Kensington

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(UPDATE) Three Injured in Fire at Kensington Warehouse

#BREAKING: Multiple NBC10 Crews on scene of a warehouse fire in W. Kensington. 2400 blk of American St. We're on @ 4a pic.twitter.com/0SYT3dNODF — NBC10 […]

Foobooz

ReAnimator Coffee Opens Big New Spot

While we’ve been all amped up on news from La Colombe, ReAnimator Coffee has quietly expanded with its own bigger and better facility. ReAnimator Coffee is hosting their grand opening at […]

Property

The Lovely Bones: East Kensington Fixer-Upper

If there can be said to be a ground zero for Kensington redevelopment and renaissance, it might be cobblestone Trenton Avenue, which anchors the East Kensington […]

Foobooz

This Labor Day Is the Great Boogie Woogie

Join Kraftwork for a Labor Day party. The Great Boogie Woogie party is happening in a warehouse at 1526 N American Street and there will […]

Foobooz

A “Brew-Collar” Beer for the River Wards

Don Russell has the story behind Philadelphia’s newest brewery, Do Good Brewing. Tom Sheridan is brewing United Ale, a beer aiming to be the local beer at […]

Foobooz

Rowhouse Spirits Is Open for Business

Former Philadelphia Brewing Company employee Dean Browne has started Rowhouse Spirits across the street from his former brewery in Kensington. Today he’ll be open for […]

City Life

Cockfighting Ring Busted in Kensington

Animal control officials seized 18 live roosters from a Kensington house over the weekend, part of what officials say was a cockfighting enterprise: Officers arrived […]

City

Cops: Closed Kensington Street Has Become Drug Market

A water main break last December at G and Allegheny is still causing problems for Kensington residents. NBC 10 interviewed local residents who said repairs […]

Foobooz

Saint Benjamin Brewing Brews First Batch

After years of planning, site searching, recipe developing and dealing with Philadelphia bureaucracy, Tim Patton and Christina Burris have brewed their first beer at Saint […]

Things to Do

WATCH: Videographer Documents This Weekend’s Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby

Philly videographer Nic Justice just wrapped up two short documentaries chronicling this Saturday’s Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby and Trenton Avenue Arts Fest.

Things to Do

Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby Raises Funds with Indiegogo

The Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby (KKSD) is something of a Philly phenomenon. A rare time of year when parade floats meet works of art meet WTF?!. Hand-powered vehicles decked out […]

Property

“Fishtown’s First Float Spa” Is Not in Fishtown at All. Discuss.

The soon-to-open Halcyon Floats has sent out a press release describing itself as a ”two-tank isolation spa in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia.” An attached […]

Property

Morning Headlines: Kenpor L.P. Backs Out of Property Rehabbing Over a Year Later

An agreement to demolish / rehabilitate the former properties of slumlord Robert Coyle has come to naught. The deal, made in September 2012, was between […]

Foobooz

It’s Time for Memphis Taproom’s Sixth Annual Boxing Day Festival

For the last five years, Memphis Taproom has hosted a Boxing Day Beer Festival. And this year will be no different. Starting at 11:30 a.m. today, […]

Property

Morning-of-the-Day-Before-Christmas Headlines: The Waters Rise

The water main break’s gallons are equal to more than 30 Olympic-size swimming pools. Of course the big story of the day for those in […]