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City of Nutterly Love? Philadelphians offer some early indications on the mayor’s chances of re-election. Page 8

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sTAge 34 Pretty Fucked Up That Pretty Pretty writes its feminist manfesto in blood.

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Feedback flavor comes from the sea. The peat? That’s the part of Laphroig (or of any other Scots whisky) that tastes like peat. MJ

via philadelphiaweekly.com Village Whiskey may have an extensive Scotch list, but the prices are ridiculously exorbitant. I love Garces’ food and restaurants, but for a couple drams at VW I could buy a whole bottle of a good single malt to last me weeks. Get real Jose! RC

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Regarding Aaron Kase’s investigation into vacant lots in the city: Walking through the Northeast, where I’ve lived for several years, this morning I again thought about how wonderful it is that we have all these beautiful overgrown lots in our city, and how important it is for us to keep these moments of nature in our sight. Not prepared parks of flat grass and trees (though those are important too), but spaces of spontaneity and growth, giving us relief from endless walls of construction and property, and a chance to look at the way our planet works beyond our interventions and domination of it. Even the accumulations of trash in the cauldrons of these vacant spaces can be food for thought for us as we pass through our neighborhoods. I was thinking how sad it is that my neighborhood will become slowly more gentrified, and the land more valuable, till all the lots are bought up, and those who live there are surrounded by nothing but brick and concrete and everything is owned. This article seems obliviously onesided.

Regarding Brian Freedman’s recent review of new restaurant Barbuzzo: Totally agree, this is my favorite new restaurant opened in the last year. Love the open kitchen and warm, cozy, crowded dining room. I had the mussels as an appetizer and the meatballs as an entree, and I can’t wait to go back to try the rest of the menu. Wonderful! LUCY

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Regarding a music feature with Lady Alma: Great album and awesome vocalist. You will certainly get a treat when you see a Lady Alma performance and the band as a whole. ANDRE

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Regarding last week’s lush life about where to find Laphroaig whisky in the city: Laphroig is my favorite of the single malts, although I’m partial to most of the Islays. That taste like iodine IS iodine and is characteristic of all Islays, which are buried in wooden casks in sea caves below water level. The iodine

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Brewing Up Business

Girard Avenue entrepreneurs get a little help from neighbors. By Randy LoBasso

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in Brewerytown. They asked her a second time, but Vendetti says she was sick of the headaches associated with opening a business; each Mugshots needed to be licensed separately. When she expanded the Fairmount Mugshots in 2008, she says, there were more problems than what she experienced the first time around—new zoning, new health inspections, getting additional support from the neighborhood, and the idea that while waiting for approval from the city, she was losing money. “Then,” she says, “MM Partners came to me and said, ‘There’s a grant available through the city, the Merchant’s Fund, why don’t you apply for that?’” She did. The Merchants Fund, a local charity dedicated to giving grants to small businesses, had $50,000 available. “We said, ‘The way [the grant is] written, you’re the prime candidate they’re looking for,’” says Roller, recalling his conversation with Vendetti. “They want someone who has a track record. They want to know that if they’re putting up $50,000, it’s not going to be something that will open and close.” The Merchant’s Fund grant had to be matched, and not wanting to let their plans shift mid-stream, MM Partners personally guaranteed another $50,000 for Mugshots. “We essentially said [to Vendetti], ‘Here’s

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seven shells on the 2900 block of Girard Avenue, which had looked like they were crack houses—some of them literally were crack houses,” says Roller, who co-manages MM Partners with Waxman. “We came to the realization that we wanted Brewerytown to reach its full potential, so, of course, we had to focus on Girard.” The two began buying up as much space on Girard as they could get their hands on and, to bring in more foot traffic to the area, they decided to help entrepreneurs open new businesses in their properties. “We are constantly dealing with … zoning and building permits, but most people aren’t like us,” Roller says. “Most people don’t know what they’re getting into.” Really, MM has been acting as pressurerin-chief, taking the lead in attracting businesses to the neighborhood by walking them through the complicated web of city ordinances and business grants. Their first project—the “icebreaker” of the neighborhood, says Roller—is Mugshots, a coffee shop with locations in Fairmount and Manayunk. After years of rumors and false starts, the third location opened on the 2800 block of Girard, next to a deli and a Rita’s Water Ice. “[MM Partners] came to me they said ‘We want you to open up a Mugshots.’ I said no,” says owner Angela Vendetti, who lives

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It’s no secret: Philadelphia’s not the kindest place for emerging small businesses. And there’s been a lot of outrage lately to back that up. Most recently, the Arlington, Va.-based Institute of Justice, a libertarian, civil-liberties law firm, released a scathing report that details our city’s out-of-date, confusing permitting and licensing, taxation and zoning codes, using the stories of several city entrepreneurs to illustrate its point. “As things stand, the mission of the city’s various offices and bureaucracies appears to be to stymie the creation of new businesses wherever possible,” concludes the report, “No Brotherly Love For Entrepreneurs: It’s Never Sunny For Philadelphia’s Small Businesses.” But in spite of the city’s complicated licensing process, a few young entrepreneurs, a community development corporation and a couple real-estate agents are placing a bet: They’re going to develop Brewerytown into the city’s next great neighborhood by transforming Girard Avenue into a commercial hub. And they’re going to help emerging small businesses make it happen. Two years ago, after conducting several residential rehab projects in the area, realestate moguls David Waxman and Jacob Roller decided to partner up and focus on developing West Girard Avenue, specifically form 25th to 31st streets. “Dave … did

$100,000 of free money,’” says Roller. Vendetti and MM Partners won the grant in March 2010. And with MM’s money came MM’s help. They took over the majority of dealings with the city. “They had an attorney who represented us at the zoning hearing,” Vendetti says. “I dealt with the architect but [MM Partners] managed the construction. And I dealt with the health department.” Which she says was the biggest annoyance—the agency’s lack of communication with the building inspectors. When Vendetti was expanding her Fairmount shop, she says the building inspector OK’d a doublesided sink that the health inspector had not. The sink then had to be rebuilt with new faucets and re-piped. The health inspector also required new splashguards between the sinks, which have since amounted to lots of bruised elbows. “It was like, boom,” she says. “Another thousand dollars.” For potential business owners not as experienced or lucky as Vendetti, the Brewerytown Community Development Corporation offers help to its neighbors and potential entrepreneurs. In fact, Philly’s zoning and licensing codes are so confusing that the city actually pays the CDC to teach people how to navigate them. That the city pays for such a service is not surprising considering some of the stories featured in the IJ’s report: business owners jumping through hoops, cutting deals with the city, getting special deals to sell already existing products with each other (for instance, a sandwich instead of bread and cold cuts separately), and dealing with parking spaces, trash, awnings, signs and sidewalk dining. The list goes on. Yet despite these findings, revitalization remains a slow and often painful process. The city, for instance, is blocking one of the CDC’s main goals: to bring a grocery store into the neighborhood. For that they can thank Councilman Darrell Clarke, who in 2005 got a bill passed that prohibits the “retail sale of bakery goods, confectionery goods, fruits, vegetables, groceries, meat and/or seafood where the use exceeds 1,000 square feet of floor area.” Oh, and not to mention the “retail sale of drugs and cosmetics.” The reason behind the bill? To “protect the existing residential and commercial properties which are within and which surround this district and are critical to the vitality of this section of the City.” Ah, well that explains it. Thankfully, new zoning laws are currently working their way through City Council. Hopefully, they’ll get passed. Knowing Council though, they very well won’t. Though not everyone’s complaining. “For this construction on Girard,” says Vendetti, “I feel like everything was easier. The space was smaller, so it didn’t have to adhere to as many regulations. And I, personally, didn’t have to deal with everything this time around [because of the MM Partners’ involvement].” n

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THE CITY OF NUTTERLY LOVE? Philadelphians offer some early indications on the mayor’s chances of re-election. By Aaron Kase akase@philadelphiaweekly.com

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The boos poured in, loud and strong, while Mayor Michael A. Nutter stood at a podium in front of a huge American flag, chanting “Yes we can! Yes we can!” He was trying to fire up the crowd at an October rally for President Obama in Germantown, but the people jeered instead, letting loose their frustrations with the mayor. Finally, Nutter gave up, waved briefly and walked away from the microphone, a grimace of frustration flashing across his face. The rally was in stark contrast to the mayor’s appearance at the South Street Bridge re-opening a month later. “The South Street Bridge is a win for Philadelphia!” he played to the crowd, and the assembled people cheered and cheered. This time when he finished his speech, Nutter posed for pictures and marched across the bridge and down South Street with the West Powelton Steppers drill team, unable to suppress the huge grin spread across his face. The mayor was having fun. Because the mayor is received so differently depending on where he is and what he’s doing, it’s difficult to project what will happen as he prepares to run for re-election next year. After three difficult years in office, his term to date primarily has been defined by huge deficits and massive budget cuts. While the mayor has gotten sympathy for being charged with cleaning up an economic meltdown, he has also faced criticism for cutting police, fire and library services, while not addressing entrenched, intrinsic waste and mismanagement that plagues city government. And while he has taken a lead on a number of progressive issues like sustainable government and LGBT rights, Nutter has taken heat for being out of touch with large parts of Philadelphia, particularly in black neighborhoods—former Mayor John Street went so far as to call Nutter “not a black mayor.” What exactly do the people of Philadelphia think about Nutter? Reliable polling data is scarce. A Pew poll from February found 53 percent approval versus 32 percent disapproval, with 65 percent of white voters approving against only 43 percent of black voters. And a poll by Municpoll in August showed Nutter leading potential primary challenger Sam Katz by 38 to 34 percent, with 28 percent undecided. Neither survey tells us much: One is nearly a year old, and the other based on a hypothetical race that Katz has already announced he will not participate in. Other potential challengers have been eyeing a primary bid against the mayor, among them former contender Tom Knox and likely future candidate Councilman Bill Green. Nutter’s detractors tend to be high-profile and outspoken, but until somebody steps up to the plate to actually challenge the mayor in the polls, their denunciations grow stale. We already know what they think about Nutter. What we want to know is what you think, not John Street but the man on the street, the average Philadelphian, the actual voters Nutter will need to woo come election season. PW fanned out into the neighborhoods to find out people’s feelings on the mayor in general, as well as on specific issues. Here’s what you had to say:

General Impressions Ronald Story, 42, homeless peer counselor, Southwest Philly: So far, what I hear is he doing good. He doing what he has to do. I can’t really speak bad about the guy. Faith Corman, 48, Center City, jewelry artist: He’s well-intentioned. I know he’s trying to do some things for the arts. In fact, City Hall does have an additional art forum they opened up, Room 116 in addition to the regular arts program they have. I see him around at a lot of things supporting the arts. Mayors like to get their faces out, but the types of things he comes to show where his support and interest lie. People are so impatient with such short attention spans, that I think they lose a sense of reality that things cannot be done like that … I think at some point you feel good about someone to vote for, not just because they’re the lesser of two evils but because you really support them, you have to give them a little trust that they’re making the best decisions that they can. Vote for Nutter in 2011? I’ll want to see who he’s running against, but I suspect that I will. Mike McFarland, 20, Temple student, Bustleton: I don’t agree with a lot of what I’ve heard about his policies, but he’s done an OK job in general … it hasn’t gotten any better, but it hasn’t got that much worse. Vote for Nutter in 2011? Yeah, I’d vote for him again. Stephanie Singer, 46, 8th District Democratic ward leader, Rittenhouse: I think he’s cleaned up some things and there are things that would not have come to light under a different administration, like the situation at PHA. I think he’s instituted some good government practices. The [city’s] website is a million times more useful than it was before and I think that was his leadership. I think that even though the 311 did not succeed it’s something that should succeed at some point. Bonnie Davis, 63, retired, Center City: I think he’s great. I think he cares about reducing the deficit. I’m for him all the way. Everything he does is for Philly. And if it hurts some people, that’s a shame. You know a lot of people are gonna be hurting in the next couple years. I was in a shelter and he helped out there. Vote for Nutter in 2011? Oh yeah. Richard Emmons, 26, bartender, Manayunk: I know one thing about Nutter. He pissed me off, man. One year ago. Canada offered Philadelphia this machine that took care of the snow, and Nutter paid no attention. So it went to New York, eventually, and it was a hit ... and we got fucked. You remember how bad the snow last year was? I like Nutter, I think he’s a good man, but I think he made a horrible decision there. Vote for Nutter in 2011? I will not

I can't say much about him ... I can't judge nobody. that's the name of the game, that's the world.

Ronald Story, 42 Peer Counselor vote for Nutter, because of the snow thing. I think he’s good, but I won’t vote for him. I don’t know if that’s fucked up. Mickey Majzic, 20, Temple student, Fishtown: I’m not really a fan. In Fishtown he was trying to close down the library, Fishtown rec, the pool. He even made cuts in the police district. I feel like you really can’t cut cops. Same thing, they closed down one of the ladder stations right down the street from my house. I don’t follow it too much, I just know what I see in the streets around my neighborhood. There’s never really a good way to cut the budget, but he could have gone about it a different way. Vote for Nutter in 2011? Probably not. Time for a change I guess. Bradley Holmes, 23, engineer, Manayunk: In this economy, he’s doing the best he can, you know? People feel bad about his policies, like when he tried to close down the libraries and some of that stuff, but he’s just trying to get by. Philly’s surviving. He’s making tough decisions … someone has to make tough decisions or we’ll go bankrupt. Look at Pittsburgh. You wanna end up like that? Nutter is doing an OK job. Just don’t fuck up more. If he fucks up anymore, young people won’t vote for him and you need the young vote to survive. Dwayne Evans, 22, car-wash employee, West Philly: Fuck him. If I catch him, I’m gonna rob him. For me, he didn’t benefit the city at all. He didn’t sign off on the right budget then he cut all the wrong budget. Vote for Nutter in 2011? I don’t believe he’s gonna be voted back in for another performance. William Pendergrass, 51, block captain, North Philly: He’s strict but he’s good. The economy the way it is right now, everybody puts their hand out. I figure he’s trying to do the best that he can to accommodate everybody. It’s hard. Just like me in my neighborhood and my block, it was hard

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Richard Langley, 65, retired, West Philly: I give him a 70-30 rate. Nothing improved, really, but it ain’t getting too much worse. Richard DiNenna, 31, cook, South Philly: I’m not a fan, but I think he did a decent job dealing with a city that financially is a mess. What do you do when you have no money and you’re trying to make things better? You could just keep accumulating the debt, which is pretty much the story of this country, or you could try to make some changes. Nobody’s going to be happy when you cut projects or when you cut funding and raise taxes. I think he tried to actually make the city move forward. It’s one of the toughest cities to please. Angel Correa, 60, shop owner, South Philly: I don’t like [Nutter] at all. He said he would pass his card and phone number around here, he never came. Most of the people that reach out are the committee people. A lot of the small businesses here, we don’t like him. Vote for Nutter in 2011? I won’t vote for him. Marlene Jones, 76, retired mentalhealth worker, North Philly: I’ve been disappointed in him for some things. Every time you turn around there’s a photo op, he’s right there, you can count on him being there, but basically he’s not really performing for all the citizens of Philadelphia. He needs to be in tune with certain situations.

Jennifer Rubin, 40, academic advisor, West Philly: I have good impressions of the mayor. I think that our city has a history of corruption that’s hard to fight against. If you too actively fight against one thing they come down on you, so I think he’s in a pretty difficult situation. Vote for Nutter in 2011? Yes.

William Johnson, 58, homeless, Southwest Philly: Mayor Nutter full of shit. Dude say what he’s gonna do for the people. I voted him in. All I want to know is what he’s gonna do. What he do for the people? He got money…give me a job. Vote for Nutter in 2011? I’m not gonna vote for him next year.

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Bershel Lee, 46, unemployed, Southwest Philly: The man’s doing the best he can do. The economy’s bad. I’m living in the shelter there, man. I lost my job. I lasted out here, man. I lasted 14 months out here before I went that way. I can’t blame it on this man. Vote for Nutter in 2011? If he was to run again I would vote for him. I haven’t seen nobody put themselves in the pool to run against him that I’d vote for.

Philly’s unemployment level has hovered in the 11 percent range all year. The city says its Way to Work Program provided jobs for about 13,000 over the summer, but federal funding ended in September, leaving many employers unable to continue paying their new hires. Meanwhile, Nutter and Council are sparring over competing business-taxreform proposals aimed at making it easier for small businesses to grow and hire workers in Philadelphia. Louis Perez, 25, unemployed, Hunting Park: It’s a lot of predjudice concerning a person like me—been in jail. I just applied for a job at Verizon and I trained with them for a week and it turns out they won’t hire me because I have a criminal background. I was working at McDonald’s; they signed some type of contract that they have to hire people that came out of jail. It’s only these low-paying jobs. It’s crazy. You’re trying to do something better for yourself but you can’t. They look at you like, that’s what you did in the past, he gonna do it again, we don’t want him working for us. They could be making them bigger companies sign them contracts to hire us! So we can work for them, too.

Freddy Pompeii, 63, retired, South Philly: I see too many people walking up and down this block every day aimlessly, looking for work. I know it starts at the top with the White House and then it goes to Harrisburg, but somebody’s not pushing hard enough in Philadelphia. He’s gotta get somebody to push hard for him because we’re still in a recession. Vote for Nutter in 2011? I’ll probably vote for him again unless someone better comes along. Larry Cavalieri, 29, union worker, South Philly: It’s not good right now. It’s really hard. I know a lot of people unemployed, losing houses, losing everything. People I worked with, friends, run out of unemployment, stuck doing nothing. I know of a lot of tax cuts or something to bring more businesses into the city, I don’t even know if he’s doing that or not.

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intelligent man and doing the best he can. Adrian, 20s, Northern Liberties: It’s a floating thing? I don’t think it’s a real bad idea, but it could happen on any given Sunday. If there’s a fire in one particular area, it’ll look like a bad idea. But in the aggregate, in the grand scheme of things, it’s a way to save some money. As long as no one’s getting hurt. Willa Jaffe, 24, actress, Society Hill: Seems illogical to put citizens in danger to save money. There are less important governmental professions whose hours can be cut and affect less people. Jeremy Tamburello, 30, owner of Birch Tree Catering, East Passyunk: If done intelligently, by doing it by mile radius, it can be a good thing. If done wrong it could cost many lives. James McHugh, 64, veteran, Fishtown: Very bad idea. I had a house burn down one time, so I’ve got a personal history. I’m a Vietnam vet so I’ve seen people burn up and all that stuff, and that’s bad. So, it could happen to any of us. Firemen are vital.

Mayor’s Commission on Literacy In September, Nutter re-established the Mayor’s Commission on literacy, appointing a new set of commissioners with a fresh mission to combat illiteracy in Philadelphia, where about 550,000 people have insufficient reading skills to perform basic workplace functions like filling out forms. But to some, the move is overshadowed by the the fact that the mayor has repeatedly placed public library hours on the chopping block while looking for budget savings over the past two years.

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Rubin: I know they were doing rolling closing of fire departments. I found it kind of scary. I support unions protecting workers’ rights but I think they’ve gone too far in Philadelphia. What are they protecting? They make more money than most people in the city here and I think that it’s very difficult to fight that … I think he’s tried his best. I think it’s a difficult thing. You get criticized no matter what you do … I think he’s an

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Fuck him. If I catch him I’m gonna rob him.

Lamont Steptoe, 61, poet, University City: It’s appalling how many people don’t read. And are behind the 8-balls of what they should know at their age level. I think it’s only right to place a greater emphasis on reading, especially our youth. Nutter’s One Book One Philadelphia was a success but needed more diversity than fiction and non-fiction. As a teacher I’ve had youths tell me that writing poetry is empowering; that through the use of rhyme, rhythm and repetition they had found a way to express themselves.

ies have to be open to do that. If it’s just something that’s hush-hush, what good is it? It sounds like something that’s needed, but if the populace don’t know about it, what good is it? Vote for Nutter in 2011? I’m voting against him, whoever is running against him I’m voting for. Dave Manley, 44, Musician, East Falls: Those are the kind of things that most people would be like, ‘Oh.’ ’Cause it’s not sensationalized, it’s not a big issue. If he’s doing that, if he’s quietly getting it done, they need to do a better job of letting people know. Especially something like that, it’s a

had a criminal record. He smokes weed, so what? Taburello: I think this is a slippery slope. Police officers can search individuals without a just cause seems like a privacy invasion. Also seems like a gateway to more violence toward officers. This liberty given to the wrong police official can lead to more corruption and abuse of authority.

Correa: Our communities are going down the drain. How about putting an officer on every corner when the kids get out of school? How about having officers checking small business areas like Street used to do?

Armour: They have more lawsuits going on now because the cops have been harassing people.

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Pompeii: He’s not fucking doing anything for ’em [cops]. It’s not that he’s anti-cop, he’s just not finding the money to get more cops on the force, put cops in the right place, it’s like he’s ignoring them.

Nutter ran for election promising to implement a controversial stop-and-frisk policy, where police stop and search people on the street with “reasonable suspicion.” The American Civil Liberties Union sued the city earlier this month over stop-andfrisk after finding that only eight percent of stops lead to arrest, arguing that the policy amounts to little more than racial profiling of blacks and Hispanics—72 percent of those stopped in 2009 were black. Nutter continues to support stop-andfrisk despite the lawsuit, claiming it has helped keep guns off the street by making criminals think twice before carrying.

Adrian: Crime has taken a serious decline and that’s something that Mayor Nutter definitely needs to be commended for. He’s

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Nutter claims a reduction in crime in the city between 2007 and 2009, naming a 23 percent reduction in homicides, 10.8 percent reduction in violent crime, and 9.7 percent reduction in property crime. However, this year the force has reorganized its deployment schedules in an effort to remain effective despite $13.7 million in budget cuts.

Jones: I don’t feel like you should have it all and other people don’t have anything. There have been plenty of people in this city, owned plenty of things and don’t pay no taxes. But they want to clamp down on the other people, clamp down on the small people who have been working or trying to make it, they want to come take everything you have. William Brown, 52, U.S. Gymnastics Federation, Southwest Philly: Put some money back into the city and stop taking money from the city. That’s the whole thing. He taking money from everybody. He

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because we don’t have parking on the streets they’ve done it on, but I support it.

Jaffe: I feel he is overly criticized for many taxes he imposes for the city. I see nothing wrong with imposing a soda tax. Unfortunate to have to bring about such a tax that will undoubtedly upset people and cut jobs at corporations that employ millions.

Tamburello: Greenworks is absolutely necessary. Municipal officials using green practices set an example. “Practicing what you preach.” Initiative programs should be used for business that use green practices. Tax cuts would encourage companies to make use of green practices instead of doing things cheaply to maximize profits. The greenworks plan will benefit everyone involved.

Dani: Just adding more taxes in general is silly.

Greenworks Philadelphia Philadelphia’s sustainability strategy, aimed at increasing efficiency citywide with measures like buying hybrid cars for the city’s vehicle fleet and adding solar -powered trash compactors to decrease collection trips. The Greenworks program has 15 targets for the city to reach by 2015, among them lower energy consumption, less waste production and more trees in the ground. According to city figures, Philadelphia is already 44 percent along the way toward meeting its six-year goals. Rubin: I know about the bike lanes. I definitely support that. I know it’s difficult

DiNenna: The green thing I think is cool, particularly in this city because we had nothing. It was the bottom of the barrel as far as green goes, so you can only go up.

Steptoe: Philadelphia needs to make better use of rooftops and abandoned lots for gardens as well as using solar energy through panels and wind turbines. Think we should hold our city to the same sanitation standards as Washington, D.C. Philadelphia above and below ground is filthy. The filth we find underground can be used as a metaphor for the corruption behind closed doors (Politics).

LGBT Affairs In October, the mayor raised the rainbow flag in front of City Hall in honor of LGBT history month. It was the first time the gay pride colors had ever flown outside a mu-

nicipal building in Philadelphia. The move was part of a greater outreach program, including hiring Gloria Casarez to be a liaison between the Mayor’s Office and the LGBT community. brooke JinHeeBae boroughs, 30s, photographer/ archivist for LGBT affairs, Center City: I feel that Mayor Nutter, seeing that he has so many responsibilities to this city and the public, he takes the time and has presence with the LGBT community with Gloria Casarez being his guide in those matters. Showing face, it looks like he really has compassion and sensitivity to our community. Seeing how the flag represents the LGBT community, that’s powerful. I think that with the flag raising and seeing it standing there for a month, whether or not you’re aware of the LGBT community you’re gonna know that the rainbow flag means this and this. As an archivist, I’ll look back on this and think “I was there.” Just knowing that he took part in that. McFarland: That’s cool, I’m all for that. Why not? It’s great that they’re actually taking the initiave and embracing the culture. Lamar, 30s, North Philly: I’m for it, equal opportunity’s for everybody, so I’m all for it. Adrian: A rainbow flag outside City Hall? That’s not good. Not at City Hall. I mean, that’s cool, the gay community and all. If

People are so impatient... I think they lose a sense of reality... I STILL feel good about him.

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Properties to be sold by John D. Green, Esq., Sheriff on Tuesday, December 7, 2010 at First District Plaza, 3801 Market Street, at 10:00 AM. (EST)

Taxes, (BRT) “brtweb.phila.gov” for a fuller description of the properties listed. Properties can be looked up by the BRT number – which should be cross checked with the address. Prospective purchasers are also directed to the Philadelphia Department of Records, at Room 154 City Hall, 215-686-1483 and to its website at http://philadox.phila.gov where they can view the deed to each individual property and find the boundaries of the property. PROSPECTIVE PURCHASERS ARE RESPONSIBLE FOR DETERMINING THE NATURE, LOCATION, CONDITION AND BOUNDARIES OF THE PROPERTIES THEY SEEK TO PURCHASE. The “BRT #” refers to a unique number assigned by the City Bureau of Revision of Taxes to each property in the City for the purpose of assessing it for taxes. This number can be used to obtain descriptive information about the property from the BRT website. Effective Date: July 7, 2006

ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS OF THE ESTATE OF ORLANDIS LIMEHOUSE C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 01080 $49,012.45 Daniel J. Mancini, Esq. 276-304 621 Fitzgerald St. 19148 39th Wd 904 sq. ft. BRT# 393109300 Improvements: Residential Property CHRISTOPHER ROSATO C.P. February Term, 2009 No. 02891 $103,646.36 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq. 276-305 1928 E. Ontario St. 19134 45th Wd 1,131 sq. ft. BRT# 452074100 Improvements: Residential Property ERIK ROCKMORE AND GINA ROCKMORE C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 3270 $60,105.89 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq. 276-306 5324 Magnolia St. 12th Wd Beginning Point: 48 ft. 5-1/2 in. N Potterton Subject to Mortgage THE MCGILL ACQUISITIONS GROUP, LLC.; THOMAS MCGILL III; DRRICK HARRISON C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01621 $109,259.30 Christine A. Pinto, Esq. 276-307 1310 Bigler St. 19145 39th Wd 1,275 sq. ft. BRT# 395055000 Improvements: Residential Property GREGORY H. QUIGLEY C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 03883 $280,555.61 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-308 5438 W. Girard Ave. 19131 4th Wd 1,194.75 sq. ft. BRT# 041083800 Improvements: Residential Property BEVERLY WHITE AND MICHAEL E. WHITE C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00506 $49,951.16 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-309 4239 Elsinore St. 19124 33rd Wd 1,239.56 sq. ft. BRT# 332220800 Improvements: Residential Property SULAIMAN SAIDU-KAMARA C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02765 $122,495.59 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-311 6127 Ross St. 19144 22nd Wd 1,357.81 sq. ft. BRT# 592272600 Improvements: Residential Property FRANCES D. MORGAN C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00295 $19,373.61 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-312 5536 Wheeler St. 19143 40th Wd 2,008.78 sq. ft. BRT# 402177700 Improvements: Residential Property JO ANNE TODD C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 02087 $60,773.46 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-313 1148 E. Rittenhouse St. 19138 22nd Wd 2,655.50 sq. ft. BRT# 591119200 Improvements: Residential Property ARLENE F. SCHOFIELD C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 03564 $112,621.56 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-314 1447 Lardner St. 19149 54th Wd 987.35 sq. ft. BRT# 541035100 Improvements: Residential Property SHARITA E. OLIVER C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 01024 $71,017.36 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-315 1531 S. Beulah St. 19147 1st Wd 676 sq. ft. BRT# 012079800 Improvements: Residential Property ELTON COHN C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01501 $121,354.84 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-316 4113 Passmore St. 19135 55th Wd 1,079.16 sq. ft. BRT# 552099000 Improvements: Residential Property CATHERINE MCCULLOUGH C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02750 $50,541.57 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-317 543 W. Fisher Ave. 19120 49th Wd 1,500.00 sq. ft. BRT# 492046500 Improvements: Residential Property DOW STARS C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 04365 $93,881.75 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-318 539 E. Mayland St. 19144 59th (formerly part of the 22nd) Wd 1,376 sq. ft. BRT# 592132900 Improvements: Residential Property KEVIN ALLEN C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03333 $55,921.23 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-319 1514 N. Edgewood St. 19151 34th Wd 1,161.45 sq. ft. BRT# 342231800 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Property THELMA SMITH AND CLINTON L. SMITH, JR. C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 01277 $74,175.55 Michael T. McKeever, Esq.

