With Smoke Shops on virtually every corner of South Street, the competition is fierce. Business is always tight with managers aimlessly searching for new selling techniques and rare glass imports, while keeping a close eye on their counterparts. Nothing is different at the Philly based Matchbox headshop, except for the exclusive advantages only their store... Continue Reading →
Mutt Airbrush and Art Supply at 608 S. 4th St. can add some color to your lifestyle. Whether it's a portrait, clothing designs, shoes, helmets, or anything that you think could be airbrushed, Mutt has mastered them all and most of his work can be perfected in under an hour. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Q9VlKhZN2as&feature=youtu.be
Patty Clark sits and chats about her career at the Diner and how the Diner has brought life to South St. and how South St. sheds light on the Diner.
For Tom O’Connor, June 27, 2012 started out as just another delightful summer morning as he opened the doors of the famous Lorenzo & Sons Pizza that had been sitting on the 300 block of South Street since 1988. Around 10:25 a.m. that particular Wednesday morning, a fire sent the entire place up in a... Continue Reading →
Emerson Max, a junior journalism student at Temple University, plans on taking an in-depth look into the lives of the homeless throughout the city of Philadelphia. You see, Max comes from a small town in North Jersey called Union County and for a suburban kid, college in the big city can be a bit of... Continue Reading →