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08/05/2010
It's called the Give Back, and for eight years, this community festival has showcased great music and some of the activities and development taking...
07/29/2010
For Joanne Petroski, leading a town watch group in her Fishtown neighborhood has been way to connect with neighbors and make her community safer for...
07/28/2010
Around 1:30 p.m., Dicksy Widing stood on her front steps, with a photo of Sgt. Stephen Liczbinski taped to her front window, as a neighbor in a blue...
07/26/2010
Four days before Ricci Pagliarella opened his hoagie shop in Point Breeze, the second in his family business, the corner property was tied in yellow...
07/22/2010
PhillyCorners: On Tuesday, the non-profit Food Trust will host the grand opening of the Broad and Ritner Farmers Market from 2 p.m. to 7 p.m.
07/21/2010
In a celebration of the work of children in a summer enrichment project, a nonprofit community outreach center in Tioga is hosting a "Block Extravaganza...
07/15/2010
To promote a lively discussion of race relations in Philadelphia and America, a nonprofit group is hosting it's second annual "Beer Summit"...
07/02/2010
New Year's Eve 2010 glasses, red, white, and blue Wawa Welcome America hats, and colonial clothing were all part of the public’s attire at Wawa Welcome America's Dietz & Watson Hot Dog Day at Independence Mall.
08/05/2010
It's called the Give Back, and for eight years, this community festival has showcased great music and some of the activities and development taking...
The Tales From Corners
08/20/2010
When Anthony Harrison, 36, was a skinny teen nicknamed Tone, he shot and killed a young man over a North Philadelphia drug corner. This was his first time sharing his confession with notes of regret instead of pride.
 
Overington Park, which neighbors have turned from a wasteland into an oasis, is under siege.
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