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December 7: Raised intersections on South Broad | LGBTQ housing groundbreaking | Tricked out holiday buses

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The city will be adding raised intersections and crosswalks stamped red on South Broad at Chestnut, Sansom, Moravian and Walnut Street next spring, writes Inga Safrron. The Street Department’s interventions are designed to caution drivers to slow down and make intersections safer for pedestrians.

CNN political commentator Marc Lamont Hill’s newly opened bookstore and coffee shop on Germantown Avenue is quickly becoming a community asset “buzzing with coffee, conversation, and creative programming,” writes John Henry Scott for Hidden City. Hill opened the shop, located in historic storefront at Church Street and Germantown Avenue, as

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