Conditions of Sheriff’s Sale for JUDICIAL/FORECLOSURE SALE Ten percent of the highest bid for each property auctioned off shall be deposited in cash, certified check, attorney’s check or money order with the Sheriff by each bidder when his bid is registered, provided that in no case shall less than Six Hundred Dollars ($600.00) be deposited, otherwise upon failure or refusal to make such deposit, the bidder shall lose all benefit of his bid and the property may be immediately offered again and sold unless a second bid has been registered, then, the second highest bidder will take the property at the highest bid price. Additionally, where there is active bidding, the highest bidder, and the second highest bidder, if any must post the entire amount of the cost of the distribution policy for the property at the time of sale by cash, certified check, attorney’s check or money order with the Sheriff. The balance of the purchase money must be deposited in cash, certified check, attorney’s check or money order together with a Deed poll for execution by the highest bidder to the Sheriff at his office within 30 days from the time of the sale. An extension of time for an additional 30 days may be granted at the discretion of the Sheriff upon receipt of written request from the buyer requesting the same, except when a second bidder has been duly registered. Also, if the first bidder does not complete settlement with the Sheriff within the thirty (30) day time limit and a second bid was registered at the sale, the second bidder shall be granted the same thirty (30) day time limit to make settlement with the Sheriff on his second bid. Thereafter, the Sheriff shall be at liberty to return the writ to court. A second bid must be registered on any property immediately after it is sold. The second bidder must present the same amount of deposit that the highest bidder delivers to the Sheriff at the sale. An extension of time under no circumstances will be granted or honored by the Sheriff whenever a second bid is registered on a property at the sale. The first bid or opening bid on each property shall be a sum sufficient to pay all Sheriff’s costs including advertising, all taxes, water rents and municipal claims due to the City of Philadelphia. If there is no other bid price above the opening bid price, the property shall be sold by the auctioneer to the attorney on the writ at that price. The deposit by any bidder who fails to comply with the above conditions of sale shall be forfeited and the funds will be applied to the Sheriff’s cost, then to any municipal claims that the City of Philadelphia has on the property. Finally, if a balance still remains, a Sheriff’s Distribution Policy will be ordered and the money will be distributed accordingly. No personal checks, drafts or promises to pay will be accepted in lieu of cash, certified checks, attorney’s checks or money orders made payable to the Sheriff of Philadelphia County. The Sheriff reserves the right to grant further extensions of time to settle and further reserves the right to refuse bids from bidders who have failed to enter deposits on their bids, failed to make settlement, or make fraudulent bids, or any other behavior which causes disruption of the Sheriff Sale. Said bidders shall be so refused for the sale in which said behavior occurred and for said further period of time as the Sheriff in his discretion shall determine. The Sheriff will not acknowledge a deed poll to any individual or entity using an unregistered fictitious name and may, at his discretion, require proof of identity of the purchaser or the registration of fictitious names. The bid of an unregistered fictitious name shall be forfeited as if the bidder failed to meet the terms of sale. All bidders are advised to remain at the sale until after the last property is sold. The Sheriff reserves the right to re-sell any property at any time before the end of the sale, upon the successful bidders’ failure to tender the required deposit. The Sheriff reserves the right to postpone or stay the sale of any property in which the attorney on the writ has not appeared and is not present at the sale. Prospective purchasers are directed to the Web site of the Philadelphia Bureau of Revision of

NOTICE OF SCHEDULE OF DISTRIBUTION The Sheriff will file in his office, The Land Title Building, 100 South Broad Street, 5th Floor, a Schedule of Distribution Thirty (30) Days from the date of Real Estate sold on December 7, 2010. Distribution will be made in accordance with the Schedule unless exceptions are filed thereto within ten (10) days thereafter. N.B. - For the benefit of our non-professional readers who do not understand the meaning of the letters and figures following the defendant’s names, we make the following. EXPLANATION The name first appearing in each notice is that of the defendant in the writ whose property is being sold. All Writs are Writs of Executions. The letters C.P., Court of Common Pleas; O.C., Orphans’ Court; Q.S., Court of Quarter Sessions; C.C., County Court - indicate the Court out of which the writ of execution issues under which the sale is made: S. 1941. 223. means September Term, 1941. 223, the term and number of the docket entry; the figures following show the amount of debt; and the name following is that of the attorney issuing the writ. Attention is called to the provisions of Act No.104, approved July 27, 1955, which requires owners of properties which are used, designed or intended to be used by three or more families, or of commercial establishments which contain one or more dwelling units, to deliver to the buyers of such properties a use registration permit at the time of settlement, under certain terms and conditions. Sheriff Sales are not subject to provisions of the said Act and the Sheriff will, therefore, not deliver use registration permits in connection with any sales conducted by him. Very truly yours, JOHN D. GREEN Sheriff, City and County of Philadelphia

SHERIFF'S SALE OF TUESDAY, DECEMBER 7, 2010 274-392 1875 Conlyn St. 19141 50th Wd 0.84 acres BRT# 502070500 Improvements: Residential Property KIMBERLY PENDLETON C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 001842 $81,321.16 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq. and/or Kimberly A. Bonner, Esq. 274-781 3152 “E” St. 19134 7th Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 1,755 sq. ft. BRT# 071561000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling NDUBUISI OKORO C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 00042 $68,496.31 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-301 1932 69th Ave. 19138 10th Wd 2,274 sq. ft. BRT# 101265700 Improvements: Residential Dwelling BRIAN STYLES FRYE AND YVETTE STYLES FRYE C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 3795 $230,798.28 Daniel J. Mancini, Esq. 276-303 3137 N. 32nd St. 19132 38th Wd 1,159 sq. ft. BRT# 382177800 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling

SHERIFFSSALE 276-320 3914 N. 9th St. 19140 43rd Wd 816 sq. ft. BRT# 433141400 Improvements: Residential Property ANA FLORES AND EUSTAQUIO SANTIAGO C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 00889 $55,076.14 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-321 5219 Arch St. 19139 44th Wd 2,298 sq. ft. BRT# 441021100 Improvements: Residential Property ERIC BONNER AND JENNY BONNER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00510 $151,314.27 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-322 6205 Farnsworth St. 19149 62nd Wd 1,368 sq. ft. BRT# 621529900 Improvements: Residential Property LUZ A. SEPULVEDA C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01624 $143,027.10 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-323 228 E. Rockland St. 19120 42nd Wd 1,648 sq. ft. BRT# 421111500 Improvements: Residential Property RICHARD SANCHEZ AND WILLIAM SANCHEZ C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 01250 $27,143.06 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-325 1207 Peters St. 19147 2nd Wd 674.24 sq. ft. BRT# 021171900 Improvements: Residential Property MIN MING HU C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 04073 $164,274.43 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-326 919 Brill St. 19124 35th Wd 1,057 sq. ft. BRT# 351186300 Improvements: Residential Property DANNY A. RIVERA C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02960 $51,044.04 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-327 716 E. Thompson St. 19125 18th Wd 838.75 sq. ft. BRT# 181386900 Improvements: Residential Property CHARLES MCGILL C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00459 $121,706.82 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-328 7507 Elmwood Ave. 19153 40th Wd 1,152 sq. ft. BRT# 404226400 Improvements: Residential Property FRANCES V. WILSON C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03045 $85,646.89 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-329 5513 Pine St. 19143 60th (formerly part of the 46th) Wd 1,174.50 sq. ft. BRT# 604089100 Improvements: Residential Property CAROL BARBEE C.P. February Term, 2005 No. 01201 $58,447.71 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-330 1520 Saint Luke St. 19140 13th Wd 1,508.86 sq. ft. BRT# 132335470 Improvements: Residential Property ALAN BARNETT C.P. January Term, 2007 No. 01242 $27,723.84 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-332 917 E. Woodlawn St. 19138 12th Wd 1,433.50 sq. ft. BRT# 122104400 Improvements: Residential Property JACQUELINE SATCHELL C.P. November Term, 2003 No. 01625 $35,755.60 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-333 3215 Hurley St. 19134 7th (formerly part of the 33rd) Wd 660 sq. ft. BRT# 073140900 Improvements: Residential Property TOD E. ARCHIE C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 02082 $44,843.99 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-334 1145 Winton St. 19148 39th (formerly the 1st) Wd 619.84 sq. ft. BRT# 394053700 Improvements: Residential Property EMMA GROSSO AND JEFFREY GROSSO C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 03432 $111,060.47 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-335 6115 Marsden St. 19135 45th Wd 1,880 sq. ft. BRT# 411262300 Improvements: Residential Property SHEILA MARTINEZ C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 01175 $136,636.76 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-336 141 Linton St. 19120 61st Wd 1,054.69 sq. ft. BRT# 882928155 Improvements: Residential Property LANEEKE LONG C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 02519 $48,053.00 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-337 6502 Reedland St. 19142 40th Wd 1,134.42 sq. ft. BRT# 406212600 Improvements: Residential Property ANDREW M. WONGEH C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 04431 $34,237.82 Michael T. McKeever, Esq.

SHERIFFSSALE 276-340 7232 Charles St. 19135 41st Wd 1,853.80 sq. ft. BRT# 412236200 Improvements: Residential Property DIANA TAGGART AND ROBERT J. TAGGART C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01833 $57,248.21 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-341 1000 E. Cheltenham Ave. 19124 35th Wd 1,765 sq. ft. BRT# 351299200 Improvements: Residential Property KENYA N. FISHER C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 03246 $82,020.43 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-343 6109 N. Marshall St. 19120 61st Wd 1,360 sq. ft. BRT# 611139200 Improvements: Residential Property THURSA DENNIS C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 04018 $54,679.76 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-344 4806 Levick St. 19135 41st Wd 2,520 sq. ft. BRT# 411170400 Improvements: Residential Property SYLVESTER L. BROWN, JR. C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 04416 $136,659.18 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-345 1819 E. Clearfield St. 25th Wd Beginning Point: 29 ft. E. Ruth St. Subject to Mortgage JERMELL HOLLERWAY C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 001507 $40,560.82 Christine A. Pinto, Esq. 276-346 5515 Walton Ave. 19143 46th Wd 900 sq. ft. BRT# 463073800 Improvements: Residential Property WILLIAM ROAM AND KAREN M. ROAM C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 01243 $78,682.51 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-347 5916 Elsinore St. 19120 35th Wd 960 sq. ft. BRT# 352298900 Improvements: Residential Property GUILANDE RIVAL C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02265 $91,380.43 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-349 212 Wishart St. 19133 19th Wd 656.77 sq. ft. BRT# 193199400 Improvements: Residential Property DIANA RUCKER C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02250 $55,086.62 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-350 1310 Gilham St. 19111 53rd Wd 1,068.53 sq. ft. BRT# 531160300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling NATIVIDAD FLORES C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 001770 $104,084.86 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-351 1451 W. Jerome St. 19140 13th Wd 1,103.70 sq. ft. BRT# 132274600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DENISE RICE C.P. February Term, 2007 No. 0734 $34,355.15 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-352 7700-02 Jackson St. 19136 65th Wd 3,670.10 sq. ft. BRT# 651244500 Improvements: Residential Property DANIEL HEFFELFINGER C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 04499 $89,384.50 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-353 440 N. Gross St. 19151 34th Wd 1,900 sq. ft. BRT# 343066700 Improvements: Residential Property KEVIN G. GISSENDANNERSR C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02030 $139,970.26 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-354 630 Wynnewood Rd. 19131 34th Wd 2,500 sq. ft. BRT# 344223600 Improvements: Residential Property KATRINA C. BINNS C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01052 $196,767.88 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-355 6028 Kingsessing Ave. 19142 40th Wd 1,500 sq. ft. BRT# 401259900 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Property KAREN E. WALKER AKA KAREN E. FLETCHER-WALKER AND DANIEL L. WALKER C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 0929 $93,994.71 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq. 276-356 1239 Adams Ave. 19124 23rd Wd 2,000 sq. ft. BRT# 234019800 Improvements: Residential Property VALERIE A. MADDEN C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02740 $30,063.71 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-357 1510 E. Mohican St. 19138 10th Wd 1,440 sq. ft. BRT# 102230100 Improvements: Residential Property KIA HANDY C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01682 $127,328.49 Michael T. McKeever, Esq.

SHERIFFSSALE 276-358 127 E. Phil-Ellena St. 19119 22nd Wd 2,532.89 sq. ft. BRT# 222003000 Improvements: Residential Property RUDOLPH VALENTINE C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01134 $68,846.38 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-359 859 E. Mercer St. 19125 18th Wd 672 sq. ft. BRT# 181409800 Improvements: Residential Property SUSAN WINCZUK C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02802 $101,330.08 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-360 4136 Longshore Ave. 19135 55th Wd 3,842.56 sq. ft. BRT# 552173200 Improvements: Residential Property BASIM ALSAAD C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03763 $170,641.54 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-361 6731 Glenloch St. 19135 41st Wd 1,341.90 sq. ft. BRT# 412335900 Improvements: Residential Property GERALD J. LINDSAY C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02938 $53,871.58 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-362 22 E. Garfield St. 19144 12th Wd 654.73 sq. ft. BRT# 121039200 Improvements: Residential Property MAXINE L. HARVIN AND LOUISE J. JAMISON A/K/A JEAN LOUISE JAMISON C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 04015 $38,928.52 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-363 5847 Addison St. 19143 60th Wd 1,016 sq. ft. BRT# 604189600 Improvements: Residential Property GABRIEL T. MYERS, JR. C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02689 $73,032.32 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-364 4022 Magee Ave. 19135 55th Wd 2,122.68 sq. ft. BRT# 552137500 Improvements: Residential Property SHUO CHEN C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 01986 $165,336.03 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-365 3312 Saint Vincent St. 19149 55th Wd 1,777.60 sq. ft. BRT# 551435400 Improvements: Residential Property JOAN C. JANIK AND HENRY J. JANIK C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00902 $168,421.02 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-367 8632 Fayette St. 19150-1904 50th Wd 2,385 sq. ft. BRT# 502305200 Improvements: Residential Property JAMES E. REYNOLDS, JR. C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 04249 $174,799.86 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-368 3624 E. Allen St. 19134 45th Wd 962 sq. ft. BRT# 451127400 Improvements: Residential Property CRAIG W. ROSENBLATT C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03956 $124,522.90 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-370 5713 N. 17th St. 19141 17th Wd 1,632 sq. ft. BRT# 172187200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling KENNETH B. FULLENWELLEN AND CYNTHIA D. FULLENWELLEN C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 03741 $103,882.20 Daniel J. Mancini, Esq. 276-372 6736 N. Lawrence St. 19126 61st Wd 5,842.53 sq. ft. BRT# 611091300 Improvements: Residential Property KATHLEEN B. CHUNG AND EUGENE E. CHUNG C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03250 $120,604.75 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-374 401 W. Abbottsford Ave. 19144 13th Wd 2,666 sq. ft. BRT# 133040400 Improvements: Residential Property STEVEN JONES AND TINIYA JONES C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 05184 $152,015.82 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-375 1530 S. Bailey St. 19146 36th Wd 761.10 sq. ft. BRT# 364274200 Improvements: Residential Property MICHAEL C. CORALUZZI A/K/A MICHAEL CORALUZZI C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01916 $55,898.81 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-376 1014 N. 66th St. 19151 34th Wd 1,005 sq. ft. BRT# 344379800 Improvements: Residential Property ATIYA BASHIR C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01680 $119,259.74 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-377 2115 N. Lambert St. 19121 32nd Wd 883.50 sq. ft. BRT# 322032600 Improvements: Residential Property SYLVIA GANZ C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00677 $54,728.59 Michael T.


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SHERIFFSSALE to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling CAROLE LUCAS C.P. August Term, 2007 No. 00946 $59,286.00 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-462 2594 Cranston Rd. 19131 52nd Wd Apt 24 Unts 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 3,719.89 sq. ft. BRT# 521389800 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling DAVID NGUYEN C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 01399 $179,803.58 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-463 2041 S. Salford St. 19143 40th Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,550 sq. ft. BRT# 401076800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MARK BLACK C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 00945 $76,571.00 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-465 1313 S. Fairhill St. 19147 1st Wd 731.25 sq. ft. BRT# 011340000 Improvements: Residential Property KEVIN M. PRICE C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04495 $178,859.71 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-466 1146 E. Cheltenham Ave. 19124 35th Wd 1,705.90 sq. ft. BRT# 351304400 Improvements: Residential Property DORA J. NANDLAL C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03946 $92,145.22 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-468 5041 N. Smedley St. 19141 17th (formerly part of the 49th) Wd 1,200 sq. ft. BRT# 172156300 Improvements: Residential Property ERIC DOBSON AND EVELYN DOBSON C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03237 $54,702.74 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-469 154 W. Albanus St. 19120 42nd Wd 1,125 sq. ft. BRT# 422131500 Improvements: Residential Property SONYA S. MARTEINS C.P. January Term, 2009 No. 00880 $31,661.34 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-470 4434 Ernie Davis Circle 19154 66th Wd 2,448 sq. ft. BRT# 662618122 Improvements: Residential Property MELISSA S. TULIN C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01042 $142,174.67 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-472 4941 N. 7th St. 19120 49th Wd 1,218.30 sq. ft. BRT# 491207500 Improvements: Residential Property THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF GENEVA R. HOGUE, DECEASED AND DORIS E. HOGUE C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 03455 $24,763.28 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-473 534 Monastery Ave. 19128 21st Wd 1,961.30 sq. ft. BRT# 213168400 Improvements: Residential Property JAMES A. MARTIN AND MICHELLE E. MARTIN C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03799 $193,231.59 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-474 1347 Saint Vincent St. 19111 35th Wd 2,420 sq. ft. BRT# 532332200 Improvements: Residential Property AMIN YOUSEF C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 01925 $234,106.27 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-477 7719 Orpheus Place 19153 40th Wd 1,791 sq. ft. BRT# 405863500 Improvements: Residential Property CRAIG J. DIBUONAVENTURA C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00179 $136,095.71 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-478 427 N. Union St. 19104 24th Wd 614.08 sq. ft. BRT# 241239900 Improvements: Residential Property CALVIN L. COLLIER, JR. C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 01194 $97,669.77 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-480 6760 Dorel St. 19142 40th Wd 1,178.10 sq. ft. BRT#406352000 Improvements: Residential Property CATINA N. BAILEY C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02108 $42,770.15 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-481 124 W. Price St. 19144 59th Wd 2,985 sq. ft. BRT# 593009300 Improvements: Residential Property WAYNE SINGLETON C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01498 $58,446.50 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-482 6356 Wheeler St. 19142 40th Wd 975 sq. ft. BRT# 402190200 Improvements: Residential Property MICHAEL C. CORALUZZI C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02149 $66,692.51

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276-429 6607 Leeds St. 19151-3029 34th Wd 907.50 sq. ft. BRT# 344035300 Improvements: Residential Property PATRICIA A. BLACKLEDGE AND JAMES E. BLACKLEDGE C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 02617 $63,466.24 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-430 1907 Titan St. 19146-2928 36th Wd 700 sq. ft. BRT# 361089600 Improvements: Residential Property ANTHONY FEASTER C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00040 $56,245.91 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-431 6112 Vine St. 19139-1134 34th Wd 2,200 sq. ft. BRT# 341030700 Improvements: Residential Property JUSTIN REEVES C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 01205 $63,139.65 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-432 1416 Sellers St. 19124-3630 23rd Wd 2,217.60 sq. ft. BRT# 234047200 Improvements: Residential Property MOHAMMED A. CHOWDHURY C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 00660 $73,985.91 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-434 6127 N. Fairhill St. 19120-1326 42nd Wd 1,600 sq. ft. BRT# 611108000 Improvements: Residential Property TAMIKA DUNHAM C.P. December Term, 2008 No. 04205 $99,002.40 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-436 2001 Hamilton St., Apt. 1709 19130-4206 8th Wd Together with all right, title and interest being 0.00366 undivided interest of, in and to the Common Elements BRT# 888091850 Improvements: Condominium KEVIN MASSAGLI C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01174 $253,655.74 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-437 4844 Walton Ave. 19143-2019 46th Wd 2,480 sq. ft. BRT# 461083100 Improvements: Residential Property JOHN M. MORRISON C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 00367 $87,430.52 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-438 1610 W. Ritner St. 19145-4323 26th Wd 960 sq. ft. BRT# 261033400 Improvements: Residential Property JACQUELYN LIS C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 03033 $207,283.28 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-439 5639 N. American St. 19120-2325 61st Wd 1,885 sq. ft. BRT# 612402600 Improvements: Residential Property THELMA JENNINGS C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00765 $43,683.98 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-440 6557 N. 17th St. 19126-3515 17th Wd 1,360 sq. ft. BRT# 172202100 Improvements: Residential Property REGINA ELLZY A/K/A REGINA D. ELLZY C.P. December Term, 2007 No. 00823 $170,956.56 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-442 245 S. 62nd St. 19139-3719 3rd Wd 1,155 sq. ft. BRT# 031189100 Improvements: Residential Property HAFISAH B. HARRIS A/K/A HAFISAH B. HOLLAND C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 02736 $49,740.42 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-443 2043 McClellan St. 19145-2026 48th Wd 658 sq. ft. BRT# 481020500 Improvements: Residential Property LAWRENCE L. WHITAKER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04261 $25,826.41 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-444 2528 N. 31st St. 19132-2924 28th Wd 930 sq. ft. BRT# 282141800 Improvements: Residential Property TRUMILER BRIDGES C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01438 $39,967.05 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-445 7420 Fayette St. 19138 50th Wd 1,616 sq. ft. BRT# 501013700 Improvements: Residential Property DEEDRA L. THOMAS C.P. September Term, 2007 No. 02721 $121,225.61 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-446 4562 Mole St. 19140 13th Wd 682.20 sq. ft. BRT# 132103200 Improvements: Residential Property LATANYA CONE A/K/A LATANYA C. WILLIAMS C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04266 $11,872.73 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-447 2214 W. Cumberland St. 19132-4116 16th Wd 1,290 sq. ft. BRT# 162283500 Improvements: Residential Property

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SHERIFFSSALE ft. BRT# 406317100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JAMES DAVID SOUTHWORTH AND LORETTA SOUTHWORTH C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00924 $89,265.47 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-412 2739 E. Country Club Rd. 19131 52nd Wd 3,565 sq. ft. BRT# 521372200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JEANETTE WILLIAMS (LAST RECORD OWNER) AND ELYSE HOLMES AS KNOWN HEIR OF JEANETTE WILLIAMS C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 03029 $212,196.45 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-413 7457 Beverly Rd. 19138 50th Wd 1,121.25 sq. ft. BRT# 501358800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MARLIN BARRIER, JR. C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03013 $94,148.80 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-414 2027 Eastburn Ave. 19138-2618 10th Wd 1,351.52 sq. ft. BRT# 102106705 Improvements: Residential Property OWEN BALLENTYNE C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01725 $84,125.58 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-415 5421 N. 12th St. 19141-3007 49th Wd 2,105 sq. ft. BRT# 493118000 Improvements: Residential Property SHENELLE J. SNELLEN C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 02875 $96,584.42 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-416 4940 Baynton St. 19144-1849 22nd Wd 1,479 sq. ft. BRT# 121174900 Improvements: Residential Property ANDREI MOISEYEV C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 03101 $53,655.26 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-417 132 N. Yewdall St. 19139-2541 4th Wd 847.50 sq. ft. BRT# 041124000 Improvements: Residential Property ERNEST A. COUSER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04580 $57,016.35 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-419 5634 Sprague St. 19138-1744 12th Wd 879.62 sq. ft. BRT# 122270200 Improvements: Residential Property GARY J. MURRAY C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00389 $123,689.30 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-420 1220 E. Stafford St. 19138-1931 59th Wd 927.75 sq. ft. BRT# 591039100 Improvements: Residential Property DENISE ALLEN C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 00355 $59,787.62 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-421 1934 Wolf St. 19145-3624 48th Wd 930 sq. ft. BRT# 262250200 Improvements: Residential Property MARK LENTO AND ANTHONY LENTO C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02791 $234,057.92 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-423 4117 Spring Garden St. 19104-2272 6th Wd 1,111.97 sq. ft. BRT# 061037300 Improvements: Residential Property RUSLAN BUDILOV AND YAN KOROL C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 02332 $129,699.55 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-424 6829 Rutland St. 19149-2119 35th Wd 1,425.60 sq. ft. BRT# 542171300 Improvements: Residential Property SHAHJAHAN A. KHAN AND FARIDA A. MONI C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02842 $153,163.86 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-425 8232 Bayard St. 19150-1702 50th Wd 4,500 sq. ft. BRT# 501204300 Improvements: Residential Property SANDRA L. MITCHELL C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00845 $277,706.40 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-426 1949 Haworth St. 19124-2129 23rd Wd 1,137.60 sq. ft. BRT# 622032600 Improvements: Residential Property ANTONIO A. MAIA C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01763 $35,911.43 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-427 232 W. Seymour St. 19144-4106 13th Wd 1,433.50 sq. ft. BRT# 133070600 Improvements: Residential Property MELIEKA YOUNG C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00751 $99,144.25 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-428 5226 Catharine St. 19143-2625 46th Wd 2,093.50 sq. ft. BRT# 462104200 Improvements: Residential Property GWENIVERE WAINWRIGHT C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03345 $71,165.40 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP

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SHERIFFSSALE McKeever, Esq. 276-378 7268 Cornelius St. 19138 10th Wd 1,557.50 sq. ft. BRT# 102378800 Improvements: Residential Property CHRISTA BROCKINGTON C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01002 $124,316.35 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-379 6337 Martins Mill Rd. 19111 35th Wd 2,048.50 sq. ft. BRT# 353303400 Improvements: Residential Property JOHN J. MCLANE C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03154 $36,962.25 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-380 4231 Shelmire St. 19136 65th Wd 1,426.42 sq. ft. BRT# 651044600 Improvements: Residential Property NORMAN E. SCHOLL C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02156 $53,279.94 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-381 2002 W. Ontario St. 36th Wd BRT# 112052400 Improvements: Residential Property NORTH CENTRAL CDC CORP. C.P. August Term, 2008 No. 3413 $157,470.77 Robert H. Dickman, Esq. 276-382 3701-3703 N. Broad St. 43rd Wd BRT# 883362500 Improvements: Commercial Property NORTH PHILLY WORKS, INC. C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 3717 $876,598.54 Robert H. Dickman, Esq. 276-383 7171 N. 19th St. 19126 10th Wd 1,402.20 sq. ft. BRT# 101115900 Improvements: Residential Property ZAKIYYAH MARRERO C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02463 $89,880.79 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-384 1915 W. Lehigh Ave. 19132 38th Wd 1,265.75 sq. ft. BRT# 111005400 Improvements: Residential Property GARDENIA BRADLEY, AS ADMINISTRATRIX OF THE ESTATE OF SIP BENBOW JR., DECEASED C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00291 $48,239.66 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-385 6495 Belfield St. 19119 22nd Wd 3,712 sq. ft. BRT# 221249800 Improvements: Residential Property BONNIE BING C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03602 $119,719.43 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-386 5367 Belfield Ave. 19144 22nd Wd 1,600 sq. ft. BRT# 122160900 Improvements: Residential Property CHARLOTTE C. GREGORY AND CLIFFORD T. GREGORY C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02935 $62,510.25 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-387 614 Robbins St. 19111 35th Wd 2,587.50 sq. ft. BRT# 353023100 Improvements: Residential Property JENNIFER A. CARSON AND BRIAN J. CARSON C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01427 $178,719.48 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-388 5822 Sansom St. 19139 46th Wd 1,420.73 sq. ft. BRT# 604159500 Improvements: Residential Property MARY BERTONE AND GIUSEPPE BERTONE A/K/A GIUSSEPPE BERTONE C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 02580 $91,620.99 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-389 5201 Ditman St. 19124 62nd Wd 1,350 sq. ft. BRT# 622446100 Improvements: Residential Property KAHER S. ABDALLAH, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS PRESIDENT OF SHOP FOR LESS, INC. C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00890 $150,746.79 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-390 6531 N. Beechwood St. 19138 50th Wd 2,292.65 sq. ft. BRT# 591024600 Improvements: Residential Property LISA MATTHIS C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03779 $116,560.10 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-391 1515 S. 31st St. 19146 36th Wd 924 sq. ft. BRT# 364431100 Improvements: Residential Property DAVID SEGAL AND PATRICIA I. SEGAL C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00672 $91,359.28 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-392 2217 N. 33rd St. 19132 28th Wd 1,600 sq. ft. BRT# 282235300 Improvements: Residential Property TRACIE STOKES C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02542 $114,583.50 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-393 1518 S. Beulah St. 19147 1st Wd 496.44 sq.


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Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-484 3527 Vinton Rd. 19154 66th Wd 2,000 sq. ft. BRT# 663130400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling TIMOTHY ANDREW WEST (MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER) C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 001343 $178,413.57 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-485 6031 Ditman St. 19135 41st Wd 1,077.75 sq. ft. BRT# 411228400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JESUS CORTEZ (MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER) AND CARMEN ACEVEVO (REAL OWNER) C.P. February Term, 2009 No. 02338 $77,062.05 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-486 845 N. Stillman St. 19130 15th Wd 700 sq. ft. BRT# 151262200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling FRANK JUMPP AND TAMARA SCOTT C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 001115 $441,742.19 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-488 2505 Vista St. 19152 56th Wd 2,565 sq. ft. BRT# 561333800 Improvements: Residential Real Estate MARGOT AND LUIS SEPULVEDA C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 003699 $89,796.08 Stern and Eisenberg LLP 276-489 3850 Woodhaven Rd. #205 19154 66th Wd 1,133 sq. ft. BRT# 888660267 Improvements: Residential Real Estate MARK KRATZ C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 003745 $125,039.20 Stern and Eisenberg LLP 276-490 6453 N. Sydenham St. 19126 17th Wd 1,328 sq. ft. BRT# 172091000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling SANDRA ATWELL DANIELS C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 00189 $83,455.65 Daniel J. Mancini, Esq. 276-491 1931 S. Lambert St. 19145 48th Wd 924 sq. ft. BRT# 481345400 Improvements: Residential Property HAROLD BLACKSON C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03765 $84,174.73 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-492 6275 Large St. 19149 54th Wd 1,956.50 sq. ft. BRT# 541188400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JING HUI ZHOU AND LING XING CHEN C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03503 $57,705.73 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-493 203 Hickory Hill Rd. 19154 66th Wd 1,795.50 sq. ft. BRT# 662313300 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling CAROLINE PRO C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 00472 $246,331.85 Daniel J. Mancini, Esq. 276-494 2321 W. Somerset St. 19132 11th Wd 1,312 sq. ft. BRT# 111041000 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS OF THE ESTATE OF MADELINE WALKER C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 3139 $34,213.71 Daniel J. Mancini, Esq. 276-495 4114 E. Howell St. 19135 62nd Wd 1,331.82 sq. ft. BRT# 622173600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling WILLIAM C. SWENSON C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 02896 $125,020.84 Daniel J. Mancini, Esq. 276-496 5344 Oakland St. 19124 62nd Wd 1,556 sq. ft. BRT# 621390800 Improvements: Residential Property MARIE J. BARTHELEMY C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03302 $123,468.23 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-497 2232 S. Shields St. 19142 40th Wd on Southwesterly side of Shields St. (formerly called St. James Terrace) 319 ft. 6 in. Southeastwardly from the Southeasterly side of Woodland St. Frt: 16 ft. 0 in. Depth: 90 ft. 0 in. BRT# 403042500 Subject to Mortgage ELIZABETH WRIGHT C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 146 $52,281.37 Louis P. Vitti, Esq. 276-498 2524 S. Philip St. 19148 39th Wd 994 sq. ft. BRT# 391312300 Improvement: Residential Property HELSON MEIRINO AND CAROL E. MEIRINO C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 002568 $120,072.38 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-499 2415 Madison Sq. a/k/a 2415 Webster St. 19146 30th Wd 784 sq. ft. BRT# 302108200 Improvement: Residential Property ALBERT DAVID SLAFMAN C.P. April

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Term, 2010 No. 002000 $238,118.44 Danielle Boyle-Ebersole, Esq. 276-502 1316 Germantown Ave., #C 19122-4408 18th Wd 2,372.68 sq. ft. BRT# 182199910 Improvement: Residential Property ANGEL L. RIVERA AND MARILYN RIVERA C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02951 $191,340.08 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-503 1625 S. Wilton St. 19143-5004 51st Wd 942.86 sq. ft. BRT# 512054400 Improvement: Residential Property KEVIN C. JORDAN AND LISA JORDAN C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00419 $28,450.66 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-504 2178-2180 E. Oakdale St. 19125-1801 31st Wd 840.58 sq. ft. BRT# 314228900 Improvement: Residential Property JAMES P. O'NEILL C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 00880 $31,209.20 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-505 361 Daly St. 19148-3306 39th Wd 812 sq. ft. BRT# 392142500 Improvement: Residential Property JAMES J. FRENCH, SR. AND KIM M. FRENCH C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 00062 $158,273.39 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-506 5950 Warrington Ave. 19143-5218 3rd Wd 1,312 sq. ft. BRT# 034087800 Improvement: Residential Property DORKITA M. HALL C.P. October Term, 2008 No. 02120 $126,117.34 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-507 1011 S. 46th St. 19143-3750 46th Wd 2,990 sq. ft. BRT# 461171900 Improvement: Residential Property EDWIN PHILOGENE C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 03212 $371,669.33 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-508 7601 Crittenden St., Apt. D5 19118-3223 9th Wd Together with a proportionate undivided interest in the Common Elements, as were fully set forth in certain Declaration recorded on 03/20/1992 in Deed Book VCS 34 Page 130 BRT# 888200540 Improvements: Condominium SHERRI DINNALL C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 02449 $137,465.33 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-509 8025 Pompey Place 19153 40th Wd 1,620 sq. ft. BRT# 405888307 Improvement: Residential Property JOHN DOE C.P. March Term, 2005 No. 03410 $151,989.17 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-510 1121 E. Phil-Ellena St. 19150 50th Wd 2,031.25 sq. ft. BRT# 502360900 Improvement: Residential Property JONATHAN DUTTON C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 03266 $148,902.12 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-511 2869 Jasper St. 19134 25th Wd 1,550.82 sq. ft. BRT# 252527800 Improvement: Residential Property FELIPE CEDENO C.P. December Term, 2007 No. 04583 $81,805.32 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-513 2528 S. 13th St. 19148 39th Wd 486.24 sq. ft. BRT# 394441400 Improvement: Residential Property JANE POWLES C.P. November Term, 2007 No. 00054 $207,135.72 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-514 417 E. Hortter St. 19119 22nd Wd 2,775 sq. ft. BRT# 221184000 Improvement: Residential Property JEFFREY EARL MASON C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03948 $214,455.02 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-515 7701 Fayette St. 19150 50th Wd 1,486.98 sq. ft. BRT# 501028100 Improvement: Residential Property SHARON JACKSON C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01510 $88,757.48 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-516 6102 Christian St. 19143 46th Wd 2,310 sq. ft. BRT# 033067600 Improvement: Residential Property BRENDA COCKRELL C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01585 $120,256.61 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-517 1702 Wolf St. 19145 26th Wd 1,160 sq. ft. BRT# 262246400 Improvement: Residential Property JUSTIN MENNA C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 05454 $189,602.89 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-518 182 Gay St., Unit 1005 19128-4844 21st Wd Together with a proportionate undivided

interest in Common Elements, as were fully set forth in certain Declaration recorded on 8/04/2005 as Document No. 51234472; First Amendment to Declaration, recorded 11/ 10/2005 as Document No. 51311647 BRT# 888211622 Improvements: Condominium DAMON YOCCO C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 02504 $291,362.26 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-519 3502 Churchill Ln. 19114-1808 6th Wd 1,789 sq. ft. BRT# 661169400 Improvement: Residential Property COLLEEN CAMPBELL A/K/A COLLEEN M. CAMPBELL C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04174 $75,444.31 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-520 3238 N. 17th St. 19140-4913 38th Wd 3,379 sq. ft. BRT# 112230500 Improvement: Residential Property ELIJAH GOLDEN C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 01186 $152,893.41 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-521 6606 Haverford Ave. 19151 34th Wd 3,367 sq. ft. BRT# 343042900 Improvement: Residential Property DERWIN DOTTIN AND JENNIFER TAITT C.P. January Term, 2008 No. 04306 $89,175.32 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-522 634 Tasker St. 19145 1st Wd 960 sq. ft. BRT# 012098800 Improvement: Residential Property JOHN DOE C.P. July Term, 2003 No. 03479 $221,710.06 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-523 7330 Boreal Place 19153 40th Wd 3,009.60 sq. ft. BRT# 406657100 Improvement: Residential Property JOHN DOE C.P. April Term, 2003 No. 02657 $223,321.73 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-524 2216 S. Hobson St. 19142 40th Wd 931.45 sq. ft. BRT# 403063500 Improvement: Residential Property JOHN DOE C.P. March Term, 2003 No. 04823 $114,238.73 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-525 3734 Merrick Rd. 19129 38th Wd 2,700 sq. ft. BRT# 383310060 Improvement: Residential Property TRECEY C. CARRINGTON C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 00605 $192,805.24 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-526 1900 Rittenhouse Sq., #17B 19103 8th Wd 3,200 sq. ft. BRT# 888081672 Improvement: Residential Property NOEL H. GORDON AND PAULA N. GORDON C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 4128 $1,860,743.41 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq. 276-527 6926 Reedbird Place 19142 40th Wd 2,894.40 sq. ft. BRT# 406597600 Improvement: Residential Property JENNIFER NGUYEN AND CHAMRONE THACH C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01382 $123,840.66 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-528 2101 Chestnut St., Unit 806 19103 8th Wd Together with a proportionate undivided interest in the Common Elements of 0.2070% 443 sq. ft. BRT# 888111990 Improvement: Residential Property JULIA KOROL AND STANISLAV SHNAYDER C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 00202 $167,918.34 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-529 7210 Calvert St. 19149 54th Wd 1,431.90 sq. ft. BRT# 542500800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling SAMERA AHMAD C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 002196 $142,926.80 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-530 4338 Leiper St. 19124-3944 23rd Wd 2,500 sq. ft. BRT# 234256600 Improvement: Residential Property DENISE M. DAVIDO C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 04549 $81,805.56 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-532 321 Fuller St. 19111 63rd Wd 5,778.75 sq. ft. BRT# 631318000 Improvement: Residential Property IOAN PIULEAC AND NECOLETA PIULEAC C.P. June Term, 2008 No. 05403 $294,171.40 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-533 3111 Euclid St. 19121 32nd Wd 1,005.36 sq. ft. BRT# 323020600 Improvement: Residential Property KENYATO K. BRYANT C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 03033 $38,468.88 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-535 1443 Snyder Ave. 19145 10th Wd 1,200 sq.

