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Nunu Is Now Doing Sushi Because That’s All You People Want

When Ben Puchowitz and Shawn Darragh opened Nunu last year, we all expected them to apply their winning technique of Americanizing and Jewish-ing Asian foods […]

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Hungry Pigeon Isn’t an All-Day Café Anymore

In an email this morning addressed to “Friends of Hungry Pigeon”, chef-owner Scott Schroeder announced the beloved all-day cafe will stop serving breakfast and lunch. […]

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The Termini Family Is No Longer Part of Giuseppe & Sons

Giuseppe & Sons, Michael Schulson and Nina Tinari’s giant Italian restaurant in Center City, was conceptualized inside a much smaller Italian restaurant in South Philly: […]

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Election Recap: Working Families Party Gains Council Seat, Democrats Take Delco

There was really only one burning question during Tuesday’s election: Would the Working Families Party make history by removing Republicans from the two City Council […]

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Here Are the Early Results From the First U.S. CRISPR Trial for Cancer

Researchers from the Abramson Cancer Center at the University of Pennsylvania are the first in the United States to attempt to genetically edit a cancer […]

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Meet Eeva, ReAnimator Coffee’s New All-Day Cafe and Pizza Restaurant Opening in Kensington

Starting this Saturday, November 9th, ReAnimator Coffee’s naturally-leavened pizza and sourdough concept will pop-up weekly in front of its future home in Kensington. Named Eeva, the […]

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It’s Election Day in Philadelphia: Here’s What You Need to Know

In Democratic Party–dominated Philly, odd-year general elections are often sleep-inducing affairs. Because the big-ticket items, like the mayoral race, are effectively decided during the Democratic […]

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Dmitri’s in NoLibs Closes Temporarily, While Dmitri’s in Queen Village Closes Indefinitely

Dmitri Chimes, owner of Dmitri’s, the 30-year-old Greek BYO with two locations in Queen Village (795 South 3rd Street) and Northern Liberties (944 North 2nd […]

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Maison 208 Closes in the Gayborhood

Two and a half years after opening, Maison 208 closed its doors last week. The restaurant, which was named for its location at 208 South […]

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Mission Taqueria Is Hosting the Most Epic Friendsgiving Ever

In 2008, Daniel McLaughlin of Mission Taqueria hosted a Friendsgiving for 50 people in his newly renovated Wharton Heights home. “Aside from microwaving Trader Joe’s […]

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First Look: Gabi, the All-Day French Café From the Bistro La Minette Crew

On Monday, November 4th, the team from Bistrot La Minette opens their trés French all-day café, called Gabi, at 339 North Broad Street. The team — Peter […]

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Poe’s Sandwich Joint Is Back, This Time in Kensington

This Saturday, November 2nd, Poe’s Sandwich Joint will return to slinging sandwiches and other “high-end munchies” in its new location at 1710 North Fifth Street […]

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This Alternative Healthcare Plan Is Replacing Traditional Insurance Models

Choosing a healthcare provider can be an incredibly daunting undertaking. There are hundreds of plans to choose from, each with their own deductibles, copays, complex […]

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A Simple Blood Test Might Be Able to Predict Brain Cancer Survival

Glioblastoma multiforme (GBM) is one of the most common and deadliest forms of brain cancer in adults. An estimated 14,000 new cases of GBM are […]

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Mom-Mom’s Polish Restaurant to Open on South Street Next to Bob and Barbara’s

First, there was Mom-Mom’s Polish food cart, a roving truck serving perfect pierogi, stuffed cabbage, and kielbasa all over town. Then came Mom-Mom’s Kitchen, a […]