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Sabrina’s Cafe on Christian Street will serve final meal on April 30

Sabrina’s Cafe will not reopen its South Philly location at 910 Christian Street but plans to relocate to another part of town in the near future. After two decades of serving the community as a...

Neighbors, Parks & Rec celebrate renovations to Gold Star Park

Officials from Friends of Gold Star Park and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation gathered at Gold Star Park Tuesday afternoon to celebrate the space’s latest renovations. “This is just one of seven new playgrounds that Philly...

Garden Days coming to East Passyunk

East Passyunk Avenue Business Improvement District will host “Garden Days,” a new verdant three-week themed series of events with a tie-in to the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society’s Bloom Philly! celebration. The event runs from May 8-31...

Documentary creates buzz on safe space at music concerts

They knew where they were going, but didn’t know what they would find, when Brian Walker and Brianna Spause set out on the road for 19 days. Walker and his guitar, Spause and her video...

Seniors power Palumbo to another volleyball crown

Aasiya Craft-Williams wasn’t sure if she’d ever get to finish out her senior year in style. Same goes for Isabella Siligrini, Jael Hillard, Tori Adams and Ellie Benedict. The five girls have been playing volleyball...

A cure for insomnia – cookies

Move over cheesesteaks, cookies are the new late-night snack in South Philly. College kids everywhere have been keen to the late-night magic of cookie creation offered by Insomnia Cookies, which was spawned by University of...

Studio 1935 moves into Bok Building

An award-winning music and recording studio has a new home in South Philadelphia. Studio 1935, which was created by Pete Rydberg more than 20 years ago, has relocated to the Bok Building at 1901 S....

Kirkbride beautifies FDR Park 

FDR Park has a new pollinator garden thanks to a community project by the Eliza B. Kirkbride School. The finishing touches were made to the garden on April 17 near the site of the former...

The show will go on for Philly Theatre Week

After an incredibly tough year for local arts and theater, show organizers are looking forward to a week that puts actors back in the spotlight. Philadelphia Theatre Week returns April 22 through May 2 after...

Early workouts lead to state title, scholarship

The alarm clock goes off pretty early in Amaris Baker’s house, although she really doesn’t need one. The Whitman neighborhood resident considers herself an early riser, and that’s how she gains the edge on her...
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