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KelseyRae Semon knew she wanted to be a cheerleader since she saw her older sister cheer at Frankford Boys Club for their football team....

Pedal Power

Last Wednesday morning, Christian Guinan parked along Kensington Avenue in a black Toyota Tundra with nine bicycles loaded into the bed. The bikes, which...

A colorful scene

Fishtown residents can now connect with their neighborhood in a new, colorful way. Fishtown Neighbors Association released the inaugural edition of the “Around Fishtown” coloring...

A site grows in Philly

As Philly readies for spring to sweep the city, it’ll have a new resource to engage in nature at all levels. Sandi Vincenti and Bernard...

Clean sweep

With spring just around the corner, annual citywide cleanups packed with hundreds of volunteers may look slightly different this year amid the pandemic. That doesn’t...

Home, sweet home

When Bridesburg native Adam Gault began fostering Petey in September, things were looking anywhere but up. The pup’s longtime, former owner, the late St. John...

Time Out: Leprechaun Sports Association

The Leprechauns Sports Association clubhouse in Port Richmond should be brimming with excitement about the program’s 60th anniversary.  Instead, sustainability for the future is the...

Time Out: Bridesburg Cougars

Every facet of daily life has been impacted in the River Wards and beyond by the COVID-19 pandemic, sports being no exception.  Star is checking...

Food for the soul

Next month will mark 12 months since COVID-19 was declared a national pandemic, which also signifies a more positive anniversary: one whole year since...

Kensington’s Salem Snow to challenge Boyle for U.S. House seat

Kensington resident Salem Snow, who bills himself as “a grassroots left-wing alternative to establishment politicians,” has announced a run for Congress. Snow will challenge...

Unpacking riverfront fun

With COVID-19 restrictions stopping residents from enjoying the usual day-to-day activities, businesses and organizations came up with creative solutions the last few months, and...

From Marge to Mrs. Claus

  More children and adults alike in Fishtown may know neighborhood native Margaret “Marge” Wible simply as Mrs. Claus. The 400 block of Miller Street resident...

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