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No derailing the issue To the Editor: As chair of the Committee on Transportation and Public Utilities, I felt the need to address this recent incident (Seven cars on a CSX freight train derailed Jan. 20 in the area of the South Street Bridge). Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;ve had concerns about the state of our bridges and other vital infrastructure for a while now. I have contacted CSX numerous times with the concerns and complaints that have been brought to my attention by people of the 2nd Councilmanic District and others. At this moment, we do not know what caused the derailment; however investigations will happen, and we will get down to the bottom of what led to this near catastrophe. No matter what the immediate cause of this incident, we know we have a number of bridges that are in need of serious renovation and repair. Iâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;m thankful that no injuries

have been reported in this event and that, as we believe, nothing was spilled. However we cannot disregard this just because the worst didnâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;t happen. This could have been a major incident, and with all the news about the dangers of chemical spills and what is occurring in West Virginia, we should take this as a wake up call to ensure that our bridges and rail lines are properly maintained and safe. Kenyatta Johnson 2nd District Councilman

Editorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s Note: Since issuing his statement last week, it has been reported that a large piece of the 25th Street Bridge has fallen.

Handful of feedback To the Editor: Helen Gym and Parents United for Public Education certainly have their hands full dealing with all the

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attempts by state leaders to deconstruct public schools, as well as with an often unsympathetic media (â&#x20AC;&#x153;Time to speak up,â&#x20AC;? Jan. 23). Helen is absolutely right to be skeptical of the appointment of Bill Green as the new head of the School Reform Commission. He shares the governorâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s favorite goal of privatizing our schools. She is also on point when she says we need to bring back local control of our schools after a dozen years of failed state management. Enough of that. And why would Tom Cardella come to the conclusion that Helen and other parents want to close off â&#x20AC;&#x153;escape routesâ&#x20AC;? from public schools (â&#x20AC;&#x153;January jam,â&#x20AC;? Feb. 23) just because they oppose a questionable gimmick to funnel children through â&#x20AC;&#x153;universal enrollmentâ&#x20AC;? into pre-determined placements? They should question any attempt to blend public, private and religious education at the expense of the public and in violation of our state law. Gloria C. Endres South Philadelphia Comment on these letters or topics at southphillyreview.com/opinion/letters.

â&#x20AC;&#x153;My favorite part of Super Bowl Sunday is watching the game, but I also enjoy the half-time show and the commercials.â&#x20AC;? Ronny Aroshas, Third and South streets

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â&#x20AC;&#x153;I have no idea what Mr. Cardella is saying in this garbled interpretation of me and other public school parentsâ&#x20AC;&#x2122; concerns (â&#x20AC;&#x153;January jam,â&#x20AC;? Jan. 23) ... These concerns are hardly mine alone. Mr. Cardella neglected to attend a public meeting at the district on these issues in which more than 200 people raised concerns about data privacy, church/state separation, vouchers and other issues if the District were to turn over control of student placement to a private third party and regulate attendance in all district, charter and Catholic schools. Itâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s hardly the dumbed down set of issues presented above and serious readers I hope will get educated on them rather than dismiss them without thinking.â&#x20AC;? Helen Gym via southphillyreview.com

â&#x20AC;&#x153;Regarding Helen Gymâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s comments, my comment did not cover nor was it meant to cover the entire range of school issues, many of which I likely would agree with her [on]. Rather I was commenting upon the reports in the news media that she objected to the simplification of the process called â&#x20AC;&#x153;open enrollmentâ&#x20AC;? whereby multiple forms were eliminated to make the process easier for parents to transfer their kids to alternative systems. She was quoted as saying that she thought that open enrollment was just another way to â&#x20AC;&#x153;chaseâ&#x20AC;? kids out of the public school system. If she was misquoted in those reports then she should just say so.â&#x20AC;? Tom Cardella via southphillyreview.com

â&#x20AC;&#x153;I think it has gotten too out of hand and too hyped. By the time Super Bowl Sunday gets here, I just want the game to be over.â&#x20AC;? John Cabulis, Third and South streets

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NO BUSINESS LIKE SNOW BUSINESS: The skies have not been skimpy with their output in the last week, with this snowman on the 2000 block of South Ninth Street proving their generosity and a residentâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s creativity. The East Passyunk Crossing-situated fellow, though, has not gained complete acceptance, as the yellow traces reveal at least one confrontation with an unimpressed pet. SPR

â&#x20AC;&#x153;I agree with Tom that the first paragraph and title of the column specifically criticized being against simplifying the process of transferring; whether or not the author attended a public school meeting really has nothing to do with what was written. I applaud Helen Gymâ&#x20AC;&#x2122;s efforts to make public schools better specifically her holding the District accountable for the violence against Asian students at Southern and I doubt our columnist would be critical of that. When I grew up in the 1980s, going to public school was never an option and I applaud anyone trying to correct that but there are students who are being held back because of the conditions of the public schools and any opportunity to get out and into a better school, public or not, needs to be as easy as possible for the good of the individual student, not the perceived good of the public schools system.â&#x20AC;? Kevin Metz via southphillyreview.com


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A stunning occasion Police arrested a Point Breeze man for allegedly using a stun gun over a parking space issue. ■ By Joseph Myers Review Managing Editor

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ust past midnight Tuesday, police responded to a call on the 2000 block of Manton Street where they met with a man who said he had engaged in an argument with another male, Detective Danielle Tolliver of South Detective Division said. The complainant stated he had bickered with the individual over the latter’s removal of an orange traffic cone the former had situated to save his parking spot. The second figure allegedly produced a stun gun and used it on the first male, who after falling to ground headed to the rear of his home, Tolliver said. Spotting a patrol car’s flashing lights, he notified authorities of the incident and pointed out the defendant, whose supposed weapon they retrieved. The victim sustained injuries to his knees and wrists from the gun. Authorities charged Malcolm Greer, 47, of the 1200 block of South 21st Street with possession of an instrument of crime, simple and aggravated assault and recklessly endangering another person. He awaits a Feb. 11 preliminary hearing.

Reckless robber A woman walking through South of South Sunday morning ended up losing her possessions. Traveling along the 1800 block of Carpenter Street at 2:10 a.m., the complainant received a punch to the face from an unknown man who had approached her from behind, Detective Danielle Tolliver of South Detective Division said. He grabbed her purse, which contained an iPhone, $20, keys and identification, and fled the scene, with the victim last catching him running on the 1000 block of South Cleveland Street. She described him as black, in his 30s and 5-foot-7 to 5-foot-10; wearing dark clothing with a hood; and having a dark complexion and long hair, possibly dreadlocks. To report information, call South Detectives at 215-685-1635, text PPDTIP (773847) or visit phillypolice.com/forms.

Walking along the 2000 block of McKean Street at 12:32 a.m., he heard a person from behind for a light for his cigarette, Detective Danielle Tolliver of South Detective Division said. The requester and an ally approached him, with one grabbing him by his arm and turning him around to face them. While one man placed a black automatic handgun against his head, the other removed $11, identification and a Google cell phone from his pockets, Tolliver said, with the two fleeing on foot heading southbound along 20th Street. The victim described them as black, in their late 20s, approximately 6 foot, having goatees and wearing all dark clothing. To report information, call South Detectives at 215-685-1635, text PPDTIP (773847) or visit phillypolice.com/forms.

Restaurant vandalized A Bella Vista establishment suffered exterior and interior damage last week. Police reported to Supper, 926 South St., Jan. 23 in response to a burglary call and learned from the complainant that between 10:30 a.m. Jan. 22 and 9:30 a.m. the next day, someone had used a rock to smash the site’s front glass door, Detective Danielle Tolliver of South Detective Division said. The location also had a smashed cash register, which had $200 removed from it. To report information, call South Detectives at 215-685-1635, text PPDTIP (773847) or visit phillypolice.com/forms.

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A popular Pennsport shopping destination dealt with a bomb threat last week. Just before 7 p.m. Jan. 22, a manager at Walmart, 1675 S. Columbus Blvd., reported that an unknown male with a Middle Eastern accent called the location and stated “I placed a bomb in the store, and I want a $500 MoneyGram, or I will explode the bomb,” Detective Danielle Tolliver of South Detective Division said. A K-9 unit arrived shortly afterward and could not detect any device. To report information, call South Detectives at 215-685-1635, text PPDTIP (773847) or visit phillypolice.com/forms. SPR

A cigarette-light-seeking individual and an accomplice attacked a man in West Passyunk Tuesday morning.

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Ligambi released The reputed mobster returned home Tuesday following a motion to drop multiple charges. ■ By Joseph Myers Review Managing Editor

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aving resided in the Federal Detention Center since May 2011, 74-year-old Joseph “Uncle Joe” Ligambi made his way back to his Packer Park abode after two juries could not convict him in a sprawling racketeering matter. In the case of the United States of America versus Joseph Ligambi, the prosecution asked Monday for the dismissal of charges against the individual, with U.S. District Judge Eduardo Robreno signing a release order Tuesday. Ligambi walked after two trials could not prove gambling, loan-sharking, obstruction of justice, racketeering conspiracy or theft of medical benefits claims against him, with George “Georgie Boy” Borgesi, his 50-year-old nephew and co-defendant, earning his release Friday on racketeering conspiracy charges. The former individual also served time for the 1985 murder of Frank “Frankie Flowers” D’Alfonso and returned to South Philly in ’97 when the court overturned that conviction.

