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Police Made 68 Drug Arrests in One Neighborhood in Two Days

Most drug users in Philadelphia and the surrounding suburbs know that one of the best places to score dope in the Philadelphia area is in […]

Property

Property’s Photo of the Week: Sidecar Fun in East Kensington

We don’t know about you, but it’s been a long week for some of us and we could certainly do with some feel good vibes. […]

Foobooz

Tomorrow: Saint Benjamin Brewing Company Begins Tours

Saint Benjamin Brewing Company, the Kensington-based brewery is hosting its first round of tours this Saturday. The brewery opens up at 12 pm until 4 pm, with […]

Foobooz

Memphis Taproom Beer Garden Opening Saturday, April 18

It’s that time of year again when the weather decides to get drunk and say it’s cool to have 40 degree mornings, 68 degree afternoons and violent thunderstorms. […]

Property

Spotted in South Kensington: Warehouse to Be Converted Into Seven Loft-Style Apartments

Its days as a cabinet factory have long disappeared from the rear view mirror, so it was only a matter of time before the as of […]

Property

Spotted in Kensington: Two Historic Bank Buildings to Be Redeveloped

Jewelers’ Row may be one of the last surviving niche districts in Philadelphia, but that doesn’t mean all remnants of previous ones have been erased. Case in point, […]

Foobooz

First Look: Helm

Helm, the Old Kensington BYOB from chef-duo Kevin D’Egidio (recently at Stateside), and Michael Griffiths (former sous chef at Fork), is set to officially open […]

Things to Do

Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby Sets Date for 10th Anniversary Run

New Kensington Community Development Corporation and the East Kensington Neighbors Association have released date details about their 2015 Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby & Arts Festival, which turns […]

Property

Morning Headlines: What Caused Roof Collapse in Kensington?

The roof of a 5-story building came crashing down onto the street below in Kensington  on Thursday just after 2 p.m., according to 6abc. One person […]

Foobooz

Helm To Open Mid-March

There comes a time in every baby bird’s life when he must leave the safety of his mother’s nest and strike out on his own. For […]

City Life

Water Main Break Floods Part of Kensington

Looks like another water main break, and another mess. CBS Philly is reporting that a nearby day care center has been evacuated.

Property

Morning Headlines: Kensington Blight To Be Rehabbed Into Mixed-Use Civic House

Less than a block from the El’s Somerset Station in Kensington is a former textile building that’s been falling apart for ages. It’s not the […]

Things to Do

Lynch-Themed Exhibit Opens at Kensington’s Pterodactyl

Is there really any time as fitting as Halloween weekend to open a show in praise and commemoration of David Lynch? (Okay besides Father’s Day. […]

City

Rich Tech Bro Speaks at Kensington HS, Struggles To Give Advice

On Wednesday this week, entrepreneur Alex Klein spoke at Kensington Creative and Performing Arts High School. He went to Yale and Cambridge and is creating […]

City Life

Another Warehouse Fire, Another Tax Delinquent

The listed owner of the vacant warehouse at 2412 N. American Street where a four-alarm fire injured three people overnight owes $11,023.55 in back taxes on […]