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    Elected officials seek to end area redlining
    Philadelphia City Councilman Kenyatta Johnson talked further about allegations of redlining throughout the city after an investigation by the Center for Investigative Reporting (CIR) was released in February. Redlining is the practice of denying services, either directly or through selectively raising prices, to residents of certain areas based on the ethnic or racial makeup of those areas.

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    Inside the campaign to take down Penn Law prof Amy Wax - Philly
    Here's how the community mobilized when third-year law student Nick Hall found a video of Professor Amy Wax suggesting that black Penn Law students rarely graduated at the top of their class. - Juliana Feliciano Reyes, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News

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Greater Brewerytown CDC shared Urbanstead's e...

In Fairmount: https://www.facebook.com/events/432364680540125/?ti=icl

    Spring Plant Sale at High Point Cafe Fairmount

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Opinion: http://theatln.tc/2Dr3hAh

Opinion: http://theatln.tc/2Dr3hAh

    Not One American State Has Enough Affordable Housing
    While supply varies by state, not one has enough housing for low-income renters. Finding affordable housing isn't getting any easier for the more than a quarter of U.S. renters that are extremely low-income.

25 hours ago

At the Partheon on the Benjamin Franklin Park...

At the Partheon on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway: https://trib.al/J1szlpI

    'Creed II' filming at the Art Museum: Dolph Lundgren spotted - Philly
    Rocky fans, get excited: The highly anticipated sequel to Creed, Ryan Coogler's critically acclaimed Rocky series 2015 addition, has started filming in Philadelphia. A crew was spotted yesterday at - where else? - the iconic Philadelphia Museum of Art steps.

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    Nearly 100 Democratic women file to run for office in Pennsylvania legislature - Philadelphia Business Journal
    As Democrats look to increase their numbers in the state Senate and House, 98 Democratic women have filed petitions to be on the ballot in the May primary with the help of groups like Emily's List and Emerge Pennsylvania.

26 hours ago

Concerned about lead in your home, or your ch...

Concerned about lead in your home, or your child's school? Come to the Lead Awareness Philly Campaign workshop on 3/20 at Prince Of Peace Baptist Church.

26 hours ago

Greater Brewerytown CDC shared Joe's Pizza Br...

Hey Joe: https://www.facebook.com/events/306741053183486/?ti=icl

    Feast of San Giuseppe- Free Slices to ALL named JOE All March
    Feast of San Giuseppe- Free Slices to ALL named JOE All March

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    What Philadelphia Was Like In The Summer Of 1973
    Dick Swanson is an award-winning photojournalist, whose career spans some 35 years, and whose work has brought him to about 40 countries. He was a Life Magazine photographer in Vietnam and Washington, DC, and he has covered events in Asia, Central America, Europe, the Eastern Bloc countries, the Caribbean, the Middle East and South Africa.

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    Scofflaws by the thousands fix their tickets in Philly amnesty program
    A recent audit of the Philadelphia Parking Authority found that the agency was owed $76.8 million in uncollected parking fines since 2012. According to a spokesman for Mayor Kenney, the amnesty program - the first of its kind for PPA - has collected $154,979 since it started March 1.

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    What We Talk About When We Talk About Tax Collection - The Philadelphia Citizen
    Welcome to Taxadelphia, one of the nation's highest-taxed and poorest cities, where the Mayor has once again proposed reaching into citizens' pockets. This time, the proposal is a 6 percent property tax increase-the fifth such hike in the last decade-and an 8 percent increase in the real estate transfer tax.

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    Philly Program Takes 40 Girls to Chess Competition
    Philadelphia's After School Activities Partnerships program is taking 40 local students to an all-girls chess competition in Chicago next month. A few students sit down with NBC10 to share some of the opportunities that this program has provided them.

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Near Francisville: https://www.phillymag.com/...

Near Francisville: https://www.phillymag.com/foobooz/2018/03/16/joe-cicala-divine-lorraine-restaurant-philly/

    Joe Cicala Makes His Comeback With a New Restaurant at the Divine Lorraine
    Cicala at the Divine Lorraine will be a refined Southern Italian restaurant inside the new reincarnation of one of Philly's grandest buildings. The Divine Lorraine Hotel, a citywide beacon of luxury that fell into disrepair after decades of neglect, reclaimed a measure of its history last year when it reopened after a major rebuild.

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    DA signals deal to drop most charges against activist who defaced Frank Rizzo statue - Philly
    Activist Wali Rahman was charged with four misdemeanor counts after he allegedly spray painted the Frank Rizzo statue last year. But a prosecutor signaled Friday that most charges will be dropped against Rahman, who will then just face a summary offense of criminal mischief.

