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Sunday, Mar 29, 2015 at 07:33 AM EDT

'Love Run' Road Closures

The Love Run on Sunday, March 29 starts and ends at Eakins Oval, taking participants past the city's most adored landmarks and causing road closures throughout Center City and parts of West Philadelphia. »

Alcohol Coming to Smaller Delaware Restaurants

Alcohol Coming to Smaller Delaware Restaurants

Smaller Delaware restaurants will now be allowed to apply for a liquor license under a bill signed into law Monday. »

Wawa Coming to Broad Street

Wawa Coming to Broad Street

Wawa is coming to the Avenue of the Arts. »

School Dismisses Player for Vulgar Mo'ne Tweet

School Dismisses Player for Vulgar Mo'ne Tweet

The university in Pennsylvania said it was "deeply saddened" by the player's tweet. »

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Get Free Water Ice Today

Freebie tradition for first day of spring returns. »

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Mo'ne Asks Pa. University to Reinstate Player

"Everyone makes mistakes and everyone needs a second chance,” said Davis. »

Artist Transforms Gallery with Wall-to-Wall Matzo

Artist Transforms Gallery with Wall-to-Wall Matzo

With Passover just around the corner, one Philadelphia artist has a new take on the holiday's staple food — matzo. »

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Need Travel Ideas?

The Travel and Adventure Show set up shop at the Pennsylvania Convention Center this weekend. It's designed to provide people with travel ideas and more! »

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Brzezinski to Give Away $10K if You 'Know Your Value'

"Morning Joe" co-host Mika Brzezinski will give women nationwide the chance to win $10,000 to "further their lives and careers" as part the upcoming "Know Your Value" tour, she and the NBCUniversal News Group... »

High Street on Market to Open New York Location

High Street on Market to Open New York Location

Less than two years since its debut in Philadelphia, restaurant High Street on Market will be taking on New York. »

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Atlantic City on the Brink

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