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  • May 27, 2015 |  Generocity

    Imaging education in 2034 through community art

    During ArtWell's community arts Festival on May 31, youth, neighbors, and leaders will use art, performance and dialogue to create a collective v...
  • May 27, 2015 |  Technical.ly

    These beautiful photos will make you want to go to the N3RD St Farmers Market

    The N3RD St Farmers Market is back for a third year, starting today from 2-7 p.m. on Old City's Church Street. It's one of the projects that...
  • May 27, 2015 |  NinetyNine

    A mayoral cavalcade honors literacy 'champion' at City Hall ceremony

    For several minutes on Wednesday morning, former mayors Wilson Goode and Ed Rendell, current mayor Michael Nutter and mayoral aspirant Jim Kenney shar...
  • May 27, 2015 |  Generocity

    Neighborhood Bike Works announces move to Lancaster Avenue

    Earlier this week, Neighborhood Bike Works (NBW) announced its new plans to create a community shop and bike education hub at 3939 and 3943 Lancaster ...
  • May 27, 2015 |  PlanPhilly

    PSFS lighting: Committee rejects switch from neon to LED

    Four letters have spelled Philly since 1932: PSFS. High above 12th and Market streets, two 26-foot high PSFS signs have been illuminated by parallel ...
  • May 27, 2015

    As lawsuits over Amtrak crash start piling up, resolution may be years away

    As federal investigators continue to dissect this month's fatal train derailment in Port Richmond, the lawsuits are piling up – fast. Still, lawy...
  • May 27, 2015 |  Philadelphia Business Journal

    Wells Fargo goes against trend by adding branches; but not in Philly

    While Wells Fargo Co. has experienced the same surge in mobile customers as the rest of the country's biggest banks, it hasn't responded by...
  • May 27, 2015

    Kenney against raising Philly property tax

    The man who will probably be the next mayor of Philadelphia is speaking out against hiking property taxes to help the schools.
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