you like cajun and you haven't eaten here yet, what the HELL are you waiting for??

  • Nosuch

    Oops, I made a typo. Previous comment was re Cajun Kate's. Thanks!

  • Nicole

    Wit or Witout is the best cheesesteak in town… 7352 Frankford Ave. philadelphia, 1 block north of cottman and frankford you should try for yourselves..

  • Kathye

    Thank you so much for naming HANDMADE GARDENS "Best of Philly 2009/SUBURBAN GREEN THUMBS." We are grateful and thrilled beyond words.–Kathye Petrie for Michael Petrie's HANDMADE GARDENS