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What's Happening in:  Bella Vista :  East Passyunk Crossing :  Queen Village 

8 South Philly retail spots rank on “Best Shops” list

We’re constantly raving about our high-ranking restaurant scene in South Philly, but how about the retail?

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Moon + Arrow on Fabric Row.

The “50 Best Restaurants” list from Philadelphia Magazine included 15 spots in our neighborhoods, along with 14 on the “Best Bars” list. Now the “50 Best Shops” is highlighting 8 of our retail destinations, showing that maybe the retail in our part of the city is catching up to the restaurant scene.

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What's Happening in:  Bella Vista :  Queen Village 

Park(ing) Day pop-ups in South Philly

If you were out-and-about around the city on Friday, September 18, you might have spotted a few pop-ups in metered parking spaces as part of Park(ing) Day. In case you’re unaware, Park(ing) Day is a day to transform parking spaces into temporary public parks.

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This is Philly’s eighth year participating, and this year, there were two pop-ups in South Philly.

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What's Happening in:  Queen Village 

Still dealing with Fabric Row fire, Moon & Arrow pops up across the street

Moon & Arrow has been closed since the devastating fire that rocked Fabric Row in April and killed firefighter Capt. Michael Goodwin.

Luckily, with the support and good will of the community (and a nearby vacant storefront) owner Chelsea Peace, is back in business. While waiting for her landlord to deal with the smoke, water and structural damage at the old location, Pearce was recently able to open a pop-up store directly across the street at 749 S. 4th St.

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What's Happening in:  Queen Village 

Queen Village, Pennsport rally around Fabric Row fire victims

The Queen Village Neighbors Association has launched a fundraising campaign to bring some money to the businesses affected by the tragic fire this weekend that killed 53-year-old Capt. Michael Goodwin.

Several businesses were damaged or destroyed, including the longtime anchor of the corner Jack B. Fabrics.

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