Graduating seniors will miss out on the two new upscale restaurants coming to campus because they will now open later than expected.
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Philadelphia residents are gathering support to increase funding for parks and recreation for the 2013 fiscal year.
A new popsicle shop will open in West Philadelphia to satisfy foodies with some exotic flavors such as peanut butter and curry, Vietnamese coffee and cucumber lime mint.
Besides attracting dedicated poets and journalists, the Kelly Writers House will also draw supporters of local agriculture.
One food store in West Philadelphia is expanding its selection of sustainable food and customer base.
On a late Monday evening, the public library at 40th and Walnut streets was busy with parents reading to their young children, adults reading for leisure and teenagers playing computer games.
Penn will once again be represented at the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia’s Preservation Achievement Awards Luncheon.
Reading Terminal Market is getting a new makeover just in time for its 120th anniversary.
A new Italian remedy will come to West Philadelphia to satisfy the city’s cravings.
Three MBA graduates are behind the new orange and gold storefront on 18th and Chestnut streets.
Two College seniors have created an online market for special skills tutoring.
Drexel University’s “Chestnut Square” project — a plan to transform an area on Chestnut Street — is now underway.
Less fat, carbs, calories, sodium — menus are trimming down along with people’s waistlines.
Crave, a bar and lounge located in the back of The Rave movie theater, opened its doors Wednesday afternoon.
Energy company PECO put a new substation to use earlier this month, replacing one that was over 100 years old.
The Rave at 40th and Walnut streets is hoping to satisfy student cravings.
MidAtlantic Restaurant & Tap Room — located at the University City Science Center on 37th and Market streets — will permanently close its doors on Feb. 24.
Fine Wine & Good Spirits — located at 41st and Market streets — permanently closed on Saturday, Jan. 14, to the surprise of many students.
Beginning this June, Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar will be adding to the competition of the local food and beverage scene.
Though many students on campus have never heard of Harvest Seasonal Grill & Wine Bar, they are excited to try the new types of food that it will offer.