SHERIFFSSALE ft. BRT# 261002900 Improvement: Residential Property JOSEPH M. MOLINARO C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00793 $200,714.40 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-536 3858 N. Sydenham St. 19140 38th Wd 1,132.68 sq. ft. BRT# 131168100 Improvement: Residential Property CHARLES J. CAMPBELL, JR. C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01630 $26,130.43 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-537 2023 W. Oxford St. 19121 47th Wd 1,073.10 sq. ft. BRT# 472032700 Improvement: Residential Property MOSHE Y. DUNOFF C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01439 $164,635.67 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-539 469 Leverington Ave. 19128-3315 21st Wd 2,375 sq. ft. BRT# 212251200 Improvement: Residential Property MICHAEL A. AVRICH C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 04274 $221,802.67 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-540 5236 Walnut St. 19139 16th Wd 1,800 sq. ft. BRT# 602056700 Improvement: Residential Property HENRY JACKSON C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 000097 $55,430.59 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-541 5634 Boyer St. 19138 12th Wd 1,288 sq. ft. BRT# 122246800 Improvement: Residential Property LUTHER E. GRAVES C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 004492 $25,432.88 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-542 1149 Rosalie St. 19119 35th Wd 1,160 sq. ft. BRT# 352048600 Improvement: Residential Property UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER BEVERLY DORAN, DECEASED C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 001349 $113,418.37 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-543 1831 N. 18th St. 19121 32nd Wd 2,598 sq. ft. BRT# 321214700 Improvement: Residential Property EDITH BARR C.P. November Term, 2007 No. 002383 $114,597.61 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-544 2815 N. 28th St. 19132 38th Wd 1,400 sq. ft. BRT# 381254600 Improvement: Residential Property EDDIESTEEN BURNO (REAL OWNER AND MORTGAGOR) AND JAMES O. BURNO (REAL OWNER) C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 003240 $77,712.30 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-545 407 N. 60th St. 19151 4th (formerly part of the 52nd) Wd 1,872 sq. ft. BRT# 042273800 Improvement: Residential Property VINCENT HOYLE C.P. December Term, 2006 No. 001846 $16,748.14 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-547 2818 Ryerson Place 19114 57th Wd 1,800 sq. ft. BRT# 572094609 Improvement: Residential Property UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER OLEG KANTAROVICH, DECEASED C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 004190 $188,131.78 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-548 6615 Edmund St. 19135 41st Wd 1,260 sq. ft. BRT# 411414300 Improvement: Residential Property JOHN TRICE, JR. C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 002144 $89,887.83 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-549 139 E. Wellens Ave. 19120 42nd Wd 2,278.12 sq. ft. BRT# 421191100 Improvement: Residential Property DOUGLAS L. DUNBAR C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 000223 $149,032.45 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-550 6312 N. 13th St. 19141 49th Wd 2,425 sq. ft. BRT# 493222600 Improvement: Residential Property DONNA SCOGGINS AKA DONNA RILEY (REAL OWNER & MORTGAGOR) AND WADE R. SCOGGINS (MORTGAGOR) C.P. November Term, 2008 No. 002867 $92,139.69 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-551 6244 Limekiln Pike 19141 17th Wd 1,212 sq. ft. BRT# 172314800 Improvement: Residential Property TROY K. GRANT C.P. April Term, 2009

SHERIFFSSALE No. 001820 $51,003.82 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-552 4129 Markland St. 19124 33rd Wd 1,140 sq. ft. BRT# 332501100 Improvement: Residential Property MURAD M. SALEM (MORTGAGOR) AND SAFAA SALEM (REAL OWNER) C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 002142 $68,172.07 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-553 6717 Oakland St. 19149 54th Wd 1,824 sq. ft. BRT# 542388100 Improvement: Residential Property JENNIFER GIRALDO C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 001671 $174,650.32 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-554 3204 Fairdale Rd. 19154 66th Wd 1,224 sq. ft. BRT# 663021400 Improvement: Residential Property SYAMSIR JABARIN C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 001433 $155,952.10 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-555 2015 S. 11th St. 19148 39th Wd 1,600 sq. ft. BRT# 394172800 Improvement: Residential Property ANNETTE M. OAKLEY C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 004355 $312,769.09 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-556 1920 Chandler St. 19111 56th Wd 1,596 sq. ft. BRT# 561503500 Improvement: Residential Property BARRY FEHRLE C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 002500 $186,141.45 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-557 1629 Saint Paul St. 19140 13th Wd 822 sq. ft. BRT# 132323400 Improvement: Residential Property UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER RAYMOND BARBER, DECEASED C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 002152 $37,463.72 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-558 4417 Tolbut St. 19136 65th Wd 2,325 sq. ft. BRT# 652099900 Improvement: Residential Property UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER OLEG KANTAROVICH, DECEASED C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 001018 $196,064.65 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-559 1528 Dyre St. 19124 62nd Wd 1,142 sq. ft. BRT# 621005100 Improvement: Residential Property FAINA VASSERMAN C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 001503 $53,033.54 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-560 1838 Tolbut St. 19152 56th Wd 1,104 sq. ft. BRT# 562253500 Improvement: Residential Property RICARDO O'NEVES C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 004348 $172,711.39 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-561 116 S. 51st St. 19139-3425 46th Wd 1,360 sq. ft. BRT# 602168700 Improvement: Residential Property HERMAN W. LOCKLEY AND CHARLOTTE LOCKLEY C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01433 $78,622.27 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-562 9234 Lansford St. 19114-3615 57th Wd 3,296.25 sq. ft. BRT# 572302400 Improvement: Residential Property GAIL MARIA C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 03458 $120,413.16 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-563 7228 Algon Ave. 19111 53rd Wd 4,030.95 sq. ft. BRT# 532433600 Improvement: Residential Property FILIPE SANTOS AND ILDA SANTOS C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01474 $197,930.81 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-564 5633 Bloyd St. 19138 9th Wd 998.97 sq. ft. BRT# 122241810 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JEFFREY A. KEHLER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02575 $35,296.60 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-565 2749 S. Randolph St. 19148 39th Wd 1,060 sq. ft. BRT# 395148300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling TONY TSANG C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00083 $115,063.51 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-566 1219 N. 53rd St. 19131-4308 44th Wd 1,155 sq. ft. BRT# 442319300 Improvement: Residential Property WALKER DUGAN, III C.P. July Term,

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SHERIFFSSALE 1,168 sq. ft. BRT# 172106600 Improvements: Residential Property PAMELA MALLORY AND JAMALL ROUNDTREE C.P. November Term, 2007 No. 01461 $111,832.07 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-665 120 Greenwich St. 19147-6110 1st Wd 829.66 sq. ft. BRT# 011036000 Improvements: Residential Property ANDREA OTTAVIANO C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 04218 $222,781.86 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-666 4658 Edmund St. 19124-3410 23rd Wd 1,391 sq. ft. BRT# 232387000 Improvements: Residential Property JOSEPH FIORAVANTI C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 02632 $43,481.53 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-667 2712 Elbridge St. 19149-2935 35th Wd 1,884.10 sq. ft. BRT# 621298000 Improvements: Residential Property RICHARD SUTTON C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01000 $159,926.22 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-668 2459 76th Ave. 19150 50th Wd Row B/Gar 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 3,537.60 sq. ft. BRT# 501415000 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling SHIRLEY MOORE AND BARRY P. MOORE C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 01408 $157,329.81 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-669 1439 Rosalie St. 19149-3322 35th Wd 1,518.07 sq. ft. BRT# 621095700 Improvements: Residential Property JOSHUA AVILA AND EVY VEGA C.P. January Term, 2009 No. 01189 $136,740.66 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-670 6323 Shelbourne St. 19111-5614 35th Wd 6,218.38 sq. ft. BRT# 353208200 Improvements: Residential Property WILLIAM LEONARD C.P. June Term, 2008 No. 05144 $196,303.34 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-671 551 E. Locust Ave. 19144-1307 12th Wd 3,130.87 sq. ft. BRT# 122071400 Improvements: Residential Property KARINA FRANCIS C.P. March Term, 2008 No. 02120 $189,382.96 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-672 1501 Lardner St. 19149-3301 54th Wd 1,650.62 sq. ft. BRT# 541036900 Improvements: Residential Property FATAMA N. RAHMAN C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 00091 $121,426.83 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-673 246 Fitzwater St., Unit 12 19147 2nd Wd Together with all right, title and interest being 11% undivided interest of, in and to the Common Elements BRT# 888021458 Improvements: Condominium NORMAN R. PROULX AND JANET TOBIAS PROULX C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 00574 $491,080.92 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-674 7332 Sommers Rd. 19138 50th Wd 1,445.50 sq. ft. BRT# 501319000 Improvements: Residential Property CANDISE A. WILLIAMS AND ANTHONY WILLIAMS C.P. December Term, 2007 No. 01265 $102,900.14 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-675 304 Devereaux Ave. 19111-6015 35th Wd 1,440 sq. ft. BRT# 352191700 Improvements: Residential Property MICHAEL MCCREERY C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 03304 $77,963.51 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-676 862 Wynnewood Rd. 19151-3422 34th Wd 3,193 sq. ft. BRT# 344230500 Improvements: Residential Property PATRICK NJA C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04374 $151,420.69 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-677 6531 Tulip St. 19135-2823 41st Wd 1,033 sq. ft. BRT# 411450500 Improvements: Residential Property CARVIN HAGGINS AND TERESA HAGGINS C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 00211 $114,418.07 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-678 818 Swanson St. 19147 2nd Wd Row W/ Gar 3 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 3,752 sq. ft. BRT# 022108767 Improvements: Residential Dwelling LOUIS OROCOFSKY AKA LOUIS J. OROCOFSKY AND MEYER JACK OROCOFSKY C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 02575 $856,253.72 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C.

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276-649 7149 Gillespie St. 19135 41st Wd 1,200 sq. ft. BRT# 412304000 Improvements: Residential Property HOLLIE COLETTI C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00476 $125,463.14 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-650 4921 Walnut St. 19139 46th Wd 2,300 sq. ft. BRT# 601047500 Improvements: Residential Property HEAVYWEIGHT MANAGEMENT, LLC AND NOEL P. COHEN, III, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS VICE-PRESIDENT OF HEAVYWEIGHT MANAGEMENT, LLC C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02810 $232,293.38 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-651 207 E. Wellens Ave. 19120 42nd Wd 2,250 sq. ft. BRT# 421191600 Improvements: Residential Property RUTHY DOWLING C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 04371 $51,808.05 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-652 2412 W. Lehigh Ave. 19132 28th Wd 1,564 sq. ft. BRT# 281362200 Improvements: Residential Property BERNICE WASHINGTON C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03200 $33,508.75 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-653 5019 Rosehill St. 19120 42nd Wd 1,104 sq. ft. BRT# 421348700 Improvements: Residential Property JOSEFA T. JOVEL C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00481 $78,943.34 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-654 648 Anchor St. 19120 35th Wd 2,318.74 sq. ft. BRT# 351266200 Improvements: Residential Property CHIOMA MBATA AND CHUKWUMA MBATA C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 03562 $113,009.83 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-655 3235 Fuller St. 19136 64th Wd 3,205.35 sq. ft. BRT# 642306100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling PAUL GEBELINE, JR. AND MONIQUE GEBELINE C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 002959 $212,606.06 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-656 1816 W. Girard Ave. 19130 47th Wd 1,246.32 sq. ft. BRT# 471023200 Improvements: Residential Property ADAM J. RODGERS C.P. October Term, 2006 No. 03453 $250,269.29 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-657 2529 S. Alder St. 19148 39th Wd 665 sq. ft. BRT# 394124500 Improvements: Residential Property JOHN DESALIS AND NANCY DESALIS A/K/A ANNUNZIATA DESALIS C.P. January Term, 2008 No. 01575 $176,423.77 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-658 122 W. Sharpnack St. 19119-4033 22nd Wd 2,002 sq. ft. BRT# 223037400 Improvements: Residential Property MARCEL C. FRANKLIN C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04319 $203,963.79 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-659 3245 "A" St. 19134-2226 7th Wd 1,048 sq. ft. BRT# 073060000 Improvements: Residential Property MARIELIZ MARTINEZ C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00043 $57,820.02 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-660 7029 Oxford Ave. 19111-4033 53rd Wd 2,450 sq. ft. BRT# 532374190 Improvements: Residential Property JOSIANE ALEXANDRE C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 04199 $94,954.56 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-661 1225 E. Cheltenham Ave. 19124-1031 35th Wd 1,080 sq. ft. BRT# 352019500 Improvements: Residential Property CAROLE SHEPPARD A/K/A CAROLE F. SHEPPARD AND ROBERT J. SHEPPARD, JR. C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00392 $100,719.59 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-662 1957 Princeton Ave. 19149-1114 54th Wd 1,376.50 sq. ft. BRT# 542111300 Improvements: Residential Property AHMAD M. ALHAJ C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01514 $120,300.12 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-663 1811 N. 17th St. 19121-3307 32nd Wd 1,683 sq. ft. BRT# 321110000 Improvements: Residential Property RAY WALKER C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02039 $294,142.26 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-664 6442 N. Sydenham St. 19126 17th Wd

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DARNELL COOPER C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 00939 $45,647.09 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-634 5251 Walnut St. 19139 60th Wd 1,157.40 sq. ft. BRT# 602050200 Improvements: Residential Property JEFFREY D. THOMPSON C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01192 $44,214.34 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-635 1127 Kimbal St. a/k/a 1127 Kimball St. 19147-3801 2nd Wd 672 sq. ft. BRT# 021106900 Improvements: Residential Property JOY BOSTIC C.P. August Term, 2006 No. 03751 $206,526.10 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-636 834 E. Cornwall St. 19134 33rd Wd 819 sq. ft. BRT# 331116700 Improvements: Residential Property YVONNE PAGAN C.P. February Term, 2009 No. 02349 $47,262.32 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-637 2014 Lardner St. 19149-3526 35th Wd 2,254.85 sq. ft. BRT# 621161500 Improvements: Residential Property TAMICKA R. NELSON C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04501 $91,676.02 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-638 7043 Georgian Rd. 19138-2118 10th Wd 1,472 sq. ft. BRT# 101127300 Improvements: Residential Property QUEENIE CUSTIS C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 00207 $112,672.56 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-639 7433 N. 21st St. 19138-2208 10th Wd 1,740 sq. ft. BRT# 101182500 Improvements: Residential Property CYRUS POLLARD AND RHONDA POLLARD C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 00046 $179,203.61 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-640 6156 Lebanon Ave. 19151-4508 34th Wd 3,562.50 sq. ft. BRT# 342127200 Improvements: Residential Property SPENCER D. DYALL C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00054 $136,910.80 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-641 4744 Hazel Ave. 19143 46th Wd 2,205 sq. ft. BRT# 461068200 Improvements: Residential Property ARIF MALIK A/K/A ARIF H. MALIK AND SHIREEN MALIK C.P. June Term, 2008 No. 00050 $145,663.55 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-642 245 N. 52nd St. 19139-1502 44th Wd 1,800 sq. ft. BRT# 441130300 Improvements: Residential Property WOODY L. BASTIEN C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02091 $59,459.57 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-643 2435 S. 61st St. 19142-3215 40th Wd 1,125 sq. ft. BRT# 402055000 Improvements: Residential Property ENOCH KARNUAH C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 02667 $67,988.09 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-644 3528 Rhawn St. 19136 64th Wd 1,044.78 sq. ft. BRT# 642298091 Improvements: Residential Property BEARA BAJRAMOSKI AND JULIANA BAJRAMOSKI C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00166 $140,055.84 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-645 7321 N. 20th St. 19138 10th Wd 1,260.56 sq. ft. BRT# 101157700 Improvements: Residential Property BEVERLY RAWLS AND RICKY RAWLS C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01919 $71,791.71 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-646 3437 Ormes St. 19134 7th Wd 644 sq. ft. BRT# 073120600 Improvements: Residential Property CLARIBEL SANTIAGO C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 01408 $29,431.66 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-647 6108 Palmetto St. 19111 35th Wd 1,624.32 sq. ft. BRT# 352290900 Improvements: Residential Property NYANA BURTON C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 01103 $119,893.48 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-648 219-229 S. 18th St., Unit #1523 19103 8th Wd Together with proportionate undivided interest in the common elements as described in such declaration 508 sq. ft. BRT# 888092960 Improvements: Residential Property DEAN CARLSON, AMY D. CARLSON, JAMES CARPENTER AND DON TOTTEN C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02274 $274,469.24 Michael T. McKeever, Esq.

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SHERIFFSSALE Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-618 1747 N. 60th St. 19151-3910 34th Wd 1,496 sq. ft. BRT# 342199900 Improvements: Residential Property LISA D. TUCKER C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00633 $43,417.62 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-619 3516 Jasper St. 19134 45th Wd 1,025.95 sq. ft. BRT# 452383300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ALISA HADAD C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 001487 $82,055.89 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-620 3526 Welsh Rd. 19136 64th Wd 1,110 sq. ft. BRT# 642308901 Improvements: Residential Dwelling SAFAA DEEB C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 001439 $16,314.37 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-621 4510 Carwithan St. a/k/a 4510 Carwithan Ave. 19136-1410 41st Wd 1,904.40 sq. ft. BRT# 652118700 Improvements: Residential Property FRANK J. ZORNICK C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01521 $145,851.33 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-622 6532 Torresdale Ave. 19135-2822 41st Wd 3,300 sq. ft. BRT# 411298600 Improvements: Residential Property GEORGE V. BOSKIE C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 01264 $151,729.60 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-623 228 N. Simpson St. 19139-1022 34th Wd 900 sq. ft. BRT# 343103100 Improvements: Residential Property KHARY THORPE AND TAMMIE THORPE C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 04380 $80,293.05 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-624 7627 Woodcrest Ave. 19151-2703 34th Wd 1,422.61 sq. ft. BRT# 343195100 Improvements: Residential Property HOWARD W. TUCKER C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 04373 $44,701.57 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-625 2424 Gaul St. 19125-3004 31st Wd 930 sq. ft. BRT# 312063500 Improvements: Residential Property DOLLY C. BATION C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 04338 $148,023.86 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-626 2234 S. Croskey St. 19145-3309 48th Wd 686.76 sq. ft. BRT# 482224200 Improvements: Residential Property NINA LINGHAM AND BARBARA GORDON C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 01395 $86,123.11 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-627 246 E. Meehan Ave. 19119-1932 22nd Wd 1,767.37 sq. ft. BRT# 222084700 Improvements: Residential Property SCOTT EDWARD REID C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 00325 $192,207.85 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-628 4522 Westminster Ave. 19131-5213 6th Wd 980 sq. ft. BRT# 062094700 Improvements: Residential Property MATTHEW CUNNINGHAM AND KEISHA CUNNINGHAM C.P. May Term, 2008 No. 02922 $57,973.60 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-629 534 E. High St. 19144-1129 59th Wd 2,210.92 sq. ft. BRT# 592035700 Improvements: Residential Property MAHADE DAVENPORT C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 01869 $152,862.15 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-630 6237 N. Gratz St. 19141 17th Wd 1,200 sq. ft. BRT# 172288900 Improvements: Residential Property NYEASSHA H. THOMPSON C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 01509 $99,770.56 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-631 110 W. Gorgas Ln. 19119 22nd Wd 2,317.50 sq. ft. BRT# 223122300 Improvements: Residential Property CAROLYN R. STAPLES AND JOHN T. STAPLES C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 02847 $237,572.68 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-632 650 N. 54th St. 19131-4259 52nd Wd 900 sq. ft. BRT# 041108100 Improvements: Residential Property WILLIAM BEATTIE A/K/A WILLIAM BEATTIE, JR. C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 00098 $87,378.11 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-633 805 Lindley Ave. 19141-3918 49th Wd 1,379.50 sq. ft. BRT# 492004400 Improvements: Residential Property

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276-679 3547 N. 21st St. 19140 11th Wd Row Conv/ Apt 3 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 3,978 sq. ft. BRT# 112297800 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling HENRIETTA FAVORS EXECUTOR OF THE ESTATE OF CHARLES WILLIAMS, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00625 $110,225.32 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-680 7347 Montour St. 19111 56th Wd S/D W Det Gar 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 4,000 sq. ft. BRT# 561057500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DEBBIE BOOTH AND SEAN R. KONZMAN C.P. December Term, 2008 No. 02732 $83,379.36 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-681 1515 S. 2nd St. 19147 1st Wd Row 3 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 3,240 sq. ft. BRT# 011065500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling PATRICIA A. FARRELL C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 02588 $143,934.48 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-683 2245 Mifflin St. 19145 48th Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,124.75 sq. ft. BRT# 482031000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling WILLIAM JOHNSON, ADMINISTRATOR OF THE ESTATE OF MAY E. JOHNSON, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03750 $27,949.60 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-684 274 W. Delphine St. 19120 42nd Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 1,505.52 sq. ft. BRT# 422263300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling YING CHANG C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 02999 $65,735.33 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-685 6904 Lincoln Dr. 19119 22nd Wd Det. W/ Gar 2.5 Sty Stone; Improvements: 13,877.56 sq. ft. BRT# 223277900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling STANLEY B. ROGERS AND BRENDA ROGERS C.P. November Term, 2007 No. 01143 $523,244.91 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-686 2601 N. 31st St. 19132 28th Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; 2,669.22 sq. ft. BRT# 282131800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DARRELL W. DORSEY C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 00393 $69,235.16 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-687 3145 W. Diamond St. 19121 32nd Wd Row Conv/Apt 3 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 4,230 sq. ft. BRT# 323132600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ERROL C. HENRY C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03535 $296,910.53 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-688 4819 Garden St. 45th Wd 2,050 sq. ft. BRT# 453343300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JEFFREY LAWHORN C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 02992 $188,516.07 Gregory Javardian, Esq. 276-689 5950 Lawndale St. 35th Wd 1,952 sq. ft. BRT# 352317400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling AZUBUIKE AKOBUNDU C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 06308 $69,328.05 Gregory Javardian, Esq. 276-690 303 Governors Ct., Unit 1505 19146-5219 36th Wd Together with a proportionate undivided interest in the Common Elements (as defined in such Declaration) BRT# 888300710 Improvements: Condominium JOHN ANTHONY GRANTHAM C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01558 $527,528.44 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-691 960 Carver St. 19124-1038 35th Wd 867.10 sq. ft. BRT# 351244600 Improvements: Residential Property SVITLANA SCHYGLYK C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02883 $80,301.47 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-693 300 Byberry Rd., Apt. L4 19116-1912 58th Wd Together with all right, title and interest being 1.3% undivided interest of, in and to the Common Elements BRT# 888582207 Improvements: Condominium LUCILLE RANDOLPH C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 00741 $111,406.52 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-694 3267 Byberry Rd. 19154-1815 66th Wd 2,729.04 sq. ft. BRT# 663057200 Improvements: Residential Property ARMAND GRIMALDI AND MARGARET GRIMALDI C.P. June Term, 2010

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No. 01788 $219,510.09 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-695 1332 Earl St. 19125-3314 18th Wd 1,192.44 sq. ft. BRT# 181114700 Improvements: Residential Property JAMES MALONEY C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 01261 $412,629.33 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-696 10867 Harrow Rd. 19154-3913 66th Wd 1,616.40 sq. ft. BRT# 662074800 Improvements: Residential Property LAURIE HORN C.P. February Term, 2009 No. 01766 $200,683.67 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-697 635 N. Frazier St. 19131-4810 4th Wd 1,165.08 sq. ft. BRT# 043063200 Improvements: Residential Property MILTON O. HAY C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 02165 $50,262.00 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-698 8213 Craig St. 19136-2304 35th Wd 2,112.64 sq. ft. BRT# 642069500 Improvements: Residential Property DEBORAH MCGEE C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 00888 $161,141.33 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-699 283 W. Wingohocking St. 19140 42nd Wd 1,040 sq. ft. BRT# 422002900 Improvements: Residential Property MADELYN ROSARIO C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 03500 $74,519.35 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-700 7612 Elmwood Ave. 19153 40th Wd 1,168 sq. ft. BRT# 404240000 Improvements: Residential Property CHARLES MARABLE AND BENITA C. MARABLE C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 03510 $161,726.54 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-701 729 W. Fisher Ave. 19120 49th Wd 1,687.50 sq. ft. BRT# 492049000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling CHARLES GREGG C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 00075 $78,211.69 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-702 3441 Emerald St. 19134 45th Wd 1,001 sq. ft. BRT# 452323600 Improvements: Residential Property YONIS O. BARRERA C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 05551 $50,077.67 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-703 4616 Saint Davids St. 19127 21st Wd 840 sq. ft. BRT# 211491900 Improvements: Residential Property PATRICK MCMORROW AND ERIN NOLAN C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 04929 $227,698.36 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-704 3966 Richmond St. 19137 45th Wd 2,000 sq. ft. BRT# 453298100 Improvements: Residential Property EDWARD FRANCKS C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 01023 $135,602.81 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-705 5737 Cedar Ave. 19143 46th Wd 1,280 sq. ft. BRT# 463044200 Improvements: Residential Property TERESA MORRISON C.P. January Term, 2009 No. 03647 $88,745.51 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-706 3303 Ashville St. 19136 35th Wd 1,814.40 sq. ft. BRT# 642278200 Improvements: Residential Property RICHARD C. TREACY C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03340 $76,973.64 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-707 6631 Guyer Ave. 19142 40th Wd 1,832.92 sq. ft. BRT# 406310000 Improvements: Residential Property LEROY A. SCURRY C.P. September Term, 2004 No. 02240 $74,122.08 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-708 6028 N. American St. 19120 61st (formerly the 42nd) Wd 1,100 sq. ft. BRT# 612398600 Improvements: Residential Property CHRISTINA TERRY A/K/A CHRISTINA TAYLOR AND MARKEE TERRY A/K/A MARQUE TERRY C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 05924 $102,442.14 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-709 2431 N. Natrona St. 19132 28th Wd 710 sq. ft. BRT# 282201100 Improvements: Residential Property THE UNKNOWN HEIRS OF ALEXANDER DEUTSCH, DECEASED AND ZELDA DEUTSCH, SOLELY IN HER CAPACITY AS HEIR OF ALEXANDER DEUTSCH, DECEASED C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01996 $50,517.56 Michael T. McKeever, Esq.

276-710 2212 S. Beechwood St. 19145 48th Wd 665.52 sq. ft. BRT# 482180700 Improvements: Residential Property RAFIQ A. FAZELBHOY AND SHAHEEN R. FAZELBHOY C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 03178 $126,307.78 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-715 2904 Poplar St. 19130 15th Wd 1,779.68 sq. ft. BRT# 152343800 Improvements: Residential Property ANTHONY PIZZARO C.P. November Term, 2006 No. 00440 $321,599.71 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-716 1121 E. Upsal St. 19150 50th Wd 3,051 sq. ft. BRT# 502311000 Improvements: Residential Property CHRIS ALEXANDER C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 00510 $96,605.83 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-717 124 N. Millick St. 19139 34th Wd 1,015.72 sq. ft. BRT# 341122100 Improvements: Residential Property KEITH I. DEASE C.P. January Term, 2008 No. 01167 $33,609.86 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-718 2837 Tulip St. 19134 25th Wd 821.24 sq. ft. BRT# 252352800 Improvements: Residential Property SATISH K. SURI C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03064 $51,289.71 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-721 5118 Harlan St. 19131 44th Wd 1,065 sq. ft. BRT# 442169100 Improvements: Residential Property JOAN JONES C.P. January Term, 2008 No. 00645 $28,125.19 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-722 3341 Rand St. 19134 33rd Wd 602 sq. ft. BRT# 331361800 Improvements: Residential Property ELIOT KAROL C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 00315 $51,401.35 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-723 4060 N. Marshall St. 19140-2506 43rd Wd 1,350 sq. ft. BRT# 433087600 Improvements: Residential Property LUIS LOZANO C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 03564 $54,644.44 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-724 1207 S. 21st St. 19146 36th Wd 900 sq. ft. BRT# 361207700 Improvements: Residential Property HAYES CLARK C.P. January Term, 2008 No. 00470 $211,518.08 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-725 2301 W. Firth St. 19132-4125 28th Wd 802.50 sq. ft. BRT# 162301500 Improvements: Residential Property DENISE STEVENS A/K/A DENISE M. STEVENS C.P. November Term, 2006 No. 00274 $28,660.45 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-727 329 N. 52nd St. 19139 44th Wd 1,552 sq. ft. BRT# 441353200 Improvements: Residential Property GAYNITA L. LAMAR C.P. October Term, 2007 No. 03688 $98,512.81 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-728 837 E. Sanger St. 19124-1014 35th Wd 1,038.10 sq. ft. BRT# 351219200 Improvements: Residential Property STEVE COMPTON C.P. August Term, 2008 No. 00592 $125,476.79 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-729 521 E. Courtland St. 19120 42nd Wd 834.30 sq. ft. BRT# 421027800 Improvements: Residential Property ERIK LOFTLIN C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 01031 $48,331.10 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-730 1305 N. Alden St. 19131-4113 34th Wd 1,170.25 sq. ft. BRT# 043110400 Improvements: Residential Property MARIA NISENZON C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 02478 $86,901.12 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-731 104 W. Luray St. 19140 42nd Wd 855 sq. ft. BRT# 422047600 Improvements: Residential Property MARSHA EDELMAN, EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF EMANUEL BRYAN, DECEASED C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01522 $30,160.54 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-732 2328 W. Thompson St. 19121 29th Wd 1,080 sq. ft. BRT# 291037400 Improvements: Residential Property TAMMI MILLER C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 04270 $68,854.81 Michael T. McKeever, Esq.

