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The Top 5 Things You Need To Know Before Moving to Philadelphia

Beyond being one of the most historically and culturally rich places in the United States, Philadelphia is an incredible place to call home. Philadelphia was just recently named the sixth largest city in the US, coming in just behind the rapidly growing Phoenix, Arizona. Festivals, art, local cuisine and diverse cultural offerings are just a…

Local Business Spotlight: Fairmount Flavors, 2004 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Behind the Business: Ice cream is always a good idea and keeping a beloved ice cream shop on Fairmount Avenue was an easy decision. Rebranding it to Fairmount Flavors and revamping the menu breathed new life into the ice cream shop that the neighborhood of Fairmount had known and loved.  Why Fairmount: The convenience of…

15 Ways to Make The Most of Your Tiny Backyard

As many of you have probably experienced, big cities have a lot going for them, but spacious backyards aren’t one of them. City homeowners have always struggled to transform tight, narrow or awkwardly shaped backyards into comfortable, functional extensions of the home. But  when it comes to backyards, bigger isn’t always better. Especially if you…

Local Business Spotlight: Fare, 2028 Fairmount Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19130

Behind the Business: Fare was opened back in 2014 with the intention of bringing the popular “farm-to-table” trend to the residents of Fairmount. They achieve this by really focusing their menu to include local and sustainable ingredients, vendors, and local merchants and purveyors. Not only is the food local but the owners are as well. Being residents…

9 Ways To Organize Your Bedroom This Summer

The most organized and serene rooms all have several things in common: lighting, storage,minimal decor, furniture, and organizational prowess. One thing you will never find in a sereneroom is clutter. When you organize your spaces, you systematically organize your life. Whetheryou are going to sleep at night or getting up in the morning, a little…