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One Last Look: http://www.philly.com/philly/b...

One Last Look: http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/the-insider/plcb-wine-spirits-sales-super-bowl-week-20180216.html

    Just how much did Philadelphia wine, spirits sales spike during the Super Bowl? - Philly
    Not surprisingly, the Eagles' run to the Super Bowl on Feb. 4 - and the victory parade that followed - was a boon to bars in the region, which usually see a post-holiday slump.

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An issue that is prevelant in both Brewerytow...

An issue that is prevelant in both Brewerytown and Fairmount: http://6abc.com/society/action-news-investigation-missing-mail/3092146/?sf182318730=1

    Action News Investigation: Missing mail
    Residents across the city said packages, bills and other mail has been delayed for weeks or in some cases not delivered at all. One resident even went as far as calling police after she says her postal carrier held her mail hostage.

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    Building collapses in city's Brewerytown section
    Inspectors from L&I are trying to find out what caused a three-story home to come crumbling down in the city's Brewerytown section.

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    Councilman Kenyatta Johnson to introduce bill for a hearing on racial disparities in the Philadelphia home loan market
    Councilman Kenyatta Johnson plans to introduce legislation next Thursday calling for a hearing on racial disparities in the Philadelphia home loan market, according to a statement released by the councilman's office Friday morning. Johnson made his announcement following the Center for Investigative Reporting's Reveal's report on nationwide racial disparities in home loans copublished by WHYY on Thursday with additional reporting by PlanPhilly.

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    Larry Krasner Sues Big Pharma, Drops All Marijuana Possession Charges
    With a little over a month in office, Philly's new DA is already further reforming the city's drug policy. On the same day a Philly.com op-ed was published in which Philadelphia District Attorney Larry Krasner (and Mayor Kenney) admitted the failure that was the "War on Drugs," in the 1980s and '90s, the DA's office announced that it is suing 10 pharmaceutical companies in connection with the opioid epidemic and is dropping all outstanding marijuana possession charges.

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Opinion: First ,the purchasing of Street Drug...

Opinion: First ,the purchasing of Street Drugs or Opioids is Illegal : Does anyone care that 'safe injection sites' are neither safe nor legal? | Stu Bykofsky http://www.philly.com/philly/columnists/stu_bykofsky/attorney-general-josh-shapiro-cues-safe-injection-sites-illegal-opioids-stu-bykofsky-20180216.html

    Does anyone care that 'safe injection sites' are neither safe nor legal? | Stu Bykofsky - Philly
    Thank you, Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, for giving me cover so I don't wind up being painted as the "worst person in the world," the label Keith Olbermann used on his TV show to hang on people he didn't like. I have been silent as the opioid epidemic raged because I had no clear-cut solution.

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Nearby: http://6abc.com/man-dies-in-hole-tryi...

Nearby: http://6abc.com/man-dies-in-hole-trying-to-rescue-dog-in-fairmount-park-idd/3085352/

    Man dies in hole trying to rescue dog in Fairmount Park ID'd
    Police have identified the 72-year-old man, who died after going into a hole to rescue his dog in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park section. The victim is Tony Farr from Philadelphia. It happened around 2:30 p.m. Wednesday on the 4700 block of South Concourse Drive. According to authorities, the dog fell in a 2.5' by 6' hole.

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    Philly City Council, Mayor clash over school board dismissal policy
    As the process to create a new board to oversee the School District of Philadelphia after years of state control gains momentum, some politicians immersed in the convoluted and politically fraught effort may be wishing that they left well enough alone.

2 days ago

Opinion: Subsidized housing can change lives....

Opinion: Subsidized housing can change lives. Now it's facing deep cuts | Opinion http://www.philly.com/philly/opinion/commentary/subsidized-affordable-housing-philadelphia-trump-budget-cuts-opinion-20180216.html

    Subsidized housing can change lives. Now it's facing deep cuts | Opinion - Philly
    The 2019 budget released by the White House calls for deep cuts, $8.8 billion or an 18.3% reduction, to the Department of Housing and Urban Development. This would reduce the availability of subsidized housing and vouchers, like the Housing Choice Voucher Program that allowed Paloma to rent a home, even with her very low income.