SHERIFFSSALE 276-733 5922 Jefferson St. 19151 34th Wd 1,846.90 sq. ft. BRT# 342057700 Improvements: Residential Property DOROTHY GRAY JONES C.P. February Term, 2009 No. 04101 $42,330.91 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-734 6035 Lansdowne Ave. 19151 34th Wd 1,520 sq. ft. BRT# 342051800 Improvements: Residential Property CHARLES TROTTER C.P. October Term, 2008 No. 02556 $77,154.22 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-735 3145 W. Thompson St., Unit #24 19121 29th Wd 1,367 sq. ft. BRT# 888290044 Improvements: Residential Property DARYL MCGRAW C.P. August Term, 2007 No. 02897 $385,546.71 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-737 4528 Salmon St. 19137 45th Wd 2,350 sq. ft. BRT# 777852505 Improvements: Residential Dwelling VINCENT J. NEJMAN C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 03395 $189,363.57 Daniel J. Mancini, Esq. 276-738 5851 McMahon Ave. 19144 59th Wd 2,500 sq. ft. BRT# 591199600 Subject to Mortgage ALL UNKNOWN HEIRS OF THE ESTATE OF ALVARAH SELBY C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00071 $29,910.46 Daniel J. Mancini, Esq. 276-739 189 Fariston Dr. 19120 50th Wd 1,600 sq. ft. BRT# 611381300 Improvements: Single Family Two Story Row House THE ESTATE OF LYDIA JWILI, AKA LYDIA T. JWILI, AKA LYDIA THANDI JWILI, DECEASED AND SAKE JWILI AND TULANI JWILI C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 000862 $132,441.28 Craig H. Fox, Esq. 276-740 310 W. Grange Ave. 19120-1852 61st Wd 2,500 sq. ft. BRT# 612062300 Improvements: Residential Property THANG V. LE A/K/A THANG VAN LE C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 01996 $66,630.81 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-741 2031 Mercy St. 19145-2806 48th Wd 658 sq. ft. BRT# 481123800 Improvements: Residential Property JASON T. CARUCCI AND FRANK D. PORTER, JR. C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01793 $54,843.54 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-742 1324 N. 53rd St. 44th Wd 1,520 sq. ft. BRT# 442336700 Improvements: Residential Property LISA PEEK C.P. August Term, 2006 No. 002911 $48,383.52 Kristine M. Anthou, Esq. 276-743 1924 S. 18th St. 48th Wd located on NW corner of 18th & Dudley Sts. Frt: 16 ft. Depth: 68 ft. BRT# 481258000 Subject to Mortgage EDGAR CINI C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 004138 $84,200.42 Phillip D. Berger, Esq. 276-744 900 E. Price St. 19138 59th Wd 1,332 sq. ft. BRT# 591066500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling LESLIE GRAY C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00059 $87,166.44 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-745 5717 Commerce St. 19139 4th Wd 1,110 sq. ft. BRT# 042012500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ROLEL COLEMAN C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00749 $69,688.93 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-746 1157 Hellerman St. 19111 53rd Wd 1,935.00 sq. ft. BRT# 531131100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling XUONG V. DANH C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00578 $140,000.23 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-747 425 W. Rittenhouse St. 19144 59th Wd 2,149.52 sq. ft. BRT# 593033500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JENNIFER ROSE C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 01944 $121,025.49 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-748 4436 Pennypack St. 19136 65th Wd 1,786.02 sq. ft. BRT# 652074420 Improvements: Residential Dwelling HARRY S. BLUM AND LORRAINE BLUM C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 00906 $182,708.52 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-750 1141 Pratt St. 19124 62nd (formerly part of the 23rd) Wd 1,299.46 sq. ft. BRT# 621018900 Improvements: Residential Property

SHERIFFSSALE CHARLENE KNOX C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 02438 $102,263.03 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-751 2111 Fraley St. 19124 41st Wd 941.12 sq. ft. BRT# 411027600 Improvements: Residential Property STUART R. KULLA C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 02189 $16,363.12 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-753 5312 N. Camac St. 19141 49th Wd 1,764 sq. ft. BRT# 493175900 Improvements: Residential Property JOSH SUMPTER C.P. January Term, 2009 No. 02151 $130,972.69 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-754 2242 Snyder Ave. 19145 48th Wd 877.25 sq. ft. BRT# 482074200 Improvements: Residential Property HAROLD BLACKSON C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03657 $81,557.50 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-755 6009 Buist Ave. 19142 40th Wd 1,208 sq. ft. BRT# 402254300 Improvements: Residential Property JASON DAIR C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 01790 $75,844.67 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-756 1637 S. Orkney St. 19148 1st Wd 736.29 sq. ft. BRT# 011443200 Improvements: Residential Property ALBERT R. AURINO AND AVE MARIA S. DOUGHERTY C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02664 $274,687.12 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-757 1134 E. Mt. Airy Ave. 50th Wd 1,837.44 sq. ft. BRT# 502482600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ANTHONY GONZALEZ C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 2268 $181,842.02 Gregory Javardian, Esq. 276-760 5425 Vicaris St. 19128 48th Wd 1,638 sq. ft. BRT# 213221144 Improvements: Residential Real Estate CHRISTOPHER MAZEFFA C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 002009 $183,949.56 Stern and Eisenberg LLP 276-761 1526 S. Vodges St. 51st Wd 800 sq. ft. BRT# 514017400 Improvements: Commercial Property FATOU BINTA NDIAYE C.P. February Term, 2009 No. 04049 $86,915.82 Mark A. Cronin, Esq. 276-762 2140 N. Hobart St. 19131 52nd Wd on Southwesterly side of Hobart St. 320.287 ft. Northwestwardly side of Lebanon Ave. Frt: 80.833 ft. Depth: 16.041 ft. BRT# 522244400 ALFRED VINER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01451 $72,733.89 Louis P. Vitti, Esq. 276-763 3475 Collins St., Unit #103 of Tioga Docks Condominiums 45th Wd 3,100 sq. ft. Improvement Area BRT#888450004 Improvements: Condominium BERNARD VALLONE C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 02909 $162,549.78 Phillip D. Berger, Esq. 276-764 6724 Castor Ave. 53rd Wd 2,142 sq. ft. more or less BRT# 532439600 Improvements: Multipurpose Two-Story Building COLL, LLC C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 0011602 $472,990.38 Jenifer G. Fowler, Esq. 276-765 2201 Strahle St., Apt. E101 19152 56th Wd Together with a proportionate undivided interest in the Common Elements of .0087% 1,127 sq. ft. BRT# 888560090 Improvements: Residential Property IOURI LOBOV C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 00604 $70,754.92 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-767 9416 Krewstown Rd. 19115 63rd Wd 10,000 sq. ft. BRT# 632324200 Improvements: Residential Property ANDY DANG A/K/A ANDY Q. DANG C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 00140 $275,150.11 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-768 209 W. Clapier St. 19144 13th Wd 1,185 sq. ft. BRT# 133063300 Improvements: Residential Property GRACE E. WEBB C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00387 $54,810.29 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-769 5146 Sansom St. 19139 46th Wd 1,637.73 sq. ft. BRT# 602039400 Improvements: Residential Property IRA R. MURRAY III C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01834 $53,535.32 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-770 2838 Rawle St. 19149 55th Wd 1,737.20 sq. ft. BRT# 551162300 Improvements: Resi-

SHERIFFSSALE dential Property DENISE MURPHY AND JOHN MURPHY C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 05837 $80,954.40 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-771 7833 Michener Ave. 19150 50th Wd 1,320 sq. ft. BRT# 501146800 Improvements: Residential Property DANA FELDER C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 05219 $98,682.44 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-774 1913 73rd Ave. 19138 10th Wd 1,127 sq. ft. BRT# 101352100 Improvements: Residential Property DEANNA RICHMOND C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 03692 $156,962.86 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-775 2811 Gaul St. 19134 25th Wd 951.93 sq. ft. BRT# 251374605 Improvements: Residential Property CHERYL L. MATERA C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 02522 $80,670.54 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-776 7812 Saturn Place 19153 40th Wd 1,619.10 sq. ft. BRT# 405878500 Improvements: Residential Property LORETTA P. VENEY C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 02098 $76,283.00 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-777 627 Marlyn Rd. 19151 34th Wd 1,591 sq. ft. BRT# 344260200 Improvements: Residential Property HELEN PENN C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03554 $42,574.45 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-778 6715 Trinity St. 19142 40th Wd 1,204.95 sq. ft. BRT# 403092900 Improvements: Residential Property TAUHEDAH CRYOR C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 01020 $91,006.55 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-780 1446 Van Kirk St. 19149 62nd Wd 1,341.28 sq. ft. BRT# 621110100 Improvements: Residential Property JAMES MARSHALL C.P. March Term, 2008 No. 00729 $84,020.08 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-782 1207 Foulkrod St. 19124 23rd Wd 2,535 sq. ft. BRT# 234101400 Improvements: Residential Property JAIME RIVERA C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 03551 $135,860.62 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-785 3636 Wessex Ln. 19114 66th Wd 2,123.93 sq. ft. BRT# 661192900 Improvements: Residential Property JASON BERMUDEZ, IN HIS CAPACITY AS CO-ADMINISTRATOR AND HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF TERRI R. BERMUDEZ A/K/A TERRI BERMUDEZ; ANGELICA M. BERMUDEZ, IN HER CAPACITY AS CO-ADMINISTRATOR AND HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF TERRI R. BERMUDEZ A/K/A TERRI BERMUDEZ AND UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER TERRI R. BERMUDEZ A/K/A TERRI BERMUDEZ, DECEASED C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 04335 $89,597.44 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-786 2601 Pennsylvania Ave., Unit 516 191302327 15th Wd Together with a proportionate undivided interest in the Common Elements (as defined in such Declaration) of 0.117592% BRT# 888072774 Improvements: Condominium JENNIFER S. FORD C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00637 $136,887.10 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-787 1001-1013 Chestnut St., #306W 19107 5th Wd Together with all right, title and interest being 0.708% undivided interest of, in and to the Common Elements BRT# 888110500 Improvements: Residential Property VERNON LIN C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 03588 $239,267.98 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-788 1324 Locust St., Unit 927 19107-7006 5th Wd Together with proportionate undivided interest in the Common Elements, were fully set forth in certain Declaration recorded on October 10, 2006, as Document ID Number 51546518 BRT# 888115650 Improvements: Condominium ROBERT P. MCCABE A/K/A ROBERT MCCABE C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00546 $128,435.75 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-789 3742 S. Hereford Ln. 19114 66th Wd 1,818 sq. ft. BRT# 661267900 Improvements:


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SHERIFFSSALE C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01835 $106,367.56 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-868 929 1/2 Anchor St. 19124 35th Wd Row B/ Gar 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,101.50 sq. ft. BRT# 351286000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ANH T. VU C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 00625 $112,832.21 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-869 665 E. Westmoreland St. 19134 33rd Wd Row Conv/Apt 2 Sty Masonry; 2,422.50 sq. ft. BRT# 331105300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling SHAREEF JONES C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 00560 $78,096.18 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-870 229 E. Johnson St. 19144 22nd Wd Semi/ Det 2.5 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 8,032.50 sq. ft. BRT# 221014000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling PAMELA MCHERRIN C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 01963 $253,939.21 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-871 2860 Welsh Rd. 19152-2136 57th Wd 3,846.15 sq. ft. BRT# 571036900 Improvements: Residential Property MICHELE A. KELLY AND JOHN P. SKYLAKON C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01023 $221,342.30 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-872 1733 S. 21st St. 19145-2044 36th Wd 1,080 sq. ft. BRT# 363269700 Improvements: Residential Property ROBIN LEE C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 02154 $68,413.62 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-874 1950 Elston St. 19138-2719 10th Wd 1,050 sq. ft. BRT# 101330000 Improvements: Residential Property SHONTATE RICHARDSON C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01248 $90,276.62 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-875 1529 Marston St. 19121 29th Wd 669 sq. ft. BRT# 292076800 Improvements: Residential Property ILA SMITH C.P. January Term, 2008 No. 01834 $40,107.29 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-876 6127 Marsden St. 19135-3615 41st Wd 1,600 sq. ft. BRT# 411262900 Improvements: Residential Property DAVID A. SHUTTLEWORTH C.P. January Term, 2009 No. 00811 $39,875.87 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-877 362 E. Claremont Rd. a/k/a 362 Claremont Rd. 19120-1016 61st Wd 3,329.61 sq. ft. BRT# 611347800 Improvements: Residential Property VERNISE L. HUNTER AND EDWARD HUNTER C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01435 $183,681.11 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-878 6602 Erdrick St. 19135-2602 41st Wd 1,240 sq. ft. BRT# 552262800 Improvements: Residential Property BRIAN P. KNUETTEL AND KATHLEEN M. BEAVER C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 00426 $103,802.16 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-879 5311 Yocum St. 19143-5431 51st Wd 1,395 sq. ft. BRT# 512090800 Improvements: Residential Property MORDECHAI PIOTRKOVSKI C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01439 $64,537.38 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-880 2119 E. Tioga St. 19134-2611 45th Wd 959 sq. ft. BRT# 452116100 Improvements: Residential Property LILLIAN M. DIVINY C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01998 $61,495.00 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-881 6477 Lensen St. 19119-2323 22nd Wd 962.40 sq. ft. BRT# 221228200 Improvements: Residential Property BENJAMIN FRANKLIN DIGGS, JR. AND JOYCE DIGGS C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 01313 $57,389.39 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-882 3280 Birch Rd. 19154-1721 66th Wd 2,952.60 sq. ft. BRT# 663006600 Improvements: Residential Property SCHILLER G. LESTAGE AND LYLE GEORGETTE LESTAGE C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 05530 $194,658.30 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-883 588 Alcott St. 19120-1236 35th Wd 1,020 sq. ft. BRT# 352057300 Improvements: Residential Property DARRIUS C. ROUSE C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00224 $95,411.98 Phelan

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DENISE BROUGH AND BRUCE SNYDER C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03775 $675,048.90 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-854 256 W. Queen Ln. 19144-4008 2nd Wd 1,125.83 sq. ft. BRT# 123119400 Improvements: Residential Property ROBERT NICKENS, JR. A/K/A ROBERT NICKENS AND TRACI NICKENS C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02849 $68,864.28 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-855 6552 Vandike St. 19135-2826 41st Wd 1,040 sq. ft. BRT# 411336700 Improvements: Residential Property LILLY SANCHEZ C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 02537 $90,875.80 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-856 8416 Suffolk Place 19153-1913 40th Wd 4,320 sq. ft. BRT# 405187204 Improvements: Residential Property JAMES A. BANKOLE C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 05081 $120,360.45 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-857 4632 Locust St. 19139-4414 46th Wd 1,728 sq. ft. BRT# 461010500 Improvements: Residential Property PETER INGLETON C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 00171 $426,030.53 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-858 2521 S. 2nd St. 19148-4717 39th Wd 732.16 sq. ft. BRT# 391274800 Improvements: Residential Property JESSE SHEMESH C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02291 $176,508.76 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-859 6339 Glenloch St. 19135-3203 41st Wd 1,440 sq. ft. BRT# 411211700 Improvements: Residential Property DONNA M. BALLARD C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 01944 $118,941.41 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-860 457 E. Price St. 19144-5736 22nd Wd 1,062.96 sq. ft. BRT# 591082300 Improvements: Residential Property LOUISE ANNETTE NEDD C.P. August Term, 2008 No. 03826 $58,282.76 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-861 938 E. Sedgwick St. 19150 50th Wd 2,772.29 sq. ft. BRT# 502427800 Improvements: Residential Property LAURA C. FORREST C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 03903 $249,692.54 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-862 2817 Comly Rd. 19154 66th Wd Det 1-1/ 2 Sty Frame; Improvements: 6,700 sq. ft. BRT# 662477500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ANGEL RODRIGUEZ C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 02580 $242,307.02 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-863 7164 Jackson St. 19135 41st Wd Row B/ Gar 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,778.40 sq. ft. BRT# 412311000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling LAURIE MARCOLONGO AND WILLIAM MARCOLONGO C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 03397 $98,505.58 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-864 344 E. Sheldon St. 19120 42nd Wd Row B/ Gar 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,337.22 sq. ft. BRT# 421166000 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling JACQUELINE HUNT C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 01144 $68,375.76 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-865 1677 Meadow St. 19131 23rd Wd Semi/ Det 2 Sty Frame; Improvements: 2,739 sq. ft. BRT# 232126000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JOHN HAIRSTON A/K/A JOHN HAIRSTON, II C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 00681 $68,770.44 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-866 6640 Walker St. 19135 55th Wd Row B/Gar 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,394.50 sq. ft. BRT# 552315400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling EDWARD F. MILLER AND LOUISE A. MILLER C.P. April Term, 2008 No. 04540 $88,173.47 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-867 707 Morris St. 19148 1st Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,036 sq. ft. BRT# 012115500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling CARMEN ANELLO ONLY KNOWN SURVIVING HEIR OF RITA ANELLO, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER AND UNKNOWN SURVIVING HEIRS OF RITA ANELLO, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER

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276-837 1821 N. Mascher St. 19122 19th Wd 1,092 sq. ft. BRT# 183087700 Improvements: Residential Property ELIOT B. KAROL AKA ELLIOT B. KAROL C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 03277 $80,424.74 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-838 821 E. Tioga St. 19134 33rd Wd 1,056 sq. ft. BRT# 331211200 Improvements: Residential Property ELIOT B. KAROL C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 002905 $45,036.02 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-839 2420 S. Orkney St. 19148 39th Wd 1,100 sq. ft. BRT# 392270200 Improvements: Residential Property JENNIFER HOUDESHEL C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 000515 $53,872.10 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-840 1258 E. Pike St. 19124 33rd Wd 1,305 sq. ft. BRT# 332005800 Improvements: Residential Property BENJAMIN PADILLA AKA BENJAMIN F. PADILLA C.P. August Term, 2008 No. 001332 $57,955.37 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-841 5928 Erdrick St. 19135 62nd Wd 1,380 sq. ft. BRT# 622344100 Improvements: Residential Property CAROLYN SHERMAN C.P. October Term, 2007 No. 000373 $115,236.95 Stern and Eisenberg LLP 276-842 2802 N. Taylor St. 19132 38th Wd 745 sq. ft. BRT# 381038205 Improvements: Residential Real Estate WILLIAM RHODES, JR. C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 004138 $49,975.19 Stern and Eisenberg LLP 276-844 1739 W. Erie Ave. 19140 48th Wd 2,456 sq. ft. BRT# 131061000 Improvements: Residential Real Estate ROBERT MOORE A/K/A ROBERT A. MOORE C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 002011 $80,757.26 Stern and Eisenberg LLP 276-845 10819 Kelvin Ave. 19116 33rd Wd S/D with basement and garage 2S masonry and other 1224 sq. ft. BRT# 582556500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling SAMERA S. AHMAD C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01935 $187,161.40 Federman & Associates, LLC 276-846 3130 Hellerman St. 19149 55th Wd 1,176 sq. ft. BRT# 551042200 Improvements: Residential Property ESTATE OF MARY ELLEN ORR, DECEASED C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00744 $131,783.25 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 276-847 4616 Blakiston St. 19136 65th Wd 25.00 Frontage x 185.50 Depth BRT# 652049100 Improvements: Residential Property JOSEPH J. WOOD A/K/A JOSEPH J. WOOD, III AND CAROL WOOD C.P. April Term, 2008 No. 004456 $138,029.13 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 276-848 1817 S. 4th St. 19148 1st Wd 17.00 frontage x 85.00 depth BRT# 011428100 Improvements: Residential Property LYNNE WEBB A/K/A LYNNE C. WEBB AND HENRY A. WEBB A/K/A HENRY A. WEBB, III C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 003186 $367,416.13 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 276-849 2206 Catharine St. 30th Wd located on S side of Catharine St. 47 ft. 6 in. W of 22nd St. Frt: 16 ft. Depth: 60 ft. DEAN ROSSI FOR TENNESSEE AVENUE, LLC C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02564 $196,285.62 Phillip D. Berger, Esq. 276-850 1946 S. Iseminger St. 19148-2207 39th Wd 644 sq. ft. BRT# 394408000 Improvements: Residential Property KIMMARIE S. SANTOSUSSO C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00239 $43,842.28 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-851 6642 Glenloch St. 19135 41st Wd 1,350 sq. ft. BRT# 411208400 Improvements: Residential Property HAYES JOHNSON C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00030 $146,289.83 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-852 6426 Guyer Ave. 19142-3025 40th Wd 1,226.47 sq. ft. BRT# 406319200 Improvements: Residential Property PAUL DIEM C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02203 $63,850.61 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-853 601 Saint Georges Rd. 19119-3341 9th Wd 39,774.96 sq. ft. BRT# 092132600 Improvements: Residential Property

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SHERIFFSSALE ments: Residential Property CLAUDE TROUPE, JR. C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 00544 $50,520.93 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-822 5248 N. Howard St. 19120-3418 42nd Wd 1,050 sq. ft. BRT# 422338700 Improvements: Residential Property SYLLA GEORGE A/K/A SILLA GEORGE AND HARRY S. GEORGE C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 04469 $86,173.32 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-823 5626 Heiskell St. 19124 12th Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 1,771 sq. ft. BRT# 122163600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JEFFREY D. THOMPSON C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 01683 $39,871.61 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-824 1252 S. 19th St. 19146 36th Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,491 sq. ft. BRT# 361174300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling RELE A. KESTER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00367 $119,880.85 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-825 2553 E. Ontario St. 19132 45th Wd 1,125 sq. ft. BRT# 451043700 Improvements: Residential Property CHRISTINA BRUNKEL C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 001205 $95,913.81 Valentino F. DiGiorgio, III, Esq. 276-826 2861 N. Marston St. 19132 38th Wd 1,054 sq. ft. BRT# 381223500 Improvements: Residential Property ARLENE HENRY C.P. September Term, 2005 No. 000926 $46,811.54 Valentino F. DiGiorgio, III, Esq. 276-827 618 E. Lippincott St. 19134 33rd Wd 712.50 sq. ft. BRT# 331017800 Improvements: Residential Property YITZCHOK MEYER C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 002007 $36,319.09 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-828 116 E. Cumberland St. 19125 31st Wd 1,350.36 sq. ft. BRT# 314000600 Improvements: Residential Property FRANK HUEBER C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 003145 $72,988.06 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-829 3053 N. Sydenham St. 19132-2330 11th Wd 1,172.40 sq. ft. BRT# 111180200 Improvements: Residential Property WILLIAM TAYLOR C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01136 $51,169.08 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-830 2826 Poplar St. 19130-1204 15th Wd 1,303.38 sq. ft. BRT# 152343000 Improvements: Residential Property PETER DONAGHY AND HELEN DONAGHY C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03253 $384,630.03 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-831 2443 N. 30th St. 19132 28th Wd 1,612 sq. ft. BRT# 282066000 Improvements: Residential Property AL-SHANNON MUSE C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 000693 $61,994.73 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-832 5108 Duffield St. 19124 62nd Wd 1,980 sq. ft. BRT# 622238600 Improvements: Residential Property DENIA HEATH A/K/A DENIA M. HEATH C.P. August Term, 2004 No. 002680 $61,121.66 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-833 1501 Womrath St. 19124 23rd Wd 1,923.20 sq. ft. BRT# 232010800 Improvements: Residential Property JANET MICKELBERG AND DONNA MICKELBERG C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 001502 $31,953.25 Danielle BoyleEbersole, Esq. 276-834 7522 Wheeler Ave. 19153 40th Wd 740 sq. ft. BRT# 404216825 Improvements: Residential Property ARTELIA T. LAWRENCE C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 000946 $61,260.95 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-835 7110 Bustleton Ave. 19149 54th Wd 896 sq. ft. BRT# 542454900 Improvements: Residential Property JOLENA HINES C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 001823 $130,012.93 Danielle BoyleEbersole, Esq. 276-836 5804 N. 12th St. 19141 49th Wd 1,152 sq. ft. BRT# 493142900 Improvements: Residential Property RAYMOND T. BLUE AND VERONICA I. BLUE C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 003168 $40,633.00 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq.

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SHERIFFSSALE DIANE HAGGERTY C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04503 $67,107.25 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-806 325 W. Seymour St. 19144 13th Wd 4,502.40 sq. ft. BRT# 133076400 Improvements: Residential Property EDWARD M. KELCY C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01578 $62,884.11 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-808 2047 W. Oxford St. 19121 47th Wd 1,124.08 sq. ft. BRT# 472033900 Improvements: Residential Property SHIRARD L. MOORE C.P. November Term, 2005 No. 03195 $38,437.50 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-809 6751 Rutland St. 19149 35th Wd 1,243.04 sq. ft. BRT# 542169500 Improvements: Residential Property KIA N. SHIELDS C.P. May Term, 2008 No. 00326 $130,659.33 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-810 1921 Titan St. 19146 36th Wd 700 sq. ft. BRT# 361090300 Improvements: Residential Property GIDGET M. CUTICCHIA C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03068 $56,014.37 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-811 5422 Charles St. 19124 62nd Wd Row B/ Gar 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,444.05 sq. ft. BRT# 622283200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DAVID FALCO A/K/A DAVE FALCO C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 01798 $92,445.26 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-812 853 E. Ontario St. 19134 33rd Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,625 sq. ft. BRT# 331169300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling KEVIN LESZCZYNSKI C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 01793 $51,316.93 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-813 1925 Tomlinson Rd. 19116 58th Wd S/D W B/G 2S Masonry; Improvements: 4,916 sq. ft. BRT# 582207400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ILIA VIZIROV C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 04264 $175,340.72 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-814 2535 Memphis St. 19125 31st Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 1,864 sq. ft. BRT# 312025100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling CHRIS J. FABYONIC C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 00006 $102,861.58 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-815 509 Courtland East 19131 42nd Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 1,884.30 sq. ft. BRT# 421027200 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling NACHMAN LANDESMAN C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00120 $61,219.99 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-816 2010 Federal St. 19146 36th Wd Row 3 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 1,906.25 sq. ft. BRT# 361042300 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling MICHAEL CANZONERI AND JOSHUA R. GORDON C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 02700 $268,307.92 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-817 1912 Dickinson St. 19146 36th Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,608 sq. ft. BRT# 363050000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MARCUS I. REID AND JAMES REID C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 02150 $47,491.86 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-818 3852 Bennington St. 19124 33rd Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,246 sq. ft. BRT# 332281800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling YUDELKA VALDEZ C.P. July Term, 2008 No. 01888 $61,899.82 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-819 456 E. Mechanic St. 19144 59th Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,444 sq. ft. BRT# 592023100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling TROY GRANT C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 01138 $59,159.74 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-820 6913 Garman St. 19142 40th Wd Row B/ Gar 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,098 sq. ft. BRT# 406262600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling BYRONE JONES C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 00559 $107,775.35 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-821 183 W. Logan St. 19144-3647 22nd Wd 1,275.12 sq. ft. BRT# 123048000 Improve-

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SHERIFFSSALE Residential Property RICHARD L. STRUBLE A/K/A RICHARD L. STUBLE, JR. AND DENISE M. STRUBLE A/K/A DENISE M. MCLAUGHLIN C.P. June Term, 2008 No. 00777 $124,270.65 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-790 6745 Rutland St. 19149 54th Wd 1,308 sq. ft. BRT# 542169200 Improvements: Residential Property ABDELAAL KHALAFALLA AND SAKINA MOHAMED C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 004444 $116,822.09 Christopher A. DeNardo, Esq. 276-791 1870 Haworth St. 19124 62nd Wd 1,293.75 sq. ft. BRT# 622079000 Improvements: Residential Property LINDA H. SCOTT C.P. July Term, 2002 No. 01733 $37,169.37 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-792 2326 S. 70th St. 19142 40th Wd 1,192.09 sq. ft. BRT# 406139600 Improvements: Residential Property CLINTON HARRIOTT AND NATASHA A. MCKOY C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 02175 $47,890.28 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-793 6747 Harley St. 19142 40th Wd 1,611.60 sq. ft. BRT# 406376800 Improvements: Residential Property VAKESI JABATEH C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 00701 $93,255.64 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-794 6520 N. 16th St. 19126 50th Wd 1,328 sq. ft. BRT# 172150700 Improvements: Residential Property ELVA DANIELS C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 00944 $84,464.14 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-795 855 N. 45th St. 44th Wd Situate on the Easterly side of 45th St. at the distance of 155 Northwardly from the Northerly side of Parrish St. Frt: 15 ft. Depth: 85 ft. Alley: 3 ft. BRT# 062351300 Subject to Mortgage DAVID TONEY AND AMIR PROPERTIES C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 04683 $30,751.35 Christine A. Pinto, Esq. 276-796 715 Sparks St. 19120 61st Wd 2,329.11 sq. ft. BRT# 611259600 Improvements: Residential Property SAMIR HICKSON A/K/A SAMIR MIKAL HICKSON C.P. August Term, 2007 No. 00100 $93,931.07 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-797 1631 Pennington Rd. 19151-2719 34th Wd 1,486.67 sq. ft. BRT# 343321100 Improvements: Residential Property WILLIAM CLOVER C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 04994 $71,489.85 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-798 948 Bridge St. 19124-1711 35th Wd 930 sq. ft. BRT# 351149500 Improvements: Residential Property LINNETTA WRIGHT AND WILLIE L. WRIGHT C.P. December Term, 2008 No. 01101 $65,087.57 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-799 8334 Michener Ave. 19150-1709 50th Wd 1,535.20 sq. ft. BRT# 501135000 Improvements: Residential Property ROBERT T. NEGRON C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 03816 $163,736.66 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-800 2304 Gaul St. 19125-2906 31st Wd 842.40 sq. ft. BRT# 312062100 Improvements: Residential Property RAFIQ FAZELBHOY AND SHAHEEN FAZELBHOY C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 04401 $140,155.48 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-801 744 Longshore Ave. 19111 53rd Wd 4,455.52 sq. ft. BRT# 532166500 Improvements: Residential Property THERESA COMBER AND GERALD J. COMBER C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 01080 $99,725.45 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-802 453 E. Loudon St. 19120 42nd Wd 1,202.49 sq. ft. BRT# 421092000 Improvements: Residential Property RAFAEL A. CINTRON C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03659 $94,975.30 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-804 7132 Saul St. 19149 54th Wd 1,286.40 sq. ft. BRT# 542438500 Improvements: Residential Property MEGAN YEAMANS C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01791 $69,527.19 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-805 966 Carver St. 19124 35th Wd 867.10 sq. ft. BRT# 351244900 Improvements: Residential Property


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Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-884 3120 N. Sheridan St. 19133-2441 37th Wd 716.50 sq. ft. BRT# 372039200 Improvements: Residential Property TODD F. SMITH, SR. A/K/A TODD SMITH AND MARCHA P. SMITH C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00850 $19,877.86 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-885 7201 Ditman St. 19135-1212 41st Wd 1,713.60 sq. ft. BRT# 412366700 Improvements: Residential Property TERRENCE W. BERNARD C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00475 $79,326.94 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-886 5450 Chestnut St. 19139-3337 60th Wd 1,940 sq. ft. BRT# 603017000 Improvements: Residential Property TYRONE WILLIAMS C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01781 $87,248.13 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-887 721 Tyson Ave. 19111-4326 35th Wd 2,689.50 sq. ft. BRT# 532228800 Improvements: Residential Property MYRLANDE ALEXIS C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 00548 $174,822.53 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-888 2211 Solly Ave. 19152-2807 56th Wd 3,068.05 sq. ft. BRT# 562079600 Improvements: Residential Property DELIA S. RODRIGUEZ C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 04892 $178,661.31 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-889 5328 N. 15th St. 19141 17th Wd 1,792 sq. ft. BRT# 172063500 Improvements: Residential Property SHANELLE RIVERS C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 003566 $119,644.87 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-890 4323 N. Orianna St. 19140 7th Wd 690 sq. ft. BRT# 072132300 Improvements: Residential Property JESSE KING C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 06205 $57,650.20 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-891 5547 Chew Ave. 22nd Wd 1,911 sq. ft. BRT# 122229400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ROOSEVELT BRANT A/K/A ROOSEVELT BRANT III C.P. October Term, 2008 No. 01807 $69,713.93 Gregory Javardian, Esq. 276-892 4134 Robbins Ave. 41st Wd 1,329.72 sq. ft. BRT# 552038600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling NICOLE SMITH AND MABEL NIXON C.P. May Term, 2008 No. 2508 $87,675.75 Gregory Javardian, Esq. 276-893 7425 Drexel Rd. 19151 34th Wd 1,591.38 sq. ft. BRT# 343211700 Improvements: Residential Dwelling LAKIESHA UNDERDUE C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 003315 $109,482.53 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-894 4704 Leiper St. 23rd Wd 33,125 sq. ft. BRT# 882938230 Improvements: Misc. YMCA Type Masonry THE NEW FRANKFORD COMMUNITY Y C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 000911 $178,464.93 plus interest through the date of the sheriff's sale, plus costs William J. Levant, Esq. 276-895 2613 Marshall St. 19148 39th Wd 700 sq. ft. BRT# 393133800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling GEORGE DOUGHERTY (MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER) C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 001491 $93,904.01 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-896 146 N. 60th St. 19139 34th Wd 1,055.6 sq. ft. BRT# 341080300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling GOLAN B. PERRY, III C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 03207 $58,445.46 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-897 5650 Elmwood St. 19143 40th Wd 1,136 sq. ft. BRT# 402230200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling HELENE LAZARUS C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 00621 $38,698.62 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-898 2114 Brighton St. 19149 54th Wd 1,796.3 sq. ft. BRT# 542092100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling IRIS A. FONTAINE-GLOVER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 00062 $200,555.02 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-899 248 N. Ramsey St. 19139 44th Wd 900 sq. ft. BRT# 441106200 Improvements: Residential Property KEVIN E. BUTLER A/K/A KEVIN E.

