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Looking to host a block party? Now you can apply online!

Your block has probably talked about having a party at some point, but nobody wanted to ‘deal with the city’. I get it, I’ve done it. You need to fill out paperwork, go to Center City, etc.

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Now, through the graces of the god of your choice, the Philadelphia Streets Department has made the who ordeal an online experience. Here’s how.

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South Philly News Roundup

Progress in the 13/15 Neighborhood Bikeway Project has – surprise! – sparked outrage. As part of phase one, signage started going up.

“You’re changing residential streets to be bike lanes,” said Girard Estate resident Jody Della Barba, “without telling the neighbors.

“I feel like once I cross Washington Avenue,” said cyclist Kate Mundie, who lives in South Philly east of Broad, “there’s this level of anger that just comes out.”

Mark Dent has more on this story here.

Back to Jody Della Barba. She also been a part of that whole “Parking Down the Middle of Broad Street: Yay-or-Nay Fest 2017″. The former secretary of Frank Rizzo wants it to stay a parking lot. even though she lives at least six blocks away from the action.

Craig LaBan posted a great review of Brewery ARS. If you haven’t been there yet – make time this weekend. They make some great brews.

There was a changing of the guards at Brigantessa and Le Virtu. Chef Joe Cicala is out.

An Indonesian BYOB just opened up. It’s located where Sky Cafe used to be (I loved that place).

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Parking on Broad Street and the Lawsuit to End It

Should cars be allowed to park down the middle of Broad Street?

Parking on Broad Street and the Lawsuit to End It
The long-debated question rarely moved beyond a heated Facebook debate, but now there’s a lawsuit against the Philadelphia Police Department and the Philadelphia Parking Authority to end the practice once and for all.
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13/15 Neighborhood Bikeway Project to Begin Phase One

What better time to kick off the 13/15 Neighborhood Bikeway Project than during Bike Month.

13-15 Neighborhood Bikeway Project to Begin Phase One
The 13/15 Neighborhood Bikeway Project is a north/south pair of priority bicycle streets between Center City and South Philadelphia, from Oregon Avenue to Market Street. The new bikeway treatment includes signage and pavement markings to indicate priority for bicyclists over vehicles. This project will not result in a loss of parking or vehicle lanes, but will send a clear reminder to drivers that bicycles may use the full travel lane.
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