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Main Line Monday: Mouthwatering Haverford Home Asks For $2.99 Million

Barring the fact that it’s in a heavily car-dependent neighborhood, this week’s Main Line Monday residence is truly a prize to behold. To begin, the […]

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Eagles Fan Drops Funny Pope Parody Video

Early this morning, Delaware County’s Alex Dilks Pandola dropped a funny parody video on his YouTube channel turns Lady Gaga’s “Dope” into a song about the pope. […]


Main Line Monday: Historic $1.6 Million Residence by William Lightfoot Price

First, there was the beautiful Schoenhaus Estate, a property originally owned by William Penn before passing down to an Arts and Crafts Movement community headed by architect William Lightfoot […]


Main Line Monday: $4.7 Million Newtown Square Estate with Historic Roots

It’s a property with just a touch of the historic, but you wouldn’t notice what with all the work its had.  The main house, for example, is […]


Farmhouse Friday: Old Delco Ruin Gets Restoration of a Lifetime

With the way things stood, this Delaware County home, built circa 1717, seemed destined to never see 2015. Who would have thought, then, that it […]


2SP Brewing Is Open and Operational

We’ve been following the creation of 2SP Brewing since its announcement in January. Former Iron Hill Media brewer Bob Barrar is the man in charge of brewing […]


Delaware Losing Favor as Corporate Haven, Report

  Delaware, long known as a corporation-friendly state, could be falling out of favor with companies who believe it makes them vulnerable to shareholder lawsuits. […]

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Delco Comes to Comedy Central

Delco Proper premieres online Monday as a web series with potential to be picked up by Comedy Central on television, and its Philly-based creators say it’s […]

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Hate Crime Charges Possible in Delaware Confederate Flag Theft?

Last week, a University of Massachusetts professor advocated in Salon for making it a hate crime to fly the Confederate Flag. This week, New Castle […]

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What If You Could Get from Philly to D.C. on Public Transit?

There are a few ways to get from Philadelphia to Washington, D.C.: You can shell out the dough for Amtrak (expensive!), sit in traffic on […]


NJ’s Economic Growth Near Worst; PA Just Average

New data from the U.S. Bureau of Economic Analysis finds that New Jersey had poor economic growth in 2014. Compared to other states, New Jersey […]

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Beau Biden: What They’re Saying

Beau Biden, the former Delaware attorney general and son of Vice President Joe Biden, passed over the weekend after a battle with brain cancer. Flags […]


Massive Office Property Adjacent to PHL to Be Part of Expansion?

There’s no official mention of this being part of the big expansion project slated for the Philadelphia International Airport (Automated. People. Mover. Enough said!), but […]


Navy Yard-Like Makeover Envisioned for Former Steel Mill Site in Claymont

Once a noisy, 425-acre industrial site in Claymont, Delaware (it’s less than an hour from Philly), the former Evraz Steel Mill property said goodbye to […]


Farmhouse Friday: Watch Your Step, There’s a Dug Well In the Family Room!

Sugartree Farm is the name and offering 10-plus acres, three outbuildings, and a slew of cozy home charms is its game. The property also has a […]