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BUTLER, SR. C.P. June Term, 2008 No. 04824 $43,562.68 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-900 1521 E. Pastorius St. 19138-1622 10th Wd 1,557.60 sq. ft. BRT# 102179400 Improvements: Residential Property CHRISANDRA JACOBS C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 01439 $94,098.17 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-901 9525 Clark St. 19115 58th Wd 5,625 sq. ft. BRT# 581436100 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JOSE COLON C.P. July Term, 2007 No. 003861 $293,359.79 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-902 606 E. Westmoreland St. 19134 33rd Wd 1,023.30 sq. ft. BRT# 331092000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling SHELLYANN C. NEAL A/K/A SHELLEYANN NEAL C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 03347 $66,305.26 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-903 3900 Ford Rd., Unit 19-Q 19131 52nd Wd 1,217 sq. ft. BRT# 888520291 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MICHELE D. MCILWAIN C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 01447 $169,455.64 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-904 2110 S. Lambert St. 19145 48th Wd 892.08 sq. ft. BRT# 481354300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling REMONA A. GARY C.P. January Term, 2006 No. 003280 $62,737.24 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-905 909 E. Tioga St. 19134 33rd Wd 954.75 sq. ft. BRT# 331213200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JAMILE JEFFERSON AND ROSE T. TUGGLES C.P. July Term, 2006 No. 001085 $53,067.22 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-906 2085 E. Kingston St. 19124 45th Wd 1,077.31 sq. ft. BRT# 452142000 Improvements: Residential Property MIGDALIA BATIZ C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 000518 $33,382.63 Danielle BoyleEbersole, Esq. 276-907 5247 Sylvester St. 19124 23rd Wd 1,080 sq. ft. BRT# 621370900 Improvements: Residential Property DANIEL C. STANGO AND HELEN M. STANGO C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 001478 $94,896.83 Danielle BoyleEbersole, Esq. 276-908 3212 N. Hope St. 19140 33rd Wd 1,064 sq. ft. BRT# 072020200 Improvements: Residential Property DAMARIS MENDEZ C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 004692 $15,218.23 Danielle Boyle-Ebersole, Esq. 276-909 1711 Georges Ln. 19131 52nd Wd 1,284 sq. ft. BRT# 521345600 Improvements: Residential Property KARIM A. KHABIR AND PATRICIA D. KHABIR C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 000353 $70,033.47 Danielle BoyleEbersole, Esq. 276-910 1839 Ginnodo St. 19130 47th Wd 1,376 sq. ft. BRT# 471018410 Improvements: Residential Property MARIA JOSEY C.P. December Term, 2008 No. 004728 $90,360.45 Danielle Boyle-Ebersole, Esq. 276-911 7307 N. 20th St. 19138 10th Wd 1,260.56 sq. ft. BRT# 101157000 Improvements: Residential Property LATANYA B. WILLIAMS C.P. April Term, 2006 No. 01950 $50,454.86 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-913 520 N. Holly St. 19140 24th Wd 870 sq. ft. BRT# 061238600 Improvements: Residential Property GERALD HINTON C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 03285 $38,222.28 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-914 2022-2024 S. 13th St. 19148 39th Wd 4,817 sq. ft. improvement area; 3,200 sq. ft. land area BRT# 883537500 Subject to Mortgage IFGF, LLC C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 001186 $470,468.70 Justin L. McCall, Esq. 276-915 5715 Commerce St. 19139 4th Wd 930 sq. ft. BRT# 042012400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling RAHSAAN KINLAW A/K/A RASHAAN KINLAW AND HAMMER INVESTMENT CORPORATION, REAL OWNER C.P. August Term, 2008 No. 003000 $44,382.56 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-916 1703 S. 11th St. 19148 1st Wd 1,120 sq. ft. BRT# 012403300 Improvements: Residen-

tial Dwelling NICHOLAS SACERDOTE, JR. C.P. July Term, 2008 No. 004300 $197,882.56 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-917 7202 Oakley St. 19111 35th Wd 914.8 sq. ft. BRT# 353220500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling WILLIAM O'NEILL, JR. C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02783 $137,284.56 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-918 3441 Tudor St. 19136-3812 64th Wd 1,616 sq. ft. BRT# 642135300 Improvements: Residential Property VICTORIA DORSEY AND RAMELL MOLLY DORSEY C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 00754 $168,390.87 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-919 1628 E. Howell St. 19149-3412 62nd Wd 1,734.56 sq. ft. BRT# 621124400 Improvements: Residential Property OLGA I. APONTE C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02375 $110,128.92 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-920 1208 McKean St. 19148-2208 39th Wd 1,060.61 sq. ft. BRT# 394258100 Improvements: Residential Property MONIQUE CIANCAGLANI C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 00729 $11,775.02 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-921 4649 Ella St. a/k/a 4649 N. Ella St. 191204418 42nd Wd 1,578.08 sq. ft. BRT# 421311700 Improvements: Residential Property BASIL E. CHUKWUNENYE AND MARIA N. CHUKWUNENYE C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00265 $68,082.99 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-922 5614 N. 7th St. 19120-2208 61st Wd 1,984.16 sq. ft. BRT# 612230900 Improvements: Residential Property KATRINA CLARK AND LIONEL CLARK C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 03919 $77,512.29 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-923 314 E. Vernon Rd. 19119-1948 22nd Wd 2,064 sq. ft. BRT# 222024500 Improvements: Residential Property APRIL L. MARTIN C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04388 $109,229.34 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-924 2867 Chatham St. 19134-4213 25th Wd 1,012.44 sq. ft. BRT# 251400900 Improvements: Residential Property GLORIMIR GORGAS A/K/A GIORIMIR GORGAS C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 03698 $147,890.45 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-925 3444 Primrose Rd. 19114-2620 57th Wd 2,668.75 sq. ft. BRT# 572125423 Improvements: Residential Property JOSEPH MESSINA C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02675 $155,247.36 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-926 253 W. Sheldon St. 19120-3318 42nd Wd 910 sq. ft. BRT# 422203300 Improvements: Residential Property DONALD KOLLER C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 05408 $75,398.58 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-927 5420 Akron St. 19124-1202 23rd Wd 1,212.67 sq. ft. BRT# 621422300 Improvements: Residential Property WENDY WHITE C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00113 $88,987.57 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-928 4032 Markland St. 19124-5330 33rd Wd 894.60 sq. ft. BRT# 332491500 Improvements: Residential Property DAYANARA D. MONTALVO A/K/A DAYANARA SANTIAGO AND PAULA VEGA C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 01008 $45,350.36 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-929 2004 Lardner St. 19149 62nd Wd 2,143.31 sq. ft. BRT# 621161000 Improvements: Residential Property LESLIE SAMPSON C.P. July Term, 2005 No. 01797 $123,278.79 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-930 6117 Torresdale Ave. 19135-3717 41st Wd 1,207 sq. ft. BRT# 411313500 Improvements: Residential Property VERA S. KUVELINA AND DMITRIY MAKAROV C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00982 $91,492.49 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-931 2900 S. Smedley St. 19145 26th Wd 1,216 sq. ft. BRT# 261349700 Improvements: Residential Property JOHN MCDEVITT C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 000942 $206,841.65 Danielle

SHERIFFSSALE Boyle-Ebersole, Esq. 276-932 2233 S. Chadwick St. 19145 26th Wd 780 sq. ft. BRT# 261313600 Improvements: Residential Property GINA ROUNSVILLE C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 02094 $107,412.28 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-933A-B 23rd Wd (1949 Berkshire St. - Premise A 19124-4618) 980 sq. ft. BRT# 232035400 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row Conv/ Apt 2Sty Masonry 45th Wd (2231 Bridge St. - Premise B 19137-1321) 1,920 sq. ft. BRT# 453381200 Subject to Rent Improvements: Semi/Det 3 Sty Masonry AMERICAN DREAM PROPERTIES LLC C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 000321 $428,788.87 plus costs Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-934A-E 33rd Wd (4019 Dungan St. - Premise A 19124-5316) 1,232 sq. ft. BRT# 332419500 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 25th Wd (3071 Joyce St. - Premise B 191343726) 956 sq. ft. BRT# 252492400 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 45th Wd (2062 E. Pacific St. - Premise C 19134-2134) 985 sq. ft. BRT# 452168300 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 62nd Wd (5002 Torresdale Ave. - Premise D 19124-2218) 759 sq. ft. BRT# 622449000 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 23rd Wd (1739 Margaret St. - Premise E 19124-2761) 1,241 sq. ft. BRT# 232159300 Subject to Rent Improvements: Semi Det 2 Sty Masonry NO AGENT PROPERTIES LLC C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 000153 $1,085,234.26 plus costs Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-935A-E 41st Wd (5709 Torresdale Ave. - Premise A 19135-4110) 1,440 sq. ft. BRT# 411307300 Subject to Rent Improvements: Semi Det 2 Sty Masonry 61st Wd (5715 Mascher St. - Premise B 19120-2417) 1,290 sq. ft. BRT# 612438700 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 41st Wd (2054 Carver St. - Premise C 19124-1629) 966 sq. ft. BRT# 411044000 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 25th Wd (3155 Aramingo Ave. - Premise D 19134-4421) 1,086 sq. ft. BRT# 251465200 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 45th Wd (1926 E. Pike St. - Premise E 191244432) 1,140 sq. ft. BRT# 452216100 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row W/Det Gar 2 Sty Masonry NO AGENT PROPERTIES LLC C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 000153 $1,085,234.26 plus costs Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-936 4762 Vista St. 19136-4113 65th Wd 1,160 sq. ft. BRT# 651034600 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row B/Gar 2 Sty Masonry NO AGENT PROPERTIES LLC C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 000368 $70,151.67 Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-937 6212 Gillespie St. 19135-3215 55th Wd 1,136 sq. ft. BRT# 552425300 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row B/Gar 2 Sty Masonry NO AGENT PROPERTIES LLC C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 000408 $91,988.34 Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-938 2118 E. Ontario St. 19134-2626 45th Wd 1,965 sq. ft. BRT# 452079200 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 3 Sty Masonry AMERICAN DREAM PROPERTIES LLC C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 001860 $52,445.25 Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-939 3514 President St. 19114-1709 66th Wd 1,440 sq. ft. BRT# 661076100 Subject to Rent Improvements: S/D W Det Gar 2 Sty Mas.+ AMERICAN DREAM PROPERTIES LLC C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 001719 $146,476.17 Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-940A-E 23rd Wd (1528 Church St. - Premise A 19124-3935) 2,070 sq. ft. BRT# 232037000 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row Conv/ Apt 3 Sty Masonry 33rd Wd (3426 "G" St. - Premise B 191341317) 1,260 sq. ft. BRT# 331327800 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 33rd Wd (3424 "G" St. - Premise C 191341317) 1,260 sq. ft. BRT# 331327700 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 23rd Wd (4301 Griscom St. - Premise D 19124-3911) 1,445 sq. ft. BRT# 232444000 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 62nd Wd (5043 Worth St. - Premise E

SHERIFFSSALE 19124-2225) 720 sq. ft. BRT# 622465700 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row w/ Det Gar 2 Sty Masonry AMERICAN DREAM PROPERTIES LLC C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 000321 $428,788.87 plus costs Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-941 1544 S. Wilton St. 19143 51st Wd Front Approx. 15 ft. Depth: Approx. 55 ft. BRT# 512058100 Improvements: 2 Story inside row 1,431 sq. ft. Residential Building SHAWN SIMS C.P. November Term, 2007 No. 001490 $108,365.13 Axel A. Shield, II, Esq. 276-942 5612 Catharine St. 19143 46th Wd Front Approx. 15.45 ft. Depth: Approx. 80 ft. BRT# 463107300 Improvements: 2 Story inside row 2,366 sq. ft. Residential Building SHAWN SIMS C.P. November Term, 2007 No. 001492 $108,365.13 Axel A. Shield, II, Esq. 276-943 4205 Delaire Landing Dr. 19114 65th Wd Res. Condo. 3 Sty Mas. + Other; Improvements: 1,328 sq. ft. BRT# 888650486 Improvements: Residential Dwelling RONA RICHARDSON, EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF SHIRLEY FIELDS, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 01373 $207,548.29 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-944 922 W. York St. 37th Wd 786.37 sq. ft. BRT# 371358200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling CONSUELA WILLIAMS C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 3297 $12,869.96 Gregory Javardian, Esq. 276-945 1268 S. Newkirk St. 19146 36th Wd 712.50 sq. ft. BRT# 362151500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling KEVIN TAYLOR C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 001478 $55,532.32 Martha E. Von Rosenstiel, Esq. 276-946 3660 N. 21st St. 19140-3944 38th Wd 1,488 sq. ft. BRT# 131297400 Improvements: Residential Property JAMES GIBSON A/K/A JAMES GIBSON, JR. AND ERIC M. SMITH C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00388 $110,101.23 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-948 4048 Markland St. 19124-5330 33rd Wd 892.20 sq. ft. BRT# 332492300 Improvements: Residential Property YSOLINA Y. VELOZ C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 01844 $90,088.09 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-949 1128 Bloomdale Rd. 19115-2924 58th Wd 6,300 sq. ft. BRT# 581120600 Improvements: Residential Property SANDRA M. BERARDI C.P. February Term, 2008 No. 02400 $91,053.38 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-950 4280 Paul St. 19124-4629 23rd Wd 2,990 sq. ft. BRT# 232515500 Improvements: Residential Property RODNEY A. FISHER C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00007 $131,067.73 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-951 3144 Cottman Ave. 19149-1501 35th Wd 1,718.46 sq. ft. BRT# 551509800 Improvements: Residential Property DONNA EASTERDAY C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 02252 $112,219.91 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-952 6739 Gillespie St. 19135-2205 41st Wd 1,440 sq. ft. BRT# 552452000 Improvements: Residential Property OLENA MALAYDAKH C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03251 $129,820.23 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-953 6656 Blakemore St. 19119-3835 22nd Wd 1,517.23 sq. ft. BRT# 221286100 Improvements: Residential Property SHERRI JEFFRIES AND CARL PRAY C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 05237 $171,561.47 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-954 2629 Coral St. 19125-1409 31st Wd 491.17 sq. ft. BRT# 311120200 Improvements: Residential Property GERALD EDWARD MARTIN C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03602 $76,331.88 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-955 868 N. Taney St. 19130 15th Wd 1,232.50 sq. ft. BRT# 151301300 Improvements: Residential Property THOMAS N. FISHER AND MARIA U. FISHER C.P. October Term, 2007 No. 00449 $133,844.15 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-956 2521 Sepviva St. 19125 31st Wd 784 sq. ft.

SHERIFFSSALE BRT# 311234100 Improvements: Residential Property DENNIS D. PROBST C.P. February Term, 2009 No. 04253 $199,675.22 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-957 41 N. Dewey St. 19139 34th Wd 900 sq. ft. BRT# 341153100 Improvements: Residential Property SANDRA S. WILLIAMS C.P. September Term, 2006 No. 00146 $55,299.02 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-958 3006 McKinley St. 19149 35th Wd 991.25 sq. ft. BRT# 621252000 Improvements: Residential Property GARRETT C. GIRD C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00035 $123,265.24 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-959 4615 Hurley St. 19124 42nd Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,160.16 sq. ft. BRT# 421445500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JAMAL REYNOLDS C.P. October Term, 2008 No. 03984 $47,152.19 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-961 1220 Catharine St. 19147 2nd Wd 1,504 sq. ft. BRT# 022226600 Improvements: Residential Property VINCENT TAM C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 0161 $269,079.33 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq. 276-962 810 Watkins St. 19148 1st Wd 952 sq. ft. BRT# 012334300 Improvements: Residential Property DONNA HAYES C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 3551 $242,680.89 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq. 276-964 2642 E. Ann St. 19134 25th Wd 1,283.60 sq. ft. BRT# 251066100 Improvements: Residential Property CHARLEEN J. WERWINSKI A/K/A CHARLENE J. WERWINSKI C.P. January Term, 2008 No. 03054 $81,938.33 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-965 1805 Manton St. 19146-2922 36th Wd 912 sq. ft. BRT# 361046900 Improvements: Residential Property FRED BAKER C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 01189 $265,903.24 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-966 2645 Parma Rd. 19131-2708 52nd Wd 1,944 sq. ft. BRT# 521239600 Improvements: Residential Property WILLIAM T. SMITH C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 04047 $75,315.42 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-967 2624 S. Shields St. 19142 40th Wd 1,472 sq. ft. BRT# 406032500 Improvements: Residential Property AMANDA R. SMITH A/K/A AMANDA SMITH C.P. April Term, 2007 No. 02179 $73,349.34 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-968 5822 Akron St. 19149 35th Wd 1,240 sq. ft. BRT# 621424800 Improvements: Residential Property GEORGE DICKERSON C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 04576 $143,203.47 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-969 4737 Loring St. 19136 65th Wd 1,250 sq. ft. BRT# 651030000 Improvements: Residential Property SVETLANA YANKOVSKY C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 2379 $90,959.05 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq. 276-970 235 W. Rockland St. 19120 42nd Wd 1,438 sq. ft. BRT# 422118100 Improvements: Residential Property NDUBUISI OKORO C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 01108 $65,507.92 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq. 276-972 6341 Tulip St. 19135-3322 41st Wd 1,500 sq. ft. BRT# 411446900 Improvements: Residential Property WILLIAM E. NUSSLEIN C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 01656 $112,852.88 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-973 4467 Silverwood St. 19127-1338 21st Wd 980.46 sq. ft. BRT# 211242300 Improvements: Residential Property COLLEEN GALLAGHER C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 05781 $191,523.05 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-974 6141 Harley Ave. 19142-3411 40th Wd 1,201.20 sq. ft. BRT# 402287600 Improvements: Residential Property KEVIN BARBER C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 02523 $60,389.37 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-975 220 Rock St. 19128-3740 21st Wd 1,440.80 sq. ft. BRT# 213066912 Improvements:


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SHERIFFSSALE the Common Elements (as defined in such Declaration) of .556% BRT# 888581502 Improvements: Condominium JANE BACK, IN HER CAPACITY AS COADMINISTRATRIX AND HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF JACOB BACK A/K/A YAKOV BAK, DECEASED; IRINA KOZAREZ, IN HER CAPACITY AS CO-ADMINISTRATRIX AND HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF JACOB BACK A/K/A YAKOV BAK, DECEASED AND UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER JACOB BACK A/ K/A YAKOV BAK, DECEASED C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 01659 $91,386.51 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1054 1324 Locust St., Unit 516 19107 5th Wd Together with a proportionate undivided interest in the Common Elements, as were fully set forth in certain Declaration recorded on 04/03/2007 in Instrument # 51662984 BRT# 888115394 Improvements: Condominium STEPHEN JAWORSKYJ AND GEORGIANN JAWORSKYJ C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00330 $101,282.18 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1055 1816 Christian St., Unit 1 19146-2647 30th Wd Together with a proportionate undivided interest in the Common Elements, as were fully set forth in certain Declaration recorded on 12/26/2007 in Instrument # 51830388 BRT# 888303688 Improvements: Condominium CORWIN J. BENNETT C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03016 $310,831.23 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1056 1100 Vine St., Unit P302 19107-1745 5th Wd Together with all right, title and interest being .4062% undivided interest of, in and to the Common Elements BRT# 888072074 Improvements: Condominium FRANCIS X. ONEILL AND DONNA M. MOYER C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01447 $125,925.96 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1057A-B 41st Wd (7225 Marsden St. - Premise A 19135-1224) 1,236.90 sq. ft. BRT# 412392600 Improvements: Residential Property 41st Wd (7225R Marsden St. - Premise B 19135-1224) 560 sq. ft. BRT# 412392700 Improvements: Vacant Land GERALDA DABADY C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01019 $122,415.04 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1058 2445 N. 30th St. 19132-3003 28th Wd 984.25 sq. ft. BRT# 282066100 Improvements: Residential Property KATHY RENEE CHAMBLISS SPELLER, INDIVIDUALLY AND AS TRUSTEE FOR DANIEL LLOYD SPELLER AND TEISHA MALIKA CHAMBLISS SPELLER C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02465 $23,165.11 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1059 5417 Chester Ave. 19143-4913 21st Wd 1,900 sq. ft. BRT# 514127400 Improvements: Residential Property JACOB HASIS C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 02274 $89,287.20 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1060 2452 N. 30th St. 19132 28th Wd 1,090 sq. ft. BRT# 282078500 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Property ALL KNOWN AND UNKNOWN HEIRS OF THOMAS M. BURWELL C.P. July Term, 2008 No. 03919 $17,464.55 Brett A. Solomon, Esq. 276-1061 2032 Plum St. 19124-3444 33rd Wd 990 sq. ft. BRT# 232112900 Improvements: Residential Property FRANCIS DALEY C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 01746 $70,459.00 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1062 140-144 Washington Ln. 59th Wd 4,089 sq. ft. BRT# 593081600 144 WASHINGTON LANE, LLC C.P. February Term, 2009 No. 000472 $246,977.04 Andrew J. Flame, Esq. 276-1063 1200 W. Airdrie St. 19140 43rd Wd 1,680 sq. ft. BRT# 432207600 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling KENNETH ELSTON C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 00944 $63,985.17 Daniel J. Mancini, Esq. 276-1064 6023 Nassau Rd. 19151-3509 34th Wd 1,388.14 sq. ft. BRT# 342083600 Improvements: Residential Property KIRKLAND SIMONS C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01013 $60,284.73 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP

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40th Wd (7507 Buist Ave. - Premise B 19153) on Northwestwardly side of Buist Ave. 50 ft. of 75th St. Frt: 25 ft. Depth: 100 ft. BRT# 404284700 Subject to Mortgage TIMMY LE C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 2725 $158,062.26 Patrick Thomas Woodman, Esq. 276-1041 2807 Chase Rd. 19152 57th Wd 2,806.87 sq. ft. BRT# 571070600 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling SAM KHASHAB C.P. February Term, 2009 No. 03197 $179,977.96 Daniel J. Mancini, Esq. 276-1043 3510 Trevi Court 19145 40th Wd 3,053.20 sq. ft. BRT# 262381200 Improvements: Residential Property JOSEPH CONTI AND MICHELLE CONTI C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 03118 $426,618.66 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1044 1908 N. 22nd St. 19121-2112 32nd Wd 1,616 sq. ft. BRT# 322092500 Improvements: Residential Property STEPHEN JACKSON C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00429 $90,335.89 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1045 3030 N. Taney St. 19132 38th Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 1,489 sq. ft. BRT# 381200400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling UNKNOWN SURVIVING HEIRS OF HAROLD E. HENDLEY, SR., DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER, HAROLD E. HENDLEY, JR., KNOWN SURVIVING HEIR OF HAROLD E. HENDLEY, SR., DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER AND LAURA HENDLEY, KNOWN SURVIVING HEIR OF HAROLD E. HENDLEY, SR., DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04529 $34,216.28 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-1046 6309 Limekiln Pike 19138 17th Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,709 sq. ft. BRT# 172307600 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling UNKNOWN SURVIVING HEIRS OF VIVIAN HERBERT, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER AND HOPE HERBERT, ONLY SURVIVING HEIR OF VIVIAN HERBERT, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 04511 $72,442.14 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-1047 905 N. 64th St. 19151-3403 34th Wd 3,240 sq. ft. BRT# 344241800 Improvements: Residential Property PATRICIA A. THOMAS C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 02697 $210,553.71 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1048 2940 S. Juniper St. 39th Wd 1,266 sq. ft. BRT# 395361600 Improvements: Residential Property CONCETTA FINA AND LORINDA FINA, EXECUTRIX FOR THE ESTATE OF CONCETTA FINA C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 03282 $156,594.16 plus interest in the amount of $9,137.70 from 11/17/09 Zachary S. Davis, Esq. 276-1049 5820-24 Germantown Ave. 59th Wd Approx. 0.67 acres BRT# 882937995 Improvements: Commercial Building GERMANTOWN SETTLEMENT C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 3498 $1,309,392.25 Jane M. Duffy, Esq. 276-1050 6351 Wheeler St. 40th Wd 1,057 sq. ft. BRT# 402176000 Improvements: Residential Property ROSALIND M. EDWARDS C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04252 $61,741.90 Mary L. Harbert-Bell, Esq. 276-1051A-B 34th Wd (403 N. 64th St. - Premise A) 4,000 sq. ft. BRT# 882921765 Improvements: Residential Property 34th Wd (405 N. 64th St. - Premise B) 3,125 sq. ft. BRT# 882921765 Improvements: Residential Property ROBERT J. MASSELLA C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 002218 $169,539.22 Mary L. Harbert-Bell, Esq. 276-1052 6526 Torresdale Ave. 19135-3719 41st Wd 1,408 sq. ft. BRT# 411298300 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry NO AGENT PROPERTIES LLC C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 000153 $1,085,234.26 plus costs Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-1053 110-130 Byberry Rd., Unit E8 a/k/a 110 Byberry Rd., Unit E8 19116 58th Wd Being and designated on Declaration Plan as Unit No. E-8, as more fully described in such Declaration Plan and Declaration, together with a proportionate undivided interest in

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276-1023 2017 Parrish St. 19130 15th Wd 1,054.2 sq. ft. BRT# 152291900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling FRANCIOS DUTCHIE, RAY KURIAN DUTCHIE A/K/A RAY S. KURIAN DUTCHIE AND DAVID CASTRODIEPHOUSE C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 01382 $470,112.35 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1024 1010 W. Chelten Ave. 19126 49th Wd 8,238.75 sq. ft. BRT# 492080500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DELMONT S. FOX (LAST RECORD OWNER) AND SHERMONT FOX (KNOWN HEIR OF DELMONT S. FOX) C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03021 $147,452.89 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1025 272 S. 56th St. 19139 46th Wd 1,280 sq. ft. BRT# 604216200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MICHELLE BOURNE C.P. March Term, 2006 No. 004120 $52,470.57 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1026 1617 S. Etting St. 19145-1220 36th Wd 749 sq. ft. BRT# 364308100 Improvements: Residential Property BRYAN MANION C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 02621 $54,138.66 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1028 7335 N. 19th St. 19126 10th Wd 1,320 sq. ft. BRT# 101116400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling CYNTHIA COOPER AND UNITED STATES OF AMERICA C.P. May Term, 2008 No. 002419 $89,957.67 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1029 6643 Boyer St. 19119 22nd Wd 2,400 sq. ft. BRT# 221279200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling FAYE D. CHRISTIAN C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 01060 $275,899.01 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1031 1753 Saint Paul St. a/k/a 1753 Saint Paul St. 19140-1815 13th Wd 912.975 sq. ft. BRT# 132326300 Improvements: Residential Property RUDOLPH F. VALENTINE, SR. C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02449 $45,744.39 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1032 5414 Windsor Ave. 19143 51st Wd 947.71 sq. ft. BRT# 514077800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling EDNA ASHTON, LAST RECORD OWNER, MONIQUE ASHTON, KNOWN HEIR OF EDNA ASHTON AND MELISSA ASHTON, KNOWN HEIR OF EDNA ASHTON C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 01624 $56,438.95 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1033 7508 Beverly Rd. 19138 50th Wd 1,500 sq. ft. BRT# 501364900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling KEVIN J. MALONE C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 02812 $103,283.29 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1034 1207 Marlyn Rd. 19151 34th Wd 1,275.75 sq. ft. BRT# 344272900 Improvements: Residential Dwelling MARCELUS BOONE AND NICOLE BOONE C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 00658 $50,767.15 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1035 5823 Malvern Ave. 19131 52nd Wd 1,296 sq. ft. BRT# 522120300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling HOWARD WILKS A/K/A HOWARD WILKES C.P. February Term, 2006 No. 000077 $123,000.35 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1036 2149 S. 22nd St. 19145 48th Wd 912 sq. ft. BRT# 482192300 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DANIEL P. ANDERSON AND UNITED STATES OF AMERICA C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01217 $56,274.26 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1038 6711 N. Sydenham St. 19126 10th Wd 1,650 sq. ft. BRT# 101021400 Improvements: Residential Property ADOLPHUS ROBERT KNIGHT C.P. February Term, 2008 No. 001525 $119,733.24 Scott A. Dietterick, Esq. 276-1039 5127 N. 11th St. 19141 49th Wd on E side of 11th St. 160 ft. S of Duncannon Ave. Frt: 25 ft. 0 in. Depth: 86 ft. 6-3/8 in. BRT# 492231300 WANDA HARGROVE C.P. August Term, 2008 No. 2511 $29,085.04 Patrick Thomas Woodman, Esq. 276-1040A-B 40th Wd (7505 Buist Ave. - Premise A 19153) on Northwestwardly side of Buist Ave. 50 ft. of 75th St. Frt: 25 ft. Depth: 100 ft. BRT# 404284600 Subject to Mortgage

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SHERIFFSSALE ments: Residential Property VALERIE ANDREWS C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03873 $46,927.89 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1006 18 W. Carpenter Ln. 19119 22nd Wd Semi/ Det 2.5 Sty Stone; Improvements: 7,621.20 sq. ft. BRT# 223103500 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling DERRICK AVERETTE, KNOWN SURVIVING HEIR OF JEAN AVERETTE, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER, UNKNOWN SURVIVING HEIRS OF JEAN AVERETTE, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER AND PAMELA HOWARD, KNOWN SURVIVING HEIR OF JEAN AVERETTE, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01883 $240,155.39 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-1008 7649 Brookhaven Rd. 19151-2023 34th Wd 1,630 sq. ft. BRT# 343219220 Improvements: Residential Property QUYNH M. NGUYEN A/K/A QUYNH NGUYEN C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 01074 $137,723.00 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1010 11857 Colman Ter. 19154-2510 58th Wd 2,155.09 sq. ft. BRT# 662013400 Improvements: Residential Property LISA A. LANDI AND MIKE LANDI C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 03289 $222,241.91 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1011 300 Shawmont Ave., Unit 8D6 a/k/a 275 F Shawmont Ave., Unit 8D6 21st Wd on condominium unit in Green Tree Run Condominium One side of Shawmont Ave. Frt: Irreg ft. & in. Depth: Irreg ft. & in. BRT# 888210529 CHARLES LEVIN, DECEASED C.P. August Term, 2009 No. 01169 $11,013.17 Elliot H. Berton, Esq. 276-1012 8849 Bradford St. 19115 56th Wd 4,140 sq. ft. BRT# 562455700 Improvements: Residential Property IVONNE EDWARD AND WILLIAM A. EDWARDS C.P. February Term, 2007 No. 1690 $184,679.86 Kristine M. Anthou, Esq. 276-1013 6813 Jackson St. 19135 41st Wd 1,347 sq. ft. BRT# 412316800 Improvements: Residential Property NICHOLAS RYZIW C.P. October Term, 2008 No. 0286 $79,877.35 Kristine M. Anthou, Esq. 276-1015 405 W. Stafford St. 19144 59th Wd 2,717 sq. ft. BRT# 593007400 Improvements: Residential Property PHILIP DAVIDSON AND GABRIELLE E. DAVIDSON C.P. March Term, 2003 No. 1288 $137,977.49 Kristine M. Anthou, Esq. 276-1016 5323 Parrish St. 19139-1440 44th Wd 989.44 sq. ft. BRT# 442009300 Improvements: Residential Property FRED E. RONEY AND MARY ANNE RONEY C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 02027 $45,458.59 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1018 4845 N. Howard St. 19120-4217 42nd Wd 1,248.97 sq. ft. BRT# 422330600 Improvements: Residential Property MANUEL A. MARTE C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03364 $105,211.44 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1019 234 W. Upsal St. 19119 22nd Wd 39,800 sq. ft. BRT# 775327000 Improvements: Residential Property OKOLO THOMAS C.P. May Term, 2008 No. 00974 $676,238.82 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1020A-B 38th Wd (3582 Calumet St. - Premise A 19129-1602) 1,400 sq. ft. BRT# 383074100 Improvements: Vacant Lot 38th Wd (3584 Calumet St. - Premise B 19129-1602) 1,400 sq. ft. BRT# 383074200 Improvements: Residential Property HARRY J. CARR, JR. C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 03421 $207,593.48 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1021 2117 Knorr St. 19149 35th Wd 1,614.93 sq. ft. BRT# 542010500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ARTHUR SCHULMAN C.P. July Term, 2008 No. 000185 $136,581.43 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1022 1107 Lindley Ave. 19141 49th Wd 1,537.65 sq. ft. BRT# 493000500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling DANIELLE M. MARCHESE C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 00506 $69,373.64 Mark J. Udren, Esq.

