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Morning Headlines: Renovation Project at 4601 Market Breaks Ground

The Provident Mutual Life Insurance Co. building at 46th and Market has seen a small number of tenants come and go, but for the most part […]


Morning Headlines: Someone Finally Stands Up To Blackwell

Will Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell respond now? Since April, Blackwell has ignored a zoning variance request from developers planning a mixed-use condo complex at 43rd and Baltimore. […]


Development Roundup: Digital Billboards Are Finally Coming to Market Street and Other Projects…

Construction making way for video billboards set to line the roof of the former Lit Bros. building on Market Street has begun. Philly.com’s Maria Panaritis reports $10 million went […]


Penn Expands Boundaries of West Philly Home-Buying Program

A Penn program credited with helping revitalize the residential neighborhoods around the university’s West Philly campus is expanding its boundaries.


Marigold Kitchen Reopens Tonight

Marigold Kitchen reopens tonight. The restaurant had closed after chef-owner Robert Halpern moved to California. Halpern then sold the restaurant to his chefs de cuisine, Tim […]


TONIGHT: Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll

While many will be enjoying Feastival this evening, there’s another food event that won’t completely drain your wallet. The Dollar Stroll on Baltimore Avenue is happening tonight, September 18th from 5:30 […]


Man Robs West Philly Store With Banana

Orange you glad it wasn’t a gun? Police say the Tejada Grocery in East Parkside was robbed by a man who had earlier picked up […]


Morning Headlines: 40th Street Trolley Station Redesign Plan Gets More Funding

According to the Daily Pennsylvanian’s Sophia White, the University City District, which has been fundraising for the 40th Street trolley station redesign project since 2012, […]


Back to School: Gorgeous Penn Alexander-Area Victorian

Pocket doors with leaded glass, decorative fireplaces, hardwood floors with inlay… With three stories and a partially finished attic, this Victorian property has beautiful historic details in […]


Meet New Faces at This Week’s Night Market

Come one, come all, because Night Market is back Thursday, August 14th and you better bring your appetite. The Food Trust will be hosting the […]


Cozy Family Home Hits the West Philly Trifecta

This darling West Philly home already has a lot going for it if you’re in a family way: the lawn is beautiful, the sun room […]


City Tap House Adds Seasonal Pizzas

City Tap House is rolling out a new seasonal pizza menu and they’re making a big deal about it. In fact, they sent over three […]

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Shakespeare In Clark Park’s Henry IV Comes Complete With a 100-Person Battle Scene and Pub Prelude

Shakespeare’s Henry IV is coming to Clark Park! Shakespeare in Clark Park and Team Sunshine Performance Corporation (TSPC) are joining together to present a unique rendition of […]


Pop-Up Restaurant Incubator Coming To West Philly

One of the biggest barriers to entry in the restaurant world has always been knowledge. Well, money, too. And business savvy, management experience, real estate […]


Is Wynnestay The Oldest Philadelphia House On the Market?

We all know Philly is chock-full of historic homes, but which of these golden oldies is the oldest currently on the market? A quick Zillow […]