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the verdict. “We’ve had to be patient, which is the best we can do. We miss him so much.”

Brought to justice For repeatedly beating and starving their 6-year-old son Khalil Whimes, actions that led to his March 19, ’12 death, Point Breeze dwellers Tina Cuffie and Floyd Wimes will serve as many as 60 years in a sentencing issued Nov. 26. Tina Cuffie Common Pleas Court Judge Barbara McDermott punished the two for their three-year cycle of abuse against the boy in their home on the 1800 block of South 22nd Street. Their fall sentencing stems from Floyd Wimes their late summer conviction on third-degree murder charges and gives some sad sense of relief to his foster mother, Alicia James, and foster grandmother, La Reine Nixon, whom child welfare officials ordered to return Khalil to his parents in 2009 though Cuffie, 45, and Wimes, 50, had a history of having their other offspring removed due to neglect, according to court records. September testimony showed the two regularly withheld food from Khalil, who weighed only 29 pounds at the time of his death, subjected him to beatings with belts and cords and failed to have a doctor examine him for more than a year. The evidence also revealed Cuffie, who, along with her partner, will serve at least 30 years behind bars, had him run laps through their apartment the day before he perished as a punishment for his having vomited. Following a morning bath March 19, he suffered a punch to his head from his mother, leading to his transport to The Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia, where he died that evening. SPR All Review police-, court- and re-related items are collected from or veried by ofcial sources. Items are roughly prioritized by urgency or news value. If you have already reported an incident or missing person to police and would like to inform us, contact Managing editor Joseph Myers at jmyers@southphillyreview.com or ext. 124

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Thirty-nine months after helping Dawud Abdul-Hakim and an unidentified figure to escape the 200 block of Jackson Street following the latter’s shooting of 20-year-old Anthony DeMarco Jr., Kevin Williams received a 35- to 70-year state prison term akin to Assistant District Attorney Jacqueline Juliano Coelho’s request Jan. 16. His sentence stems from his November conviction for conspiracy, robbery and third-degree murder, The 23-year-old, in custody since Nov. 12, ’10, operated a getaway ride for Abdul-Hakim and the at-large gun wielder on the Whitman block Oct. 20, ’10. They had encountered DeMarco Jr., of the 300 block of Ritner Street, at 11:29 p.m., with the unknown man firing his weapon into the young Whitman resident’s stomach and back. The victim, who had received his driver’s license earlier that day, died early the next morning at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital. Abdul-Hakim, 22, grappled with DeMarco and lobbed the fatality-inducing firearm to the mystery shooter. In custody since May 8, ’11, he is serving a life sentence without the possibility of parole on a second-degree murder charge and related offenses. “It’s been rough without him,” Anthony DeMarco Sr., who has another son, Domenic, with wife Maryann said of coping with his loss and deriving strength from

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those probably have more tolerance for the downsides with the city – they went in with their eyes open,” Eichel noted of the diversity within the Millennial set. In the poll, 22 percent of Millennials cite “Crime/safety/drugs” as the main reason they would leave, but the largest two categories are jobs and kids: 38 percent say “Job/career” and 29 percent say “Schools/child upbringing.” As Eichel notes, however, crime and schools may be a factor for flight. But there

see the suburbs as boring and vanilla.” One such resident is Mindy Isser, 23, a resident of the 1600 block of South 19th Street and non-profit professional, bought her house in Point Breeze with the help of the City’s Neighborhood Stabilization Program (NSP). The Elkins Park-raised Temple alum’s not going anywhere. “I never want to leave. I know that my future children will benefit from living in a neighborhood like Point Breeze, and from everything the city as a whole has to offer,” she elaborated. “I believe in the strength of public school. There are huge problems facing the school district right now, but putting kids in private school won’t save our schools – fighting for them will.” Minton said that Millennials must prioritize in the process of home-buying and that sometimes family-building factors in, but that’s usually for the latter end of the young adult age bracket. “Price, space and school district are always the biggest consideration for anyone buying a house, but I think even more so when someone is considering living in the city,” Minton said. “The good news for potential buyers is that some of the hottest neighborhoods can be affordable.” Jestis Deuerlein, a 34-year-old entrepreneur who specializes in carpentry and finishing, rents on the 1600 block of Reed Street, Chart Provided by where she lives with her husband, P e w C h a r i ta b l e Tr u s t s Eliott Waters, and 7-month-old daughter, Josey. She’s reaching a point where she’s entertaininflux of popular shops and restaurants, ing ideas of public, private, charter, home makes the area very desirable.” or group-schooling for her daughter, but is Not many Philadelphians would take it as pretty sure her family will seek space and a shock that few potential buyers are invest- woods for their girl’s upbringing. ing in real estate because of the flourishing “I think if we stayed, we’d definitely look public school system. But some Millenni- into our neighborhood school and if that was als are so committed to staying in an urban a good environment, that’s where we’d send setting that schools won’t deter their deter- our kid,” she said. “School, ideally, is a great environment that helps foster a kid’s creativmination. “There is some evidence and some ex- ity and inspires them for life. Josey can go to perts think that Millennials have a very any school, bad, good, and turn out basically strong affinity for city life, and in some intellectually the same because she’ll have a ways, it’s going to take more to get them to rich home life, and most of what you learn leave, more so than previous generations,” comes from home.” SPR Eichel said. “They really believe in urban Contact Staff Writer Bill Chenevert at bchenevlife; the diversity of people and experiences ert@southphillyreview.com or ext. 117. Comment is a big plus. They don’t want to leave, they at southphillyreview.com/news/features. neighborhoods.” While San Francisco’s Bernal Heights North Slope topped the nation list, two South Philadelphia neighborhoods made Philadelphia’s top five. Wayne topped the list, but East Passyunk Crossing landed at the No. 3 spot and Newbold at No. 4. So what makes them “hot”? Blakely Minton, a Redfin agent who covers the Philadelphia area, shared her insights. “East Passyunk and Newbold residents are very active in their community,” she said. “This, paired with a fairly recent

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continued from page 1 you’re not,” Campione explained. “The same way you’d do the work to shovel the sidewalk and say that you’re the only one who’s going to use the sidewalk. The same principle applies – that does not give them the privilege to reserve that spot.” With more snow and more clean-up necessary to make way for parking spots in neighborhoods with already difficult parking options, the conflicts escalate in the winter months. What seems particularly tricky about this age-old South Philadelphia tradition is that it’s hard to catch someone in the act,, something the police are very rarely able to It is do. And some parkers are even loath oath considered illegal to to get out of their car and simply y claim a public space for move parking spot holders because private use like on this East they’re afraid of what maniacal Passyunk Crossing street, parking territorialism will do to but enforcement is a tricky their cars. has no enha and taboo subject. Geoff Kees Thompson, a resiforcement fo dent of the 2200 block of Kimball Staff Photo by jurisdiction juri th Street and board member of the South Kathryn Poole on the issue.” ation of South Neighborhood Association Philadelphia The Ph (SOSNA), 1901 Christian St., boiledd it down Department was also Streets Departmen to a pretty simple premise. “People think of parking in front of their unwilling to take any stance on the issue. “This is a police matter,” June Cantor, the house as their right,” the Center City IT firm manager expanded. “They are using Streets Department’s Public Relations Spepublic property for the storage of a private cialist, responded to an e-mail requesting comment. “The #NoSavesies hashtag reppiece of property.” Whether a block is zoned for permit or resents the Police Department, not Streets.” To be sure, the Streets Department non-permit parking, there are still going to be car owners who let their vehicles sit doesn’t enforce parking but oversees the through the snowy winter without moving City’s network of roadways. From its webtheir vehicles. Even worse, for neighborhoods like Thompson’s Graduate Hospital/South of South combination, they are zoned for the same zone as Rittenhouse, resulting in commuters from New Jersey ■ Charles Santore Branch: Onesnatching cleaned-out spaces while neighon-One Computer Tutoring for Seniors borhood residents run errands. Jan. 30 and Feb. 4 and 5 by appointment; Of course, for non-car owners, the issue’s all a little laughable; watching your Beginner English as a Second Language neighbors bicker over parking when you’re Class 12:30 p.m. Jan. 30 and Feb. 4; Inperfectly content to commute and execute termediate English as a Second Language errands sans-vehicle. Class 12:30 p.m. Jan. 31 and Feb. 5; “You get your groceries delivered, you English as a Second Language Let’s Talk live 10 blocks from work and you live five Conversation Group 1 p.m. Feb. 3; Baby blocks from your child’s school,” ThompStorytime 10:15 a.m. and Toddler Storyson hypothesized. “And if you need a car time 11 a.m. Feb. 4. 932 S. Seventh St. you’ll get a ZipCar or Philly Car Share.” 215-686-1766. ■ Fumo Family Branch: Civics IT’S NO BIG surprise, however, that politiCourse 2 to 5 p.m. Jan. 30 and Feb. 4; cians, city offices and departments are unwilling to sound off on the issue. Thursday Morning Storytimes 10 a.m. The Philadelphia Parking Authority Jan. 30; Saturday Sleepytime Stories 10 (PPA) was quick to claim no involvement a.m. and LEGO Club 2-3:30 p.m. Feb. on the matter of saving parking spots. 1; Storytime and Music for Toddlers 10 “The PPA has no involvement with the a.m. and Stories and Crafts 1:30 p.m. issue of ‘savies,’” Martin O’ Rourke, the Feb. 4; Wednesday Afternoon Storytime agency’s spokesman, replied. “Any quesBreak 2 p.m. Feb. 5. 2437 S. Broad St. tions regarding ‘savies’ should be answered 215-685-1758. by the city or police department. The PPA

