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Philadelphia school board to consider three new charters

The charter applications will be the first considered by the new school board, after the city took back control of its schools from the state this summer.

Philadelphia school board to consider three new charters

The charter applications will be the first considered by the new school board, after the city took back control of its schools from the state this summer.

Noted beer expert joins local brew stars for panel and book event

John Holl will be joined by an all-star cast of local beer luminaries.

Noted beer expert joins local brew stars for panel and book event

John Holl will be joined by an all-star cast of local beer luminaries.

Seaport Museum ties its fortunes to the river outside in $5 million makeover opening Black Friday

The permanent exhibit "River Alive!" ties the museum's fortunes to the river outside in a $5 million makeover.

Seaport Museum ties its fortunes to the river outside in $5 million makeover opening Black Friday

The permanent exhibit "River Alive!" ties the museum's fortunes to the river outside in a $5 million makeover.
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Pa. 2018 election: Find your congressional map district and see who’s running

Which congressional district am I in? Who's running for Congress in 2018? Search the Pa. congressional map here and see the list of candidates.

Zahav duo to open restaurant at new Harper, the former Boyd in Rittenhouse

An all-day restaurant is coming to the 19th Street side of the former Boyd Theater.

In death, may the Rosenthal brothers become bigger than the lives they led | Ronnie Polaneczky

In a world that too often sees a person's disability before it sees the person, the Rosenthals were seen for all of who they were. Through the words of those who loved the brothers, the world has gotten to see that, too.

Saying goodbye to Reading Terminal royalty | Mike Newall

Dom Spataro was Reading Terminal royalty — part historian, labor leader, mentor, father figure and raconteur.

Bucks County firehouse enjoying fruits of jam company’s labor

For seven years, the Eat This Yum jam company has operated out of the kitchen of a volunteer Bucks County firehouse, and given back 5 percent of its sales.

Owners call Montco apartments a success. But for some, safety questions linger.

Lawsuits, code violations, tenant complaints: Clashes between developers and municipalities aren't uncommon, but the years-long dispute between Abington and the former Colonade apartments has been an especially acrimonious saga.

Budget omakase has rolled in at Sakana in Queen Village

Sakana Omakase Sushi, with a light and airy atmosphere and a rock/hip-hop soundtrack, is focused on a 12-seat sushi bar.

Starr Catering changes name to Constellation Culinary Group

The move was dictated as part of the terms of the 2015 sale from Starr Restaurant Organization to the catering behemoth Elior North America,

Green Soul: Healthy options and a bar in Spring Garden

The Bynum brothers have transformed the former Alla Spina into a more advanced version of their Northwest Philly cafes.

12 things we’re buying at the new Sprouts Farmers Market

Last week, Pennsylvania's first Sprouts Farmers Market opened up, bringing a 32,000 square foot, health-focused grocery store to South Philadelphia's Lincoln Square. Here's what to look out for when you go.

Pawpaws: Where to find and how to eat fall’s best secret treat

September ushers in the season for pawpaws, North America's largest edible native fruit and a delicious treat that's unfamiliar to most. Learn what it is and where to find it across Philadelphia.

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