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    AccuWeather: Winter Storm Watch ahead of weekend snow
    Meteorologist David Murphy says snow accumulation is likely on Saturday night, with the highest amounts earmarked for our northwest suburbs. A Winter Storm WATCH has been posted for many of the suburban counties in Pennsylvania and parts of central New Jersey. See the list of counties here.

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    We Spied a Zoning Notice on a Handsome Building Near 29th & Girard - OCF Realty
    In October of 2014, we told you that the owners of the property had made an appeal to the ZBA to open a tattoo studio on the first floor of the building, but the case had been continued. The project went back to the ZBA in November, and was held for discussion, with a denial coming the next month.

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    Bills to build new bike lanes advance in City Council
    A trio of bills to expand Philadelphia's disjointed bike lane network advanced out of City Council's streets and services committee Wednesday. The legislation is expected to be introduced to the floor of the full Council Thursday and may be voted upon as early as next week.

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    Plan for police HQ at Inquirer building prompts call for outside appraisals in city real estate deals - Philly
    Philadelphia officials say their agreement to pay $249 million to a developer for a new city Police Headquarters in the former Inquirer building on North Broad Street is a good deal for the city. But that position is not backed up by an independent appraisal of the property's value, because none was completed.

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    Suspect sought for armed robbery of NE Philly store
    Live Broadcast WATCH NOW BREAKING NEWS Police report: Suspect confessed to Florida school shooting WATCH LIVE BREAKING NEWS Police report: Suspect confessed to Florida school shooting Police have released a new surveillance video showing a man robbing a Northeast Philadelphia business with a large knife.

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    Why white homeowners in Philadelphia can get federal mortgages meant for black neighborhoods - Philly
    Jonathan Jacobs had almost no savings, a modest income, and a credit report marred by a disputed cellphone bill. But he easily bought a newly renovated rowhouse in Point Breeze, a South Philadelphia neighborhood that is historically African American. "It took about 15 minutes" to fill out the paperwork, said Jacobs, a career counselor.

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    Unequal lending keeps redlining alive in Philadelphia's gentrifying neighborhoods
    Rachelle Faroul is a 33-year-old woman with a good credit score and a degree from Northwestern University. When she decided to buy home in West Philadelphia, near Malcolm X Park, Faroul, then earning $60,000 a year teaching at Rutgers University, didn't think to have her partner co-sign the loan.

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    Criminalizing crack addiction was a mistake. Philly's approach to opioids must be different | Jim Kenney and Larry Krasner
    As public officials, we have seen the opioid epidemic impact nearly everything we touch. Last year, overdoses claimed the lives of about 1,200 people - four times the number of homicides and exceeding deaths from the AIDS epidemic by over 200 people in its worst year.

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    These Are the 10 Most Expensive Homes in Brewerytown
    Here's proof that "expensive" is a relative term. And every last one of these homes is brand new. Here's what $500K will buy you in Brewerytown: The most expensive house on this week's list from NeighborhoodX, plus $25,000 to spend on customizing and furnishing it.

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Greater Brewerytown CDC shared Rep. Donna Bul...

In Memory of The Late State Representative ,the Honorable Frank L Oliver: https://www.facebook.com/RepDonnaBullock/videos/2053665428184942/

    Rep. Donna Bullock
    Today it was my sad duty to honor my predecessor, mentor and friend, the Hon. Frank Oliver. From 1973-2010 Mr. Oliver served our community with integrity, retiring as the longest serving member of...

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Brewerytown Living shared MMPartners, LLC.'s ...

This is awesome! Free OSHA 10 Training in #Brewerytown!

    MMPartners, LLC.
    We are so excited to partner with Brewerytown-Sharswood Community Civic Association offering FREE OSHA Training!

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Very interesting article regarding #Breweryto...

Very interesting article regarding #Brewerytown home values. https://www.phillymag.com/property/2018/02/13/these-are-the-10-most-expensive-homes-in-brewerytown/

    These Are the 10 Most Expensive Homes in Brewerytown
    Here's proof that "expensive" is a relative term. And every last one of these homes is brand new. Here's what $500K will buy you in Brewerytown: The most expensive house on this week's list from NeighborhoodX, plus $25,000 to spend on customizing and furnishing it.

