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Sean 9 Lugo’s ‘Immigrant Mentality’ show opens at Paradigm

Paradigm Gallery + Studio at 746 S. 4th Street will open a solo show from artist Sean 9 Lugo called Immigrant Mentality, on July 23, which will run through August 22. The exhibition is designed...

SOSNA, Mural Arts unveil new street mural designs at Grad Hospital elementary schools

Representatives from SOSNA, City Council and local schools gathered in Julian Abele Park Friday afternoon to unveil new street mural designs for the intersections of 17th and Christian and 17th and Montrose, located on...

A South Philly journalist and podcast host walked to Atlantic City over the weekend

On April 24, 2019, at the end of the first season of his podcast, Jason Peters, a Philly journalist and host of the 2100 podcast, made a promise. If his podcast amassed 15,000 downloads,...

Book chronicles what Philly used to be

By Tom Waring South Philly Review Queen Village sisters Natalie and Tricia Pompilio enjoyed their 2017 book collaboration, Walking Philadelphia: 30 Walking Tours Featuring Art, Architecture, History and Little-Known Gems. “It was really, really fun. I love...

Professional Ultimate Disc finds home in South Philly

It’s fast, incredibly athletic and highly entertaining. And it’s now found a home in South Philly. The sport of Ultimate Disc has flung its way to professional status locally as the Philadelphia Phoenix have begun...

Celebrate Joey Giardello on Friday

This year’s Joey Giardello birthday memorial tribute schedule has been released and will be in four parts. At the annual event, people pay homage to the beloved South Philly boxer on his birthday, July...

A family with fashion sense

For 75 years, the Zinni family has simply wanted young women to look and feel their best on the biggest occasions of their lives. It was a lesson first exemplified by Jennie and Louis Zinni...

Demolition moratorium for Black Doctors’ Row

A stretch of Christian Street known as “Black Doctors’ Row” will be preserved, at least temporarily, while officials work on a permanent solution. The stretch of homes along Christian Street between Broad and 20th streets,...

Public pools opening across the city

Residents can soon make a splash as the city will open public pools on a rolling basis beginning on June 30. Philadelphia Parks and Recreation announced that 16 pools citywide will open this weekend, while...

Mama-Tee feeding the needy

It looks like a tiny house near the corner of 17th and Montrose streets. But it houses so much more. The Mama-Tee Pop-Up Grocery is now open for business, which means it is able to...
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