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There are breweries. There are wineries. Then there is Carbon Copy.
Driving the news: The city's first brewery and winery combo is in the works for West Philly at the site of the Dock Street Brewery, which ended its 15-year run at the end of May.
Students and staff in district schools must wear face masks when classes resume later this month.
- Yes, but: Only for two weeks.
The African American Museum in Philadelphia (AAMP) is moving to the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Driving the news: The city revealed Thursday that it will redevelop the massive, long-vacant classical building known as the Family Court Building on the Parkway at 1801 Vine St., which will house the African American museum and other tenants.
Eagles preseason kicks off against the New York Jets at 7:30pm Friday at Lincoln Financial Field.
Here's a preview of this year's Birds team.
With Philly's tight housing supply, new gems aren't so easy to come by. But this week's roundup of especially swoon-worthy homes might have you fooled.
Why we love it: From the enclosed porch with tile flooring to the bay window in the primary bedroom, there's a lot to love about this townhouse.
I'm just gonna get right to it with a hot take: the best cheesesteak in Philly isn't at any of the usual suspects but from the humble Filipino food cart Tabachoy.
- Their soy marinade makes sure the meat is flavorful and juicy, instead of the dry blandness you can get elsewhere. And it's got "chili-vin whiz" and fried shallots!
The Kenney administration is firing 83 city employees over its COVID-19 vaccine mandate, while thousands of others have won exemptions.
Why it matters: The terminations, announced on Tuesday, mark the end of the city's effort to fully enforce its vaccine mandate, which was announced in December 2021 but delayed several times due to pushback from police and firefighters unions.
Federal health officials and the city's top leaders pledged at a closed-door meeting Wednesday to boost collaboration around efforts to reduce soaring levels of violence in Philadelphia.
Yes, but: The meeting didn't lead to any new anti-violence solutions, officials told reporters after it ended.