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SHERIFFSSALE SONYA M. SWIMPSON A/K/A SONYA MICHELE SWIMPSO C.P. July Term, 2005 No. 01442 $40,147.90 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-991 1823 Dallas Rd. 19126 10th Wd Row B/ Gar 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 3,064.46 sq. ft. BRT# 101291200 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling DIANE JOELL C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 04585 $122,413.90 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-992 505 E. Brinton St. 19144 59th Wd S/D W Det Gar 3 Sty Mason; Improvements: 4,870.57 sq. ft. BRT# 592172000 Improvements: Residential Dwelling JAMES L. MCMILLIAN C.P. December Term, 2008 No. 01527 $48,603.26 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-993 4650 "A" St. 19120 42nd Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,093.97 sq. ft. BRT# 421289500 Improvements: Residential Dwelling LATANYA WILLIAMS AND RANDALL K. WILLIAMS C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03647 $58,838.29 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-994 4025 Mitchell St. 19128 21st Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,757.48 sq. ft. BRT# 212201700 Improvements: Residential Dwelling RITA A. KANANAVICIUS C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 00510 $166,692.06 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-995 1835 Church Ln. 19141 17th Wd Str/ Off+Apts 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,780.93 sq. ft. BRT# 171243200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ALBERT FRAZER AND ALLA FREYDIN C.P. April Term, 2009 No. 03184 $102,843.86 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-996 5730 Poplar St. 19131 4th Wd Row Conv/ Apt 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 1,987.50 sq. ft. BRT# 043016200 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling RUTH MURPHY AND MARVIN THOMAS C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 03905 $117,571.93 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-997 2100 Carpenter St. 19146 30th Wd Row Conv/Apt 3 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 3,456 sq. ft. BRT# 302228600 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ANTHONY BAYLOCK C.P. September Term, 2008 No. 01679 $313,632.68 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-999 6894 Loretto Ave. 19111 53rd Wd Det 2 Sty Frame; Improvements: 4,711.90 sq. ft. BRT# 532436400 Improvements: Residential Dwelling RICARDO HURTADO AND CLAUDIA RUIZ MORALES A/K/A CLAUDIA R. MORALES AND UNITED STATES OF AMERICA C/O UNITED STATES ATTORNEY FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA C.P. March Term, 2008 No. 05880 $215,273.02 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-1000 3527 Frankford Ave. 19134 45th Wd 1,459 sq. ft. BRT# 452261200 Improvements: Residential Property SYED L. ALISHAH C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 01132 $90,523.32 Richard M. Squire & Associates, LLC 276-1001 2827 W. Girard Ave. 29th Wd 1,872 sq. ft. BRT# 292026800 Improvements: Residential Property AL ALSTON C.P. August Term, 2010 No. 02835 $254,212.80 Mary L. HarbertBell, Esq. 276-1002 2552 N. 30th St. 28th Wd 975 sq. ft. BRT# 282081500 Improvements: Residential Property DARRYL GOINS C.P. January Term, 2007 No. 004538 $30,215.50 Mary L. Harbert-Bell, Esq. 276-1003 2721 W. Lehigh Ave. 19132-3129 28th Wd 1,110 sq. ft. BRT# 281378700 Improvements: Residential Property OLIVIA FOREMAN C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 00701 $39,810.01 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1004 1803 N. Hope St. 19122-2444 18th Wd 480 sq. ft. BRT# 183065900 Improvements: Residential Property MARTIN RODRIGUEZ C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 05348 $47,318.71 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1005 6527 N. Lambert St. 19138-3112 10th Wd 1,209 sq. ft. BRT# 102082600 Improve-

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SHERIFFSSALE Residential Property DYLAN C. MACK AND AMANDA A. GLEASON C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 00214 $171,833.88 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-976 5314 Yocum St. 19143-5432 51st Wd 750 sq. ft. BRT# 512093700 Improvements: Residential Property VALERIE COOPER C.P. January Term, 2008 No. 00103 $58,109.23 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-977 4128 Ludlow St. 19104-3036 27th Wd 1,250 sq. ft. BRT# 271139300 Improvements: Residential Property AIMALOHI OJEIKERE C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 01461 $164,279.62 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-978 4119 N. Reese St. 19140-2524 43rd Wd 845.47 sq. ft. BRT# 433225900 Improvements: Residential Property CHERYL D. GRAHAM C.P. September Term, 2009 No. 01493 $38,447.63 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-979 2821 Disston St. 19149 55th Wd 1,575.85 sq. ft. BRT# 551302900 Improvements: Residential Property DONALD MURPHY C.P. December Term, 2007 No. 01620 $173,539.77 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-980 5902 Langdon St. 19149-3618 35th Wd 2,010.40 sq. ft. BRT# 351384200 Improvements: Residential Property JIMMY NGUYEN AND THUY NGUYEN C.P. November Term, 2008 No. 02181 $105,109.15 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-981 1400 Cherry Blossom Way 19111-0921 56th Wd 6,183 sq. ft. BRT# 562065076 Improvements: Residential Property TRON H. LAM AND NEN T. HANG C.P. July Term, 2009 No. 01155 $273,500.13 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-982 3420 N. 11th St. 19140-5410 43rd Wd 1,660 sq. ft. BRT# 431136100 Improvements: Residential Property MAGDA COSS AND LUIS R. DURAND C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00629 $112,635.39 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-983 347 E. Clarkson Ave. 19120-3035 42nd Wd 4,591 sq. ft. BRT# 421238800 Improvements: Residential Property MAUREEN WEBER C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 06233 $50,502.34 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-984 511 S. 12th St. a/k/a 1134 Rodman St., Unit 5 19147-1151 5th Wd 853.28 sq. ft. BRT# 053132410 Improvements: Residential Property MICHAEL T. CONNOR C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 04519 $381,560.41 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-985 1884 Pratt St. 19124-2139 62nd Wd 1,466.10 sq. ft. BRT# 622052200 Improvements: Residential Property ANTOINE KIZER C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 00516 $82,598.40 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-986 3258 St. Vincent St. 55th Wd 2,625 sq. ft. BRT# 551434700 Improvements: Residential Property YONG HANG WANG AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA C/O THE U.S. ATTORNEY FOR THE EASTERN DISTRICT OF PENNSYLVANIA C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 02705 $158,272.08 Mary L. Harbert-Bell, Esq. 276-987 2711 Parrish St. 15th Wd 1,005 sq. ft. BRT# 152300200 Improvements: Residential Property ANTHONY L. TIDD, TRACEY M. TIDD AND THE UNITED STATES OF AMERICA C/O U.S. ATTORNEY C.P. October Term, 2008 No. 001145 $365,851.57 Mary L. Harbert-Bell, Esq. 276-988 2931 "D" St. 7th Wd 1,350 sq. ft. BRT# 071504910 Improvements: Residential Property PABLO CAMILO A/K/A PABLO J. CAMILO C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00411 $63,614.74 Mary L. Harbert-Bell, Esq. 276-989 6350 N. 8th St. 19126-3703 49th Wd 12,292.80 sq. ft. BRT# 492135200 Improvements: Residential Property MARIE HENRY AND GASPARD HENRY C.P. November Term, 2009 No. 05030 $220,767.42 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-990 2715 Sears St., #17 19146-3719 36th Wd 1,512 sq. ft. BRT# 362092005 Improvements: Residential Property


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276-1065 4938 N. Broad St. 19141 49th Wd Land Area: 1,426.19 sq. ft. Improvement Area 3,597 sq. ft. BRT# 132014800 SALLY LETT AND SEAN WRIGHT C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 01187 $223,945.07 David Banks, Esq. 276-1066A-B 23rd Wd (4243 Penn St. - Premise A 19124-4540) 1,826.40 sq. ft. BRT# 232412100 Improvements: Residential Property 23rd Wd (4245 Penn St. - Premise B 191244540) 1,560 sq. ft. BRT# 232412200 Improvements: Residential Property CORRINE SHAW C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03149 $64,464.62 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1067 3316 Edgemont St. 19134 45th Wd Row 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,590.64 sq. ft. BRT# 451217800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling UNKNOWN SURVIVING HEIRS OF PAUL ANDREW THOMAS, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER AND CLARA THOMAS, ONLY KNOWN SURVIVING HEIR OF PAUL ANDREW THOMAS, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 04073 $109,413.16 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-1068 1601 Spring Garden St., Apt M 119 191304401 8th Wd Being and designated as Unit No. M-119 together with a proportionate undivided interest in the Common Elements (as defined in such Declaration) of 1.2613% BRT# 888086174 Improvements: Condominium JAYSON LAMBERT C.P. May Term, 2009 No. 00501 $228,494.40 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1069 5208 Irving St. 19139-4017 46th Wd 1,284 sq. ft. BRT# 602100000 Improvements: Residential Property UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER EMBRY D. ROSS, DECEASED AND RODNEY C. HARMON, IN HIS CAPACITY AS ADMINISTRATOR AND HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF EMBRY ROSS C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 02615 $68,516.57 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1070 4931 Portico St. 12th Wd on NE side of Portico St. 206 ft. 1 in. SE of Seymour St. Frt: 13 ft. 11 in. Depth: 50 ft. 0 in. BRT# 123133900 STEPHEN F. COOPER AND DAVID F. COOPER C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03196 $26,074.99 Robert S. Esposito, Esq. 276-1071 4941 Portico St. 12th Wd on NE side of Portico St. 136 ft. 5 in. SE of Seymour St. Frt: 13 ft. 10 in. Depth: 50 ft. 0 in. BRT# 123134400 STEPHEN F. COOPER AND DAVID F. COOPER C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03293 $26,047.56 Robert S. Esposito, Esq. 276-1072 4937 Portico St. 12th Wd on NE side of Portico St. 164 ft. 1 in. SE of Seymour St. Frt: 13 ft. 10 in. Depth: 50 ft. 0 in. BRT#

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133132400 STEPHEN F. COOPER AND DAVID F. COOPER C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03318 $23,332.36 Robert S. Esposito, Esq. 276-1074A-E 18th Wd (1039-1043 Frankford Ave. Premise A 19125) on E side of Frankford Ave. at the intersection of the Northerly side of Hwy I-95 Frt: 40 ft. Depth: Irregular BRT# 884586505 Improvements: Commercial Building 18th Wd (1045 Frankford Ave. - Premise B 19125) on Easterly side of Frankford Ave. 95 ft. 0 in. Southerly side of Wildey St. Frt: 15 ft. Depth: 50 ft. BRT# 884586505 Improvements: Commercial Building 18th Wd (1047 Frankford Ave. - Premise C 19125) on E side of Frankford Ave. 80 ft. Southerly side of Wildey St. Frt: 15 ft. Depth: 50 ft. BRT# 884586505 Improvements: Commercial Building 18th Wd (1038-40 Sarah St. - Premise D 19125) on Westerly side of Sarah St. 80 ft. Southerly side of Wildey St. Frt: 30 ft. Depth: 50 ft. BRT# 884586505 Improvements: Commercial Building 18th Wd (1049-1055 Frankford Ave. Premise E 19125) on SE corner of Frankford Ave. and Wildey St. 50 ft. wide Frt: 80 ft. Depth: 100 ft. BRT# 884586505 Improvements: Commercial Building PORTERRA, LLC C.P. February Term, 2007 No. 03257 $5,364,322.96 Robert H. Nemeroff, Esq. 276-1075 4634 Kraydor St. 19136-2822 65th Wd 1,280 sq. ft. BRT# 652018200 Improvements: Commercial Building JUDIEANN CORTORREAL AND FRANCISCO CORTORREAL C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02097 $84,478.06 Barbara A. Fein, Esq. 276-1076 6546 N. Gratz St. 19126-3403 17th Wd 1,620 sq. ft. BRT# 172300700 Improvements: Residential Dwelling WILL PITT, JR. C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 01087 $147,516.27 Barbara A. Fein, Esq. 276-1077 6313 Elmhurst St. 19111-5804 53rd Wd 1,323.12 sq. ft. BRT# 531220200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling RAMON PADILLA AND MINERVA ROLON C.P. October Term, 2009 No. 05076 $184,139.16 Barbara A. Fein, Esq. 276-1078 228-230 Church St. 5th Wd 0.035 acres BRT# 882502505 Improvements: No/Vacant Lot LOUMOE, L.P. C.P. June Term, 2009 No. 01805 $1,345,907.21 Silverang & Donohoe, LLC 276-1080 3241 N. 21st St. 19140 38th Wd 944.19 sq. ft. BRT# 112291800 Improvements: Residential Property JOSEPH STEWARD, TRUSTEE FOR JADA SABRINA STEWARD, SIANI JACQUELYN STEWARD AND VICTORIA L. STEWARD C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 00995 $25,753.85 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-1081 617 Jackson St. 19148 39th Wd 988 sq. ft. BRT# 393074800 Improvements: Residential Property

PHILIP MAFFEI C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 01135 $40,303.37 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-1084 7414 Shisler St. 19111-3848 56th Wd 2,059.95 sq. ft. BRT# 561165500 Improvements: Residential Property JIMMY LEE AND MAY M. NGO C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 01446 $157,974.05 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1085 4376 Edgemont St. 19137 45th Wd 1,335.14 sq. ft. BRT# 453244200 Improvements: Residential Dwelling ROBERT J. WILLIAMS, III C.P. January Term, 2008 No. 002077 $130,280.16 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1086 1138 S. 51st St. 19143 51st Wd 1,400 sq. ft. BRT# 511180800 Improvements: Residential Dwelling OLIVER W. LILLY, SR., NICOLE HARPER CUMMINGS A/K/A NICOLE HARPER-CUMMINGS AND REDEVELOPMENT AUTHORITY OF THE CITY OF PHILADELPHIA C.P. November Term, 2008 No. 002930 $135,535.59 Mark J. Udren, Esq. 276-1087 2201 Strahle St., Unit A10 56th Wd together with a proportionate undivided interest of, in and to the common elements as fully set forth in a certain declaration recorded on September 21, 1982 at deed book EFP 302, page 252 and First Amendment to Declaration, recorded April 15, 1982 in deed book EFP 436, page 57. 1,127 sq. ft. BRT# 888560025 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Condominium ESTATE OF ALEXANDR PONYATOVSKIY A/K/A ALEKSANDR PONYATOVSK AND BOHDAN MIZAK, ADMINISTRATOR C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 00618 $99,852.06 Joseph M. Gindhart, Esq. 276-1088 1529 Stoney Ln., Unit B 19115 56th Wd together with a 50% undivided interest of, in and to the common elements as fully set forth in a certain declaration recorded on January 6, 1986 at deed book FHS 348, page 211. 1,664 sq. ft. BRT# 888560730 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Condominium VICTORIA PEDCHENKO A/K/A VIKTORIYA PEDCHENKO C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 03753 $118,904.59 Joseph M. Gindhart, Esq. 276-1089 1402 E. Oxford St. 19125 18th Wd Lot or piece of ground with the buildings and improvements thereon erected BRT# 181077700 Subject to Mortgage JOHN FRANKOWSKI AND JOAN O'DONNELL C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 03586 $1,542,586.06 Matthew W. Holt, Esq. 276-1090A-E 45th Wd (3236 Jasper St. - Premise A 19134-2547) 700 sq. ft. BRT# 452377500 Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry Subject to Rent 23rd Wd (4291 Griscom St. - Premise B 19124-3957) 1,810 sq. ft. BRT# 232443500 Improvements: Semi/Det 2.5 Sty Masonry Subject to Rent 45th Wd (3238 Jasper St. - Premise C 19134-2547) 700 sq. ft. BRT# 452377600 Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry Subject to Rent

SHERIFFSSALE 31st Wd (2329 Jasper St. - Premise D 19134-1529) 1,535 sq. ft. BRT# 311059000 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 3 Sty Masonry 31st Wd (2019 E. Sergeant St. - Premise E 19125-1317) 1,401 sq. ft. BRT# 314087800 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 3 Sty Masonry NO AGENT PROPERTIES LLC C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 000153 $1,085,234.26 plus costs Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-1091 6917 E. Wister St. 19138 10th Wd 1,136 sq. ft. BRT# 102130700 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row B/Gar 2 Sty Masonry NO AGENT PROPERTIES LLC C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 000413 $54,980.90 plus costs Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-1092A-E 31st Wd (2307 E. Harold St. - Premise A 19125-2308) 1,016 sq. ft. BRT# 314185600 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 45th Wd (1822 E. Cornwall St. - Premise B 19134-2502) 798 sq. ft. BRT# 452043200 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 42nd Wd (5021 Gransback St. - Premise C 19120-4008) 1,280 sq. ft. BRT# 421517800 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 45th Wd (2041 E. Westmoreland St. Premise D 19134-3238) 1,488 sq. ft. BRT# 452040900 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry 62nd Wd (2038 Haworth St. - Premise E 19124-2210) 807 sq. ft. BRT# 622022500 Subject to Rent Improvements: Row 2 Sty Masonry NO AGENT PROPERTIES LLC C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 000153 $1,085,234.26 plus costs Lachall Cohen & Sagnor 276-1093 860 E. Sanger St. 19124 35th Wd 1,378 sq. ft. BRT# 351200600 Improvements: Residential Property LINDA R. HILL AND BRUCE T. HILL C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 01197 $54,535.83 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-1094 5439 Morse St. 19131 52nd Wd Row B/Gar 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,430 sq. ft. BRT# 522027300 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling EDITH I. BROWN, CO-EXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF ODESSA B. BROWN, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER AND PATRICIA I. GREEN, COEXECUTRIX OF THE ESTATE OF ODESSA B. BROWN, DECEASED MORTGAGOR AND REAL OWNER C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 03743 $75,425.02 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-1095 5254 W. Jefferson St. 19131 52nd Wd Row Conv/Apt 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 2,968 sq. ft. BRT# 521027800 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling RUSSELL MARTIN AND MARY MARTIN C.P. March Term, 2009 No. 00157 $18,654.87 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C. 276-1096 7116 Oakland St. 19149 54th Wd 1,295.05 sq. ft. BRT# 542381800 Improvements: Residential Property YUK TUNG C.P. July Term, 2010 No.

SHERIFFSSALE 01315 $118,364.93 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-1097 219-229 S. 18th St., Unit # 1523 19103 8th Wd Together with proportionate undivided interest in the common elements as described in such declaration 508 sq. ft. BRT# 888092960 Improvements: Residential Property DEAN CARLSON, AMY D. CARLSON, JAMES CARPENTER AND DON TOTTEN C.P. June Term, 2010 No. 02274 $274,469.24 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-1098 4904 Knorr St. 19135 41st Wd 1,470 sq. ft. BRT# 412015700 Improvements: Residential Property JAMES T. MAINES, JR. C.P. July Term, 2010 No. 01064 $39,125.34 Michael T. McKeever, Esq. 276-1099 235 N. 60th St. 19139 52nd Wd 1,141.88 sq. ft. BRT# 042269000 Improvements: Residential Property UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER MYRA MARINO, DECEASED C.P. February Term, 2010 No. 03360 $64,747.24 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1100 5131 Catharine St. 19143-2614 46th Wd 1,666.25 sq. ft. BRT# 462093600 Improvements: Residential Property UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER WILLIAM B. PRUDEN, JR., DECEASED C.P. March Term, 2010 No. 04903 $102,067.75 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1101 31 N. Columbus Blvd. aka 3 N. Chris Columbus Blvd, Unit MD 320 aka Pier 3, 31 N. Columbus Blvd #320 aka 3 N. Columbus Blvd, Unit 320 19106-1439 5th Wd Together with all right, title and interest being 0.378% undivided interest of, in and to the Common Elements BRT# 888061440 Improvements: Residential Property ROBYN B. GREEN C.P. January Term, 2010 No. 00558 $221,700.98 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1102 1732 W. Erie Ave. 19140-3537 13th Wd 2,033.20 sq. ft. BRT# 131046200 Improvements: Residential Property CARLA ROBINSON, IN CAPACITY AS ADMINISTRATRIX AND HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF YVONNE ROBINSON, DECEASED; RASHEEDAH FREELAND, IN HIS CAPACITY AS HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF YVONNE ROBINSON, DECEASED AND UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER YVONNE ROBINSON, DECEASED C.P. December Term, 2009 No. 01479 $42,533.85 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1103 627 E. Lippincott St. 19134-2306 33rd Wd 745.50 sq. ft. BRT# 331021800 Improvements: Residential Property UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, AS-

SHERIFFSSALE SIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER SAM CLEMENT, DECEASED C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02079 $23,378.48 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1104 822 N. 20th St. 19130-2006 15th Wd 1,120 sq. ft. BRT# 151088000 Improvements: Residential Property JUDY MABERY, IN HER CAPACITY AS EXECUTRIX AND DEVISEE OF THE ESTATE OF GRACE HIGGINBOTTOM A/K/A GRACE MAE GAINES HIGGINBOTTOM A/K/A GRACE GAINES AND IN HER CAPACITY AS HEIR OF PERCY J. GAINES, DECEASED; YVETTE MABERY, IN HER CAPACITY AS DEVISEE OF THE ESTATE OF GRACE HIGGINBOTTOM A/ K/A GRACE MAE GAINES HIGGINBOTTOM A/K/A GRACE GAINES AND UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER PERCY J. GAINES, DECEASED DEVISEE OF THE ESTATE OF GRACE HIGGINBOTTOM A/K/A GRACE MAE GAINES HIGGINBOTTOM A/K/A GRACE GAINES C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 02227 $175,303.48 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1105 1641 Francis St. 19130 15th Wd 1,005 sq. ft. BRT# 151344800 Improvements: Residential Property MARILYN A. WOOD, IN HER CAPACITY AS ADMINISTRATRIX AND HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF WILHELMINA L. WOOD A/K/A WILHELMINA WOOD; HENRY WOOD, IN HIS CAPACITY AS HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF WILHELMINA L. WOOD A/K/A WILHELMINA WOOD; FRANKLIN WOOD, IN HIS CAPACITY AS HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF WILHELMINA L. WOOD A/K/A WILHELMINA WOOD; JAMES WOOD, IN HIS CAPACITY AS HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF WILHELMINA L. WOOD A/K/A WILHELMINA WOOD; FLORANNE WOOD, IN HER CAPACITY AS HEIR OF THE ESTATE OF WILHELMINA L. WOOD A/K/A WILHELMINA WOOD AND UNKNOWN HEIRS, SUCCESSORS, ASSIGNS, AND ALL PERSONS, FIRMS, OR ASSOCIATIONS CLAIMING RIGHT, TITLE OR INTEREST FROM OR UNDER WILHELMINA WOOD, DECEASED C.P. April Term, 2010 No. 01070 $106,696.57 Phelan Hallinan & Schmieg, LLP 276-1106A-B 54th Wd (6625 Castor Ave. - Premise A 19149) Store 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 5,072.39 sq. ft. BRT# 882235600 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling 54th Wd (6627 Castor Ave. - Premise B 19149) Store 2 Sty Masonry; Improvements: 3,995.69 sq. ft. BRT# 882235700 Subject to Mortgage Improvements: Residential Dwelling LING XING CHEN AND JING H. ZHOU C.P. May Term, 2010 No. 02279 $390,253.79 McCabe, Weisberg & Conway, P.C.

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That Pretty Pretty delves into some ugly territory.

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Jay Walker’s clothesminus-bodies spook up JOG.

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Tim and Eric want to celebrate Chrimbus with you.

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Philadelphia Bar & Restaurant brings class to Old City.

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These two crazy kids get way naked in Love and Other Drugs.

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ing out to “Helena Handbasket” with whiskey warming your belly. TJ’s sound evokes images of a post-apocalyptic fall-out shelter house band with driving rhythms and TJs hell-andhigh water vocals. In other words: perfect appetizer to your turkey. Joe Hardy 8pm. $10. With Levee Drivers, Penrose, the Lawsuits + Sherman. The Fire, 412 W. Girard Ave. 267.671.9298. iourecords.com/thefire

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Dom Irrera Although he’s famous for playing Ronnie the prop comic on Seinfeld, Dom Irrera isn’t likely to bring anything but his words to the stage at Helium—well, he might have an Italian flag in the background. He’s a Philadelphian who uses his family as regular subject material, complete with voices, characters and interwoven stories. His work is what comes to mind when one thinks about pure stand-up—a guy standing up on stage and telling funny stories, without props, costumes, a guitar or a big notepad. This traditional style may not be for everyone, but he’s been doing it for a while now and it’s safe to say that he’s gotten damn good at it. Weird fun fact: Irrera voiced the character of Ernie on Nickelodeon’s Hey Arnold! eMILy CraWFord

dance party

8pm. $20-$30. Helium, 2031 Sansom St. 215.496.9001. heliumcomedy.com

Dorian’s Parlor

C P H I L A D E L P H I A W E E K LY November 24-30, 2010

onsider yourself a Neo-Victorian dandy or a gogglewearing, gear-clad machinist? Wherever you fall on the anachronistic spectrum, there’s bound to be a place for you at Dorian’s Parlor, Philadelphia’s gathering of steampunk/Neo-Victorian enthusiasts. If you’re ready to fully immerse yourself in this lively subculture, you’ll be in for a night of dancing, opera, live bands and a whole host of other performances with a historical (fictional or otherwise) twist. There’ll be a fashion show by local corset purveyors Delicious Boutique, a screening of the animated film “Twain In Vain,” a veritable bazaar of retro goods, and DJ Johanna Constantine on the ones and twos. If you’re a lover of the old-old school, swing on by the parlor. It doesn’t get much more vintage than this. JuLIan GaLeTTe

Sat., Nov. 27, 8pm. $25. Doubletree Hotel, 237 S. Broad St. 215.893.1600. doriansparlor.com

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America, Americana, Thanksgiving, PBR. There’s no more appropriate way to prepare yourself for Thanksgiving this year than spending Wednesday night with a couple of Philadelphia’s finest alternative country bands. Kong and the Bomb have been making a name for themselves by getting people moving on beer-soaked dance floors throughout our fair city. Known for their salty brand of roots rock, you’ll be giving much thanks when you’re rock-

Who cares about the glitz and glam of the Macy’s parade? It’s totally poser. Philadelphia’s own is the oldest in the country, predating that New York mess by four years. So bring your kids, or your sister’s kids, or no kids at all and drag your hungry, turkeyready self to the parade route to feel some seasonal magic. There’s the floats, including Mr. Potatohead, a whole bunch of awesome marching bands, the Eagles Cheerleaders (hopefully allowed to wear hats and mittens), Brandy and, of course, Santa and Mrs. Claus (how can they be two places at once? Holiday magic!) After you can go home, get drunk, and watch that other parade on DVR. aLLI KaTZ

8:30am. Free. Parade Route, from 20th and Market sts. to the Art Museum. 6abc.com

Friday

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26 Yards Tour For those of us who consider Black Friday a reason to hide and/or drink, the nice people

at Yards open their doors for a special day of tours at their 100 percent wind-powered brewery, a sustainable Shangri-La for those thirsting for both knowledge and beer. As visitors walk the SoyCrete floors (that’s a bio-based soy concrete stain), smells of yeast and barley warm the air like baking bread and friendly tour guides showcase the history and science behind the beloved Brawler and Ales of the Revolution. Afterward, head into the tasting room to tipple the goods atop reclaimed bowling alley lanes and rack ’em up at a pool table crafted in the neighborhood a hundred years ago. Finish the visit by stocking up on cases for the boozehound on your “nice” list or your own private get-me-through-theholidays stock. MICaeLa HesTer 1pm. Free. Yards Brewery, 901 N. Delaware Ave. 215.634.2600. yardsbrewing.com

Music

Purling Hiss How much noise can one guy with a guitar make? Plenty when it’s Mike Polizze, whose overdriven, drone-infused side project is on the verge of eclipsing his main gig, Birds of Maya. This fall he’s hawking not one, but two new LPs, the surprisingly melodic, songstructured Public Service Announcement on red-hot Woodsist, and the chaotic, obliterating, classic-in-the-making Hissteria, on Richie Records/TestosterTunes. The latter is to 2010 what Purling Hiss’ self-titled debut was to 2009: the epic guitar record that would have made your top 10 if you’d only heard it in time. JennIFer KeLLy 9pm. $12. With Kurt Vile and the Violaters. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford. johnnybrendas.com

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Free Energy We first met the kooky Free Energy gang when, as relatively new locals, they graciously played the Philly Rocks for Haiti concert back in Februaurt. Even though the room wasn’t as packed as it would be the rest of the year after the accolades poured in—Rolling Stone crowned them one of the best new bands of 2010—the boys jumped and ran around stage like super-charged atoms, building their own arena rock kingdom with solid 70’s riffs and top-down summer anthems. On top of the success of their debut album Stuck on Nothing and gift for performance, they’re truly sweet guys. Catch them with Foxy Shazam, an Ohio-based band that trades on similar fist-pumping fuzz lead by Eric Sean Nally, a modern-day Freddie Mercury blazing the torch of over-the-top front-man grandiosity to Americans too young to have hailed the Queen. Tara MurTHa 9pm. $15. With Foxy Shazam, Hollerado + Nico’s Gun. Theater of Living Arts, 334 South St. 215.922.1011. livenation.com


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They emerged out of Las Vegas six years ago, all shiny and synth-poppy as they made a Hot Fuss while singing about boyfriends who looked like girlfriends. And then the Killers—like so many other bands of the past half-decade—decided to bow at the altar of Springsteen, swapping sequins for flannel (but hanging onto the melodrama and at least one of the synths) and shoving working-class mythology into ambitious rock anthems. This year, frontman Brandon Flowers (temporarily) stepped away from the Killers to make a solo debut, Flamingo, on which he gets even more Boss-y as he muses on love, religious faith and the bleak realities that exist beneath Vegas’ glittery allure. Sometimes it rings a bit hollow, but Flowers’ undeniable showmanship should compensate for that tonight. Michael

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8pm. $28.50-$31. With Transfer. Electric Factory, 421 N. Seventh St. 215.627.1332. electricfactory.info

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Soft Sculpture

2pm. $10, kids under 12 are free. Historic Landmark Building, 118 N. Broad St. 215.972.2022. pafa.org/faa

music

Monday

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29 Blackhawks Given what happened in the Stanley Cup finals earlier this year, it takes a lotta stones for a band to name itself Blackhawks in this town. But main man Dan Svizeny can get away with it—for the past year or so he’s been making some primo shoegaze/drone-rock tunes with Nude Beach, and with Blackhawks he really gets his Spacemen 3 on along with other members of Nude Beach plus fellow Fishtowners Bananas Symphony. Whether or not they’re taking drugs to make music to take drugs to (I’m guessing probably), Blackhawks’ echoey, molasses-paced, narcotic psych-rock is indebted to Jason Pierce and company; they even offer a version of Spacemen 3’s “Come Down Softly to My Soul” that absolutely does justice to the original. M.a.G. 8pm. $7. With Slutever + Second Floor Stories. North Star, 27th and Poplar sts. 215.787.0488. northstarbar.com

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30 Benjamin Rush It’s not surprising that most people’s historical radar doesn’t ping at the mention of Benjamin Rush. The Byberry-born physician, abolitionist and Declaration-signer campaigned (and failed) to have some guy named George Washington removed from command of the Continental Army. Rush wrote the first American chemistry textbook, pioneered psychiatry and got Thomas Jefferson and John Adams to be bros again, but a stunt like that’s gonna get you blackballed in the history books. Rush’s achievements in the humanities and sciences in Enlightenment-era Philadelphia and how the young nation’s principle of liberty promoted these achievements are the topic of this lecture by Dr. William Durden, president of Dickinson College (which Rush founded). It’s thanks to thinkers like Rush that we live in a world of medicine advanced beyond bloodletting and Dr. Rush’s Bilious Pills. aleXandra JoneS

Philly Sings Philly If you’ve missed it up until now, tonight is the last month to check in on Philly Sings Philly, a who’s who Tuesday night residency that’s been raging at the Fire all autumn. Every week, a rotating cast of some of Philly’s neo-folk and folk-rock musicians perform a set consisting entirely of other local musician’s most beloved songs. Finale night features Psalmships, TJ McGlinchey, Up the Chain, Joshua Park, Matt Helm Scream, John Galla, Jaclyn Marie and Spirit and Dust. We’re particularly looking forward to Park’s cover of Hezekiah Jones’ haunting “Traffic to the Sea,” TJ McGlinchey’s take on Matt Helm’s “Deep Sleeper” and a raved-up version of Chris Kasper’s “Old Smoke” by Up the Chain, which will be rocking a full horn section. t.M. 8pm. $8. The Fire, 412 W. Girard Ave. 267.671.9298. iourecords.com/thefire

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hat better means to keep yourself warm into the first days of December than good, old-fashioned bloodlust? None, we say, and The Expendables has gathered together pretty much every major action star of the past two decades that isn’t busy governing or ducking accusations of sex slavery to prove us right. Think of them as the League of Extraordinary Gentlemen with questionable manners, or a version of the X-Men in which every member’s mutant power is high-grade badassitude. These gentlemen are fixing to kick, punch, shoot, stomp and quip their way into your violencewarmed heart right before tearing it from your chest in the name of Freedom. The wraparound balcony setting and available booze at the Troc should lend the whole bloody affair an appropriately gladiatorial air; arrive before 7 and your first beer (and a bag of popcorn) are free.

Bilal Oliver’s seductive blend of hip-hop and jazz-inflected neo-soul, detailed on his 2001 breakthrough First Born Second, put him in the orbit of fellow Soulquarians such as Common and Erykah Badu. But pinning him down isn’t so easy. His follow-up, Love for Sale, was shelved in response to an Internet leak, but the Philly native remained in the mix: pairing with Pharrell Williams on “Nightmares,” from

8pm. $28-$40. World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut St. 215.222.1400. worldcafelive.com

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Clipse’s celebrated Hell Hath No Fury, or singing bold electric jazz with Robert Glasper on the pianist’s Double-Booked. Bilal’s new disc, Airtight’s Revenge, is all rough edges and mystery, and his caustic video cover of “Tainted Love” captures his way with song as well as anything. He’s a hip-hop head, rocker, crooner and sink-or-swim improviser all at once. david r. adler

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By now, the turkey carcass moldering in the fridge has surely been picked clean, but rather than gnaw on the bones, why not drift into a tryptophantic slumber with the help of some bona fide comfort food? While not exactly edible, the plush sushi rolls, corn cobs or pasta noodles constructed in PAFA’s family-friendly workshop ought to keep the holiday weekend nice and cozy. Instructor Cari Freno uses the soft-sculpture technique of renowned artist Claes Oldenburg (best known for that giant clothespin near City Hall) as a guide. The project can be as simple or as complicated as you desire, and no actual culinary or sewing skills are required. While you’re there, look into the rest of the Family Arts Academy’s schedule of creative workshops to get a jump on everything from decking the halls to designing a holiday journal. Paul MontGoMery

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Bodies of evidence: Charlotte Ford and Christie Parker in Theatre Exile’s That Pretty Pretty; or, The Rape Play.