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ing chair it is? I guess you could seize the chairs, since anything left in the street is technically litter. But that’s not anybody’s priority during a snowstorm.” Some Philadelphians say it’s a generational thing. “Renters probably won’t have cars,” Thompson explained, getting to the idea that it’s long-term residents, homeowners and block stakeholders who are often holders of the #ProSavesies philosophy. He detailed what is a pervasive mentality: “I’ve lived here 15 years, I deserve my car, I need to have my car to run errands, but I may not even use it on a daily basis.” Parking, plainly put, is a “hot potato” issue, and, it seems, very few people are willing to take the lead on any kind of largescale innovations or improvements. But it’s often the older generation who at least has the wherewithal to make its voice heard. “There’s no secret to their power: they call politicians and tell them what they want them to do, and new Philadelphians and younger residents don’t,” Geeting said. Shortly before press, a police report came through of a scuffle on the 2000 block of Manton Street over the moving of an orange traffic cone that was holding a parking spot (see page 6). The defendant allegedly used a stun gun on the victim after an argument, and now faces multiple charges, including aggravated assault. “People do call 911 and complain,” . Campione said. “There’s actually a ticket that can be written to the person doing it – but it’s difficult to enforce if it’s observed. We don’t get a lot of calls, but on a snow day they’ll get five or six calls.” SPR Contact Staff Writer Bill Chenevert at bchenevert@southphillyreview.com or ext. 117. Comment at southphillyreview.com/news/features.


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Photo 1: The boys’ varsity basketball team from St. Monica Senior School, 16th and Porter streets, claimed victory over the squad from Our Lady of Hope Regional Catholic School Monday at the Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad St. The postseason starts next week for the parochial sites. Photo 2: Concerned residents joined 2nd District Councilman Kenyatta Johnson at Vare Recreation Center, 2600 Morris St., Jan. 14 for a cease-re call for action based on recent hostility in Grays Ferry and Point Breeze. Photo 3: Youths involved with 1 Don’t Shoot... I Want a Future and the New Prospects Basketball Camp ventured to the Wells Fargo Center Friday to take in the Philadelphia 76ers’ game against the Toronto Raptors and to play during halftime. Photo 4: Sunday’s Flyers Wives Carnival delighted participants of all ages and raised funds for Comcast-Spectacor Charities. Photo 5: Jan. 20’s Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service found residents cleaning up sections of Grays Ferry. Photo 6: Snow could not deter attendees of Saturday’s Pea Soup and Punsch Supper at 3 the American Swedish Historical Museum, 1900 Pattison Ave. SPR

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Strife is beautiful An East Passyunk Crossing actress is accentuating acceptance as a gay teen’s matriarch. ■ By Joseph Myers Review Managing Editor

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ith building empathy and sympathy as the initial and ultimately integral task for an actress to address, Melanie Julian consummately plots to make connections with audiences no matter the complexity or simplicity of a role. As Sandra in Mauckingbird Theater Co.’s presentation of “Beautiful Thing,” the 41-year-old blends harrowing hardship and pleas for ease in mothering an adolescent beginning to comprehend his sexuality. “The story is told so sweetly and without judgment,” the East Passyunk Crossing dweller said of the Adrienne Theatre-situated tale. “It’s a great piece for encouraging acceptance and as a coming-out work, it offers a reminder of the importance of not being ashamed of one’s attractions or feelings.” In promoting those sentiments, Julian is portraying a woman she deems “super fun,” “tough,” “very sexual” and “sure of herself.” As a single mother in a downtrodden section of South East London, Sandra loses layers of her weary nature through her son Jamie, whose kiss with friend Ste proves pivotal in pushing the play’s emphasis on discovery and camaraderie.

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LIFESTYLES As she feels many contemporary creations lack those elements, along with explorations of love and family, Julian appreciates the opportunity to execute the gentleness apparent in “Beautiful Thing.” “It’s a gorgeous script, and I love performing it to support Mauckingbird and its mission of inclusion,” she said of the company for whom she played Hippolyta in 2010’s “A Midsummer Night’s Dream.” “It really strives to help people to understand they have to battle regardless of their circumstances, especially at times where they feel nobody is going to support them.” An overt component of the 1993 brainchild by English playwright Jonathan Harvey, homosexuality takes on numerous companions as themes, with questions of self-worth, estimation of dreams’ validity and notions of acquiring lasting happiness also affording viewers occasions to see the characters as theatrical depictions of themselves. Julian finds the capacity for channeling those links particularly compelling, as they reveal her infatuation with letting patrons see into her soul, itself an evercovetous seeker of serenity. “I think we long for close bonds, and I’m fortunate to have two careers where

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I can reinforce that belief,” the sixth-year assistant professor at Temple University said of meshing her acting, theater and voice coaching endeavors to garner more lessons on life’s laborious and rewarding pursuits. “The play undoubtedly is great for teenagers and young adults, but it’s really for anyone with an interest in great storytelling and wondering how better life can be by constantly looking at who we are and who we can be.” JULIAN HAS EXPLORED opuses with the same allegiance to crisp narration as “Beautiful Thing” possesses for most of her life. Through her mother, the co-founder of a community theater, the Kentucky native found taking on different identities an intoxicating pursuit and became enthusiastic about delving more deeply into theatre’s likelihood of yielding her vocation. Earning bachelor’s degrees in acting and English from the University of Kentucky, she knew forging her future would require diligence and patience and sought more education to understand the historical and critical facets of her burgeoning passion. “Like most people, I suppose, I had a period where I wondered if I were heading in the right direction,” Julian said. “I knew fairly early on, though, that I had to

situate myself in that universe somehow.” Adding master’s degrees through the University of Pittsburgh and the Steel City’s Point Park University, she became a full-fledged occupant of the creative cosmos and has excelled as a hire for The Pittsburgh Playhouse, Pittsburgh Public Theatre, the Minnesota Orchestra, the St. Paul, Minn.-based Penumbra Theatre, New York’s SoHo Playhouse, the Sacramento Theatre Co. and the Mondavi Center for the Performing Arts at the University of California, Davis, her postsecondary education employer before Temple secured her services. Looking to build her local stage profile, she landed her “Beautiful Thing” assignment in December and will cap her experience Sunday. “It has been a great run so far, and I’ve really enjoyed being able to have my acting and teaching feed off each other,” Julian, who is making additional use of handling Sandra’s Cockney dialect by teaching it to her students, said. “I’m definitely enthused about seeing what I can do to help out more productions as an actress and to do more vocal coaching.” Come April, she will assist husband Lane Savadove as he directs her in EgoPo Classic Theater’s “Gint,” in which she will play Oldie Mama, a character whose

name drew a laugh because it marks such a leap from the vitality that Sandra exudes. The play will mark her third work for EgoPo, which Savadove founded in 1991 and guides as its artistic director, and will find her offering vocal coaching, too. The latter talent is also keeping her busy at the Suzanne Roberts Theatre, where she is helping South Philly resident Amanda Kearns and the other cast members of the Philadelphia Theatre Co.’s “Tribes.” “Like with any project, I’m enthusiastic about making a difference,” Julian, who has also coached thespians for Luna Theater Co., 620 S. Eighth St., said. With “Beautiful Thing” nearly behind her, the actress confessed to falling for its focus on family and ability to resonate with its beholders. Those qualities have made it a valuable contribution to the contemporary stage and just as endearing as far older and more renowned works. “I’m fortunate to have had this job,” Julian said. “Every experience has kept this teacher a student.” SPR For tickets, call 215-923-8909, or visit mauckingbird.org. Contact Managing Editor Joseph Myers at jmyers@southphillyreview.com or ext. 124. Comment at southphillyreview.com/news/lifestyles.

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here doesn’t seem to be any definitive awkward moment in “That Awkward Moment,” a long-delayed rom-com formerly titled “Are We Officially Dating?” There are, however, many awkward moments sprinkled in, such as when buddies Jason (Zac Efron) and Daniel (Miles Teller) have to pee horizontally after taking too much Viagra, and when Jason mistakes a “dress-up” party as one where it’s appropriate to dangle a sex toy out of his open fly. While it works for the occasional naughty laugh, the focus on male genitalia is indicative of what’s fundamentally wrong with “That Awkward Moment,” a thinlyveiled misogynist fantasy. Written and directed by Tom Gormican, the movie wants to channel the spirit of John Hughes; however, it forgets that Hughes never made his female characters mere prizes his male characters deserved (if anything, Hughes often did the reverse). Roommates Jason, Daniel, and Mikey (Michael B. Jordan) all vow to stay single in the wake of Mikey’s breakup, but wind up falling for their respective friends-with-benefits nonetheless. The film has good intentions, aiming to show that the bro-ish desire for zero attachment is usually a lie lotharios tell themselves. All it ends up being, however, is a toxic tutorial for young men going through stages of non-development, learning that monogamy has its virtues, but only insofar as what it means for their control over the girls they supposedly love. Remaining secretive about their vow violations, Jason and Daniel bond quickly with Ellie (Imogen Poots) and Chelsea (Mackenzie Davis), while Mikey rekindles

his romance with his young wife Vera (Jessica Lucas). Succumbing to the admittedly ample charms of their dates, Ellie and Chelsea are wooed with ease, and when they’re wronged in a climax that leaves the boys assessing love’s demands, it takes precious little for them to be back in the arms of the men who “deserve” them. Only Vera, who cheats on Mikey, is given true agency, and she’s basically painted as a villain. The film constantly suggests the right girl will always be waiting if the right pick-up lines are mastered.

