Should the Snyder Avenue home of a former mob boss become a historical landmark?

In 1980, mob boss Angelo Bruno was murdered outside his Snyder Avenue home at the age of 69. Now 36 years later, his home could become a historical landmark for Philadelphia. Located at 934 Snyder Ave., this former mobster’s home was nominated for historical designation by historian Celeste Morello. Normally mob-related

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Fox29 calls old pizza place at 11th and Jackson a ‘mob social club’

11th and Jackson has been the home of various pizza spots, but most recently, the corner property is being occupied by something a little different. According to Fox29, this location is now a “mob social club,” stating in a report that the “Philadelphia mob has grown to numbers the city

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Quick Hits: Mob history for sale; Garage food cart working hard; 5-home development for Reed St.

This house at 926 Synder Ave., which is on the market for $215,000, was once the home of former Philly mob boss Antonio Dominic Pollina, aka Mr. Migs, who took over the local La Cosa Nostra in 1959, says Property Philly. Garage’s food cart is chugging right along, bringing an eclectic

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Passyunk boutique owner – being sentenced Thursday for helping mob hubby steal – is filming for ‘Mob Wives’

Alicia DiMichele, the owner of the new Addiction Boutique at 1713 S. 12th St., was spotted in Las Vegas filming for the VH1 show “Mob Wives,” and the New York Post says that has irked some Brooklyn prosecutors. DiMichele pleaded guilty to embezzlement conspiracy for  helping her husband steal tens of thousands

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Owner of upcoming Addiction Boutique could have been a “Mob Wives” star

While researching a bit about Addiction Boutique, the women’s clothing store that’s coming into the former Bronze Bar at 1713 S. 12 St., we stumbled across this Daily News story about owner Alicia DiMichele-Garofalo. Apparently, after DiMichele admitted to embezzling union money from a trucking business she ran with her husband, Edward

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