NEast Philly is proud to announce its newest page – the Directory!
All the information you need – phone numbers, addresses, maps, etc. – for every resource in the Northeast is in one place. We’ve got the complete list of library branches, post offices, hospitals, rec centers and more, including where they’re located and how to contact them. continue reading »
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Put this in the never-trust-a-weather-report category.
6ABC says the weather tomorrow will be as temperate as 70, with the high at 74.
CBS3′s forecast, like Weather.com‘s, says 90 or more. Who’s right? I guess we’ll find out tomorrow.
Who is your favorite weather person? Anyone you trust? Who don’t you?
We’re in Washington, D.C. for the inauguration! Founder and Editor Shannon McDonald will be in D.C. until Wednesday covering Obama’s presidential inauguration.
Look for more NEast news on NEastPhilly.com and expect continuing coverage from D.C.
Are you going to the inauguration? Are you celebrating it? Let us know your plans. Leave a comment or e-mail NEast Mag to let us know what you’re doing.
Some changes are coming to NEastphilly.com.
We’ve got a few new interns we’re excited to introduce you to in the coming weeks, and they’ll bring with them more coverage and newer content.
Keep an eye out for our restaurant column, scheduled to run every other Thursday. Our food columnist will review NEast eateries and tell you which ones have the best deals, which offer the most diverse menus, and which are best to avoid.
We’ll also feature a profile on a NEast guy who just released his first album. You can read about his journey to the debut and get a taste of his music.
There’s much more to look forward to on NEastPhilly in 2009!
Wanna contribute to NEastPhilly or tell us about something you think needs more attention? Contact us here.
Happy New Year from NEast!
Whether you celebrated with fireworks and champagne or sweats and a DVD, we hope you enjoyed the last night of 2008.
Now that it’s officially 2009, we’re only about 10 months away from the much-anticipated debut issue of NEast Magazine. Stick with us for coverage, and good luck with those New Years Resolutions.
To all our readers:
Happy Holidays from NEast Magazine! Thanks for following us so far, we look forward to bringing you more from NEastPhilly.com and NEast Mag.
We’re taking a short break for the holiday, posting will resume next week.
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NEastPhilly.com is looking for writers to contribute online content for NEast Magazine. Topics vary from news to entertainment, crime to gossip. We need dedicated writers to cover Northeast Philly’s local news.
Writers who work for NEastPhilly.com may have a future with NEast Magazine’s print publication, set to launch in Fall 2009.
Some experience and connection to the Northeast is preferred, but not required. Those interested can view more details and review the application process here.
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