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Better Runways, Automated People Mover Officially Coming to PHL Airport

It's official! The agreement has been signed between the @PhiladelphiaGov & @DelcoCouncil officials #signingceremony — PHLAirport (@PHLAirport) April 22, 2015 Alright, just hold your […]


Main Line Monday: Custom-Crafted Radnor Manse with Tiered Movie Room

Set on a single acre property near Radnor Township, this Semerjian Builders-crafted home is marked with several notable features, the first of which we must mention […]


Jaw Dropper of the Week: Mid-Century Vision By Irwin Stein For $599,000

“There are only two other homes with this distinctive roof line. Stein also favored built-in cove lighting, low-rise open staircases and built-in sofas,” writes Bobbie […]


Hot Diggity Popping Up at Swarthmore Hot Dog Jamboree

Hot Diggity is popping up at Hobbs Coffee (1 Park Avenue, Swarthmore, PA) this Friday, April 3rd at 6:30 p.m. for the shop’s annual Hot Dog […]

City Life

Man’s Body Found Along Delaware River

On Sunday afternoon, someone out for a leisurely stroll along the Delaware River discovered something decided un-leisurely: A dead body.


Wilmington Blue Rocks Announce Krispy Kreme Donut Dog

We partnered with @krispykreme and we present to you: The Krispy Kreme Donut Dog — Wilmington BlueRocks (@WilmBlueRocks) March 11, 2015 The Wilmington Blue […]


How Is F. Scott Fitzgerald Tied to This $2.22 Million Delaware House?

It is possible that in its younger and more vulnerable years this Delaware home nestled in Greenville’s Wooddale neighborhood was part of the Underground Railroad. That […]

City Life

University of Delaware President to Head Philly Fed

Patrick D. Harker, president of the University of Delaware, is stepping down to become president of the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia. He leaves his […]


Little Flower Manor Property Close to Becoming “Terminus” for Walking Trail

Situated close to the 1200 block of Springfield Road in Delaware County, the parcel known as the Little Flower Manor property–so named for the nearby Little […]


3 Reasons to Shop Peter Kate’s Mega Sale Right Now

Peter Kate, a coolly sophisticated boutique nestled in Greenville, DE, is having a massive sale now through this Friday. Any full-priced item from their store — […]


Infinity Pool Alert in Wayne!

Yes, it has a stunning 2007 Arnold Infinity lap pool on a parcel landscaped by Gale Nurseries, but now that we’ve got your attention, let us […]


Might a Mixed-Use Site Be Afoot for the Former Don Guanella Village?

Will a mixed-use development rumored to be in the works for the former Don Guanella Village, a 200-acre property Goodman Properties acquired via a $47 million […]

Things to Do

8 Artists Worth Going to Firefly to See

The Firefly Music Festival has been rising in popularity the last few years. In 2012, the first year, the Delaware festival drew 30,000. In 2014, […]

City Life

U.S. Army Will Detonate the Delaware River This Year

Mark it down: 2015 is the year that the crack of explosions will be heard and the ground will tremble on the banks of the […]


For Sale: Fully Revamped 18th Century Home with New Addition

Standing across from Wayne Elementary School is this historical property, which in addition to being on the market for the very first time, has been fully […]