Vegan Dining in South Philly: East Passyunk Avenue edition

By Heather Conaway Maintaining a vegan diet is always challenging. Eating out can be extremely difficult because there are very few options for plant-based eaters. For those who aren’t familiar with the term, plant-based eaters refrain from eating animals or any products that come from animals, which includes meat, fish,

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Guarding Their Legacy

The South Philadelphia Business Association’s membership meeting will commend a local World War II hero and other veterans. Having logged more than 120 years as a community presence, the South Philadelphia Business Association (SPBA) appreciates longevity and commitment. This Tuesday, January 14 at 6:30 p.m., the organization will acknowledge local

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An Evergreen Idea

A Whitman resident drew inspiration from discarded Christmas tree stumps to make ornaments. Dominique Colanero has prided herself on being sporty for virtually her entire life. That affinity has helped the 24-year-old to pursue a burgeoning career at Philadelphia Parks & Recreation. As December dawned, though, she discovered an enthusiasm

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Seven South Philly Holiday Happenings

From Burke Playground to burlesque brunch, here are seven upcoming celebrations that promise to spread a little holiday cheer. Lucia Fest and Christmas Market Saturday, December 7, 11 a.m.-4 p.m. American Swedish Historical Museum, 1900 Pattison Ave. Free-$12 Celebrate Christmas the Scandinavian way in FDR Park. Lucia Fest aspect will

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