Pretty Fucked Up That Pretty Pretty writes its feminist manifesto in blood. By J. Cooper Robb jrobb@philadelphiaweekly.com

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“It’s about all the fucked-up shit chicks go through,” says Owen (Allen Radway), describing a screenplay he’s writing to his friend Rodney (Jered McLenigan). The same could be said about Sheila Callaghan’s purposely shocking black comedy That Pretty Pretty; or, The Rape Play, currently being put on by Theatre Exile. But Callaghan seems to believe that it isn’t enough to just say it—to really understand where she’s coming from, the audience needs to literally see a woman violated with a hand grenade. Callaghan has described Pretty Pretty as “the psychic runoff of surfing the Internet,” so it’s unsurprising that it doesn’t have a conventional story or plot. What is does have is enough kinetic energy to fuel a panic attack. The action comes in fragmented bursts, and the timeline zips back and forth and back and forth like an aerobics instructor having a psychotic break. The manic chaos certainly is reminiscent of the information overload of the web, but the lack of a logical thread to hang onto can get as overwhelming as a Philly.com comment thread. The characters, who are both cartoonish and brutally real, include sisters Agnes (Charlotte Ford) and Valerie (Christie Parker). Agnes describes herself as an oversexed “crazy skinny obsessed monster.” Valerie is a “super hot angry dyke.” Or that could just be the online persona she assumes for her blog—it’s hard to say. In Pretty Pretty, identities change as easily as screen names. Lighting, video and set designer Jorge Cousineau’s 6:20:30 PM contributions can’t be overstated. His work convincingly blurs the lines between the real and artificial worlds until it becomes difficult to distinguish what is real and what is imagined—a physical incarnation of the characters’ afflic-

tions. No sooner do we meet Agnes and Valerie than they leave us to pop up in a video in a hotel room. (People do this a lot in director Joe Canuso’s fluid staging). A moment later, when the sisters reappear in person, that same hotel room from the video is fully realized on the stage. There, the sisters sexually entertain a drunken antiabortion crusader, then plug him full of bullets and post a photo of his dead body online. The hotel scene is then repeated, except this time it’s two guys (Jered McLenigan and Allen Radway, dressed as the sisters) as the murderers, pummeling Agnes with a sledgehammer (the flying blood is one of the production’s most realistic effects) and having sex with her dead body. And that’s just the opening. Scenes are connected by events, which are replayed using different characters and genders. Sometimes we see events occur onstage, sometimes on video. This unusual nonlinear structure, which feels a bit like clicking through tenuously linked YouTube videos, can be maddening to watch. But it can also be gruesomely magnetic, the proverbial car accident from which we can’t turn away. Even at a brief 95 minutes, the over-the-top violence gets tedious and repetitive, and in lesser hands Pretty Pretty could have been a truly hopeless mess. However, the production is nimbly executed and well-performed enough that we are able to make some sense of the chaos. Canuso keeps things so tongue-in-cheek that we don’t take the horrific events that occur with alarming regularity too seriously, but because the performers are invested in their characters we can’t dismiss it entirely. Parker and especially Ford (who may be the best actress in Philadelphia) are terrific as the sisters, perfectly embodying the jarring tone of Callaghan’s satire. Without formally breaking the fourth wall, there’s always a sense that their characters are performing. Whether they’re wrestling in jello or snorting cocaine off each other’s bodies, Parker and Ford capture their characters’ larger-than-life personas by exaggerating every gesture and facial expression. It’s completely ridiculous overacting, but so consistent that B they create their own odd authenticity. Male cast members Radway and McLenigan are likewise effective; so is Amy Smith, who, wearing an absurdly hideous lavender aerobics outfit, gives a physical performance as Fonda, here depicted as a relentlessly perky inspirational figure who delivers lessons in etiquette and acts as a muse for the other characters. The movie star-cum-sex symbol-cum-political activist-cum-most despised woman in America-cum-feminist-cum-aerobics guru is a perfect muse for Callaghan’s interest in identity. (Callaghan incidentally also writes for the Showtime series The United States of Tara , the lead being a woman with dissociative identity disorder, which used to be known as multiple personalities.) Pretty Pretty is often sickening to watch, but it isn’t mindless. While the play’s visceral, jumpy presentation of shifting identities and sexual power trips moves so quickly that we don’t have always have time to reflect on, analyze or even notice the nuances, Pretty Pretty eventually emerges as an effective attack on misogyny and violence, and a provocative look at gender and identity. The gratuitous violence and graphic imagery is clearly not for everyone; but if you’re looking for an alternative to the wave of treacle that overruns holiday-season stages, Theatre Exile is guaranteed to get your attention. n

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Headless hoodsmen: Jay Walker’s “Thiebaud's Jacket,” left, and “Self Portrait” are part of his “Second Skin” exhibit at James Oliver Gallery.

Empty Vest Syndrome

Jay Walker’s clothes-sans-bodies spook up James Oliver Gallery.

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a religious icon. Walker is a Texas native who grew up near the Mexican border (he says he feels more comfortable eating Mexican food than American food), and I wondered if his experience of Mexican retablos and Day of the Dead imagery inf luenced his dark, ghostly and somewhat religious-seeming style. He says no, but a show featuring Cheech Marin’s collection of Chicano art was an early inf luence. “Thiebaud’s Jacket,” a modest-sized work on paper made with layers of colored tape, is one of the best in the show. Walker says Wayne Thiebaud, whose cake, pie and gumball paintings are icons of our consumerist culture, has been an inf luence. The black jacket, shown with the hood up as if there’s a spook hiding inside, makes one uneasy, yet there’s play and sensuality here, too. The layered red, yellow, blue, black and white strips of tape sometimes twist and crinkle with unexpected textures. Walker, who says he loves working with tape and has 60 different varieties, enters a different zone when he uses the sticky consumer product. Look forward to further developments, especially when they involve tape. n

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Jay Walker’s sartorial paintings, drawings and sculpture at JOG don’t exactly make for a cheery show, but Second Skin is worth a visit. His monochrome, lifesized depictions of empty hoodies, Matrix-like dusters, a hospital gown and a bride’s dress against voidlike backgrounds have a feel of isolation and vulnerability—the hooded jackets in particular call to mind the Mourners, shrouded medieval tomb sculptures shown at the Metropolitan Museum of Art last winter. Walker, 28, is an accomplished artist with a master’s from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Arts who could have luxuriated in painting clothing with f lourishes like the old masters. But this drab drapery is not about the cloth or even the idea of comfort or beauty. The show is about the animating spirit—the clothing sans bodies eerily suggests bodies sans souls. Why so mournful? “I’m hopeful and pessimistic,” Walker said at the opening. Three years ago, Walker left the security of a fulltime teaching job to work in the studio, and around the same time needed hospital care. That encounter with mortality coupled with his own leap from security into the artistic void might explain the dark aesthetic. Many of the newer works in the show, like the oil painting “David Tripp II,” surround the object portrayed—in this case a duster coat—with thick white atmospheric paint suggesting a kind of saintliness or ascendence. For all its hulking threat, the duster is like

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Art & Stage Listings THEATER South Pacific

Rodgers and Hammerstein’s awardwinning musical about two couples during WWII. $20-$50. Academy of Music, Broad & Locust sts. academyofmusic.org.

Sister’s Christmas Catechism: The Mystery of the Magi’s Gold

The newest addition to the Late Night Catechism series, Sister sets out on an hilarious hunt for Magi’s Gold. $49. The Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad St. 215.790.5800. kimmelcenter.org

In The Blood

A contemporary spin on Nathaniel Hawthorne’s The Scarlet Letter, telling the tragic tale of a mother of five. $18-$20. Allen Lane Theater, 601 W. Allens Ln. 215.248.0546. allenslane.org

The 25th Annual Putnam County Spelling Bee

A group of six quirky tweens compete in a spelling championship. Suzanne Roberts Theatre, 480 S. Broad St. 215.985.0420. philadelphiatheatercompany.com

My Mother’s Italian. My Father’s Jewish. And I’m in Therapy. Former teacher Steve Soloman share tales of his hilarious family dinners and his hilarious family. $45. Society Hill Playhouse, 507 S. Eighth St. 215.923.0210. societyhillplayhouse.org

The Taming of the Shrew

performers for an outrageous night of music and comedy. $37. Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St. 215.574.3550. walnutstreettheatre.org

Philadelphia Sketch Club

Sun/28, 2-4pm. Various artists: “2010 Legacy Art Show & Sale.” Thru Dec. 11. 235 S. Camac St. sketchclub.org

Iving Berlin’s White Christmas

This controversially titled play examines the state of inner city youth and the heavy life situations that they sometimes create or inherit. $15-$20. Thru Jan. 16. Shubin Theatre, 407 Bainbridge St. shubintheatre.com

Kubo Shu: “PAPER JAPONISM.” Thru Dec. 3. 3215 Market St. 215.895.2548. drexel.edu/westphal

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Gross McCleaf Gallery

Douglas Martenson: “Light, Space, and Observations.” Victoria Barnes: “Curious Incidents.” Thru Nov. 127 S. 16th St. 215.665.8138. grossmccleaf.com

Molumby’s Million

Boxing champ Jack Dempsey is looking for a big pay day, but gets derailed by crooked promoters and conniving reporters in this comedy about the seedy world of boxing. $18-$22. The Centre Theater, 208 DeKalb St., Norristown. 610.279.1013. thecentretheater.org A well-to-do Jewish family’s comfortable life in America is disrupted by the tragic events unfolding in Europe during WWII. $12.50-$20. The Stagecrafters Theater, 8130 Germantown Ave. 215.247.8881. thestagecrafters.org

NEXUS Foundation

Cynthia Groya: “Pulling Paint.” Thru Nov. 28. 52 N. Second St. 215.627.5310. musegalleryphiladelphia.com

Ceasar’s Palace O’ Fun

Sat/27, 8pm. Various artists: “Fourth Wall Arts Salon.” 1515 Brandywine St. ruddydance.org/garage/

Muse Gallery

Vox Populi

AxD Gallery

Mike Stack and Carrie Patterson: “Objects and Fields.” Thru Dec. 4. 265 S. 10th St. 215.627.6250. a-x-d.com/gallery

Christopher P. McManus: “Suburban Warlock.” Bruce Campbell: “Mood-Yarn-Titty.” Mark Stockton: “Flesh for Worms.” Thru Nov. 28. 319 N. 11th St., 3rd fl. 215.238.1236. voxpopuligallery.org

Smile Gallery

Highwire Gallery

Bridgette Mayer Gallery

Charles Burwell: “Structuring Desire/ Desiring Structure.” Thru Dec. 17. 709 Walnut St. 215.413.8893. bridgettemayergallery.com

Langman Gallery

Various artists: “Art Jewlery 2010.” Various artists: “Contemporary Menorahs.” Thru Dec. 31. 2500 Moreland Rd. 215.657.8333. langmangallery.com

Pentimenti Gallery

Mark Khaisman: “From Russia With Love.” Sand T: ”Reductive.” Thru Dec. 18. 145 N. 2nd St. 215.625.9990 pentimenti.com

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Seraphin Gallery

Various artists: “Wear The Art.” Thru Jan. 2. 1108 Pine St. seraphingallery.com

Locks Gallery

Lynda Benglis: “Flow and Flash.” Thru Dec. 30. 600 Washington Square South. 215.629.1000. locksgallery.com

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Alan Magee: “Tapestries.” Thru Dec. 31. 51 N. Second St. 215.413.3191. gallery51.net

Slought Foundation

Sergius Pankejeff: “The Wolf Man Paints!” Thru Jan. 22. 4017 Walnut St. 215.701.4627 slought.org

Projects Gallery

“Art by MAL; Paintings, Works on Paper, Books.” Thru Nov. 30. 30 S. Second St. artbymal.com

Vivian Wolovitz: “Second Nature.” Thru Nov. 27. 629 N. Second St. 267.303.9652. projectsgallery.com

Gallery 13 West

Fareen Butt, Maureen Drdak and Reeta Gidwani Karmarkar: “Three Women, Three Stories II.” Thru Nov. 27. 305 Cherry St. twelvegatesgallery.com

Salvatore Cerceo: “Paintings and Sculpture.” Thru Dec. 4. 4504 Regent St. galley13w.com

Academy of the Fine Arts

William Cresson: “Ye Great Mogul of the Sketch Club.” Thru Nov. 30. Various artists: “Narcissus in the Studio: Artist Portraits & Self Portraits.” Thru Jan. 2. 128 N. Broad St. pafa.org

Rodger LaPelle Galleries

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Philadelphia Art Alliance

Various artists: “Wunderwerk.” Thru Nov. 28. Jennifer Angus, Ligia Bouton, Carole Loeffler and Saya Woolfalk: “The Sitting Room: 4 Studies.” Thru Jan. 3. 251 S.18th St. 215.545.4302. philartalliance.org

Patricia Traub: “Biophila.” Jeanine Leclaire: “Borrowing Souls and Other Awkward Moments.” Thru Dec. 31. 122 N. 3rd St. 215.592.0232. rodgerlapellegalleries.com

Cerulean Arts

University City Arts League

Rochelle Dinkin, Rachel Isaac and Joshua Gabriel: “Archetypes and Icons.” Thru Nov. 28. 2040 Frankford Ave. 215.426.2685. highwiregallery.com

Artists’ House Gallery

Wexler Gallery

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Sande Webster Gallery

Various artists: “Recent Oil Paintings.” Thru Nov. 28. 57 N. Second St. 215.923.8440. artistshouse.com

Schmidt/Dean Gallery

Asian Arts Initiative

Various artists: “Picturing the Decameron.” Thru Dec. 6. 105 S. 22nd St. 215.564.2502

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Twenty-Two Gallery

Jennie Thwing: “Plastic Landscape.” Anastasia Owell: “Let’s Play.” 1400 N. American St. nexusphiladelphia.org

The Last Night of Ballyhoo

Patricia Burns, Melissa Bollman Jenkins, Lynn O’Connor and Patricia O’Holloran: “Paintings By Four.” Thru Nov. 28. 704 Catherine St. 215.829.0466 davinciartalliance.org Adam Lee Farrell: “Mixed Bag.” Thru Nov. 28. 36 N. Third St. 267.516.5034. jsfcontemporary.com

Bruce Murray: “Baseball, History & Americana.” Thru Dec. 5. 236 S. 22nd St. 215.772.1911. twenty-twogallery.com

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The Nigga Files

A new take on one of Shakespeare’s most well-known plays. $15. The First Methodist Church of Germantown, 6001 Germantown Ave. 215.844.0724. thedramagroup.org The lovable Latin entertainer gets together with a gang of fellow

Mary Powers Holt: “Open Spaces.” Thru Dec. 10. 3611 Walnut St., 2nd fl. upenn.edu

Leonard Pearlstein Gallery

A pair of song-and-dance boys chase after two beautiful singing sisters en route to their Christmas show. $10-$95. Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St. 215.574.3550. walnutstreettheatre.org

The Performance Garage

Burrison Gallery

Pernot Hudson: “soft bigotry for a mercy killing (in two preludes).” Thru Dec. 13. 4226 Spruce St. ucartsleague.org Kevin Cole: “Outside The Groove: Prints and Mixed Media Works.” Andrea Baldeck: ”Shoreland.” Thru Nov. 29. 2006 Walnut St. sandewebstergallery.com

Bambi Gallery

Various artist: “It Was 20 Years Ago Today.” Thru Nov. 28. 1001 N. Second St., Suite 7 bambiproject.com

Leah MacDonald: “In My Body.” Thru Dec. 31. 201 N. Third St. 215.923.7030 wexlergallery.com Susan Fenton.“Work From Ballinglen.” Thru Jan. 8. 1710 Sansom St. 215.569.9433 schmidtdean.com

Michael Moore and Michael Rossman: “Natural Touch: Drawings.” Thru Nov. 27. 1355 Ridge Ave. 267.514.8647. ceruleanarts.com Miriam Singer: “Built Up.” Rebecca A. Jacoby: “Resonances.” Thru Nov. 27. 47 N. Second St. lgtrippgallery.com Various artists: “Of Filmi Love And Other Demons.” Thru Nov. 24. 1219 Vine St. 215.557.0455. asianartsinitiative.org

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Tim and Eric’s procession of odd characters exemplified this. A typical 11-minute smorgasbord of skits might feature the likes of Spagett, a balding spaghetti eater who spends his time unsuccessfully “spooking” strangers, Candid Camerastyle; Jan and Wayne Skylar, a smug pair of news anchors who don’t mind making their sex lives public; and the Beaver Boys, two guys who suck down shrimp and white wine when they’re not practicing obscure dances like the Beaver Bounce and the Dirty Hamper. If none of these people sound particularly amusing, no matter, there are dozens more. Despite their aggressively unusual brand of humor, Heidecker and Wareheim have had a pretty successful career. They cracked into the industry via Mr. Show’s Bob Odenkirk, which led to the short-lived Adult Swim program Tom Goes to the Mayor. Awesome Show tallied up an impressive list of guest stars over its five seasons, including Zach Galifianakis, John Mayer, Jeff Goldblum and Marilyn Manson. Awesome Show’s most endearing creation—the goofy, advice-dispensing Dr. Steve Brule (John C. Reilly)— even got a spinoff, Check It Out! With Dr. Steve Brule. In what should come as no surprise, interviewing Heidecker and Wareheim is an odd experience. Trying to get useful info out of either of them is almost futile. Wareheim tackles a question about inspiration by mentioning his infatuation for Vegas shows, specifically Cirque du Soleil (“Small Asian men and their different kinds of dancing really come into play in our humor”). I get a “Who’s that?” in reference to Andy Kaufman. I ask if their humor would be as effective if they weren’t a duo and am treated to this: “Can you imagine, Eric, talking to a man who is at a party and you’re with your wife and the man says, ‘So are you and your wife getting a divorce?’ It’s impolite.” But a few legit-sounding responses slip through, beginning with Wareheim expounding on the self-imposed “rules” of their comedy. “Only certain people can play lunatics—people like John C. Reilly. You can’t just have any comedian come in and try to be funny. It’s a very specific kind of funny that we do and love,” he says. Explaining what separates “Chrimbus Spectacular” from their past tours, Heidecker says, “We’re a little older. We’re a little wiser. It’s another ride on the carnival ride.” Adds Wareheim, “It was a roller coaster. Now, you’ve got a tripleloop roller coaster. It’s going to go upside-down, and you’re going to say, ‘Thank God that I bought a ticket and came to this spectacle.’” Then it’s back to bad cop. Is there any material that one has created that the other doesn’t immediately get? A pause lingers, and Wareheim starts raving about the Trocadero. “I saw one of my first shows there—Fugazi, when I was 14 years old. It changed my life, so it’s very special coming back to the Trocadero.” I rephrase the question. “Pusswhip Banggang,” he begins, referencing their band that appears on this Chrimbus tour. “We do a nine-song set [featuring] songs from the show, so you can sing along. It’s going to be real fun for everybody!” Wareheim says with cheer. A question about how their unconventional work has prospered for so long ends with Wareheim asking about what image will accompany this article. Heidecker gives succinct “no” responses to questions about Tom Goes to the Mayor and the Steve Brule spin-off. Eventually, Wareheim hangs up unexpectedly, and after confirming that his partner has left, Heidecker exits without a goodbye, too. Still, the 17-minute call encapsulates the Tim and Eric experience: Sometimes, you’ll have no idea what the hell is happening, but if you can withstand the confusion, the weirdness can entertain. n

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“What am I, Wikipedia?” retorts Tim Heidecker, sounding a bit snide. This in response to a question about the origin of Chrimbus, a holiday he and cohort Eric Wareheim are apparently celebrating on their current live tour. Their work for Cartoon Network’s Adult Swim is steeped in absurdism. Their promo interviews are no different, apparently. According to Wareheim, Chrimbus will be celebrated on Dec. 5 (coincidentally, the same day their new hour-long Adult Swim special airs), and it involves dried shrimp and a Chrimbus bush that is “nice and wet and trimmed.” (Chrimbus doesn’t actually have a Wikipedia page, either.) The duo are on a bus headed to a performance in Chico, Calif., and are more interested in playing good cop/bad cop (or insane cop/slightly less insane cop) than actually discussing their show and tour. Within minutes, this conversation slips into the maniacal world of Tim and Eric, a place where the line between “funny ha ha” and “funny weird” grows thinner by the moment. Tim Heidecker and Eric Wareheim, who met as film students at Temple in the ’90s, make a living limboing back and forth under that increasingly blurry line. The actors/writers/ comedians/directors best known for Tim and Eric Awesome Show, Great Job!, the live-action Adult Swim series that wrapped in May, produce work that revels in awkwardness. You aren’t always sure when to laugh at their bizarre performance art-esque bits (or if it’s even funny at all).

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Write About Love (Matador)

Sounds Like: They

keep re-inventing and yet maintaining their sound, like with 2006’s Life Pursuit, these are 11 tight, ’60s-inspired but ’90s-filtered pop songs.

Free Association:

Norah Jones, what are you doing here? You’re not twee or British. For Fans Of: Camera Obscura, Magnetic Fields, Donovan, Stereolab.

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but intoxicating instrumental compositions where Bird’s crazy whistling and violin skills are put on display over expansive and moody meditations. Free Association: Bird’s voice is lovely, but surprisingly unnecessary to create magic. For Fans Of: Brian Eno, Django Reinhardt, Konono no. 1 for “Hot Math.”

ful, delicate songs from a Kentucky-raised Texan with a full, acoustic sound, supported by some friends to make loud, pretty pop ditties.

ADHD-plagued partyhopping hipster in us all, slamming Four Lokos, who’ll find their simpleton sampling mash-ups genius at 1:30 a.m.

Brooklyn Lovers’ third is their fanciest and catchiest, but money and polish isn’t what they needed; these hi-fi dance jams are flashy as hell. Free Association: Kim sure sounds like a drum machine; fine, they both sound like machines. For Fans Of: Passion Pit, Mates of State x the Go! Team.

that didn’t make it to Darkness on the Edge of Town; back in ’78, things were simpler and filled with choruses, brass and harmonica. Free Association: Lovely songs between “Born to Run” and “Dancing in the Dark” days. For Fans Of: Mellencamp, Seger, Petty, Fogerty, blue-collar Americana.

stripped-down and minimally-produced collection of hits from back in the day up till now, with a heavy focus on the tap of that high-hat. Free Association: You never want to hear “Drunk Girls”/”Daft Punk” again? WRONG. For Fans Of: The Rapture, Hot Chip, Simian Mobile Disco, Holy Fuck.

Useless Creatures Sounds Like: Strange

Fill in the Blanks:

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Englishman

Sounds Like: Thought-

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You sound like John Darnielle, s’cool, he’s mad successful—cash in, bruh. For Fans Of: Mountain Goats, Michael Penn, Jens Lekman.

All Day

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Free Association:

There are 30 samples in the first 15 minutes, hilarious and mystifying. For Fans Of: Lil’ Jon x Miley Cyrus, BNNA CLPS, the Barbary, South Philly.

“I’m a sucker for the stuffing.” –Asher Roth “We were vegetarian/vegan for 10-plus years, but have fully succumbed to the awesome powers of turkey. Gotta get that protein!” –Reading Rainbow “Turducken.” - Yanni Papadopoulos “Not a huge fan of Thanksgiving food, but I love that marshmallows are included on that one day.” –Chris Ward “This warm cheese dip that my sister-in-law makes, deviled eggs and pineapple stuffing.” –Birdie Busch

Ever wonder what Asher “I love college” Roth’s favorite Thanksgiving dish is? Or what music plays as Pissed Jeans’ Matthew Kosloff cleans his plate? Yes? Good, because PW asked several local musicians to “Fill In the Blanks” Thanksgiving-style. Here’s what they said: P H I L A D E L P H I A W E E K LY

WhileeatingThanksgivingdinnerI’llbe listeningto... “An Eagles game, Kate Bush or any midperiod GG Allin.” –John Sharkey, ex-Clockcleaner/Puerto Rico Flowers “The Merzturkey: A self-playing Merzbow music box stuffed deep inside a 25 pound Jaindl bird.” –Matthew Kosloff, Pissed Jeans “Black Flag’s My War.” –Yanni Papadopoulos, Stinking Lizaveta

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“Wild Turkey’s Turkey or Plastic Ono Band’s ‘Cold Turkey.’” –Russ Waterhouse, Blues Control “Mum’s Finally We are No One.” –Chris Ward, Pattern is Movement “Harry Nilsson’s Pussy Cats.” –Honus Honus, Man Man

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MyfavoriteThanksgivingdishis... “Tofurkey! No, I’m kidding. I’m an adult.” –John Sharkey

“Turkey cranberry balls.” –Honus Honus OnetimewhiletouringduringThanksgiving... “Touring on Thanksgiving? Have you no soul? We only tour from the couch to the dinner table, thank you.” –Matthew Kosloff “We got a full dinner at The Hole In The Wall in Austin, Texas, served by a guy named Bircho.” —Yanni Papadopoulos “We’ve yet to play on Thanksgiving, but the Armenian brandy rifle we brought to Siltbreeze HQ one year was a hit.” –Russ Waterhouse “We’d been out on tour for months and were driving home from West Virginia. We stopped for gas in Pa. and the attendant ignored me and gave me dirty looks. With that disaffected interaction, I knew I was home and gave thanks!” –Chris Ward “Dinner in a hot tub. It gets messy.” –Paul Sprangers, Free Energy “I’ve never toured Thanksgiving except up to my old attic room looking for high school treasures.” –Birdie Busch “A band-mate makes turkey with breast implants complete with carrot nipples and we saw a similar photograph of this hanging on the wall.” –Honus Honus

Sidewalks

Sounds Like: The

Down There

Sounds Like: The

Animal Collective main man (with Panda Bear) gets his own solo ya-yas out with a muddled, mirky collection of tripped-out folksy experimental gems. Free Association: Yes, everyone and their mother loves AC. But this is for the realest fans. For Fans Of: Caribou, Four Tet, Dan Deacon, Le Loup, Yeasayer.

The Promise

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InmyThanksgivingfantasy,I’meating with... “Abraham Lincoln, Anthony Kiedis and the Mighty Mighty Bosstones’ horn section.” –John Sharkey

London Sessions

Sam Adams

“Lou Reed, Patti Smith, Kim Gordon and Iggy Pop to really spice things up.” –Reading Rainbow “Ann Demeulemeester, Charles Willeford, Isis the Amazon, Johan Kugelberg, Jon Glaser, the cast of Glee. Pass the apple cider, please.” –Matthew Kosloff “Bill Hicks, Dave Chappelle, Lenny Bruce and Sun Ra.” –Chris Forsyth “Charles Mingus, Eddie Van Halen, Siki Spacek, Elizabeth Fiend, y’know, major partiers.” —Yanni Papadopoulos “My grandfathers, as they passed away before I ever met them.” –Chris Ward “Fat Jim Belushi, fat Brian Doyle Murray, fat John Candy, fat Brian Wilson, fat Keith Moon—anyone that looks like shit toward the end of their life. Future fat farting Brian McManus, any celebrities spiraling out of control.” –Honus Honus ThisyearI’mthankfulfor... “Phillies’ fourth straight post-season trip.” —Sharkey “Netflix on demand.” –Matthew Kosloff “My shelter (even as crunk as it is), close friends and family, knowing what I love to do and doing it, and like Paul Simon once said in a song, ‘Thankin’ the lord for my fingers.’” –Birdie Busch “Eddie Jordan not being the coach of the 76ers.” –Honus Honus “Our drug dealer, cat sitter, and life coach Al A.” –Reading Rainbow n

I t’s difficult to imagine a sadder amalgam than this Frapper’s (frat rapper) offering—soulless R&B and anemic electro with rapping whose intelligence and fluidity suggest he takes the short bus to his English as a second language class. (He’s from Boston.) Adams follows Mike Posner out of this particular stylistic clown car, and there’s nothing worse than their acts: a lyrical cripple bragging about his game. Adams talks about jets and resorts whose name ought to be “Last,” thanks to his See Spot Run rhymes (trippin-hittin-written-flippin) and flow that makes Apu Nahasapeemapetilon sound like Teflon. It was bad enough when rappers were trying to get over on this synthetic club soul, now we’ve got aphasic fatheads giving it a go? No. (Chris Parker) Sun., Nov. 28, 8pm. $23. With L.A. Riots. Theater of Living Arts, 334 South St. 215.922.1011. livenation.com


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Sabbra Cadabra (A Tribute to Black Sabbath) 9pm. $10. With Serpent Throne and Workforce III. North Star Bar, 2639 Poplar St. northstarbar.com Doomtree (feat. P.O.S) 7:30pm. $10. First Unitarian Church, 2125 Chestnut St. r5productions.com Rock-n-Roll Quizzo 8pm. $7. With Viv Peyrat, Don McCloskey and Mike Onufrak. The Grape Room, 105 Grape St. 215.625.5656. graperoommusic. wordpress.com

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Thanksgiving Night Jam 10pm. $5. Dawson Street Pub. 100 Dawson St. 215.482.5677. dawsonstreetpub.com

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The New Music Series 9pm. $9. With Color House, Church and Kelly Overdrive. North Star Bar, 2639 Poplar St. northstarbar.com Donavon Frankenreiter 8pm. $28-$37. World Cafe Live, 3025 Walnut St. 215.222.1400. worldcafelive.com

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Kurt Vile & the Violators 9pm. 12. With Purling Hiss and Amen Dunes. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave. 215.739.9684. johnnybrendas.com

The Swamp Candles 8pm. $10. With Dazzlejob, Clashing Plaid and Cate Black. The Grape Room, 105 Grape St. graperoommusic.wordpress.com

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8pm. $39. With Beru Revue. Elecric Factory, 421 N. Seventh St. 215.627.1332. electricfactory.com

Aunt Dracula 9pm. $10. With Soars. Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 N. Frankford Ave. johnnybrendas.com

Young Prisms 7:30pm. $10. With Weekend. Kung Fu Necktie, 1248 N Front St. 215.291.4919. kungfunecktie.com

Toxic Holocaust 7pm. $10. With Tombs. Kung Fu Necktie, 1248 N. Front St. kungfunecktie.com

The Awesome Bros 8pm. $7. With Robin Gazzara and Tim Bader. The Grape Room, 105 Grape St. graperoommusic. wordpress.com

Senses Fail 8pm. $15-$18. With Bayside, Title Fight and Balance and Composure. Elecric Factory, 421 N. Seventh St. 215.627.1332. electricfactory.com

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Meg and Dia 5:30pm. $10. With Joey Ryan and the Spring Standards. The Barbary, 951 N. Frankford Ave. myspace.com/thenewbarbary

Jason Sprague 8pm. $8. With Lives of Famous Men and Red Letter Life. North Star Bar, 2639 Poplar St. northstarbar.com

Hillbilly Shakespeare 10pm. $5. With Lee Morgan. Dawson Street Pub, 100 Dawson St. 215.482.5677. dawsonstreetpub.com The Once Was 9pm. $8. With Overlook, the Courage Pills and Jill Jacobs & The Know How. North Star Bar, 2639 Poplar St. northstarbar.com

Open Mic Night 8pm. Free. With Steph Hayes. The Grape Room, 105 Grape St. 215.625.5656. graperoommusic. wordpress.com

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Alright Junior 8pm. Free. With Surgeon, Desoto Jones and Siamese Sundown. Kung Fu Necktie, 1248 N. Front St. 215.291.4919. kungfunecktie.com Kevin Killen Band 9pm. $5. With Gift Horse, Inner Astronaut/Zachary Lantine and Eric Reitz. The

Grape Room, 105 Grape St. 215.625.5656. graperoommusic.wordpress.com

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Neil Wetzel Quintet 7pm. $5-$10. Chris’ Jazz Cafe. 1421 Sansom St. chrisjazzcafe.com

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Joe Breidenstine Quartet 10pm. $5. Dawson Street Pub, 100 Dawson St. 215.482.5677. dawsonstreetpub.com

Brandon Flowers

PHAMILY 11pm. $10. Chris’ Jazz Cafe. 1421 Sansom St. chrisjazzcafe.com

M o n d ay 2 9 Jack Furlong 7pm. $5-$10. Chris’ Jazz Cafe. 1421 Sansom St. chrisjazzcafe.com

T u e s d ay 3 0 The Lenny Pierro Group 7pm. $5-$10. With Katie Eagleson. Chris’ Jazz Cafe. 1421 Sansom St. chrisjazzcafe.com

T h u r s d ay 2 5 Gun$ Garcia! 10pm. Free. The Walnut Room, 1709 Walnut St., 215.751.0201. walnutroonredux.com

8pm. $28-$31. With Transfer. Electric Factory, 421 N. Seventh St. 215.627.1332. electricfactory.com

s aT u r d ay 2 7 Lions Den Radio Show/Reggae Fest Anniversary Party 7pm. With DJ Champe, Thirst Quenchers Dub Collective, Kenyatta, Nico & Negus Selassie and Confusion Assassin. Danger Danger Gallery 5013 Balitimore Ave. myspace.com/dangerdangergallery

Miss May I 7pm. $12-$14. With Sleeping with Sirens, the Crimson Arada, Bury Tomorrow and Abandon All Ships. First Unitarian Church, 2125 Chestnut St. r5productions.com

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Philadelphia Bar & Restaurant brings a quieter shade of class to Old City. By Brian Freedman

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Whether you’re headed to Grandma’s, feasting with friends or eating a Hungry-Man XXL Turkey Dinner in front of the TV by your lonesome this Thanksgiving, we’ve found some tasty beers to go with the holiday classics. Chef Amy Selevan of Lucky 13 Pub (1820 S. 13th St.) is our food/beer expert. Before she landed at the South Philly pub of proprietor and all-around amazing bartender Clark Newman, she was a banquet and sous chef at World Cafe Live, where she often paired beer with her meals. Here, she’s given us some trusty beer picks to complement holiday gluttony. Now pass the gravy and chug, chug, CHUG!

Amy recommends something sweet and savory, like Dogfish Head Punkin Ale, or tart like Lindemans Kriek Cherry Lambic.

Dish: Stuffing Something really thick and nutty, a porter or stout, says Amy. Samuel Smith Oatmeal Stout, for instance.

Dish: Sweet Potatoes/Candied Yams

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The Dock Street Bohemian Pilsner is mediumbodied and crisp, which is just what sweet potatoes call for.

