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South Philly: Five Places to Satisfy Any Meal of the Day

South Philly: Five Places to Satisfy Any Meal of the Day

South Philly hosts a number of good eateries that are worth trying out, and the further south you, go the more food gems you’ll find. Whether you’re trying to get some breakfast, lunch, dinner, or even just a snack, there are more than a handful of good choices to sate your appetite no matter what time […]

 

South Philadelphia: The Guy Behind Your Sexiest Nights Out

South Philadelphia: The Guy Behind Your Sexiest Nights Out

Last call in Philly doesn’t mean the party has to stop. The Republican, a dive bar in South Philly, doesn’t have a sign and doesn’t post their hours outside. They are open from Wednesday through Sunday from 11 p.m. to 3 a.m., past regular drinking hours. Rich D’Auria has been curating nights at The Republican Bar since […]

 

University City: New Irish-American Pub Finds Home On Walnut Street

University City: New Irish-American Pub Finds Home On Walnut Street

While most Irish pubs throughout the country take pride in their vast beer selection, loud disposition and flamboyant pageantry, St. Declan’s Well, on the 3100 block of Walnut Street, focuses their charm in their modesty and authenticity. Almost everything in the bar from the furniture to their wide range of dishes prepared by a first […]

 

Waterfront: Morgan’s Pier Reboots For The Summer

Waterfront: Morgan’s Pier Reboots For The Summer

Morgan’s Pier is entering its third summertime season since its grand opening in April 2012. The popular waterfront bar, restaurant and music venue has experienced significant success in its first two summers and has even higher hopes for this season. While some attractions remain the same, others have transformed. This summer these changes include a […]

 By Kaitlyn Rocks

Whitman: Neighbors Have Mixed Feelings On New Bowling Alley

Whitman: Neighbors Have Mixed Feelings On New Bowling Alley

It’s not unusual to walk through Whitman and encounter some type of structure that is either a vacant lot, abandoned property or building under construction. On the corner of Oregon  Avenue and Swanson Street  lies a large factor building that was formerly a fruit and produce distributor called Thomas Colace and Company, which moved their […]

 By Becky Kerner and Kris Kitts

Mount Airy: Local Brewery Devoted to Environment, Community

Mount Airy: Local Brewery Devoted to Environment, Community

Peggy Zwerver and Tom Baker, owners of Mount Airy’s Earth Bread + Brewery restaurant, have been brewing beer for more than 10 years. But not all home brewers are as socially and environmentally conscious as this duo has proven to be. After owning an industrial brewery in New Jersey for seven years, the couple decided […]

 By Megan Paolini and Ian Romano

Morrell Park: Musician Gives the Spotlight Another Round

Morrell Park: Musician Gives the Spotlight Another Round

Angel Casiano loves music. He has rocked his guitar over the span of two decades. But after a five-year hiatus from playing live, the Morrell Park performer and writer is ready to tour the venues again. Casiano said he will try to play at every open stage in the region while writing about the experience […]