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It may seem to goo to be true, but the dream is a reality- 1113 Edmonds Avenue is for sale! This stately home is full of charm and character, without sacrificing modern convenience.

As you walk up the front path, take a moment to notice the intricate brick-work on the second floor. Step inside, where you'll be greeted by gleaming hardwood floors. To your right is the formal living room, complete with floor-to-ceiling built-in shelves, a wood-burning fireplace and marble hearth, as well as a door to the front patio, which is screened from view by several large shrubs.

To your left, the formal dining room, with classic chair-rail moulding. Continue back into the gourmet kitchen, with beautiful wood cabinetry, marble floor tile, stainless steel

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PhillyFreeStreets - N. Broad Street will be closed to traffic from City Hall to Erie Ave, so come out an enjoy games, activities, food vendors, and The Beach on Broad

 Parks on Tap - Philly's pop-up beer garden is heading to Dickinson Square Park in Pennsport. Stop by on Sunday for a beer, stay for the hands-on cooking demonstration!

Beech Jazz on the Ave Festival - Taking place in North Philly, there will be live music, games, and tons of vendors

Saturday 8/11 511 N Broad St, #807 10:00 - 1:00pm 383 Leverington Ave 12:00 - 2:00pm 2229 Kimball St 12:00 - 2:00pm 248 Watkins St 12:00 - 2:00pm    Sunday 8/12 816…
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Welcome to 720 Barton Run Boulevard! This stunning townhome is the definition of move-in ready.

As you step inside, the first thing you'll notice is how bright and airy the living space feels, due to several large windows which drench the area in natural light. The main floor has an open layout, making it an entertainer's dream. The gourmet kitchen features light wood cabinetry and tons of storage, and overlooks the two-story family room.

Exit the sliding door into the large backyard with privacy fence and brick patio, where you'll be hosting summer BBQs.

Upstairs, you'll find the master suite, which is fit for a king AND a queen! Featuring a beautifully designed bathroom with walk-in shower, separate soaking tub, double vanity, and

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This weekend marks the 10th anniversary of the 2008 World Series Victory. To celebrate, the Phillies are hoping to sweep the Florida Marlins in a three-game series this weekend!

 Parks on Tap - Philly's pop-up beer garden is heading to East Fairmount Park, outside the historic Mount Pleasant Mansion

The Oval+ - This weekend, the pop-up park opens on the Ben Franklin Parkway, and features food trucks, games, a beer garden, an 800 sf misting garden, and so much more!

4th Annual Women's Theatre Festival - This year's theme focuses on the trials of motherhood

Friday 8/3 2024 McKean St 1:00 - 3:00pm 214 S. 3rd St 4:30 -…
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You may have heard the buzz about the Timber Towers: one architectural firm's proposal for an interesting alternative to the usual steel structures that we see along the Philly skyline. The firm, Hickok Cole, proposed a timber structure at site of the rumored third Comcast Tower for the Skyhive Skyscraper Challenge: of course we had to get an interview with a few of the team members-Anthony Maiolatesi, Sean McTaggart, and Rosa Zlotkovsky- for more information about the company and their proposed design.    
  • How did you become interested and involved in this project and in this line of work?

We’ve seen hypothetical mass timber projects on design blogs for years, but one event that really kicked things into gear was “Timber

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Stunning new construction condo in one of Philadelphia's most desirable neighborhoods, Northern Liberties! This unit is one of 6 in this sought after condo development.

Enter into your brand new home and immediately notice the natural lighting from the large windows and open living space. Step across the fine hardwood flooring to your modern kitchen, featuring all brand new appliances, granite counter tops and plenty of cabinet space.

All bedrooms feature hardwood flooring, large closets and recessed lighting. The full bathrooms provide you with fantastic tile throughout, shower and vanity. Last but not least, you will enjoy a Full 10 YEAR tax abatement.

At this prime location you will have easy access to restaurants, shopping,

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If you are looking for a place to celebrate the end of summer, look no further than Philly: with events going on from the 1st to the 4th, the city is full of things to do! 

Made in America Festival: The highly anticipated Made in America festival is coming back to the Ben Franklin Parkway. Kicking off on the 1st, this 2 day celebration will feature musical acts such as Jay-Z, J. Cole, the Chainsmokers and more! 

Closing of the Blue Cross Riverink Summerfest: There are a still a few days left to enjoy the Blue Cross Riverrink Summerfest! If you haven't been yet, there is still time to check out the city's only outdoor roller skating rink, in addition to other attractions such as a mini golf course, arcade, a variety of drinks and food to enjoy,

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 Billy Joel - Listen to some of Billy Joel's classics at the Citizen's Bank Park

XPoNential Music Festival - WXPN's three-day music festival will be taking place at the BB&T Pavillion

Parks on Tap - Philly's pop-up beer garden is heading to Pastorius Park in Chestnut Hill this weekend 

Friday 7/27

1436 Clymer St, #2: 12:00 – 2:00pm 

336 Monroe St, #2: 12:00 – 2:00 

2033 Chancellor St: 4:00 – 6:00pm 

942 N. Randolph St: 4:00 - 6:00pm 

214 S. 3rd St: 5:00 - 7:00pm 

218 S 3rd St: 5:00 – 7:00pm 

Saturday 7/28

988 N Marshall St, #2R: 11:00 - 1:00pm 

2024 McKean St: 11:00 – 1:00pm 

2623 Ellsworth St: 11:00 – 1:00pm 

8131 Jeanes St: 11:00 – 2:00pm 

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 We all know we can visit the Liberty Bell at 6th & Market after a short walk through the Liberty Bell Center with various artifacts about the history of the bell, however, have you ever wondered what it would sound like if we were able to ring the bell? Since being cracked, the bell has been silent however if you were to ring it - you'd hear a note in E-Flat. Anyone guess that? Just a little Philly trivia to share at your next family get together when it gets awkward!

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Summertime is here, and Philadelphians are seeking ways to stay cool as the mercury climbs. Luckily, there are plenty of fun options to escape the heat.

1. Take a Dip in a Pool: Here are a couple pools where you can cool off.

With hours dedicated for swimming laps, adult and family bathing, there is the Olympic-sized John B. Kelly Pool, located in West Fairmount Park. Surrounded by trees and grass, it’s a peaceful place to relax, or swim in the multi-lane Olympic-size swimming pool.

For a more urban environment, there is the O’Connor Pool at 2601 South Street. It’s surrounded by a brick wall to provide some privacy from the street. Even better, after you’ve had a dip, you’re just a few steps away from partaking in fun times on South Street.

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