47 hours ago

Greater Brewerytown CDC shared Rep. Donna Bul...


    Rep. Donna Bullock
    Thanks to everyone who came out for our Senior Spring Fling Luncheon! We got to enjoy delicious food and great music while learning about key #PA assistance programs #PeopleFirst #Plan4PA #goodtimes

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    The hottest Philly neighborhood no one is talking about
    No one could argue that Olney, in upper North Philadelphia, is gentrifying. But that doesn't mean the neighborhood isn't revitalizing. In the afternoon when schools let out, kids weighed down with colorful backpacks fill the sidewalks of tidy rowhome blocks. The neighborhood's North 5th Street shopping district bustles with Colombian cafes, Jamaican bakeries, and Korean restaurants.

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    Volunteer lawyers help Philly offenders clear records and move forward
    Nearly one in three Philadelphia residents has a criminal record. Many of these people were never found guilty of a major wrongdoing, but often that doesn't make a difference. Just having "a record" is enough to make you ineligible for employment, education, housing and public assistance.

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    We asked Philly to tell us what gentrification feels like. Here's what we heard.
    Philadelphians have a lot of opinions on gentrification, and they aren't afraid to share them. Sometimes bluntly. That's one thing we've learned this week as we ask readers to weigh in on our Gentrified series From neighborhoods across the city, Philadelphians have shared their experiences, thoughts, and questions about climbing incomes and other demographic shifts occurring in their communities.

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    Mouse infestations close noted private school kitchen and other Philly eateries
    Mice do not discriminate in the latest round up of Clean Plates. In addition to a CVSand grocery store, the Cherokee campus of the tony Springside Chestnut Hill Academy had a rodent infestation. There were mouse droppings throughout the private school's kitchen and dining area. In addition, there was a dead mouse in a trap.

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    Councilwoman proposes bill to keep some Philly bars open till 4 a.m.
    Philadelphia City Councilwoman Blondell Reynolds Brown on Thursday proposed a bill to generate funding for schools by permitting some bars to stay open until 4 a.m. The legislation comes in response to Mayor Jim Kenney's proposed six percent property tax increase, an onerous measure intended to close the nearly $1 billion deficit that plagues the School District of Philadelphia.

3 days ago

Progressives hoping to shake up Philly's Demo...

Progressives hoping to shake up Philly's Democratic Party get good, and bad, news | Clout http://www.philly.com/philly/columnists/clout/progressives-bob-brady-democratic-party-ward-leaders-20180315.html

    Progressives hoping to shake up Philly's Democratic Party get good, and bad, news | Clout
    Contrary to what many expected, there hasn't been a citywide surge in the number of candidates running for a key, street-level role in the city's Democratic machine. But some gentrifying neighborhoods saw a boost. - Holly Otterbein, Philadelphia Inquirer and Daily News

3 days ago

On the boundary between Fairmount and Brewery...

On the boundary between Fairmount and Brewerytown: http://www.ocfrealty.com/naked-philly/fairmount/zoning-notices-just-another-tease-26th-poplar

    Zoning Notices Just Another Tease at 26th & Poplar? - OCF Realty
    Mar, 09, 2018 | 8 Comments | Fairmount By and large, it's working out for all of us that we live in a free country. But freedom for some can present frustration and aggravation for others. See, there's a large vacant lot on the north side of the 2600 block of Poplar Street, and many neighbors would surely love to see it get redeveloped.

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    Philly planning Bartram Village redesign with $1.3 million grant
    A new $1.3 million federal grant will help the Philadelphia Housing Authority (PHA) redevelop the public housing neighborhood known as Bartram Village, which sits along the Schuylkill River in South Philly. PHA announced the news in a statement on their website last month, saying the $1.3 million was a Choice Neighborhoods Initiative (CNI) grant from the U.S.

3 days ago

Crime: http://6abc.com/grandfather-shot-multi...

Crime: http://6abc.com/grandfather-shot-multiple-times-in-west-phila-home/3218623/

    Grandfather shot multiple times in West Phila. home
    A grandfather is fighting for his life after being ambushed in his home and shot multiple times in West Philadelphia, according to police. Police say the 56-year-old victim had just returned home to the 700 block of Cecil Street around 11 p.m. Wednesday after a night of bowling.

