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June 10, 2016 | $util.encode.html($!item.byline), $util.encode.html($!item.bycredit)
Shopping malls on the East Coast where Primark is leasing space that used to be Sears stores: King of Prussia Mall (Pa.) Willow Grove Park Mall (Pa.) Freehold Raceway Mall (N.J.) Danbury Fair Mall (Conn.) Staten Island Mall (N.Y.) South Shore Plaza Mall (Mass.) Burlington Mall (Mass.)
NEWS
April 14, 2013
IT'S TRASH TIME. Philly Spring Cleanup, the annual anti-litter event that last year mobilized 12,000 volunteers, returns Saturday with more than 500 locations around the city. In its sixth year, the cleanup encourages city residents to take to the streets with brooms and gloves, and cleanse a city with a serious litter issue. Residents collect more than 1 million pounds of trash each year. How it works is the city relies on community organizations to help recruit volunteers and initiate projects.
BUSINESS
October 23, 2012 | By Harold Brubaker, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
LA Weight Loss said it is closing 22 locations in the Philadelphia and Harrisburg regions, a move that will cost 55 people their jobs. That includes 16 stores and 45 employees in the Philadphia area. The Toronto company said it would encourage its 1,500 clients to use its online and telephone support program. The company blamed "changing client behavior and a lingering recession" for the decision to close the stores, which officially closed Monday, but will remain accessible this week to customers who meet with their weight-loss consultants to set up a transition plan.
NEWS
April 26, 2011 | By Peter Mucha, Inquirer Staff Writer
In honor of National Pretzel Day - for real - Philly Pretzel Factory is handing out free soft pretzels today at its more than 100 locations. Sixty are in Pennsylvania, 38 in New Jersey, with a handful in Delaware, and one or two in five other states. Locations can be found at www.phillysoftpretzelfactory.com/#/locations . No purchase necessary, the company says. Lancaster pretzel-maker H.K. Anderson also has a kind of giveaway. "The contest is simple," says spokesman Steve Robinson.
NEWS
December 6, 2011
Ikea, the Swedish home furnishings retailer with U.S. headquarters in Conshohocken, on Tuesday announced plans to install 45,360 solar panels on ten locations in the southern United States. The panels will have a generating capacity of 10.7 megawatts. The retailer already has 23 solar systems installed or under way. The ten new locations will increase the company's solar presence to 75 percent of its U.S. locations.    - Andrew Maykuth
NEWS
September 25, 2012 | By Peter Mucha, Inquirer Staff Writer
It's National Coffee Week and several retailers are giving away free cups. Participating East Coast McDonald's locations - 5,000 in all, says a company rep - will be pouring free small cups each day through Saturday of Premium Roast Coffee. To find a location, go to www.mcdonalds.com , click "locations" and punch in a town or zip code. To see the ad for the offer, scroll below the map, find the store, and click "Restaurant Homepage. " Participating 7-Eleven stores will be dispensing large free 20-ounce cups from 6 a.m. to 10 a.m. Friday, Sept.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 27, 2013
Circle Thrift 2233 Frankford Ave., 215-423-1222 1125 S. Broad St., 215-468-0645 circlethrift.com Goodwill Various locations, goodwill.org ORT Resale 29 S. 19th St., 215-563-2377 Philly AIDS Thrift 710 S. 5th St., 215-922-3186 phillyaidsthrift.com. The Second Mile Center 214 S. 45th St., 215-662-1663 thesecondmilecenter.org. 2nd Avenue and Village Thrift Various locations, 2ndavestores.com.
TRAVEL
February 12, 2012
Travelocity experts looked at locations, deals, reviews, and overall hotel romance to compile this alphabetical list of 14 locations for a Valentine's Day getaway. Read more at travelocity.com. Arizona Biltmore, Phoenix Chicago South Loop Hotel, Chicago. The Edgewater, Seattle Embassy Suites by Hilton Niagara Falls Fallsview, Ontario. Emily Morgan Hotel, San Antonio Flatotel, New York, N.Y. Four Seasons Vancouver, Vancouver, B.C. Hotel Provincial, New Orleans, La. Lake Eve Resort, Orlando Lavender Inn by the Sea, Santa Barbara, Calif.
NEWS
May 18, 2016 | By Stephanie Farr, Staff Writer
Nearly $5.5 million collected from fines for red-light violations at 28 Philadelphia intersections will fund 23 safety-improvement projects in 18 municipalities across the state, Gov. Wolf announced Monday. The biggest chunk of money - $2.8 million - will go to five projects in Philadelphia, including $1 million for safety improvements at 30 to 50 "crash locations," according to a news release. Michael Carroll, acting commissioner of the Philadelphia Streets Department, said the city would have three years in which to identify the sites and use the Automated Red Light Enforcement grant.
NEWS
June 20, 1996 | The Philadelphia Inquirer / BARRY GUTIERREZ
Life on the street was particularly wretched yesterday for Barry Johnson, who tried to keep dry on a steam grate at the corner of 15th and Spring Garden Streets. Today may be another miserable one as the rains keep coming; some locations can expect two or more inches.
