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Everyone Is Amped for the New iPad

Everyone Is Amped for the New iPad. Apple is supposedly set to announce details concerning the newest version of the iPad. Tech nerds everywhere are […]

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Ask a SEPTA Train for Schedule and Delay Updates

One small step for technologically savvy Philadelphians, one GIANT step for SEPTA. The Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation authority is notorious for being behind the times. While […]

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New Group POWER Wants 10,000 Jobs for Philly by 2015

Philadelphians Organized to Witness Empower and Rebuild is a new advocacy group focused on finding employment for 10,000 of the city’s unemployed by 2015. The […]

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Citizens Bank Pledges to Help the Wistar Institute Expand

The Wistar Institute in University City—a major biomedical research facility—is looking to expand. Citizens Bank has pledged to help them to the tune of $70 […]

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Michael Vick’s New Helmet Can Stop a Bullet

As Michael Vick looks to rebound from a concussion he suffered in last Sunday’s loss to the Falcons, he’s planning on bolstering his protection—and that […]

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Environmental Report Says Philly’s Air is Dirtier Than We Thought

A report had shown that the greater Philly area had the fifth worst air in the nation with 29 smog days and three red-alert days. […]

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PATCO Unveils New Transit/Retail Card

Break out those hovercrafts and pop a meal pill because we’ve reached the future, people. On September 26th PATCO and CUBIC will introduce PATCO Pilot […]

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Bluecadet, Philadelphia Mural Arts Program and ?uestlove Team Up for New App

Philly’s Mural Arts Program hops into the 21st century with an iPhone app designed by Bluecadet with everything you need to know about the city’s […]

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Mayor Nutter On Board With Obama Jobs Pitch, Senator Toomey Not So Much

Last night, President Obama addressed America on the state of the job market and what needs to be done to correct it (re: asking Congress […]

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Traffic on the Turnpike? There’s an App for That

The Pennsylvania Turnpike has released a free smartphone app called TRIP Talk that provides traffic updates on the Turnpike in real time. The Scoop is […]

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Center City District Unveils Report Monday

On Monday, the Center City District will present “Leading the Way: Population Growth Downtown”—a report detailing the recent demographic changes in Center City and measures […]

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Contest to Replace Living Flame Memorial

The “Living Flame Memorial” honoring fallen firefighters and police officers of Philadelphia currently sits in Franklin Square—as it has since Rocky was in theaters. Now, […]

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DrinkPhilly.com to Go National

In 2009 Adam Schmidt turned a spreadsheet of happy hours in Philadelphia into DrinkPhilly.com—the online hub for all bar and nightlife information in Philly. Now, […]

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Marcellus Shale Convention Comes to Center City Tomorrow

Politicians, lobbyists, environmentalists, and anyone else with a horse in the Marcellus Shale race will descend upon the Philadelphia Convention Center tomorrow and Thursday for […]

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American Philosophical Society Builds a Greenhouse

A grant from the Heritage Philadelphia Program has allowed the American Philosophical Society to fund a series of greenhouse projects. The greenhouse uses new technologies […]