Set a Flight Pattern to see “Fly Eagles Fly” at the Fringe Arts Festival

Tribe of Fools soars to higher theatrical heights with an Eagles-themed FringeArts show. By Joseph Myers Until February 4, when the Philadelphia Eagles used their talons and talents to defeat the New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII, holding allegiance to the Birds had mostly meant dealing with disappointment. Now

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Weekend Primer – a bevy of flea markets west of Broad, and a whole lotta other stuff to do.

Each week we strive to provide you with a comprehensive list of weekend activities in South Philly.  Did we miss your event?  Do you have an upcoming event you’d like us to post? Please email us at events@passyunkpost.com and we’ll be happy to add it. Friday, 5/11 Noon.  Italian Movie Matinee.

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2 Newbold businesses raided for illegal gambling, selling booze without a license, cops say

UPDATE: Philly.com has some more info here. Police swarmed the 1400 blocks of West Passyunk and Snyder avenues yesterday afternoon as they raided two businesses for allegedly selling liquor illegally and running underground card games. Cops seized a large quantity of liquor and $16,000 in cash during the raid, a

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Quick Hits: Pricier parking meters?; Later, Pancho’s; W. Passyunk fundraiser

And we’re back. Thank you all for your kinds words and condolences last week. It meant a lot during a trying time. City Council is considering raising parking meter rates on commercial corridors outside Center City from 50 cents an hour to $1 an hour, reports the Daily News. City

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Cousin’s Grubhouse a sign of life in ‘South Philly’s Wild West’

The breakfast/lunch joint Cousin’s Grubhouse, which we told you was revamped in March 2013, got some much-deserved praise in the City Paper last week. Reviewer Adam Erace says the place, at 2340 S. Hemberger St., on West Passyunk near 23rd Street, is making “foodie baby steps for a bacon, egg and cheese crowd.”

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Street cleaning program, another gateway planned for West Passyunk

The Newbold Community Development Corporation is planning to start a street-cleaning program in March on Passyunk and Snyder avenues west of Broad, one of several initiatives planned for 2014 to tame what some people have referred to as the “Wild West of Passyunk Avenue.” Horizon House, a local service provider

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