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Chef and co-owner Erin O’Shea cures her St. Louis-style pork ribs overnight with sugar and salt before smoking them with red oak and braising with chipotle, root beer and orange juice. When ordered, the ribs hit the grill again to be glazed with housemade Old Faithful barbecue sauce.
Percy Street Barbecue is bringing back its all-you-can-eat ribs every Wednesday night. The deal includes ribs as well as fries, coleslaw and cornbread. Chef and co-owner Erin O’Shea cures her St. Louis-style pork ribs overnight with sugar and salt before smoking them with red oak and braising with chipotle, root beer and orange juice. When ordered, the ribs hit the…
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Jason Peters said he wanted someone similar to Andy Reid. “He’s like a father figure to all the players. You just kind of didn’t want to let him down so you always played hard for the guy,” he said. “Somebody like him.”
Lurie received player input before heading out on search.
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You’re sending a message with your cold-weather gear – make sure it’s the right one.
You’re sending a message with your cold-weather gear – make sure it’s the right one.
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This home on Kenilworth Road in Villanova was built on top of a 215-year-old springhouse that was original to the property—and the strong stone walls are still on display in the home's lower level.
It's actually a 215-year-old secret, but you get the point.
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During her shining, campy set, the pint-sized diva dished on Wawa, her West Chester roots, and sang her most popular 'Wicked' hit to an absent Donald Trump.
During her shining, campy set, the pint-sized diva dished on Wawa, her West Chester roots, and sang her most popular 'Wicked' hit to an absent Donald Trump.
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But as the number of spaces has dropped, so too has the number of cars parking in them, says the Planning Commission. Why? On-street parking is so cheap, comparatively.
But as the number of spaces has dropped, so too has the number of cars parking in them, says the Planning Commission. Why? On-street parking is so cheap, comparatively.
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You've spent hours watching TLC and HGTV. Now here's the chance to put all of that knowledge into action.
You've spent hours watching TLC and HGTV. Now here's the chance to put all of that knowledge into action.
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Frigid temps cause delays of up to 40 minutes on all rail-based travel — regional rail, trolley service, and the Market-Frankford line.
Frigid temps cause delays of up to 40 minutes.
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There are currently 18 buyers "watching" the sweaty-looking effigy.
An antique shop in Beverly Hills is looking to unload a creepy looking Bill Cosby sculpture that it acquired from a wax museum in Belgium.
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Fairmount's A Mano will offer regional Italian fare, moving from northern to southern Italy throughout the year to reflect what is fresh and available in Philadelphia.
Townsend Wentz has received a ton of accolades at his East Passyunk Avenue restaurant Townsend (#5 on the new Best Restaurants list), and he will debut his second restaurant, A Mano in coming weeks. A Mano is a casual Italian BYOB at 2244 Fairmount Avenue, in the Fairmount neighborhood. Wentz is bringing in Michael Millon as…
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Guests rang in 2016 to the theme of the Golden Age of Hollywood, complete with a red carpet, director chairs, and life size cutouts of some of Hollywood glamour couples.
Dillon: Guests rang in 2016 to the theme of the Golden Age of Hollywood, complete with a red carpet, director chairs, and life size cutouts of some of Hollywood glamour couples.
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If your New Year’s resolution is to get back on the workout train but you don’t want to invest in a pricey gym membership to get your sweat on, we’ve got you covered.
Time to sweat off the champagne and holiday cookies from 2015, folks!
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Philadelphia magazine is edited for the area's community leaders and their families. It provides topical, in-depth reports on crucial and controversial issues confronting the region-business trends, political analysis, metropolitan planning, sociological trends, plus critical reviews of the cultural, sports and entertainment scene. Articles range from law enforcement to fashion, voting trends to travel, transportation to theater, also includes background studies of the area's newsmakers.