Coming in at $225,000, this Lower Moyamensing home has 3 bedrooms, 2 bathrooms, a finished basement and an awesome roof deck–what more can you ask for?
The holiday season is a special time to decorate the house, be thankful for and spend time with your loved ones and take the time to help someone in need.
While our schedules may be jam-packed with plans, work and other life happenings, something as simple as donating a single can of food can make a huge difference. We all know the South Philadelphia community loves to help out, so we’ve compiled a list of food drives and donation opportunities for you to provide for someone in need.
It’s the holiday season. The time for family get-togethers, over-eating and, sadly, stolen packages.
A reader sent us this video that depicts a woman walking up to a house on the 500 block of Reed St. and nicking a package that USPS left wedged in the screen door. Here’s the video.
Developer Lindsey Scannapieco of Scout LTD. was on hand to create an open dialogue with the community at a “very early stage” in the “multi-phase” redevelopment process. Early phases would look to “activate” various spaces in and around the property for a variety of uses including making, recreation, community and possibly even grocery (more on that a little later).
Yes, we’re serious and here’s proof!
Eater Philly found out that Pastificio, a favorite deli/sandwich shop located next to Chickie’s and Pete’s at 1528 Packer Ave., is selling the glorious gobs of turkey-shaped mozzarella cheese this Thanksgiving season. Now, for the important question: How much does one cost?
With staples and standouts up and down E. Passyunk Ave., it’s no secret that South Philadelphia is rapidly becoming the place to dine in the city.
Zagat just released their list of the Top 50 Restaurants in Philadelphia and South Philly takes up 30%, 15 out of 50 spots, on it. Let’s see the results.
The new tattoo shop is run by Scott Bakoss and Mike Hooligan. Both artists worked together at Kadillac Tattoo Deuce in Northeast Philly. Hooligan still works at Kadillac after more than 10 years as an artist there, but Bakoss now tattoos full time at their new spot on E. Passyunk Ave.
Nearby neighbors and concerned residents packed a room last night at the Hawthorne Cultural Center to hear the development plans for the long-vacant corner of Broad and Washington Ave. straight from the man himself, Bart Blatstein.
Early reports had this development as a “vertical Piazza” type project packed with one million square feet of space. What we learned last night is that the plans have changed just a little bit.
Pope Francis’ first visit to the United States will make a stop in Philadelphia.
The Vatican announced today that Pope Francis will attend the World Meeting of Families, which will take place right here in Philadelphia Sept. 22-27, 2015.
The good news just keeps on a-rollin’ in for Gennaro’s Tomato Pie at 1429 Jackson St.
While you already know they’re moving into a bigger, more prominent space at the former Da Vinci spot at 1533 S. 11th St. sometime within 2015, Thillist recently named Gennaro’s the Best Pizza in the entire state of Pennsylvania. Considering they’ve only been open for about two years, that’s some lofty recognition.