Author: Kerith Gabriel

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Inside the dimly lit gym of Clymer Elementary School, the patience of AC Fairhill head coach Dominique Landry is wearing thin. [Read More]
This issue marks the final one of the summer for us. [Read More]
Tags: Summer - long - issue
Ask any starving artist and they'll agree that the old cliche of imitation being the finest form of flattery only applies if your getting paid... [Read More]
The Electric Factory is no more. [Read More]
When we hear of school shootings in America, the focus is always on the victims, those directly affected. [Read More]
Last week, our editorial team was informed by our parent company, Newspaper Media Group, that over the next nine weeks, our publication will host an... [Read More]
Everyday we're inching closer and closer to the return of regular season Eagles football. [Read More]
Tags: Eagles - return - closer
Suzanne Sheer at a keyboard is music therapy for anyone within earshot. [Read More]
If there was ever a picture to describe someone to fit the adage that there's only so much one person can take, that image would... [Read More]
In what's a first sign of the end of summer but a welcome to fall is the annual kickoff of Supper Sessions of the Avenue... [Read More]
In what has been a crazy past few weeks, I'm here to report a few changes being made here at Philadelphia Weekly. [Read More]
Right around spring, the folks at Art in the Age, introduced Eau de Musc, a sipping bourbon derived from the castor sacs of beavers right... [Read More]
I truly don't believe Michael White went looking for trouble the night he encountered Sean Schellenger. [Read More]
So I'm a part of this community Facebook forum that I will not name because I don't want to lose my access and also because... [Read More]
In the aftermath of the four-alarm fire that ravaged a scrapyard in Kensington last week, one that was riddled with violations from the city's Licenses... [Read More]
Everyone in the music biz now knows Mt. Joy. [Read More]
Students, welcome to college in the City of Brotherly Love. [Read More]
They filed in and filled the room. [Read More]
On the EL once, I watched a guy approach a young woman standing by the door. [Read More]
In addition to summer, this week marks the rollout of Philadelphia's sprawling network of city pools. [Read More]
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