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A newly-minted Oscar nominee for Best Documentary Feature, “Cutie and the Boxer” follows the warm, yet eccentric, lives of Ushio and Noriko Shinohara, a New York couple who’ve been married for 40 years and developed a reputation in the city’s art scene. Director Zachary Heinzerling intimately captures “boxing painter” Ushio’s unique work, as well as the wants of loyal Noriko, who’s stood by in the shadows and aches to define herself. SPR Comment and see the trailers for this week’s movies at southphillyreview.com/arts-and-entertainment/movies.

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South Philly Cares presents a dance party benet for Friends of Chaucer Street, a warm community event to raise funds and morale for families affected by a rash of res with entertainment provided by South Philly musicians 7:30-11:30 p.m. Jan. 31. Tickets: $35 checks only (payable to Packer Park Civic Assoc.). Galdo's, 1933 W. Moyamensing Ave. 215-271-9083. Dr. Dog executes a run at the Electric Factory 8:30 p.m. Jan. 31-Feb. 1. Tickets: $27.50. 421 N. Seventh St. 215-627-1332. electricfactory.info. “Alexander Who’s Not, Not, Not, Not, Not, Not Going to Move,” featuring South Philly’s Matthew Mastronardi and Tara Tagliaferro, will teach with music, that home is where your family is, Jan. 31-Feb. 8. Tickets: $10-$16. Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St. 215-574-3550. walnutstreettheatre.org. The Friends of Heinz Refuge Groundhog Day Family Festival will include family fun, assistance from the Franklin Institute, live animals from the Philadelphia Zoo and live music 9 a.m.-1:30 p.m. Feb. 1. John Heinz National Wildlife Refuge at Tinicum, 8601 Lindbergh Blvd. 215-365-3118. fws.gov/heinz. The Adirondack Phantoms return to their South Philly roots to face the Hershey Bears 1 p.m. Feb. 1. Tickets: $10-$33. Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad St. 215-336-3600. comasttix.com. Errin Cosby Closing Reception: “An Extension of Beauty,” offers up-close views of the photographer’s works snapped in Senegal, Cuba and India 5 to 8 p.m. Feb. 1. Free. 628 S. 16th St. rsvp@artsanctuary.org. 215-232-4485. artsanctuary.org. Dance Party benefit for Stella Maris Parish with Jerry Blavat, will play to the oldies 7 p.m.-midnight, Feb. 1. Tickets: $40. Stella Maris School Hall, 814 Bigler St. 215-463-3410. “Joie de Vivre: A Celebration of Black Culture” offers a send-up and honoric approach to Black History Month, curated by Florcy Morisset, Feb 1.-28. Free. Jed Williams Gallery, 615 Bainbridge St. 267-970-5509. jedwilliamsgallery.com. The Philadelphia 76ers hope for some winners’ luck against the Boston Celtics 7 p.m. Feb. 5. Tickets: $20-$190. Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad St. 215-336-3600. comasttix.com. The Idiopathic Ridiculopathy Consortium presents Jean Giraudoux’s “Ondine”, a rarely-performed fairy tale classic for all ages, sees direction from Newbold’s Aaron Cromie, Feb. 5-March 2. Tickets: $15-$25. Walnut Street Theatre Studio 5, 825 Walnut St. 245285-0472. ondine.bpt.me.

Other Goodies “The Disappearing Quarterback”: Through Feb. 2. Tickets: $20$25. Plays & Players Skinner Studio, 1714 Delancey Place. 215-7350630. playsandplayers.org. “Beautiful Thing”: Through Feb. 2. Tickets: $15-$25. The Skybox at the Adrienne Theater, 2030 Sansom St. 215-923-8909. mauckingbird.org. “Driving Miss Daisy”: Through Feb. 2. Tickets: $30-$40. Walnut Street Theatre, 825 Walnut St. 215-574-3550. walnutstreettheatre.org. “Cherokee”: Through Feb. 8. Tickets: $17.50-$46. The Wilma Theater, 265 S. Broad St. 215-546-7824. wilmatheater.org.

A country affair Lady Antebellum, the seven-time Grammy Award -winning trio, brings its boot-stompin’ “Take Me Downtown” tour to South Philly 7 p.m. Jan. 30. Tickets: $39.75-$69.75. Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad St. 215-336-3600. comasttix.com. “The Pillowman”: Through Feb. 8. Tickets: $15-$25. Luna Theater, 620 S. Eighth St. 215-704-0033. lunatheater.org. “Gidion’s Knot”: Through Feb. 9. Tickets: $15-$50. Main Stage at the Adrienne Theatre, 2030 Sansom St. 215-568-8077. interacttheatre.org. “Sideways Stories from Wayside School”: Through Feb. 15. Tickets: $18-$36. Arden Theatre, 40 N. Second St. 215-922-1122. ardentheatre.org. Lynnette Shelley’s “Menagerie”: Through Feb. 16. Free. Painted Bride Art Center Café Gallery, 230 Vine Street. “Tribes”: Through Feb. 23. Tickets: $52-$59. Suzanne Roberts Theatre, 480 S. Broad St. 215-985-0420. philadelphiatheatrecompany.org.

Bob Marley: Jan. 30-Feb. 1. Tickets: $12-$19. Helium Comedy Club, 2031 Sansom St. 215-496-9001. heliumcomedy.com. The Renegade Company’s Grimms’ Juniper Tree: Jan. 30-Feb. 8. Tickets: $15-20. First Presbyterian Church, 201 S. 21st St. therenegadecompany.org.

Karl Denson’s Tiny Universe: 9 p.m. Jan. 30. Tickets: $18. Theater of the Living Arts, 334 South St. 215-922-2599. livenation.com. Philly Improv Theater sketch comedy: Goat Rodeo presents “The 78th Annual Butterborough County Pie Eating Contest”: 9 p.m. Jan. 30-31. Tickets: $10-$12. The Adrienne Theatre, 2030 Sansom St. 267-233-1556. phillyimprovtheater.com.

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Radu Lupu Joins Yannick: 8 p.m. Jan. 30 and Feb. 1, 2 p.m. Jan. 31. Tickets: $48-$146. Verizon Hall at the Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad St. 215-893-1955. kimmelcenter.org.

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Game Day DipS (Family Features) When family and friends gather together to watch the game, loading up the table with a variety of easy-to-grab, flavorful appetizers is a winning plan. After all, casual food and good times are what game day is all about. In the world of appetizers, dip is king. From savory to sweet, this simple tailgating party addition can take on flavors that span the globe, or that are as American and as beloved as the gridiron game itself. Keep it light – A tailgating scene can seem overwhelming for those who don’t want to splurge all their day’s calories, so be sure to have lots of fresh, crunchy vegetables on hand. Start with your standard dippers – like sliced carrots, broccoli and cucumbers – or score big with unique vegetable dipper options – like snap peas, asparagus spears and radishes. This recipe for Cucumber Cups creates simple and crunchy bite-sized noshes with a delicious dip of Sabra Hummus in the center. For more great game day recipes, visit www.sabra.com. •

Serve Delightful Dippers – Potato and tortilla chips go handin-hand with tailgating festivities, but beyond these standards is a whole world of other dipping options. For a Mediterranean touch, go with flatbread, pita bread or pita chips. Instead of plain old butter rounds, opt for more texture with multi-grain crackers that include raw flax, chia or sesame seeds. Or, serve up a warm batch of buffalo wings with this smoky and spicy recipe for Hummus Buffalo Wing Dip. Offer Variety – A large spread of dippers calls for a wide assortment of scrumptious dips. As an alternative to sour cream or cheese-based dips – which are loaded with fat, preservatives and sodium – serve up an assortment of delicious Sabra Hummus. Hummus offers up the protein, iron and fiber that other dips lack.

Hummus Buffalo Wing Dip 1 teaspoon red wine vinegar 1 teaspoon olive oil 1 tablespoon tomato paste 1 teaspoon Dijon mustard 1/4 teaspoon garlic powder 1/4 teaspoon onion powder 1 teaspoon smoked paprika 1 cup Sabra hummus Whisk first seven ingredients together (vinegar through paprika). Add Sabra hummus and combine thoroughly.

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Peel cucumbers and slice lengthwise into 1 1/4-inch pieces. Using melon baller, carve out seeds to create a vessel, making sure to leave bottom intact. Using piping bag or small spoon, fill each with hummus, about 1 teaspoon each. Sprinkle with paprika and finely chopped parsley.

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INGREDIENTS: 1 vanilla bean 1/3 of a cup of vodka 1 glass bottle or jar with a tight-fitting lid

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DIRECTIONS: Cut the vanilla bean lengthwise, and place in bottle or jar, covering it completely with the vodka. Shake well, and store it in a kitchen cabinet for two to three months. This can be used in all baking recipes. When only half of the extract remains, add more vodka, and return to the storage space.