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June 10, 2016 | $util.encode.html($!item.byline), $util.encode.html($!item.bycredit)
Shopping malls on the East Coast where Primark is leasing space that used to be Sears stores: King of Prussia Mall (Pa.) Willow Grove Park Mall (Pa.) Freehold Raceway Mall (N.J.) Danbury Fair Mall (Conn.) Staten Island Mall (N.Y.) South Shore Plaza Mall (Mass.) Burlington Mall (Mass.)
FOOD
May 27, 2016 | By Michael Klein, Staff Writer
Ruth's Chris Steak House returns to Center City early next month, taking space on a revitalized stretch of Market Street just north of Rittenhouse Square. Marsha Brown is making a multimillion-dollar investment, just as she did three decades ago when she arrived from the chain's hometown, New Orleans. Back then, though, the location itself did not matter, she said. She fell hard for the Beaux Arts office tower at Broad and Spruce Streets built for the Atlantic Refining Co. The neighborhood was far from prime.
NEWS
May 18, 2016 | By Stephanie Farr, Staff Writer
Nearly $5.5 million collected from fines for red-light violations at 28 Philadelphia intersections will fund 23 safety-improvement projects in 18 municipalities across the state, Gov. Wolf announced Monday. The biggest chunk of money - $2.8 million - will go to five projects in Philadelphia, including $1 million for safety improvements at 30 to 50 "crash locations," according to a news release. Michael Carroll, acting commissioner of the Philadelphia Streets Department, said the city would have three years in which to identify the sites and use the Automated Red Light Enforcement grant.
NEWS
April 1, 2016 | By Jacob Adelman, STAFF WRITER
Center City restaurant, cafe and live-music venue Milkboy has a new landlord: Thomas Jefferson University Hospitals. The health-care network purchased the 1100 Chestnut St. building occupied by the popular spot last week for $2.1 million, according to Tom Lussenhop, president of Philadelphia developer U3 Ventures, which sold the property. A U3 affiliate bought the two-story, 3,330-square-foot building in 2007 for $2 million, according to records filed with the city. Jefferson spokeswoman Jacqueline Kozloski did not immediately respond to a message asking about its plans for the property.
NEWS
February 19, 2016 | By Jacob Adelman, STAFF WRITER
Arlington, Va.-based coworking space operator MakeOffices is opening a second Philadelphia location at 1635 Market St., the company said in a release on Wednesday. The new 56,776-square-foot space over three floors at the Center City office building is scheduled to open in July, according to the company, which was known as UberOffices until its rebranding late last year. MakeOffices's first Philadelphia location, a 24,000-square-foot space at the Two Commerce Square complex at 2001 Market St., officially opens on Thursday.
BUSINESS
February 17, 2016 | By Alan J. Heavens, REAL ESTATE WRITER
The subject was water. Waterline location, to be exact. Seated at a conference table on the second floor of Hopeworks 'N Camden at 543 State St. were four people who knew how to locate shutoff valves with pinpoint accuracy in the event of an emergency. The four - Chris Newbill, Michael Evans, and Gregory Coleman, and their boss, Luis Olivieri - are the GIS (geographic information system) team at Hopeworks, a tech-job-training nonprofit. They have been using GPS technology to map the locations of the mains and valves in Camden neighborhoods.
BUSINESS
January 14, 2016 | By Jacob Adelman, STAFF WRITER
Coworking-space operator Benjamin's Desk is doubling its footprint at the Curtis Building at Washington Square and leasing more space near its original location near Rittenhouse Square, the company said Tuesday. Benjamin's Desk is leasing a second floor of 9,550 square feet at the Curtis and will occupy 2,500 square feet at 1611 Walnut Street, according to a news release. Companies taking space at the Curtis include alumni-engagement-app developer Tassl and education nonprofit 12Plus.
BUSINESS
January 12, 2016
Yards Brewing Co. sells enough beer - 42,000 barrels last year - that it is running out of space at the 40,000-square-foot plant it opened in 2007 on Delaware Avenue, a few blocks north of the Ben Franklin Bridge. The brewery - Yards' third since president Tom Kehoe opened the original tiny plant in Manayunk 22 years ago - is crowded with 22 shining 200-barrel fermenter tanks; cold storage; a loading dock; a research lab; a tasting room/restaurant, which opens at noon daily; and offices, all in the riverside neighborhood near the SugarHouse Casino.
NEWS
December 25, 2015 | By Melanie Burney, Staff Writer
An Atlantic City pastor was searching for a miracle so he could relocate his small church to a safer home. A retired Jewish businessman from Cherry Hill was looking to sell a parcel of land valued at $75,000 to $125,000. Together, they settled on a price: $0. It may have been the holiday spirit, or a blessing. Either way, prayers were answered for the City of Hope Worship Outreach Center and Pastor Kenneth Applewhite. "It was a feel-good type of thing. I wanted to do it, and I did it," James Horowitz, 82, said of his decision to donate the vacant land on the Black Horse Pike in Egg Harbor Township, N.J., so the congregation could build a new church.
NEWS
December 8, 2015 | By Jonathan Takiff, Inquirer Staff Writer
New research from Penn Medicine suggests that environmental predictors and behavioral choices - where you go and how you get there - can mitigate or increase the risks of exposure to violence by gunfire and other weapons. Penn researchers interviewed 10- to 24-year-old males, primarily African Americans - just after they were treated for gunshot wounds or other injuries from violence - at the emergency trauma centers of the Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania and the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia.
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