In a move considered brave by some and sheer insanity by others, Philadelphia Bar & Restaurant’s executive chef Jordan Sauter doesn’t offer cooking-temperature options for his burger. Instead, the server informs you that the two 3-ounce patties, each of which takes just three minutes to cook on the flat-top, will be grilled to well and arrive more gray than pink. Debate over this has been so heated that it sounds like a throwback to the midterm elections: Strict constructionists, bent on kitchen-centralized power, have argued that it’s a chef’s prerogative to dictate cooking temperature; others argue that it’s the customer’s inalienable right to decide. In the end, though, the latter argument is rendered superfluous by the dish itself, the best fast-food or diner-style burger I’ve had in a long time. There’s nothing precious or presumptuous about it, just a subtly sweet brioche bun, lettuce, tomato, Cooper sharp cheese, a sour-cream-based special sauce and those surprisingly juicy patties. Simple, honest satisfaction trumps heated rhetoric about heat. In a neighborhood finally starting to grow beyond the once-dominant and overtly scene-y spots, the cheekily named PBR is an indication that the southerly reaches of Old City are becoming a livable neighborhood rather than a destination for girls in party tops. There’s style to spare here, of course, but it’s of a quieter, less sparkly variety—

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It's healthy, they're vegetables: Hand-cut eggplant fries are one of the many dishes at Philadelphia Bar & Restaurant that show off their savvy with a deep fryer.

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SIX PACK Six Boring Directors By Matt Prigge mprigge@philadelphiaweekly.com Ed Burns: There’s intentional boredom, cultivated by long-take masters like Michenagelo Antonioni, Andrei Tarkovsky and, of course, Andy Warhol. But that’s more like hypnosis, or a sensory experiment. Then there’s the boredom of directors who crank out blandly predictable, stilted work again and again, unconcerned with anything beyond their limited worldview. Incidentally, Ed Burns has just written and directed his 10th feature. Stephen Daldry: The Academy has nominated this stage director for every feature he’s directed, which should say it all. Anyone who can make desiccated, middle-brow films about a working-class dude ballerina (Billy Elliot), Virginia Woolf (The Hours) and a Nazi sexpot played by a naked Kate Winslet (The Reader) deserves some kind of recognition—maybe not the good kind. Stanley Kramer: Around Oscar season, studios atone for the previous year with “issue films,” self-important treacle exploring social problems in the most artless, unchallenging way possible. Though he wasn’t the first, Stanley Kramer remains the father of this practice. The Defiant Ones, On the Beach, Inherit the Wind, Judgment at Nuremberg, Guess Who’s Coming to Dinner—these preachy pablums made the world safe for Richard Attenborough, Alan Parker and Robert Redford (the director).

Love and Other Drugs has appealing leads, but the Big Pharma sex farce is a mishmash. By Sean Burns sburns@philadelphiaweekly.com Yes, this is the one where they’re naked. It’s rather sad that realistic depictions of adult sexuality have become so rare in mainstream movies that Edward Zwick’s Love and Other Drugs can surf a tsunami of breathless coverage from magazine covers to SNL jokes to notoriety just because stars Anne Hathaway and Jake Gyllenhaal get it on in a realistic, bra-removing way. (Those with longer memories might recall that these two crazy kids already did the deed onscreen five years ago in Brokeback Mountain.) Although I guess that’s a better ticket-selling strategy than focusing on how it’s also about Parkinson’s Disease. Actually, it’s about a lot of things. Love and Other Drugs is by turns a raunchy bedroom farce, a muckracking healthcare-industry satire, a sappy chick flick and a ’90s-nostalgia piece wistful for those bygone days of economic prosperity. Sometimes watching it feels like channel surfing. Demonstrating a keen ear for the decade’s most wretched music, the film kicks off in 1996, with the Spin Doctors’ “Two Princes” introducing Jake Gyllenhaal’s Jamie Randall, a callow young stud picking up babes left and right on the sales floor of an electronics store. Fired for banging the boss’ girlfriend in the supply closet, our swaggering lech soon stumbles into the pharmaceutical industry. Turns out that working as a drug rep for Pfizer is the perfect gig for

someone with Randall’s supreme schmoozing skills and abject moral bankruptcy. Before long, he’s got access to every doctor’s office in town by keeping their secretaries on speed-dial. But he meets his match in Hathaway’s Maggie Murdock, a brassy Bohemian artist who shares his hobby of casual fornication. They barely make it through the front door before they’re already going at it, and then once that’s done she’s already booted him out before he can even button his pants. Randall is so used to the clingy types, he’s smitten with Maggie’s no-strings-attached policy. But their businesslike arrangement is short-lived, as pesky conversations break out amid all the heavy breathing. Despite the best efforts of both, they soon find themselves in (gasp!) a relationship. This gets tricky, as we’ve learned from her very first scene that Maggie suffers from early-onset Parkinson’s. Thanks to Hathaway’s marvelous, prickly performance, we can see a young woman always on her guard, determined to shield herself from any attachments, as they’ll inevitably end in heartbreak. Maggie’s resigned to the disease and living for the moment, only hooking up with Jamie in the first place because he seems like precisely the kind of lout that she won’t have to worry about falling for. It’s a gutsy turn with some surprisingly sharp edges.

Grade: C Director: Edward Zwick Starring: Anne Hathaway, Jake Gyllenhaal Running time: 112 minutes

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Edward Zwick: Kramer’s most tiresome apprentice. Be it history (Glory, The Last Samurai), lurid boddice-rippers (Legends of the Fall), issues (The Siege, Blood Diamond) or ass-kicking Jews (Defiance), Zwick has the ability to drain all spontaneity out of cinema, directing as if grabbing the audience by the collar, insecure that their attention may waver or, worse, that the content he’s working with is trite.

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James Mangold: There’s a reason his first film was called Heavy. A plodding, humorless, unimaginative scourge, Mangold directs as if weighed down by his own importance. His serious work (Cop Land; Girl, Interrupted) is hollow, and what should be peppy (Walk the Line, Knight and Day) is thumb-twiddling. 3:10 to Yuma is decent, but there’s no reason a remake of a 95-minute nail-biter needed to be over two hours.

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But the sharper Hathaway gets, the gummier Love and Other Drugs becomes. Gyllenhaal winds up repping the company’s new wonder drug, something called Viagra, thus sending the film off into a very long detour full of broad caricatures, priapism gags and go-go money-making montages. There’s an obvious point to be made here about Big Pharma devoting more resources to sustaining erections than to curing diseases, but it’s expressed in the most ham-fisted way imaginable, with real-life Parkinson’s sufferers just coming out and saying as much directly into the lens. But the buoyant, bawdy energy of the film’s first hour depletes in a hurry once Jamie is required to grow up and accept the fact that Maggie’s not going to get better, and there’s no miracle cure on the horizon. Gyllenhaal is the luckiest actor in Hollywood, and not just because he got to go to work everyday and get naked with Anne Hathaway. Has such a modestly talented actor ever been so consistently outmatched onscreen? Whether with Heath Ledger in Brokeback or Mark Ruffalo and Robert Downey Jr. in Zodiac, Gyllenhaal has made a career out of being adequate opposite greatness. He has some fun with Jamie’s carefree caddishness during the picture’s first half, though he’s so transparently mimicking Tom Cruise that at one point he even dons Risky Business Ray-Bans. But as the film grows more maudlin he can’t hold his own next to Hathaway. Director Edward Zwick has devoted most of his big-screen career to stolid, oatmeal historical epics like The Last Samurai and Defiance. Love And Other Drugs is a throwback to his first feature, the 1986 Rob Lowe vehicle About Last Night…, a movie that mainly lives on in the form of Mr. Skin clips of a pre-plastic surgery Demi Moore getting it on. Grateful as I am that Zwick is returning to his roots instead of burdening us with another three-hour Oscar wannabe, the mishmash of tones at play here is clearly beyond his control. There’s a lot of funny stuff in this film, but none of it involves Randall’s obese, perpetually masturbating brother (Josh Gad) who seems to have wandered in from some awful Judd Apatow knockoff. Still, Hathaway is a marvel. She’s savvy enough an actress to understand that a character suffering from a terminal illness doesn’t need to go looking for our sympathy, something surprisingly few performers figure out. She creates a tough, angry, complicated woman who deserved better than her lot in life. For starters, she deserved a better movie. n

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Tangled, the studio’s 50th toon feature, isn’t, but it’s sturdier, calmer and a much more clear signal that the next Disney renaissance is yet to come. A revamp/mutilation of Rapunzel, Tangled bears even less resemblance to the Grimm tale than their Hunchback of Notre Dame did to the Victor Hugo. In keeping with the company’s financially wise obsession with princesses, lowly Rapunzel (Mandy Moore) is now a scion of royalty, snatched away by hag Mother Gothel (Donna Murphy) and stored in a remote tower. There, her magical blond locks are good, since these books sold approximately a zillion copies. But if the books are truly as wonderful as y’all keep telling me they are, then it’s tough not to see these films as a massive missed opportunity and almost complete artistic failure. Director David Yates conjures a pleasantly chilly atmosphere, playing up the smallness of our teen protagonists on the dank, oversized sets. Ralph Fiennes has malevolent, noseless presence as the dark Lord Voldemort, and just about every great actor in Britain gets to shuffle onscreen for a line or two. And yet I still don’t know what the hell they’re talking about most of the time. Deathly Hallows is chock full of callbacks and plot points dating back to the earliest of the pictures, which some of us haven’t seen in nearly a decade and, honestly, have no desire to revisit. A massive chunk of screen time here is devoted to Harry, Hermoine and Ron wandering through the woods feeling sorry for themselves, the teen-angst quotient cranked so

exploited to keep her kidnapper vaguely MILFish. It’s no longer a prince who happens upon her tower, but an allegedly charming rogue (Zachary Levi) who speaks in modern vernacular. These two crazy kids skip the part where he’s gorily blinded by thorns; Rapunzel vacates her prison extra early and gets embroiled in derring-do with badass horses, mugging chameleons and near-naked geriatrics. At one point, she even becomes a hippie. Part Fractured Fairy Tale, part not, Tangled works best when it plays as a Disney adaptation of the Greek film Dogtooth. Never allowed outside her spacious digs (though escape eventually proves comically easy) Rapunzel has been raised to believe Gothel is her mother and the outside world is a den of cruelty and heartbreak. The action that follows her escape is more frenetic than inventive, but the character of Rapunzel is a Disney masterpiece unto herself. Moore’s enthused line readings and her character’s sprightly design create a lively portrait of ravenous longing, complete with eyes large enough to consume the world. Rapunzel’s touching vim is almost enough to atone for the tuneless tunes from returning songman Alan Menken. n high that at times I felt like I was watching a Twilight movie. Sure, the fans love it. I spotted a few openly shedding tears over the demise of a character I can’t recall even appearing in the last four movies. But these films have become illustrations instead of stories. Muggles need not apply. n


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C Review by Matt Prigge It makes sense that Paul Haggis is set to remake the Spanish prison thriller Cell 211; a lot of what’s wrong with it is what’s wrong with Haggis’ recent The Next Three Days. In this dingy potboiler, just

as in Three Days, the characters act like morons, doing the dumbest things at the right time. The screenplay regularly runs into walls, then cheats to get itself out. The film mixes luridness with failed profundity, but only reaches risible conclusions about the way humans work. As adapter, all Haggis has to do is translate it to English—no one will know the difference. For reasons too embarrassing to relate, fresh-faced newbie prison guard Juan (Alberto Ammann) winds up inside the titular cell right as a riot and hostage situation breaks out. Quickly hiding his shoelaces, belt and wedding ring, he tries to pass himself off as one of the joint’s many angry badasses. Improbably—a word you’d better get used to should you sit through this picture—he’s so convincing an actor that he becomes the righthand man of the riot’s architect, notorious, thick-goateed terrorist Malamadre (Luis Tosar). At first, Juan just tries to survive

long enough to slip out. Unfortunately, he’s at the mercy of shameless screenwriters, who throw in a second riot outside the prison, Juan’s dim, very pregnant wife and a fascist psycho who gets results. Soon, this blank-slate hero, played listlessly by Ammann, has found solidarity with murderers and assorted convicts. There’s one thing that will be different about Haggis’ version: director Daniel Monzón is a lot less squeamish about going full genre. Overdirecting for maximum intensity, he keeps Cell 211 watchable even as the screenplay repeatedly goes off the rails. And he garners a fiery turn from Tosar, who slips in some vulnerability amongst the popped nerves. But this is still the kind of movie insecure enough to have our hero’s wife go into labor on the worst/best day possible. Its maker’s eye clearly on a Hollywood transfer, Cell 211 was made to be remade—specifically, it was made to be remade by Paul Haggis. n

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one bedroom 10XX S. 11TH ST 1 Large Bedroom, kitchen, Bath, LR, yard & Basement. 215-651-0498 14XX PORTER: MODERN 1 BEDROOM HRDWD/fl. $675. No pets. 610-909-9025 15th/Spruce: Beautiful Art Deco High-rise 1Bdrm Apt, Desk Attendant, HW Flrs, Updated Kitch, Onsite Laundry, Intercom Entry, Amazing Location! From $1080/Mo. 215-735-8030. Lic #219789.

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22ND & FITZWATER VIC. 1BDR, 1st Flr., Spacious, Use/Bsmt.&YD. Avail.Imm. 414-331-8034

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22nd & SPRING GARDEN V.Cool apt w/Lg Yard, Laundry. MORE. $875+. PMG 215-545-7007 x303 6600 Doral Street/a 1st floor -one bedroom, enclosed porch, full basement, w/w carpets good condition. Avail November 1. $680 month. 1st and last month rent and 1 month secruity deposit needed. Call Frank 267-879-8373.

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2 B D R M / 1 BT H I N H E A R T OF OLD CITY This great bilevel 2 bdrm is centrally located in the heart of Old City, on Race St between 2nd & 3rd Sts.  With SS kit appl, in apt w/d, ww carp, lots of windows and good closet space, this apt has everything you need.  Available imm. Call today 215-351-9193.  www. oldcityapts.com

ART MUSEUM: 26th & PARRISH LARGE w/DRESSING ROOM, 1.5BA, HRDWD flrs WD bldg. $700+, Hot water incl. 215-236-4937 MANAYUNK/ROXBOROUGH: ALL UTILITIES INCLUDED! LARGE 1BDRM, Patio/Balc, Central Air, Prkg, Laundry, Oversized Closets, Modern Kitchen w/DW/GD, Pool, Gym Membership, Cats Welcome, Shuttle to Main St. 1st Month FREE on Select Apts. From $1035/Mo. 215-482-4246. lic# 215101 RITTENHOUSE SQ. AREA (2013 WALNUT) One bedroom duplex in Old World Charm Brownstone. High ceilings, Carpeted, C/A, Gas heat. W/D, D/W. Small pet friendly. $995/mo+. 215-627-4414 THE GRAND - Cherry Hill. Re n o v a te d 1 B R ’s s t a r t i n g a t $1250/mo in luxury high rise. All utils incld. FREE SHUTTLE TO CC PHILA. Balcony, WD. Clubhouse w/Infinity Pool, Game room and MORE. 24hr Doorman and Fitness room. (856)428-1840 THE WELLINGTON at Rittenhouse Square. Exclusively on the Square. Magnificent Square View. All utils inlcd. Spacious built-in closets, Laundry Fac, AC, DW, GD. Cable h/up. 24hr Doorman. 215-567-7810 WASH WEST: Lombard & 9th- 1 & 2 B D ’s W/ W, C/A , W/ D. $975 $1250. WRPG 215-636-0100 or 215-546-9247

two bedroom 1008 SPRUCE STREET 1br, 1ba, hw/flrs, fireplace, hi-ceilings, laundry $1400 Plumer & Associates215-922-4200 10TH SPRUCE, MODERN, LARGE 2BDRMS, 2FLRS, 2DECKS AC, DW, GD. $1800. 215-872-6956 1 5 X X S O . B R O A D S T- 1 & 2BEDRMS.,TILE BATH, LARGE, MODERN.$850-$900.00/mo.+. Call 610-304-0087.

1 6 T H & BAINBRIDGE Fab 2BR, Newly Ren. 2BA, HW, All Amens. $1495. PMG 215-5457007x302

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house for rent 10TH & REED 5BDR, 1.5/B; 8TH & RITNER, 2BDR, 2/B; 9th & Oregon, 3BDR; good condition, w-to-w carpet. Available Immediately. 215-467-8612 11TH & CHRISTIAN-GREAT LOC AT I O N ! 4 B E D R M S . , 2 F U L L BATHS, C/A, HDWD/FLRS.,DECK, BACKYARD, WASHER/DRYER. Must See! $2500/mo.+. 610304-0087. 1 2 X X S O. 26 T H S T ( 26 t h & Federal) Newly renovated, lg. 3bedrms., G/Heat. $950/mo.+. Call 215-389-7944. 9XX MOUNTAIN ST A MUST SEE!! 2bedrms. All Brand New.,Hwd/flrs./ carpets, granite top. 1.5baths. $1200/mo.+utils. Call 267-2780824. AWARD WINNER-3XX DURFOR ST. RENOV.,2BR.,NEW OAK FLRS.,ALL A P P L S . , A /C . M A N Y E X T R A S . $990. 215-849-4049. BREWERYTOWN, 2BDRMS TOWNH O U S E , W/ W, Pet O K $850+ Tanya 215-922-6088 email tanya@ ans_hrv.com BROOMALL PA.-BEAUTIFUL STONE TUDOR, LG. DRIVEWAY, 2CAR GARAGE,4BEDRMS.,3.5BATH, 2FIREPLACES,HDW FLRS/CARPETS. C/A, ON 2 ACRES. $3,500/ MO.+. 610-304-0087. FRONT ST. AREA brand new, 3bdrms, 2full baths. Gorgeous! $1350/mo. Call 215-292-2176. Manayunk/Roxborough: Spacious Stone Farmhouse, 6 Lrg Bdrms 2.5 Baths, HW Flrs, Fireplace, 2 Porches, Deck, Separate DR, LR, & Den, Modern Kitchen, Laundry, Private Driveway/Parking, 2 Car Garage, Huge Yard. $2900/mo. 888-538-9667 lic# 218436

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floors, Eat-in kit, Basement, W/D, Great outdoor space, Dogs welcome. AVAIL. MID DEC! $1,875. MSRE, 215-925RENT(7368), www.MichaelSingerRealEstate.com SOCIETY HILL 204 S 3RD STREET Lg beautiful Townhouse 3 br, 2ba, 2 decks, parking, fireplace. $2850 Plumer & Associates 215922-4200 WASH WEST $2800 / 3br - Beautiful house on a charming West Wash Street (247 S. Warnock St) Steps from Jefferson and Penn. Hospital. Beautiful three bedroom home on a charming Wash West street. Large tumbled-marble bathroom with seamless shower door and separate whirlpool tub. Small private outdoor seating area/ patio. Modern appliances included. Central air and gas heating and cooking. Home Alarm available with account setup and activation. All well maintained, including hardwood floors throughout. Full basement for storage. Washer, Dryer, Stainless Steel Refrigerator, Dishwasher and Microwave. A must see to appreciate. Call 215 880 3649

room for rent 124 LOMBARD, HEAD HOUSE SQUARE, SOCIETY HILL. “TOKIO B& B” ST U D I OS. ( $55 - $ 1 0 0 ) DA I LY ra t e s . ( $ 3 0 0 - $ 5 0 0 ) WEEKLY rates. We also have MONTHLY rates AVAIL. Website http://sushi.madamesaito. com Call MADAME SAITO 215922-2515 13TH & SPRUCE- Parker Hotel CC. Fully Furn’d Rms, no sec. deposit. Utils & housekeeping incld. WK: $165-$203; Day: $50$66. 215-735-2300.

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artists studio space THE PAPERMILL- Community of Artist. 2825 Ormes St. Affordable Artist Studios staring at $100 for 130 sf. Four large floors of open or private studio space for Painters, Sculptors, Dance, Theatre, or Creative companies. A community of artist practicing their talents in custom sized studio workspaces. Short term, inexpensive rental of theatre and gallery spaces. Join our group on Facebaook for updates on our events and gallery spaces. Contact Wulfhart Management Group: Karyn 215-687-8391 or karyn@wulfhartmanagementgroup.com

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HomExpert Market Watch October 2010 Center City · Philadelphia County

Center City Housing Prices Heat Up

Median Sales Price Jumps 16.7% in Spite of Slowing Sales P H I L A D E L P H I A W E E K LY

Philadelphia % Change in Median Sales Price Oct ’09 vs Oct ‘10

While Philadelphia home sales remained sluggish last month, home values continued to surge in areas like Southwest, North & Center City. Center City median sales prices jumped 16.7%, with prices in zip code 19102, Washington Square and Old City showing a drastic increase compared to October ’09. Fairmount posted the highest number of homes sold in Center City at 17, followed by Rittenhouse Square (14) and Washington Square (6).

Center City Homes Sold October 2010 ..........................47 October 2009 ..........................99

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Average Days on Market October 2010........................101 October 2009........................110 Median Sales Price October 2010.............$371,000 October 2009.............$318,000

-6.5%

NORTHWEST

Philadelphia County -52.5%

-8.2%

+16.7

%

Homes Sold October 2010........................780 October 2009 ....................1,230

NORTHEAST

+6.7%

-36.6% +24.7%

Average Days on Market October 2010 ..........................72 October 2009 ..........................75

-4.0%

Median Sales Price October 2010.............$130,500 October 2009.............$140,000

-6.8%

-26.6% WEST

NORTH

0.0%

RIVERWARDS

+16.7% CENTER CITY

-8.5% SOUTH

+31.0% SOUTHWEST

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Sales associates honored include (left to right) Robyn Dion, Jill Morrone and Mikhal Mary*, Rittenhouse Hotel; Nancy Houston, Art Museum and Joan Docktor, Executive Vice President of Sales. Honored but not pictured were Mike McCann* and Brian Stetler, Society Hill and Mary Genovese Colvin and Linda Genzano*, 1800 Rittenhouse. *Honored for their outstanding contribution to the Trident Group.

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Ellen Steiner Jody Dimitruk Johanna Loke Rittenhouse Hotel Listings

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ART MUSEUM

Total Square Footage

Price

Minimum Income Monthly Cost Monthly Tax Total Incld. Mtg, Condo Savings in a 31% for 10% Down Cash Fee & Taxes Tax Bracket Required Financing

Monthly After Tax Cost

tHe PHilaDelPHian tHe PHilaDelPHian tHe PHilaDelPHian tHe PHilaDelPHian tHe PHilaDelPHian

4,049 sf of completely customizable space that can be designed to the buyer’s desire 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, unobstructed city skyline views, wood floors, large balcony, 2017 sf 1 bedroom, 1 bath, brand new kitchen and bath, wood floors, Art Museum view 2,205 sf of completely customizable space that can be designed to the buyer’s desire Renovated studio, wood floors throughout, open kitchen, large balcony with city skyline view

4,049 2,017 1000 2,205 567

$599,900* $579,900* $289,900 $275,000 $175,000

$153,493 $149,496 $43,267 $40,731 $26,306

$5,038 $3,760 $1,939 $1,733 $1,152

Location

AVENUE OF THE ARTS

Total Square Footage

Price

Minimum Income Monthly Cost Monthly Tax Total Incld. Mtg, Condo Savings in a 31% for 10% Down Cash Fee & Taxes Tax Bracket Required Financing

Monthly After Tax Cost

tHe granDe acaDeMy House acaDeMy House center city one acaDeMy House acaDeMy House center city one

Bi-level penthouse, 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, wood floors, large high-end kitchen 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, renovated kitchen and master bath, large balcony One bedroom, one bath, upgraded kitchen and bath, Juliet balcony, W/D 1 bedroom, 1 bath, high floor, balcony with panoramic views of the city to the south, excellent closet space, W/D 1 bedroom, 1 bath, panoramic southern views, Juliet balcony, renovated bath and kitchen 1 bedroom, 1 bath, high floor, wood floors throughout, updated kitchen and bath 1 bedroom, 1 bath, spacious balcony, magnificent city views to the south, abundant natural light

1,437 1,111 705 897 705 861 873

$475,000 $375,000 $289,000 $259,900 $259,900 $245,000 $240,000

$65,578 $56,157 $42,702 $41,412 $39,043 $37,511 $36,972

$2,824 $2,473 $1,772 $1,720 $1,661 $1,710 $1,563

Location

RITTENHOUSE SQUARE

Total Square Footage

Price

Minimum Income Monthly Cost Monthly Tax Total Incld. Mtg, Condo Savings in a 31% for 10% Down Cash Fee & Taxes Tax Bracket Required Financing

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Penthouse, 2 bedrooms, 2 full baths, 2 half baths, high end finishes and appointments throughout, balcony with city views 3bedroom+den, 3.5 baths, marble foyer, formal dining rm, sunny eat-in kitchen, 10’ ceilings, moldings, oak herring bone floors, 3 gas fireplaces 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, brand new, very high ceilings, his and hers master baths, custom kitchen, exquisite detail throughout. Tri-level penthouse with 1600 sq ft of terrace space, being sold unfinished, private elevator access 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, 270 degree views including Rittenhouse Square, chefs kitchen, upgraded throughout 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, herringbone wood floors, EIK, crown molding and other custom finishes throughout, Rittenhouse Square views 2 bedrooms plus den, 2 baths, den/study, high ceilings, oversized windows overlooking Rittenhouse Square, upgraded custom kitchen, sun soaked master suite 2 bedrooms plus den, 2.5 baths, large balcony over Rittenhouse Square, open kitchen, hardwood floors, marble baths 3 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, upgraded kitchen, original hardwood floors and molding, lots of light 3 bedrooms, 3.5 baths, hardwood floors, 270 desgree views, open kichen, marble baths, custom closets, W/D 3BR, 3BA, Bamboo flrs., spac. Kit w/custom wood cabinetry, granite countertops, marble baths, 3 exposures, gym and hotel services 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, completely renovated with high end finishes, views of Rittenhouse Square from every room 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, terrace on pool club deck, open custom kitchen, marble baths, wood floors 2 bedrooms + den, 3 baths,gourmet kitchen, marble baths, walk-in-closets, hardwood floors 2bedrooms, 1.5baths, windows overlooking Rittenhouse Square, old world charm, spacious kitchen, formal dining room 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, southern exposure from every room, marble baths, open chefs kitchen, maple hardwood floors 1 bedroom, 1.5 baths, eat in kitchem, beautiful sunset views, master suite with large marble bath Two bedrooms, two baths, hardwood floors, old world charm with modern features Two bedrooms, two baths, hardwood floors, building offers 24 hour doorman and gym, located on Rittenhouse Square 2 bedrooms, 1 bath, hardwood floors, marble bath, rooftop pool club and skyline view One bedroom, one bath, hardwood floors, marble bath, custom kitchen Studio, city views, large marble bath, hardwood floors, excellent natural light 1 bedroom, 1 bath, wood floors throughout, renovated kitchen and bathroom, bay windows with city views Studio, high floor with city views, walk in closest, wood floors, marble bath Studio, high floor, view of Rittenhouse Square, wood floors excellent closet space

3,952 3,293 3,467 3,413 3,200 2,638 2,221 1,552 2,275 2,000 1,978 1,560 1,272 1,614 1,380 1,296 1,037 1,050 1,075 806 712 583 704 423 583

$3,500,000* $834,620 $2,900,000* $666,258 $2,750,000* $636,038 $2,500,000* $579,879 $1,975,000* $475,252 $2,195,000* $511,632 $1,395,000* $349,934 $1,075,000* $306,402 $1,295,500* $309,704 $1,290,000* $174,122 $1,350,000* $181,323 $995,000* $242,439 $839,000* $201,948 $829,000* $115,051 $725,000* $145,000 $625,000* $149,666 $599,000* $147,283 $595,000* $143,766 $550,000* $133,706 $497,500 $119,226 $399,900 $53,426 $379,900 $55,358 $319,000 $46,421 $229,900 $32,772 $215,000 $33,082

Location

SOCIETY HILL

Total Square Footage

Price

101 walnut st bank builDing society Hill towers society Hill towers society Hill towers society Hill towers society Hill towers bank builDing

Entire Floor Residence, 2 bedrooms, 2.5 baths, custom open kitchen, designer baths, panoramic river and city views 2 bedrooms plus den, 2.5 baths, hardwood floors, high-end open kitchen, designer bathrooms Two bedrooms, one bath, parquet wood floors, washer/dryer, unobstructed river views, floor-to-ceiling windows Corner 1 bedroom, northwest view, wood floors in living room, updated kitchen One bedroom, one bath, river views, custom kitchen and bath One bedroom, high floor, river view, investment opportunity 1BR, 1BA, magnificent river views, high floor, wood floors throughout Raw space that can be customized to the buyers desires, hotel services and amenities available

2423 2,117 1,133 775 700 700 700 1,286

$1,200,000* $281,398 $799,000* $207,313 $399,000 $58,788 $329,900 $47,977 $297,500 $43,513 $290,000 $42,577 $275,000 $40,731 $269,000 $41,367

Location

WASHINGTON SQUARE

Total Square Footage

Price

inDePenDence Place inDePenDence Place inDePenDence Place inDePenDence Place inDePenDence Place HoPkinson House HoPkinson House inDePenDence Place inDePenDence Place

3 bedrooms, 3 baths, east facing river and city views, modern kitchem, hardwood floors, balcony, laundry room 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, open chefs kitchen, upgraded bathrooms, hardwood floors, balcony 2 bedrooms, 2 baths, hardwood floors, upgraded kitchen and baths, granite wet bar 1 bedroom, 2 baths, plus den, completely renovated with custom kitchen and designer baths, balcony, hardwood floors 1 bedroom, 1.5 baths, alcove, Washington Square views, completely upgraded throughout 2 bedrooms, 1.5 baths, wood floors, balcony, southern exposure Deluxe 1 bedroom, 1 bath, balcomy with views of Washington Square and the river, renovated kitchen and bath 1 bedroom, 1 bath, balcony, laundry room, excellent condition 1 bedroom, 1 bath, balcony, excellent value

3,015 1,977 1,977 1,173 1,118 1,200 1,063 928 928

$1,250,000* $250,000 $975,000* $234,783 $769,000* $187,954 $579,000* $139,761 $499,900 $71,144 $349,900 $56,515 $350,000 $53,908 $299,900 $44,212 $290,000 $42,132

WATERFRONT

Total Square Footage

Price

Total Cash Required

1 bedroom, 1 bath, wood floors, balcony, high end finishes in kitchen and bath

924

$219,000

$42,318

$143,483 $122,944 $88,613 $86,520 $82,852 $84,440 $78,608

$3,348 $2,869 $2,068 $2,019 $1,933 $1,970 $1,834

$889,056 $619,296 $607,268 $557,842 $522,588 $501,005 $362,728 $304,997 $318,887 $373,141 $371,644 $273,743 $206,151 $246,527 $217,432 $158,380 $170,623 $153,060 $146,037 $116,911 $106,710 $114,993 $91,365 $62,166 $66,762

$20,745 $14,450 $14,170 $13,016 $12,194 $11,690 $8,464 $7,117 $7,440 $8,707 $8,672 $6,387 $4,810 $5,752 $5,073 $3,696 $3,981 $3,571 $3,408 $2,728 $2,490 $2,683 $2,132 $1,451 $1,558

$646 $698 $309 $291 $190

$572 $396 $296 $299 $272 $260 $271

$3,725 $2,632 $2,605 $2,351 $2,124 $2,094 $1,511 $1,320 $1,321 $1,757 $1,795 $1,090 $855 $992 $2,938 $631 $659 $619 $580 $447 $486 $401 $352 $226 $4248

Minimum Income Monthly Cost Monthly Tax Total Incld. Mtg, Condo Savings in a 31% for 10% Down Cash Fee & Taxes Tax Bracket Required Financing

$298,478 $217,014 $128,086 $98,340 $90,659 $89,976 $86,724 $95,821

$6,694 $5,064 $2,989 $2,295 $2,115 $2,099 $2,024 $2,236

$1,124 $844 $427 $344 $309 $302 $291 $303

Minimum Income Monthly Cost Monthly Tax Total Incld. Mtg, Condo Savings in a 31% for 10% Down Cash Fee & Taxes Tax Bracket Required Financing

$319,246 $235,988 $198,717 $140,111 $135,733 $122,407 $115,998 $87,809 $83,461

$7,449 $5,506 $4,637 $3,269 $3,167 $2,856 $2,707 $2,049 $1,947

Minimum Income for 10% Down Financing

$90,810

Monthly Cost Incld. Mtg, Condo Fee & Taxes

$2,119

Monthly After Tax Cost

$17,020 $11,818 $11,565 $10,665 $10,070 $9,597 $6,953 $5,796 $6,119 $6,949 $6,877 $5,298 $3,956 $4,761 $4,251 $3,064 $3,323 $2,953 $2,827 $2,281 $2,003 $2,282 $1,780 $1,225 $1,310 Monthly After Tax Cost

$5,841 $4,291 $2,562 $1,951 $1,806 $1,798 $1,733 $1,933 Monthly After Tax Cost

$1,403 $1,053 $868 $613 $524 $417 $410 $327 $302

$6,046 $4,453 $3,769 $2,656 $2,643 $2,439 $2,297 $1,722 $1,645

Monthly Tax Savings in a 31% Tax Bracket

Monthly After Tax Cost

$315

$1,804

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November 24-30, 2010

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$5,684 $4,457 $2,248 $2,024 $1,341

P H I L A D E L P H I A W E E K LY

Location

$243,586 $191,032 $96,341 $86,724 $57,483

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Philadelphai Weekly 11-24-10  

Philadelphia Weekly 11-24-10

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