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Shapiro announces drug bust, bashes Philly sa...

Shapiro announces drug bust, bashes Philly safe injection sites again http://www.philly.com/philly/news/473929703.html

    Shapiro announces drug bust; again bashes Philly safe-injection sites - Philly
    After announcing the seizure of 250,000 bags of fentanyl-laced heroin on Tuesday, state Attorney General Josh Shapiro again criticized Philadelphia's decision to approve so-called safe-injection sites. "I think they're illegal," Shapiro said at a news conference in Tinicum Township, Delaware County. "There's no safe way to inject yourself with this type of poison."

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Opinion: https://trib.al/pVOkLcn

Opinion: https://trib.al/pVOkLcn

    Philly needs comprehensive plan to right the wrongs of the crack era | Solomon Jones - Philly
    "White lives matter, too." Those four words, uttered by Deputy Health Commissioner Roland Lamb, who is black, rang in my ears for days after I hosted a community forum on the city's proposal to fight opioid overdoses by supporting safe injection sites - places where addicts can shoot drugs under medical supervision.

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Opinion: http://www.philly.com/philly/columni...

Opinion: http://www.philly.com/philly/columnists/stu_bykofsky/vincent-medley-doug-ross-stu-bykofsky-philly-animal-shelter-acct-finances-transparency-20180214.html?mobi=true

    Philly's animal shelter: No bark, no bite, no transparency | Stu Bykofsky - Philly
    ACCT Philly, the taxpayer-funded shelter in Feltonville, is the target of an online petition posted by a group of animal activists demanding removal of Executive Director Vincent Medley. The group accuses him of "the mistreatment of rescue organizations" and demands a forensic financial audit.

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    Philly Council committee backs training for city workers to prevent sexual harassment
    A bill approved by a Philadelphia City Council committee calls for mandatory annual training for city workers to prevent sexual harassment. Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown said the training is just common sense. "Enforcing mandatory training against sexual harassment is a concrete, tangible step in the right direction," she said.

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On the Benjamin Franklin Parkway: http://www....

On the Benjamin Franklin Parkway: http://www.phillyvoice.com/muddied-during-eagles-parade-parkway-lawns-wont-be-restored-until-spring/

    Muddied during Eagles parade, Parkway lawns won't be ready until spring
    Hundreds of thousands of Eagles fans crowded onto the grassy lawns lining the Benjamin Franklin Parkway for Thursday's jubilant parade and celebration. RELATED STORY: Bobblehead of Jason Kelce in Mummers garb could be on the way The lawns weren't in the finest shape before the parade, having endured a full season of Parkway events and nearly an inch of rain the previous day.

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Employment opportunity http://www.delawareriv...

Employment opportunity http://www.delawareriverwaterfront.com/footer/jobs/cherry-street-pier-manager

    DRWC is an inclusionary organization that values and promotes diversity in all aspects of its operations. The Delaware River Waterfront Corporation is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate based on age, race, gender, religion, handicap, or sexual orientation.

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In University City : https://www.bisnow.com/p...

In University City : https://www.bisnow.com/philadelphia/news/multifamily/high-rise-newman-center-catholic-student-university-city-84352

    New High-Rise To Replace Catholic Student Center In University City
    The Archdiocese of Philadelphia is selling the Newman Center, which serves Catholic college students, to be turned into a high-rise apartment building.

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Civil service board protests bill on state hi...

Civil service board protests bill on state hiring plan http://www.philly.com/philly/blogs/inq-phillydeals/pa-civil-service-merit-hiring-patronage-cronyism-nepotism-commission-lentz-folmer-20180213.html

    Civil service board protests bill on state hiring plan - Philly
    The proposal would end "independent enforcement" of veterans' preference in state hiring, commissioners warn. - Joseph N. DiStefano, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News

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    PHOTOS: The LOVE Statue Comes Back to Philly
    The city welcomed it with an Eagles chant, of course. Are you feeling the love, Philly? No, I'm not talking about Valentine's Day. This is about the LOVE statue, which has officially come home. The statue's long-awaited return was celebrated on Tuesday morning with LOVE on the Move, a parade through the city.

