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Best BBQ In Brotherly Love

BY CHRIS DIBIASE (www.cdibiase.searchphillylistings.com)   Now that the Fourth of July has passed, I guess we can say it’s officially summer. Those who have grills more than likely fired them up already, but some of us in South Philly rely on our neighbors to throw…

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Philly Eats and Phitness

BY JOE RIVERA (www.joe.searchphillylistings.com)   A few years ago Philadelphia ranked as one of the top fattest and unhealthiest cities in the U.S. Since then, the city has strapped on its leg warmers and headbands to fight the battle of the bulge. Living in a…

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All About the Waterfront

BY JOE RIVERA (www.joe.searchphillylistings.com)   Memorial Day marked the unofficial start of summer, and ,if you stayed in Philadelphia like I did, you may have enjoyed some of the great activities the city has to offer. Many Philly residents traditionally flock\ down the shore for…

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Morning Searches Are Most Important

BY MICHELLE FEDERMAN (www.michelle.searchphillylistings.com)   When running a successful business or looking to buy, sell or invest in real estate, it may seem like there are never enough hours in the day. Tapping into the power of mornings, a time of day when there are…

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The Tree at My Window

BY CHUCK BISCHOF (www.chuck.searchphillylistings.com)   When I first moved to Washington Square West ten years ago, one of the things that made my apartment really feel like a home was the tree outside my second story window. When in full bloom, it blocked the view into my…

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The Front Door

BY JOE RIVERA (www.joe.searchphillylistings.com)   Every day we walk in and out of our home’s front door and don’t think much of it. However, if you think about it, that door is seen by thousands of people that walk or drive by. Why not pay…