Mt. Airy/Germantown
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In mid-2019, the space was taken over by lifelong chef Joe Vargas and reopened as South Philly Italian Kitchen. more
The vibrant arts and culture scene in Northwest Philadelphia will be celebrated Saturday, Sept. 9, with the Mt. Airy Arts Festival. more
After spending $6.7 million renovating Mt. Airy’s Lovett Library, officials have discovered a humidity issue that has forced periodic closures. more
A collaborative of Mt. Airy neighborhood organizations has been awarded a $400,000 grant that will help fund the continued implementation of a revitalization plan. more
Commonwealth Youthchoirs, a nonprofit choral music education organization based in Germantown, named Jameson Gilpatrick as its new executive director.  … more
No matter what befalls their new eatery, Toska Restaurant & Brewery, it will be a picnic compared to what the owners endured in Kosovo. more
It’s hard to discern exactly why, but more families are sending their children to their public catchment schools.  more
The former Germantown High School appears to have finally begun a slow transformation.  more
The Mt. Airy CDC held a ribbon-cutting ceremony last week for “The Community Reading Nest,” a new literacy installation for children. more
The city’s zoning board denied a special exception request from the owners of J’Excellence, an event hall located at 5-7 W. Mt. Airy Ave. more
Mt. Airy neighbors overwhelmingly rejected a business owner’s proposal to operate an event space on 5-7 W. Mt. Airy Ave. more
The Rev. Rayford Emmons, the first African American Catholic priest in the Archdiocese of Philadelphia, is entering his 50th year of service. more
The conflict between the founder of the Mt Airy Art Garage and its current board members appears unlikely to end soon. more
It has become so easy to order books online that one would think it must be impossible for a small bookstore to survive. Yet this one does. more
Three Northwest Philadelphia residents won national recognition with Hometown Media Awards for their work with PhillyCAM. more
An unkempt piece of land will soon become a community hub where Mt. Airy residents can plant vegetables, tend to trees and explore nature.  more
With her appointment to lead the Philadelphia Police Department’s 14th District, Capt. Tanisha Richardson is, in a way, coming home. more
Pete Merzbacher insists he was so busy making his popular baked goods that he did not even realize he was part of a winning team.  more
Two zoning issues will be discussed at the West Mt. Airy Neighbors zoning committee meeting on Aug. 2. more
Award-winning young adult author Elizabeth Acevedo will discuss her new book, “Family Lore,” at a book signing on Aug. 7. more
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