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    Lyft Giving Discounted Rides To Top Valentine's Day Destinations
    PHILADELPHIA - Are you going out in Philadelphia for your Valentine's Day celebration? If so, and your destinations happen to be either Cinemark University City, the Kimmel Center, or Sampan, you can get a discounted ride there. In 2017, those three spots were Lyft's top three date locations, and this year the rideshare pros are offering 20 percent off rides to those destinations.

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    Governor Tom Wolf Rejects Partisan Gerrymandered Map
    Analyses, Non-Partisan Experts Say GOP Submission is Partisan, Gerrymandered Harrisburg, PA - Governor Tom Wolf today told the Pennsylvania Supreme Court that he will not accept the proposed map Republican legislative leaders submitted because it, too, is a partisan gerrymander that does not comply with the court's order or Pennsylvania's Constitution.

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Crime: http://6abc.com/images-of-vandalism-su...

Crime: http://6abc.com/images-of-vandalism-suspects-during-super-bowl-victory-parade/3077311/

    Images of vandalism suspects during Super Bowl victory, parade
    Today's Top Stories WATCH NOW TOP VIDEOS Philadelphia police have released new surveillance images of suspects wanted for acts of vandalism after the Eagles' Super Bowl victory. Authorities released the images Tuesday morning, showing multiple young men suspected of damaging property throughout Center City.

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Opinion : http://www.phillytrib.com/commentar...

Opinion : http://www.phillytrib.com/commentary/mitchell-philly-public-school-students---years-a-slave/article_dbb7459f-471c-5d3a-b089-5d59c9861071.html

    Mitchell: Philly public school students - 12 years a slave
    Last week, while the "woke" generation was involved in the absolute banality that is parsing the differences between the reaction of law enforcement to Black social justice "warriors" and white Super Bowl revelers, those who were congratulating themselves for identifying a disparity in existence since slave ships began crossing the Atlantic in the 15th century either ignored or don't care enough about the role the School District of Philadelphia is playing in what is just shy of modern genocide.

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    'Just cause' eviction bill clears City Council committee
    On Tuesday, a bill intended to protect renters from being evicted without "good cause" moved one step closer to a vote by City Council. Passed out of committee, the bill will now go to the full council for consideration.

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    Philadelphia's DA office keeps secret list of suspect police - Philly
    Under former DA Seth Williams, prosecutors banned 26 suspect officers from testifying without special permission of top prosecutors. New DA Larry Krasner calls the list "ineffectual at best." - Mark Fazlollah, Craig R. McCoy, Jeremy Roebuck, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News

5 days ago

Crime: https://patch.com/pennsylvania/philade...

Crime: https://patch.com/pennsylvania/philadelphia/credit-card-skimmers-found-3-philadelphia-gas-stations

    Credit Card Skimmers Found At 3 Philadelphia Gas Stations
    PHILADELPHIA - Philadelphia Police said credit card skimmers were found on ATMs at three Philadelphia gas stations recently. According to police, all three skimmers were located at ATMs inside Sunoco gas stations, one in East Falls, one in East Mount Airy, and one in South Philadelphia. The first was discovered on Wednesday, Jan.

5 days ago

Crime: http://6abc.com/philly-police-man-abd...

Crime: http://6abc.com/philly-police-man-abducted-held-for-ransom-set-on-fire-/3070211/

    Philly police: Man abducted, held for ransom, set on fire
    Philadelphia police say a 34-year-old man was abducted while leaving work on Sunday night, held for ransom, then set on fire in the Olney section of the city. A burned-out shell was all that remained of the victim's 2006 Pontiac Grand Prix, which was parked along the 5400 block of Westford Road.

6 days ago

Nice spotlight on our neighbors, #StrawberryM...

Nice spotlight on our neighbors, #StrawberryMansion in PlanPhilly#Philly #Brewerytown http://planphilly.com/articles/2018/02/09/off-the-beaten-path-no-longer-strawberry-mansion-residents-bring-life-to-neglected-gem

    'Off the beaten path' no longer, Strawberry Mansion residents bring life to neglected gem
    Take a walk through Fairmount Park and eventually, you will find yourself staring up at a grand historic mansion. Nestled in the vast green's acreage, most of these publicly owned buildings have undergone extensive restoration and are now enjoying second acts as museums, restaurants, and community centers.


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