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Is Philadelphia Developing An Identity Crisis?

PHILADELPHIA (CBS)– Philadelphia, known as the city of neighborhoods, seems to be developing a bit of an identity crisis.

Among the many changes that come with gentrification are new names for sections of neighborhoods. 140 more words

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Horde Of Cockroaches Invade Philadelphia Neighborhood

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Residents of a Bridesburg neighborhood are breathing easier now that they’ve beaten back an invasion of insects.

It sounds like a science fiction movie, but this was real. 221 more words

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SEPTA Celebrates 1 Millionth Quick Trip Customer

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — SEPTA celebrated a milestone and one of its subway riders on Friday.

“I’m the millionth guy! Alright!!” said James Dutko, after being greeted by Septa staff, fanfare music, balloons, and prizes along the concourse beneath Dilworth Park. 145 more words

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Doylestown Native P!nk To Kick Off Atlantic City's Summer Beachfest Concert Series

ATLANTIC CITY, N.J. (CBS) — Atlantic City kicks off its Summer Beachfest Concert Series Wednesday night with a performance by Doylestown native and three-time Grammy winner P!nk. 214 more words

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Philabundance Free Farmers Market Gets Donation From Toyota

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Philabundance has received a charitable shot in the arm for one of its more popular food giveaway programs.

As they do every Friday, hundreds of people descended on a church parking lot in Upper Darby to snap up fresh carrots, peppers, and other produce at one of 11 free farmers markets provided by Philabundance. 143 more words

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TSA Officials Offer Tips For Summer Travel

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — As summer travel heats up, the Transportation Security Administration is giving advice on how to take some of the hassle out of your journey. 205 more words

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'Make Music' Festival Brings Pop Up Performances To Philly

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — The first day of summer was marked by music all across Philadelphia as part of the annual Make Music Philly festival.

Beneath a canopy of shady trees in Rittenhouse Square, nine men formed a circle as they played bluegrass music for a lunchtime crowd. 133 more words

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