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Dante and Luigi’s: 762 S. 10th St., 215-922-9501, danteandluigis. com, $$ Ralph’s: 760 S. Ninth St., 215-6276011, ralphsrestaurant.com, $$ Village Belle: 757 S. Front St., 215551-2200, thevillagebelle.com, $$$

Cajun/Creole Catahoula Bar & Restaurant: 775 S. Front St., 215-271-9300, catahoulaphilly.com, $$

Coffee/Café/Sweets Anthony’s Coffee House: 903 S. Ninth St., 215-627-2586, italiancoffeehouse.com, $

French Creperie Beau Monde: 624 S. Sixth St., 215-592-0656, creperiebeaumonde.com, $

Mexican Paloma: 763 S. Eighth St., 215-9289500, palomafinedining.com, $$$

Seafood Anastasi’s: 1101 S. Ninth St., 215462-0550, phillyitalianmarket.com/ market/anastasi_seafood, $$

Greek/Middle Eastern Cafe Fulya: 727 S. Second St., 267-909-9937, cafefulya.com, $$ Dmitri’s: 795 S. Third St., 215-6250556, dmitrisrestaurant.com., $$

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Italian Cucina Forte: 768 S. Eighth St., 215-238-0778, cucinaforte.com, $$

Fuel: 1917 E. Passyunk Ave. 215468-3835, fuelphilly.com, $$ Noir:1909 E. Passyunk Ave., 267319-1678, noirphiladelphia.com, $$ Sophia’s: 1623 E. Passyunk Ave., 215-238-1920, sophiasphilly.com, $$$

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Chiarella’s Ristorante: 1600 S. 11th St., 215-334-6404, chiarellasristorante.com, $$ Francoluigi’s Pizzeria: 1549 S. 13th St., 215-755-8903, francoandluigis.com, $$ La Fourno: 636 South St., 215627-9000, lafourno.com, $$

Mamma Maria Ristorante: 1637 E. Passyunk Ave., 215-463-6884, mammamaria.info, $$$ Marra’s: 1734 E. Passyunk Ave., 215-463-9249, marrasone.com, $$ Pizzeria Pesto: 1925 S. Broad St., 215-271-6840, pizzeriapesto. com, $$ Ristorante Pesto: 1915 S. Broad St., 215-336-8380, ristorantepesto. com, $$ Villa di Roma: 936 S. Ninth St., 215-592-1295, $$

Mexican The Adobe Cafe: 1919 E. Passyunk Ave., 215-551-2243, adobecafephilly.com, $$ La Lupe: 1122 S. Ninth St., 215551-9920, $$ Taqueria Veracruzana: 908 Washington Ave., 215-465-1440, $$

Middle Eastern Bitar’s: 947 Federal St., 215-7551121, bitars.com, $

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Mediterranean Mazza: 1100 Jackson St., 215-9522600, mazzahealthyfood.com, $

Mexican Los Gallos: 951 Wolf St., 215-5511245, losgallosphilly.com, $$

Italian Bomb Bomb BBQ Grill & Italian Restaurant: 1026 Wolf St., 215463-1311, bombbomb-restaurant. com, $$ Criniti Ristorante: 2611 S. Broad St., 215-465-7750, crinitirestaurant. com, $$ Johnnie’s: 2240 S. 12th St., 215334-8006, $ Medora’s Mecca: 3101 S. 13th St., 215-336-1655, $$ Ralph & Rickey’s Pizzeria: 2700 S. Seventh St., 215-271-6622, ralphandrickeyspizzeria.com, $

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Han Dynasty ■ By Phyllis Stein-Novack R e s ta u r a n t R e v i e w e r

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hinese New Year begins tomorrow. In honor of the Year of the Horse, I decided to review Han Dynasty, which opened in Old City three months ago. The restaurant is known for its Sichuan food where spice is king. Hot peppers are featured in many of the dishes. I like spicy food, but when a chef goes overboard with a much-too-heavy hand, problems arise. It is difficult to savor ingredients when they are masked by too much heat. Han Dynasty is located in a beautiful space that has been the home of several types of restaurants. It features a lovely bar, bar seating and comfortable booths and banquettes. The original Corinthian columns set off the looming hand-painted ceiling. Our delightful server brought us a pot of lukewarm tea and helped us navigate through the menu. He told us the restaurant serves traditional Chinese food family style with portions large enough to share. Since the menu centers on Sichuan fare, heat indicators are set off by numbers, with 10 being the hottest. I had questions about the difference between the dumplings and the wonton appetizers. The dumplings, stuffed with ground pork, were served with a hot sauce with a bit of sweetness. This sounded delicious. Han Dynasty’s dumplings ($6.95) were nestled in a bowl of chili oil that was so hot, tears sprang to my eyes, and every pore of my being was affected. I wanted to taste the dumplings, so they were whisked away and came back rinsed with a small dish of soy sauce on the side. The wrapper was light and silken so the texture was

Coffee/Café/Sweets Caffe Chicco: 2532 S. Broad St., 215-334-3100, $

Fast Break Millie’s Luncheonette & Ice Cream: 1441 W. Shunk St., 215467-8553, $ Philadium: 1631 Packer Ave., 215-271-5220, philadiumtavern. com, $

Italian Barrel’s Fine Food: 1725 Wolf St., 215-389-6010, barrelsfinefood.com, $$ L’Angolo: 1415 Porter St., 215389-4252, $$ La Stanza: 2001 Oregon Ave., 215-271-0801, lastanzapa.com, $$ Popi’s: 3120 S. 20th St., 215-7557180, popisrestaurant.com, $$

spot on. There could have been a bit more ground pork inside, but I could finally taste these treats. The same thing occurred with the spicy crispy cucumbers ($6.95). Much too much chili oil masked the half-moons of cool cukes. Since I am a soup girl, I knew any kind of rich Chinese soup would warm us up on a cold winter’s night. Edward and I looked at the choices and with our server’s help, tucked into bowls of pork with pickled vegetables ($6.95). The stock had a little kick because bits of hot peppers floated in the broth. I avoided them completely, and found the broth to be tasty with just a hint of heat. Strands of pork shared company with strands of pickled Asian greens that played off each other quite nicely. I think the addition of noodles would have given the soup more texture. For our entrees, we avoided the heat completely. We just wanted three dishes that were well-seasoned, as I hoped the ingredients would shine on their own. Shredded duck with ginger ($18.95) hit the mark. The duck was boneless, tender, juicy and not a bit greasy. It hit the hot wok with julienned green beans, green peppers, scallions, fresh fragrant ginger and a hint of soy sauce. It was a rich and satisfying dish. Cumin lamb ($16.95) consisted of bits of lamb, probably cut from the leg or shoulder, encrusted with cumin and simply wok-fried with onions, garlic and peppers. The sauce was light with soy so that it did not detract from the flavor of the meat. Since most entrees feature onions, Restaurant Review:

= Poor

Pennsport/Whitman American/Continental IHOP: 3 Snyder Ave., 215-3395095, ihop.com, $$ 2nd Street Brew House: 1700 S. Second St., 267-687-7964, 2ndstreetbrewhouse.com, $$ Vinny’s Sandwich Shop: Sixth Street and Oregon Avenue, 267318-7834, $

Asian Happy Dragon: 2047 S. Third St., 215-271-0552, happydragon.us, $

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= Fair

The menu at Old City-based Han Dynasty highlights Sichuan dishes that are known to be on the spicier side of the tasting scale. S ta f f P h o t o b y K at h r y n P o o l e

green peppers and scallions, we wanted to sample a vegetable dish. Baby bok choy with black trumpet mushrooms ($11.95) was a hearty mix of slightly still crunchy bok choy married with heady mushrooms coated in a rich soy hoisin sauce. “The sauce is really good on the rice,” Edward said as he munched with his chopsticks. It was, indeed. These entrees wiped away the memory of over-the-top-hot dishes. Han Dynasty has a full bar. The prices are moderate. A martini is $10, while the wine list features vintages at about $8. = Very Good

South View Pizza: 367 Durfor St., 215-467-2050, southviewpizzaphilly.com, $ Tony Luke’s: 39 E. Oregon Ave., 215-551-5725, tonylukes.com, $

Italian Caffe Valentino: 1245-49 S. Third St., 215-336-3033, caffevalentino. com, $$

Seafood Snockey’s Oyster and Crab House: 1020 S. Second St., 215339-9578, snockeys.com, $$

Vegan Grindcore House: 1515 S. Fourth St., 215-839-3333, grindcorehouse.com, $

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Service was excellent. Our waiter was helpful and knew the dishes well, which is necessary for first-time visitors to Han Dynasty. Three tips of the toque to Han Dynasty. SPR

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Hibachi 2 Go: 1414 Snyder Ave., 215-336-8646, hibachi2gophilly. com, $

Fast Break Breezy’s Cafe: 1200 Point Breeze Ave., 267-858-4186, breezyscafephilly.com, $ Brunic’s Luncheonette: 2000 S. 17th St., 215-755-7645, $ King of Wings: 2233 S. Woodstock St., 215-551-2400, kingofwings1.com, $ Moe’s Hot Dog House: 2601 Washington Ave., 215-465-6637, moeshotdoghouse.com, $ Texas Wieners: 1426 Snyder Ave., 215-465-8635, texaswieners.com, $

Mexican Café con Chocolate: 2100 S. Norwood St., 267-639-4506, cafeconchocolate.com, $

