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Weekend Pick: Pearl Street Arts Festival Celebrates Chinatown North’s Revitalization

Tomorrow, Saturday, September 28, the Asian Arts Initiative is throwing a party — well, an arts festival whose participants perfectly embody the growing artistic importance of […]

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Photo of the Day: “Not Another Urban Barbershop” Opens for Temple Students

The new Diamond Cutz TU at 10th and Diamond wants to make it clear that it’s “not another urban barbershop.” Hmm. Classy.

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What? Has the Building Trades Union War Against the Post Brothers Really Gotten This Stupid?

Pardon the informality of the headline, but this simply cannot be believed. Philadelinquency spotted a post on Philadelphia Speaks in which forum member fiveomar described […]

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Blog of the Week: “Terrible Real Estate Agent Photographs”

Here’s the concept: “Inexplicably bad property photographs. It’s that simple.” And it is. It’s also incredibly funny. Realtor friends, help us understand: How did these […]

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What Would You Do If You Couldn’t Pay Your Mortgage?

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Dispatch: Could This Code Enforcement Strategy Work in Philadelphia?

Credit: Tim Kiser via Wikimedia Commons Next City is hosting a live blog of the 2013 Reclaiming Vacant Properties conference, now ongoing in Philadelphia. This is one […]

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Dispatch: Where Has All the Bank-Owned Property Gone?

Next City is hosting a live blog of the 2013 Reclaiming Vacant Properties conference, now ongoing in Philadelphia. The below is a Property contribution to that […]

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This Week: Secret Cinema at Freeman’s | South Philly Garden Tour | OCF Block Party

There are three events this week that dovetail nicely with Property interests, and we want you to have plenty of time to make plans. Secret […]

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Mural Arts: “Fear Not, It’s a Face Lift”

The Mural Arts Program (MAP) knows how much people love the 1987 Keith Haring mural We the Youth at 22nd & Ellsworth. That’s why the […]

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Good News Alert: Philadelphia Rate of Property Tax Delinquency Is Down

True, the numbers are still execrable: As of April 2013, the city is owed $522 million in delinquent property taxes–which far exceeds the $50 million price […]

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Police Report From the Main Line, Obviously: “Armani watch, $1300 in cash stolen”

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Least Surprising Data Dump of the Day: Student Loan Debt Driving First-Time Homebuyers Away

First-time home buying is down by about 12 percent these days, and new research shows the reason could be that the typical first-timers are too […]

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Observed: What Once Was Borders…