Appeal for waterfront AAA in Pennsport denied, what now?

Apparently, the Zoning Board of Adjustment doesn’t like the idea of a waterfront AAA auto service/retail center at 1601 S. Columbus Blvd., either. PlanPhilly reports that AAA’s appeal to have their permits reinstated, after L+I revoked them back in March,

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Unsurprisingly, South Philly shines on the foobooz’s ’50 Best Bars’ list

We know it’s crazy to think, but the end of 2014 is right around the corner. As you know, the end of the year brings a bevvy of “Best of” lists. While it’s not always certain who will take the

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Fourth and Cross unveils new logo and announces construction site party

Andrew Michaels is busy getting his new farm-to-table restaurant Fourth and Cross up and running. Although opening isn’t slated until spring 2015, that isn’t stopping Michaels from having some fun. He’s recently unveiled a new logo, passed through zoning and

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Changes could be coming to St. Casimir’s Lithuanian Church buildings

A zoning notice recently hung on the former convent of St. Casimir’s Lithuanian Church in Pennsport states that four large apartments are being proposed at 338 Wharton St. But that’s not all, the former school located behind the 100-year old  church

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Crafts & Drafts Festival is coming to Moonshine Philly this Saturday

It’s official, Boulevard Brewing Company is invading Philly. The craft beer specialist from Kansas City, Missouri will host a neighborhood block party called the Crafts & Drafts Festival at Moonshine on October 11 from 1 p.m. to 5 p.m. on

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Spot the Philly Bike Share stickers and speak up about potential locations

Philly Bike Share recently released a map of 100 proposed locations for the initial wave of kiosk installation in the spring of next year. With your help, the list will ultimately be trimmed to 60 permanent spots. To get an

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