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    Amazon reps pay visit to Philadelphia to scout HQ2 sites - Philly
    Add Philadelphia to the list of cities visited by Amazon scouts in connection with the company's planned second headquarters. An Amazon.com Inc. site-selection team recently spent about a day and a half in Philadelphia, where they met with officials involved with the city's proposal to the company, Mayor Kenney said in an interview Wednesday after a presentation to the Jewish Federation of Greater Philadelphia's real estate membership group.

3 days ago

Do you have a desire to give back to your com...

Do you have a desire to give back to your community? Do you have experience working with adolescents? Can you commit to 8 hours every month? If so, we're looking for community volunteers, age 18 and over, to mentor non-violent offenders who are going through the Youth Aid Panel diversion program. Apply in the link below. Last day for interviews is Friday, March 30, 2018! http://www.phila.gov/districtattorney/resources/Pages/YouthAidPanelProgram.aspx

4 days ago

On the Ridge Avenue Business Corridor,Near Br...

On the Ridge Avenue Business Corridor,Near Brewerytown Sharswood : http://www.ocfrealty.com/naked-philly/brewerytown/pha-fixing-former-checker-club-ridge-avenue

    PHA Fixing Up Former Checker Club on Ridge Avenue - OCF Realty
    Just north of Girard Avenue, several blocks of Ridge Avenue have been sitting vacant for as many years as we can remember. This is quite a change from the scene on these blocks in the middle of the 20th century, when this section of Ridge was an African American entertainment district and a major center for jazz in Philadelphia.

4 days ago

A Long time Strawberry Mansion Resident: http...

A Long time Strawberry Mansion Resident: http://planphilly.com/articles/2018/03/14/we-want-to-see-growth-too-why-tonetta-graham-isn-t-worried-about-philly-hipsters-moving-into-her-neighborhood

    'We want to see growth' too: Why Tonetta Graham isn't worried about Philly hipsters moving into her neighborhood
    When I talked to Walker about this story, he told me that my roommates and I are, in a way, the blockbusters now - the first white people back on the block in decades, sowing fear. I asked him why, then, he chose to sell to a white woman.

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Crime: https://trib.al/wjNs3jP

Crime: https://trib.al/wjNs3jP

    Feds: Ex-aide to U.S. Rep. Bob Brady targeted in murder-for-hire plot - Philly
    Prosecutors detailed the previously undisclosed plot to kill Donald "D.A." Jones, 62, of Willingboro, in filings late Monday in federal court in Missouri. The court papers accuse Milton Russel "Rusty" Cranford, a prominent Arkansas lobbyist, of attempting to set up Jones' slaying this year.

4 days ago

Greater Brewerytown CDC added 3 new photos.

8th National Bank of Philadelphia - NE 2nd Street and Girard Avenue - 1904 and Present Day:

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    3 maps that explain gentrification in Philadelphia
    "Gentrification" is a word that gets tossed around a lot, especially in Philadelphia, a city where some neighborhoods are experiencing rapid demographic shifts. (See our series here) The changes mean different things to different people but a common set of facts can help ground conversations.

4 days ago

Greater Brewerytown CDC shared philly.com's p...

Humor: sort of: https://www.facebook.com/phillydotcom/posts/10155645434931656

    Tractor-trailer carrying egg yolks crashes, drivers scramble - Philly
    A tractor-trailer carrying liquid egg yolks overturned on a ramp to Interstate 76 in King of Prussia, turning the highway into the Schuylkill Eggspressway and causing a scrambled mess. It's unclear if the driver of truck - who, on the sunny side of things, was reportedly uninjured - had egg on his face following the accident.

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    The Changing Streets of Cedar Park
    In a country deeply segregated by race, this uniquely integrated part of West Philadelphia stands out. But that might soon change. Monica Allison moved to West Philadelphia's Cedar Park in 1997, buying a gorgeous red brick Victorian town house for $67,000.

4 days ago

As part of a larger effort to share informati...

As part of a larger effort to share information with the public about how the City spends taxpayer money, the City Controller's Office will release financial data. First up: the soda tax. Since its inception, the City has collected about $85 million in revenue from the soda tax. Only about 26% of revenue collected has been spent on Pre-K and Community Schools.

4 days ago

Crime: http://6abc.com/woman-found-dead-with-...

Crime: http://6abc.com/woman-found-dead-with-7-stab-wounds-in-west-philly/3210989/

    Woman found dead with 7 stab wounds in West Philly
    Live Broadcast WATCH NOW WATCH LIVE Philadelphia police are investigating after a woman was found dead with multiple stab wounds. The 39-year-old woman was found on the first floor of a rooming house in the 100 block of N. Edgewood Street in West Philadelphia around 12:43 p.m. Tuesday.


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