4 days ago

Check out the SEPTA detours for this weekend's Philadelphia Marathon

Route 38(pull-out to 34th Street and Clearfield Street) Regular Route To City Ave I-76 east to Route 1 North, R-Wissahickon ave. Exit, R-Wissahickon Ave., R-Huntingpark Ave., R-Allegheny Ave., L-34th St., to Clearfield Street.

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Eastbound: Regular route to 7th & Pine St. (last stop eastbound)

Northbound via 20th Street: Right/Pine St., Right/Broad St., layover on Broad Street south of South Street.

Westbound: Regular route from Walnut St. at 10th St.

Westbound: regular route from 38th St. and Spruce St.

Westbound: regular route from 34th St. and Spruce St.

Eastbound via 34th Street: R-Indiana Ave./R- Ridge Ave./L- City Ave. Ramp, Regular route to 40th & Brown St. /Via 40th St./L- Market St., R-38th St., L-Spruce St./South St. Left/Broad St., Right/Pine St., Left/9th St., Left/Walnut St., take recovery on Walnut St. between 9th St. and 10th St.

Route 38(pull-out to 34th Street and Clearfield Street) Regular Route To City Ave I-76 east to Route 1 North, R-Wissahickon ave. Exit, R-Wissahickon Ave., R-Huntingpark Ave., R-Allegheny Ave., L-34th St., to Clearfield Street.

Northbound via Vine St.: R- 11th St./Regular route to Ridge & Midvale Ave./R- Midvale Ave./L- Henry Ave./L- Roxborough Ave../R- Ridge Ave../L-Leverington St./R-Flat Rock, Regular route.

Southbound: Regular route to Henry and Walnut Ln. , then via L- Henry Ave./ R- Midvale/ R- Ridge Ave./ Left onto City Ave. Ramp then Regular route.

Buses will operate between 63rd & Girard and 40th & Market Sts.

Buses will operate between 29th & Girard and Richmond & Westmoreland Sts.

1234 Market Street, Philadelphia, PA 19107

    SEPTA | Philadelphia Marathon
    The Philadelphia Marathon and Half Marathon return to Center City Saturday, November 18 and Sunday, November 19, 2017 (see schedule below). Due to the course routing, several SEPTA Bus Routes and the Route 15 Trolley will operate with detours before and during the events.
    http://septa.org

Nov 09

Penn sprint football goes for back to back championships this weekend against Army

The Quakers will have 60 minutes on Friday to prove that they are better than the Penn team that took the field on September 30 versus Army (7-0, 3-0 North).

    Penn sprint football goes for back to back championships this weekend against Army
    Six weeks ago, the Quakers (6-1, 4-0 South) were defeated 24-14 on its home turf by the Army Black Knights, a game that, at the time, was a devastating blow to the Red and Blue.
    http://www.thedp.com

Nov 01

Rollover crash shuts down Route 130 North in Burlington Twp., N.J.

Rollover crash shuts down Route 130 North in Burlington Twp., N.J.

    Rollover crash shuts down Route 130 North in NJ
    A two-vehicle rollover crash shut down a busy South Jersey highway. It happened at 6:45 a.m. Wednesday in the northbound lanes of Route 130 at Campus Drive in Burlington Township. Video from Chopper 6 HD showed two heavily damaged vehicles, one lying on its roof. At least one person was seriously hurt.
    http://6abc.com

Oct 20

Northeast Extension Shut Down After Multi-Vehicle Crash

The following detour is in effect for motorist traveling northbound on I-476: Take State Route 63 East to US Route 202 North to State Route 309 North to State Route 663 South. This will bring you to the Quakertown Interchange #44.

The following detour is in effect for motorist traveling northbound on I-476: Take State Route 63 East to US Route 202 North to State Route 309 North to State Route 663 South. This will bring you to the Quakertown Interchange #44.

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The following detour is in effect for motorist traveling northbound on I-476: Take State Route 63 East to US Route 202 North to State Route 309 North to State Route 663 South. This will bring you to the Quakertown Interchange #44.

    Northeast Extension Shut Down After Multi-Vehicle Crash
    PHILADELPHIA (CBS) - A multi-vehicle crash has shut down parts of the Northeast Extension on Thursday night. The accident happened around 9:30 p.m. near mile marker 39 between Lansdale and Quakertown. Police say the crash involved two tractor-trailers and at least one other vehicle. The cause of the accident remains under investigation.
    http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com

Oct 19

Oyster Ice Cream Is Either the Grossest or Best Thing Ever

Owner Sam Mink chose oysters from the farmers at 40 North in Barnegat Bay, Sweet Amalia and Betsy’s Cape Shore Salts in Cape May, and Elder Point in Port Norris, plus littleneck and cherrystone clams raised in the region, too.

    Oyster Ice Cream Is Either the Grossest or Best Thing Ever
    You can find out for sure at Oyster House this Saturday only. We hardly need an excuse to hang out in the beautiful dining room at , leisurely devouring those fresh, briny snacks from the sea.
    http://www.phillymag.com

Oct 18

All Local Oysters at Oyster House This Weekend

Farms include 40 North (Barnegat Bay, NJ), Sweet Amalia (Cape May, NJ), Betsy’s Cape Shore Salts (Cape May, NJ) and Elder Point (Port Norris, NJ). Littleneck and cherrystone clams from other local purveyors will also be offered.

    All Local Oysters at Oyster House This Weekend
    This Saturday, October 21, Philadelphia's seafood and raw bar destination Oyster House will be featuring an all-day menu takeover of oysters from top local growers. Throughout the day, Oyster House will shuck over six varieties of oysters from local waters, chosen by owner Sam Mink for their high quality and their devotion to the region.
    http://phillygrub.wordpress.com

Oct 15

20 years in Old City: An oral history of Fork Restaurant

Terence Feury (chef, 41 North): Fork definitely needed a boost in the kitchen. Sort of a revitalization, really. I was fortunate to have a really good following of cooks and sous chefs who followed me from Maia [in Villanova], because we had built a dream team for that place before it closed.

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Ellen Yin: There was not a lot of competition. On the east side of Philly there was nothing between Broad and the river other than maybe Panorama, La Famiglia, La Buca, Caribou Cafe. There was nothing between Second and Third.

Roberto Sella: So we end up in front of 306 Market. At the time it looked like a street that was — all the storefronts had those metal doors that you pull down. I think she thought I was going to say she was crazy, but it had that vibe of transformation.

    20 years in Old City: An oral history of Fork Restaurant
    In 1997, Wharton graduates Ellen Yin and Roberto Sella partnered to launch a new restaurant in Philadelphia. Called Fork, it would make an immediate impression in Old City, which was in the throes of a transformation from a former industrial and manufacturing hub to a loft district populated by artists and creatives.
    https://billypenn.com

Oct 15

'A War Zone': Some Calif. Residents Say They Won't Return After Wildfires

Exiting U.S. Highway 101 North to get to Coffey Park, the signs of devastation are already obvious from the freeway...

    'A War Zone': Some Calif. Residents Say They Won't Return After Wildfires
    Exiting U.S. Highway 101 North to get to Coffey Park, the signs of devastation are already obvious from the freeway. Row after row of scorched fields, trees and the occasional sign-post were destroyed in the fires locals say jumped the freeway and engulfed entire neighborhoods within seconds Sunday night.
    http://www.nbcphiladelphia.com

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