Here’s a good news/bad news situation for West Philly music lovers, particularly those who dig vinyl or need an instrument or turntable repaired. The bad news is that The Marvelous – Records and Music on Baltimore Avenue (formerly of 40th Street) is closing after 14 years on July 14. The good news is that the storefront at 4916 Baltimore Ave won’t really skip a beat as a purveyor of music-related stuff.
Posted on 12 July 2017
Emergency responders have a fire at 52nd and Baltimore under control. The 34 trolley is operating with shuttle buses. The fire was reported at a donut shop and Million Dollars store near 52nd and Baltimore shortly after 8 a.m.Donut store and Million Dollars at 52nd and Baltimore on fire. Hope no one hurt.
Chef Jezabel Careaga, a native of Argentina whose Jezabel’s Café at 26th and Pine has been named one of Philly’s best “under-the-radar breakfast places,” is bringing her empanadas, alfajores, specially made mate tea and coffee to an intimate storefront near 45th and Walnut. Jezabel’s Studio will open tomorrow, July 12, at 208 S. 45th St. At only 400 square feet, Jezabel’s Studio will definitely not be a place to park with your laptop.
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