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Much to do at FDR Park this fall

Summer is almost over, but the fun at FDR Park will continue throughout the fall. The spacious 348-acre park on the west side of Broad and Pattison has plenty to offer as the leaves begin...

Johnson hosting ‘Save Our Homes’ workshops in September

Philadelphia City Councilmember Kenyatta Johnson will conduct property tax relief workshops  throughout his Second District to help residents navigate Philadelphia's 2022 property tax assessments and find ways to save money on property taxes.  Upcoming workshops are...

Shapiro joins Fiedler, Saval for launch of South Philly Voter Project

State Rep. Elizabeth Fiedler and state Sen. Nikil Saval welcomed Democratic nominee for governor Attorney General Josh Shapiro to South Philly to help launch their South Philly Voter Project on Sept. 10. The event...

Palumbo dominates FLC, 9-1

Reis Hoxha scored three goals and six other Griffins added a goal as the Academy at Palumbo boys soccer team defeated Franklin Learning Center, 9-1, on Wednesday in Philadelphia Public League action. Lincoln McWhorter, Alex...

Food showcase for a good cause

When a young Mexican butcher died because he didn’t have the means to proper healthcare, community leaders stepped up to make a difference for the future. The Garces Foundation will hold the 10th Food Fest...

Briefs: September 13, 2022

Yo’ South Philly Phestival on Sunday The Yo’ South Philly Phestival Live!, a partnership of Live! Casino Hotel and Philadelphia and local neighborhood associations, will take place on Sept. 18 from 11 a.m. to 8...

Community Calendar: September 13, 2022

September 14 Happy Hour at Magic Gardens - From 5-8 p.m. at Magic Gardens, 1020 South St., the last crafting happy hour of the year. Treats from Ramona Susan’s Bake Shop to go along with...

Burger Brawl returns

Who has the best burger in Philadelphia?  That title is once again up for grabs as Philly Burger Brawl makes its tasty return to Xfinity LIVE! on Oct. 23. After a two-year hiatus due to...

South Street festival on Oct. 1

There’s a new name and a new date, but the same party atmosphere can be expected along South Street for a new fall festival. South Street Fest will take place on Oct. 1 from 11...

Presbyterian Historical Society hosting reception for new exhibit

The Presbyterian Historical Society, 425 Lombard St., recently announced that it will be hosting an opening reception for its Building Knowledge and Breaking Barriers exhibit on Thursday, Oct. 6, at 5:30 p.m. Originally postponed due...
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