Ambra aiming for a late-August opening on Fabric Row

Chris D’Ambro and Marina De Oliveira made the decision to take over Southwark, reopening the restaurant in 2016. They revamped the space, while still maintaining the charm and attraction that the original owners had created with the restaurant. Now that Southwark is up-and-running, even receiving a two-bell review from Laban,

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Southwark Elementary and South Philly High School among city’s new ‘community schools’

Southwark Elementary and South Philadelphia High School are among the nine schools that will be the first to transform into “community schools” through the city. On Monday, Mayor Kenney announced the schools that will participate in this program that is meant to change these facilities from strictly educational to multi-purpose

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Southwark restaurant receives two bell review for blending old and new

Across from Bainbridge Green in Queen Village sits Southwark restaurant. After a switch of ownership and some renovations in 2015, the restaurant is now thriving. A photo posted by Southwark (@southwark_phl) on May 22, 2016 at 2:50pm PDT Craig Laban paid this revamped spot a visit, giving Southwark two bells

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School Talk: Southwark Elementary wins prestigious multi-year music education grant

Editor’s Note: School Talk is an occasional feature that will look at education and parenting issues in South Philly. If you have concerns, ideas, suggested topics or other thoughts about the state of schools and ways to keep improving them, email us at punk@passyunkpost.com. Weighing in is Mollie Michel, a South Philly resident, Philadelphia

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School Talk: Learn about Southwark teachers while helping out with supplies

Editor’s Note: School Talk is an occasional feature that will look at education and parenting issues in South Philly. If you have concerns, ideas, suggested topics or other thoughts about the state of schools and ways to keep improving them, email us at punk@passyunkpost.com. Weighing in this time are Rachel Moyer and Mary

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