South Divan Turkish Kitchen: 918 S. 22nd St., 215-545-5790, divanPhilly turkishkitchen.com, $$ SPR Diners For more listings, visit southphillyre-

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Lanci Bakery Owner: Larry Lanci Opened 1921 1716 Jackson St. 215-463-0169 lancibakery.com

or Larry Lanci, owning and operating Lanci Bakery, 1716 Jackson St., is not a job; it’s his passion. The family story dates back to the early 1900s when his great grandfather Raphael arrived in South Philadelphia from Italy and established the family’s American baking roots, which included building the brick oven. The business’ current location, which opened in 1921, was later taken over by his grandfather, Angelo, followed by his father, Raymond. Larry Lanci had no intention of following in their footsteps as his career path was in real estate and cell phone sales. But when his father closed the business in 2007 after suffering a heart attack, the next generation was ready to fulfill the personal request “to open the bakery and do it the way you want to.” “I spent every cent I had to do it,” the Newbold resident, who opens the doors at 6 a.m. seven

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1/2 pound of breadcrumbs, extra fine 1/2 pound of grated Parmesan 4 large eggs 1 whole head of garlic, chopped extra fine 1/2 of a large yellow onion, chopped extra fine 1 tablespoon of parsley 1 tablespoon of basil 1/2 tablespoon of salt

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PISCES (Feb. 19 to March 20): People are feelS ing insecure, so avoid encouraging any negativity you encounter. New ideas won’t go far, so wait just a bit longer to take on fresh tasks. Lucky number: 706.

ARIES (March 21 to April 20): What is going on around you will have a strong influence on state of D mind. Avoid those that upset you emotionally or physically to prevent any reaction on your health. Lucky number: 471.

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from Markieff, whom the team picked right ahead of him in the draft, he also is posting his best offensive totals. Leaving 60 passes for family and friends, they wanted to impress their backers and keep Phoenix in the playoff race, as they entered seventh in the 15-team pack. “We knew they were struggling a bit,” Markieff said, “so we thought getting off to a good start would help our cause.” THE 76ERS OPENED the dual having the undesired distinction of having the league’s worst defense, with foes firing in 109.5 points per tilt. The Suns seemed poised to become the latest opponents to register a

triple-digit outing, as they knocked down 12 of their first 14 attempts. Markieff received applause when he made his first appearance at the 5:30 mark and quickly added to the onslaught with a bucket. Marcus looked the give the struggling Eastern Conference representatives double trouble with 47 seconds to go in the opening frame and notched two free throws to help the Suns to craft a 40-26 edge. Continuing to show their tenacity in the second quarter, the young men fed off the Suns’ rapid style of play, with Markieff showing his reach by swatting four shots, picking up a beautiful assist on a dunk by center Alex Len and knocking down three shots,

at southphillyreview.com/blogs.php the third coming off an offensive putback. Marcus helped to clog the lane to leave the 76ers with little choice but to settle for high-risk jumpers and tallied two steals, the second leading to a deuce for guard Leandro Barbosa. “I love providing whatever energy we need,” Marcus said of reinforcing Phoenix’s plans on both sides of the ball. With a 62-54 lead at the break, the visitors impressed Hornacek with their ability to attack the net but had him slightly concerned over some of the looks they allowed the 76ers. Whatever defensive miscues they committed could not overshadow their offensive prowess, as Markieff et al returned to their first-quarter selves and pumped in 33 points, with five coming from the older twin, two off a technically perfect jumper over forward Lavoy Allen. Finding himself in foul trouble, though, he sat for the end of the third section and much of the fourth. Enter Marcus. Although he did not approach his 9.9 points-per-game average, he played tight defense that assisted in the Suns’ causing 21 turnovers. Usually trailing by double digits, the 76ers, who never engineered a lead, tried chipping away but fell prey to the hot hand of guard Gerald Green, who led all scorers with 30 points. Hornacek united the Morrises for the last time with 1:44 left, with Marcus tallying their final field goal with a dunk. “Coach is defensive-minded, so we’re committed to being aggressive,” Markieff, who totaled 13 points, three rebounds and as many assists, said. “That fell apart a little, but we regrouped because we’re a good team.” “We’re a good team that can be much better,” Marcus, who scored four points to go along with an assist and three boards, added. Having beaten the 76ers 115-101 Dec. 28, the Suns completed their first season sweep of the local players in four years, with the twins having played major roles in the unblemished endeavor. “I’ve come to expect greatness from them,” Hornacek said. “Tonight was no different.” SPR Contact Managing Editor Joseph Myers at jmyers@southphillyreview.com or ext. 124. Comment at southphillyreview.com/sports/features.

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s they enjoyed cheesesteaks with their Phoenix Suns teammates Monday night at the Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad St., Markieff and Marcus Morris accepted kudos for displaying their dutiful brand of basketball in their native city. Returning to Philadelphia together for the rst time as professionals, the twins, who garnered two state championships while suiting up for the Prep Charter High School Huskies, 1928 Point Breeze Ave., helped their Arizona-based bunch to show no brotherly love to the 76ers, whom they defeated 124-113. “It’s a big deal to come back to Philly and receive so much support,” Markieff said as his colleagues munched on their goodies courtesy of him and his sibling. “We knew the Sixers would give us a tough fight, so it’s good to get out of here with a win.” The 6-foot-10 forward has proven a provider of consistent efforts for rookie head coach Jeff Hornacek, who spent nearly two seasons hoisting jumpers for the 76ers, entering the contest averaging a career-best 12.7 points. The third-year force, who won the Western Conference Player of the Week award for the Nov. 4 to 10 period, has led his unit in rebounding and scoring six times, heading both charts Sunday in Cleveland as the Suns dumped South-of-South product Dion Waiters and the Cavaliers 96-90. Hitting town with a 25-18 record, the guests are meshing as a young club while the hosts took to the floor with a 14-30 mark. “Philly is a scrappy team, so we couldn’t relax at all,” Marcus, who joined the Suns nearly a year ago via a trade with the Houston Rockets, who selected him as the 14th pick in the 2011 NBA Draft, said. “In the end, it was a lot of fun.” Seven minutes younger and an inch shorter than Markieff, Marcus is also thriving as a key reserve for Hornacek. The ’10-’11 Big 12 Conference Player of the Year for his junior season exploits at the University of Kansas, where his sibling also matriculated, he has paced the Suns in rebounding twice and scoring once, registering 18 in Dec. 3’s 110-91 loss at Memphis. With encouragement

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■ Capitolo softball Capitolo Playground, 900 Federal St., is looking for teams for Sunday coed softball action beginning in April. Call Donnie at 215-685-1883, or Eddie at 215-817-0837.

■ Don’t Shoot camp Grays Ferry-based Don’t Shoot...I Want a Future holds tryouts for its basketball camp Fridays 6 p.m. at Mantua Recreational Center, 3320 Haverford Ave. Contact team director Norman Best, 215-2642153 or 215-882-3080, or coach Anthony King, 267-262-1464.

■ DVYAA baseball The Delaware Valley Youth Athletic Association, 2840 S. 18th St., will be participating in the American Legion Prep League for players 13 and younger from Memorial Day to the end of July. Players must be 13-years-old as of April 30. Contact coach Joe Messina at jmess16@aol.com.

■ Flag football Chew Playground, 1800 Washington Ave., is holding registration for its flag football season for ages 6 to 14 from 4:30 to 7 p.m. weekdays. Games will be on site and run from 5 to 8 p.m. beginning March 24. Contact Okatvia Cherry, 215-685-6596.

■ Girls’ lacrosse clinics The Edward O’Malley Athletic Association holds a free lacrosse clinic for girls in grades third through eighth from 6 to 7:30 p.m. Thursdays at 144 Moore St. Visit phillygirlsinmotion.org/lacrosse to register. E-mail beth@phillygirlsinmotion.org, or call 610-357-7446 for more information.

■ Guerin tennis Guerin Recreation Center, 2201 S. 16th St., will begin hosting tennis for boys and girls of all ages Feb. 5. The eight-week program will include play from 4 to 6 p.m. Mondays and Wednesdays for $50, with South Philly Tennis Association AdoptA-School participants playing for free. Contact Bryan Hughes, 215-528-0196, or thespta@hotmail.com.

■ Hoophall Classic The Neumann-Goretti Saints boys’ basketball team lost to the nation’s top-ranked squad, California’s Mater Dei High School, 79-67 Jan. 20 at the Massachusetts-based Spalding Hoophall Classic. Senior guard

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■ Prep Charter commitments Prep Charter High School senior football players John Graham, Tommy Nguyen and Eric Taylor selected postsecondary schools. Graham, a wide receiver, will head to West Chester University, Nguyen, a linebacker. will go to West Virginia’s Alderson Broaddus University and Taylor, a defensive end, will matriculate at Marist College.

■ Rally for Rizzo Rizzo Ice Rink, 1001 S. Front St., will hold a rally to benefit its offerings 7:30 to 10 p.m. Feb. 21. The event will include a disk jockey, food, a raffle, face painting and more. Tickets are $15 before Feb. 17 and $20 afterward. Call 215-685-1593.

