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Pennsport: “This is Your Body, Man. It’s a Temple. You Only Get One Shot With It”

Pennsport: “This is Your Body, Man. It’s a Temple. You Only Get One Shot With It”

Daniel Shernoff arrived in Philadelphia to attend art school. He found his way into a tattoo studio and apprenticed for two years, learning the craft. He now creates body art at… Read More

Port Richmond: Senior Citizens Showcase Their Inner Artists And More

Port Richmond: Senior Citizens Showcase Their Inner Artists And More

Friday afternoons at St. Anne’s Senior Community Center are never a bore. The weekly Clay Creations class, taught by Anne Koszalka, highlights many seniors’ weeks and gives them something to… Read More

Northern Liberties: Getting the Community’s Hands Dirty

Northern Liberties: Getting the Community’s Hands Dirty

Terrariums hang from the ceiling and green plants are everywhere inside City Planter. The former warehouse on 4th Street neat Brown is now a gardener’s sanctuary, with shelves of green plants and colorful flowers spilling… Read More

Northern Liberties: How a Business Owner Ditched the Usual

Northern Liberties: How a Business Owner Ditched the Usual

From small, intimate restaurants with tables under twinkling lights to hardcore boxing and martial arts gyms, Northern Liberties is a place to discover hidden gems. Ritual Ritual is no exception.… Read More

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Strawberry Mansion: Shoe Drive Campaign Makes Environmental and Economic Impact

Strawberry Mansion: Shoe Drive Campaign Makes Environmental and Economic Impact

Irvin B. Shannon, executive director of the Harmonious Volunteer Center (HVC), walked into Wash-n-Dry Laundromat at 26th Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue on Wednesday,… Read More

Education: Schools Teeter on the Brink of Financial Crisis

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Kensington: Five Places Helping to Create an Art Community

Kensington: Five Places Helping to Create an Art Community

Slowly but surely, the art community in Old Kensington is pushing forward. It’s hidden among the abandoned factories and vacant lots of the area, but… Read More

Arts & Entertainment: “This Is The Week That Is” Aims To Deliver Classic Political Satire to Philadelphia This Holiday Season

Arts & Entertainment: “This Is The Week That Is” Aims To Deliver Classic Political Satire to Philadelphia This Holiday Season

There are very few political discussions that imagine Star Wars characters as Syrian refugees or compare Donald Trump to Jabba The Hutt. However, at 1812… Read More

Manayunk: W.P. Palmer Distillery Offers Free Tastes of Liberty Gin

Manayunk: W.P. Palmer Distillery Offers Free Tastes of Liberty Gin

Walter Palmer III of Palmer Distilling gets the word out about his Liberty gin best… Read More

Rittenhouse: Curtis Institute of Music Thrives in Tradition

Rittenhouse: Curtis Institute of Music Thrives in Tradition

With a music teacher mother, an older sister who played the violin and an aunt… Read More

South Philly East: The 1980s Comes To East Passyunk Avenue

South Philly East: The 1980s Comes To East Passyunk Avenue

A new 1980s-themed Room Escape has opened at 1804 East Passyunk Ave., adding a new… Read More

Manayunk: Johnny Destructo’s Hero Complex Comic Store Opens for Business

Manayunk: Johnny Destructo’s Hero Complex Comic Store Opens for Business

JD Korejko, better known as Johnny Destructo, recently opened up his Hero Complex shop in Manayunk to… Read More

Whitman: Fright Factory Gains Attention with New Talent

Whitman: Fright Factory Gains Attention with New Talent

Tucked away in an aging building at Front and Jackson streets in the Whitman section… Read More

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