Philly’s the city of neighborhoods, right? So consider this story your resource for news about and in Philly’s many neighborhoods. That could mean a development story from a specific neighborhood, or Billy Penn’s postcard series about neighborhoods you might not know much about. And now you can buy neighborhood swag — everything from hoodies to phone covers, magnets and more to rep your favorite spot in the city.
Neighbors weren’t interested in a plan with even fewer spots.
Meet Graham Meyer, founder of the Philadelphia Common Fencers Guild.
Five effects we’d see, from dirtier neighborhoods to more foreclosures.
White flight and the rise of Mantua
Suck it, Pizza Rat.
But, according to L&I, Developer Roland Kassis still hasn’t applied for building permits.
Expert says ‘we’re watching neighborhoods decline because we’re not paying attention.’
Owner Hakim Hopkins, a self-avowed hustler, says business is still very good, but “I’ll always sell books, whether it’s slow or fast.”
Chinatown resident Dave S. Pettengill revealed how much of the stuff he used for “A Valentine to Philly.”
Manayunk’s celebrated, as are Old City, Rittenhouse and even (sorta) West Philly. But boards? Really?
The Streets Department insists it’s not OK to repair the road with ice cream toppings.