■ SEYAA T-ball/baseball The Southeast Youth Athletic Association, Seventh and Bigler streets, is accepting registrations for its spring T-ball and baseball programs. Divisions are 4 to 6 for T-ball; 7 to 8 for pitching machine; 8 to 10 and 10 to 12 for live pitch; 13 to 15 and 16 to 19 for Babe Ruth Baseball; and 9 to 11 and 12 to 14 for girls’ softball. Register by e-mailing child’s name, date of birth and phone number to seyaasports@aol.com or by stopping in person 6 to 7:30 p.m. Tuesday or Wednesday at John H. Taggart School, Fifth and Porter streets. Call 215463-8802 for an information packet.

■ Skating lessons Rizzo Ice Rink offers ice skating lessons for beginner and intermediate skaters Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays. The course costs $60, with another session to commence in February. Ice hockey for adults will be 9 p.m. Wednesdays. Cost is free for goalies and $10 for others. The Pennsport location is also accepting registrations for its annual skills camps. Program one will be on ice hockey basics and run 4:30 to 6 p.m. Mondays for $50. Program two will be upper level skills 5:15 to 6:15 p.m. Wednesdays and Fridays for $60. Program two will require an evaluation to join. Call 215-685-1593, or visit rizzorink.com.

■ Timeless Tennis Guerin Recreation Center will host Timeless Tennis for older adults beginning Feb. 10. Sessions will be from 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Mondays and Fridays for $50. Contact Bryan Hughes, 215-528-0196, or thespta@hotmail.com. SPR Send sports briefs by fax to 215-3361112 or by e-mail to jmyers@southphillyreview.com. Comment at southphillyreview.com/sports/ sportsbriefs.

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Approx 90,000 sq ft on one floor. Runs to 4th St. High Ceilings. $600,000.

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20x100. High Ceilings. $125,000.

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2225-27-29 WILDER ST. 3 Lots. Total Price $79,000.

1518 S. STANLEy ST.

3 Bedrooms. Garage. $55,000.

1272 S. NEWKIRK ST.

Just Renovated. 2 Bedrooms. Hardwood Floors. Appliances. $145,000.

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1535 S. BOUVIER ST. 2 Bedrooms. $65,000.

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4850 N. pALEThORp ST.

2 Bedroom. Newly Renovated. Porch Front. Tiled Bathroom. $44,900.

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861 E. WESTMORELAND 3 Bedrooms. $38,000.

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1817 FILLMORE ST.

Single Family. $99,000.

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15,000 sq. ft. 3 Floors. Elevator. Cell Phone Tower. Rent $3900/Buy $495,000.

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Packer Park Court/Packer Park Annex 1901 Hartranft Street Oregon Court & Oregon Arms 19th & Oregon Avenue

Spacious studios, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments available. Featuring h/w floors or carpet, updated kitchens, large closets, free parking, on-site laundry. Beautifully landscaped community spaces

The Enclaves:modern construction, W/D, balcony, $1,400.00. 215-463-5566.

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NO.WILDWOOD BEACH

Front Condo, 1st flr., POOL. SLEEPS 5, FULL KIT., WEEKLY STARTING AT $800. 609-6023711.

STUDIO/EFFICIENCY 1432 RITNER ST 3rd flr., Excel. location. $650/mo.+1st/last/Sec. Joseph 215-868-8503.

ONE BEDROOM FOR RENT 11TH & RITNER VIC. lg. 1bdrm. apt. newly remod.,hdwd flrs.,full size Kit & bath. All appliances. $1050/mo.+. Call 856-262-4369.

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Here Comes The Sun!

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Happy Holidays !

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246 Catharine St Beautiful Home. 3/2.5 2 Fp’s + lg garden $650,000

318 Fitzwater Street “The Dragon House”

221 Carpenter St

3/2 & beautiful Garden

140 Mifflin St - Gorgeous 3 bdrm, 1.5 bth home. Totally renovated from top to bottom, hrdwd flrs, lots of light, spots available in a secured 4 + office/2.5 Garden & Garage. Lot size 19x136 $1,250,000

$435.000

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Artisan Rittenhouse

Artisan 1805 Lombard finished and nice yard. 1431 Bainbridgebasement 1501-1503 Kater (10 Homes)

(8 Homes)

5600 Sq Ft 4/3.5 Elevator Roof Deck TA 2 Car Garage

4000 + Sq Ft 4/3.5 Elevator Deck 2 Car Garage & TA

4000 + Sq Ft 4/3.5 Elevator Deck 2 Car Garage & TA

118 Catharine St Award Wining,3500 sq. ft, grdn & grg. $1,300,000

810 S. 2nd St “A”

SOLD $299,000 SOLD $159,900

1118 E. Moyamensing

1000 sq. ft2/1 Prkng, Tx 4/2.5, patio,deck & finished $2,500,000 125$2,000,000 Tasker St. - Cute 1 bedroom$2,500,000 + den home with semi finished basement, hrdwd brick Abmt flrs , lg grdn.and $399,900 lovely basement $369,000garden.

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$139,900

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502 Delancey 4+Off/3 F &

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753-757 S. Marshall St

2/2 Parking TA BA + Deck 3 Car $499,000 Deck & Garden $749,000 + Parking RED $499,000 115 Daly St -From Lovely 2 bdrm,Gar TA1.5Frombth hm with hrdwd flrs,2 1/2 crown molding, granite countertops & decent sized yard. Fitzwater 3 Lots $350,000 From $399,000 $509,000 rehabbed Prng $1,350,000 H/W, Bsmt + Gar & TA

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Multi 5/4 + Deck & Garden $649,900

Builder’s Hm RED $549,900 227 Tree St2+upscale -Den/2 Lovely 2 BR Hm a Grt Block w/ LR, Fp, EIK, Pantry, Rear Yd, Bsmt & Storage. Property REDon $379,000 From $229,000 Garden RED

Bainbridge St -13 Condos with Garage Parking - 2/2- Gardens & Decks. FROM $379,900 2445 S. Garnet St - Great Newer Construction 5 Yrs714-22 Old, 3 BR + Fin Bsmt, 2.5 Ba, LR, DR, EIK, SS + Garage.

Great Rental

1529 E. Moyamensing Ave. - Wond 5 BR, 1 Full & 2 Half BA Hm w/ Original Pine Flrs, 2400 Sq Ft & 2 Fp’s.

3rd & Bainbridge - Live & work from home in this fabulous space. 2 bedrooms +den,1.5 Baths, hardwood floors, Deck + Gallery space on 1st Fl. $3000 427 Queen St- Beautiful 3 story, 2 bedroom, 1 bath trinity, H/W, EIK & garden. $1400 225 Catharine St - Beautiful 3 BR + Den, 4 BA, H/W, Granite ktchn, grdn & 2 car parking. $3500 776 S. 2nd St - Very nice 2 Bedroom, 1 Bath Bi level apartment w/ CA + Lg Deck. $1350 810 S. 3rd St –Beautiful large 3 BR + Den home with hardwood floors t/o, yard + parking. $2500 1119 E. Palmer St –N/C 3 BR + Media Rm, 3 BA, H/W t/o, Fp, Lg Garden + 3 car parking. $2500 400 Spring Garden-N.C Commercial Space Available-800 to 1600 Sq Ft. Call for Details

OLD 5S

121 Wharton St - Large 3 Story Home w/ High Ceilings, 4 BR, 1 BA, Full Bsmt & Yard.

2030 Manton St - Great N/C 3 BR, 2.5, LR, DR, Hrwd Flrs, EIK, SS, Rear Yard, Terrace & Deck. inced. cc views 2612 S. Gerritt Nice size 3 bdrm 1 bth hm w/, living rm, dining rm, eat in kitchen & yard.  - Attn  investors.   146 Roseberry St - Very well maintained 3 BR, 1.5 Ba Hm, LR, DR, CA, Lg Kitchen, Yard & Basement. The Award Winning Kathy, Patrick and the Conway Team

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1520 S. 27th - Great investment opportunity. 3 bdrm, 1 bth home, lrg kitchen & yard. Being sold as is. Society Hill Office

215.627.6005

530 W a ln ut St. Sui te # 26 0 Phi la de lp hi a, P A 19 10 6

14xx S. 12th St - Huge 2 story home. 3 BD, 2.5 Baths, Bruce Hrdwd flrs. PRISTINE CONDITION!

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102 Morris St– Beautiful 4 BR, 2 full bath hm with hardwood fls (1st Fl), finished basement, CA & nice yard.

Deidre Quinn

Lee Ann Hartley

Ivon Cowell

Tory Gargano

Jeff Kauffman

Mike Carestio

Adele Gerngross

Visit our web site fo r o u r co mp le te in ve nto ry, weekly open houses, additional pictures and mo re p a rticulars.

RED $489,000 SOLD $310,000 SOLD $115,000

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215.440 .8190

SOLD $139,900

SOLD $225,000

2437 S. Philip St - Nice 3 BR, 1 BA Home w/ LR, DR, EIK, Bsmt, Mechanicals & Storage.

Independently owned and operated member of the Prudential Real Estate Affiliates, Inc.

624 Fitzgerald- Totally renovated 3 bdrm home. Hrdwd flrs, huge kitchen, decent sized yard. New Heater & All New Electric. 143 Sigel Street – Very well kept 2 bedroom home renovated a few years ago with hardwood floors & nice yard.

16TH RITNER-1BDRM 1st flr., Newly renovated, Hdwd.Flrs.,D/W, G/D, Refrig.,Ample closet space. W/D, Yard, No Pets. $850/ mo.+utils. 215-755-8643. 19XX S.18TH ST. 2nd flr.,lg. 1bdrm., pvt. entrance. A/C. $675/ mo.+utils. 215-465-8065.

TWO BEDROOM FOR RENT

13TH DICKINSON

2ND FLR., BI-LEVEL 2BEDRMS, 2FULL BATH. W/D, OUTDOOR DECK, BRAND NEW CONST. $1800/MO.++. CALL 215-534-3506. 13TH DICKINSON 1ST. FLR., 2BEDRMS., 30 FT GARDEN, FULL BSMT.,HDWD FLRS.,BRAND NEW CONST. $1450/MO.++. CALL FRANCO 215-534-3506. 15TH & RITNER: ST.MONICA’S VIC: 2nd fl Very spacious 2BR, CA, WD, HW t/o, Gran c-tops. $975/mo. 267-254-1914 15TH & RITNER: ST.MONICA’S VIC: 2nd fl Very spacious 2BR, CA, WD, HW t/o, Gran c-tops. $975/mo. 267-254-1914 2-bedroom apt, 2nd Fl of a duplex, S16th St and Passyunk Ave $650 per mo + Utilities. 267-243-2461 - Eric, 267-3421947 - Stan

ITALIAN MKT. AREA

HOUSES FOR RENT

2bdrms.,hdwd flrs., thru-out,tile kit./bath. W/D.$950/mo. 267-3070371.

12TH & MIFLIN: PASSYUNK SQ- 2BR, All new kit & bath. Gran c-tops. HW flrs, WD, $1100. 215275-6024

PENNSPORT AREA

11XX DALY ST-2BDRMS., FULLY LOANED, HDWD.FLRS.,W/D. $$1250/MO.+. CALL 215-6519190. 15XX S. STANLEY 3bdrms.,1bath, hdwd.flrs.,newer kitchen. $795/ mo+utils. 267-808-5432. 19XX S.BONSALL ST 3bdrms.,newly renovated. Washer/Dryer,Refrig. $750/mo.+utils. 215-307-3240, 215-219-0164. 20XX SIGEL ST 3bedrms., C/A, new kit, bathrm. W/D. SEC.8 OK. 215-603-8210. 21XX S.GARNET 3bdrms.,1bth, near Broad St.subway.,sm. yd.Washer hook-up.$900/ mo.+utils. Freshly painted. 516770-8176. 21XX SO. HOWARD 2bdrms., 1.5bath. $950/mo.+utils. 609-2808554, 856-767-8554. 25XX MILDRED ST 3bedrms. $795/mo.+1st.mo.&(2)mos.security. No Pets, Sec. 8 OK. Call 215539-7866. 3XX EMILY ST. 3BDRMS., NEWLY RENOVATED COMPLETELY LOADED. $1400/MO.+. CALL 215-718-4932. 61ST & LINDBERGH-26XX SO. 61ST. 3bdrms, porch front, yard. Hdwd. 1st flr.,carpets 2nd. $800/ mo.+Gas/Elect. $2400 to move in. Sec. 8 OK. 215-659-5348. GRAYS FERRY-26TH & WHARTON(Titan St) 2Bdrms.,clean,cute. $650-$700/ mo.+gas/elect. $1950-$2100 to move in. Sec.8 OK. Call 215-6595348.

Newly renovated, 2bdrms.,1.5bths, Hdwd flrs.,Laundry rm. on 1st.flr. tile kit./bath. Fin.bsmt.lg.yard. All New appliances. $950/mo. 267307-0371.

ROOM FOR RENT 14XX CARLISLE ST Room available. $115/$125Wkly. Call 267253-4174, 215-278-2847, Jeff/Fay 13TH & SPRUCE- Parker Hotel CC. Fully Furn’d Rms, no sec. deposit. Utils & housekeeping incld. WK: $165-$203; Day: $40-$50 +taxes. 215-735-2300. ROOMS IN HOME No Drugs/ Alcohol. $400/mo. Call 215-9105527. S. Philly Broad & Reed $475/mo. Use of Kitchen & Bathroom. Free Cable Call (215) 350-4997

COMMERCIAL SPACE FRONT & RITNER-Turn Key operation for Pizzeria/fully equipped. Call 215-688-2109.

gENERAL APARTMENTS FIND YOUR HOME TODAY! Packer Park Court/Packer Park Annex, 1901 Hartranft Street; Oregon Court & Oregon Arms, 19th & Oregon Avenue. Spacious studios, 1 and 2 bedroom apartments available. Featuring h/w floors or carpet, updated kitchens, large closets, free parking, on-site laundry. Beautifully landscaped community spaces. AMC Delancey Property Management, 215-6278282, leasing@amcdmanagement.com www.amcdmanagement.com

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Finally a real recovery in the sluggish market. Since June we have Sold over 35 homes and listed 33. Once again in The Prudential Real Estate Affiliates for 2009 our team has consistently Ranked in the top 3 for all four quarters out of 68,000 Agents. Thank you sincerely for your Business. September 2009

Kathy 215-440-8190

13TH PORTER VIC 1st.flr.,sep. ent. Excel. cond. $825/mo.+utils. 215-334-8883, 215-200-3953.

8TH & JOHNSTON VIC. C/A, W/D, Dishwasher. Freshly painted. $850/mo.+util. (215)813-1763

HOUSES FOR RENT

SOLD $299,900 $49,900 RED $119,900 $49,900 RED $329,000 $289,900 SOLD $79,900 $182,500

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Warehouse Immed. Openings for a Wholesale Seafood Distributor • Dock Workers • Delivery Drivers • Cutters & Packers Must be able to work in a refrigerated environment and be able to lift up to 50lbs. Apply in person between the hours of 9am-3pm M-F at: 3400 S. Lawrence St. Phila. PA 19148 or fax your resume to 215.334.3007 No Phone Calls Please

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GENERAL HELP-$8.00-$10.00/ HR. PLUS INCENTIVE. FLEXIBLE SCHEDULES.INTERVIEW TODAY START TOMORROW. 215-271-0188. Phone Sales Students and Retirees Welcome. 21hrs/wk. Hourly plus commission. Call Dawn Johnson (215) 563-0370

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“FOR ALL YOUR PLUMBING NEEDS” ★ ★ Serving Philadelphia and Surrounding Areas ★ ★ ★ City Violations Corrected • Plumbing Fixtures Installed ★ ★ Complete Kitchens and Baths • Water Services • Sewer Lines ★ ★ CALL FOR A FREE ESTIMATE • ALL WORK IS GUARANTEED ★ ★ 215.334.8528 EMERGENCY 215.768.9972 ★ ★ SENIOR CITIZEN DISCOUNTS AVAILABLE ★ LIC. & INS. REGISTRATION #4539 ★★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ ★★

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LIC. # 26429

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PLUMBING

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215.336.2500


ROOFING

MICHAEL

A Plus

PHIL’S SON

FORTUNA ROOFING & SONS, INC. “The only roofer in the Review EVERY WEEK Since 1967”

Roofing & Contracting, Inc.

215-988-9004

Celebrating our 80th year!

SOUTH PHILLY’S ROOFER OF THE YEAR 2012!

Talk of the Town 2013 Customer Satisfaction Award! 4 Generations CALL MIKE ANYTIME AT: 215-805-0556 OR OFFICE: 215-468-3925 WWW.SOUTHPHILLYROOFING.COM

FREE ESTIMATES Deal Direct With Owner Senior Citizen Discounts

A RATED BY THE BBB!

NOW ACCEPTING CREDIT CARDS!

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PLACE YOUR

BUSINESS

HERE Senior Citizens Discounts

Handicap Discounts

Licensed & Insured #26194 Residential & Commercial

WE DO PATCHWORK – EVEN OVER ONE ROOM! ALUMINUM COATINGS STARTING AT $225 SNOW REMOVAL FROM YOUR ROOF! NO ONE INSTALLS A BETTER ROOF AT A BETTER PRICE THAN MIKE FORTUNA... NO ONE!

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RUBBER ROOFS As Low As

$450.00* 15-Yr. Guar.

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•Up to 500 sq. ft.

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Lic. # 533066

“THE ORIGINAL”

deal direCt Plus owner on every joB!

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Serving South Philly for Over 25 Years

Phone: Phila., 215-463-9566 PA 19148

(Lic. #1136)

(267) 418-5522

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20th & Passyunk Avenue

215-551-2400 215-551-8137 (Fax) 215-551-3912

“WE DELIVER ALL DAY”

($1.25 Charge for Delivery) $8.00 Minimum Order

2233 Woodstock St. WE ACCEPT CREDIT CARDS

ASK ABOUT OUR

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SPORTS SPECIAL

Mon. thru Thursday 11am to 11pm Fri. & Sat. 11am to 12 Midnight Sunday 12 noon to 10pm ALL PRICES ARE SUBJECT TO PA. SALES TAX

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We now sell Gift Cards, available in any amount. “Buffalo Wings go with all things, so give us a ring!

18.95

24.95

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Fresh Cut Potatoes ~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ 2.95

17.95

SPECIALIZING IN STEAKS, HOAGIES, BURGERS, FRIED & GRILLED CHICKEN, SALADS, WRAPS, SEAFOOD, SPARE RIBS, SANDWICHES, DESSERTS AND MORE! CALL FOR OUR FULL MENU!


South Philly Review 1-30-2014