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Immediate Opening Sales advisers for Costco location: (Sanatoga, Bucks County & MORE!)

Costco Locations: Sanatoga, Bucks County, King of Prussia & Montgomerville Are you passionate about health, nutrition & fitness? If the answer is yes, then this is the job for you! To apply please visit link below: [...]

Choose Your Own Schedule With Lyft: Up to $35/hr + Tips

Lyft is changing the way we get around our cities, and we need your help to make it happen. Lyft drivers choose their own hours, drive their own car, and get paid. Apply to drive today -- you could be on the road within a week! Why Drive With Lyft? & [...]

Royal Izakaya - Hiring Servers

Royal Sushi & Izakaya is looking for passionate and dedicated servers to join our opening staff! If you are interested in working with us please reply to this with your resume and we will be in touch to setup an interview.

Animal Care And Customer Service (Lahaska)

Bucks County SPCA is currently accepting applications for a Part time Animal Care Attendant at our Lahaska location. This position will require you to perform kennel work and various office duties. A driver's license is required. Duties include and a [...]

STEM Educator (Millenium Skate World)

STEM EDUCATOR FOR FAMILY ENTERTAINMENT CENTER Millennium Skate World, located at 1900 Carman Street in Camden, New Jersey, is now hiring exciting and dynamic educators to join our groundbreaking STEM education program. Our educators build, refine, a [...]

Reported Issues In Philadelphia (

Overgrown bushes on sidewalk

Address: 6031 Morton St Philadelphia, PA 19144, USA
Rating: 1

There are long grass patches growing over the sidewalk of the house on the corner of E Walnut Lane and Morton ave. It is next door to a daycare center and walking children back and forth to the center is made extremely difficult and treacherous. This type of environment allows mosquitoes and ticks to thrive.

Report trash, litter and dumping in your neighborhood

Address: Kensington Av & Somerset St Philadelphia, PA
Rating: 6

Junkies night and day and especially when kids are going to and from school selling and highly soliciting drug sales with litter of needles everywhere. a disgrace!


Address: 5015 North Fairhill Street Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
Rating: 3

Local juveniles vandalizing, (tearing up terracotta tiles along rooftop perimeter smashing them onto roof into smaller pieces and throwing them into the parking garage complex courtyard where people are present; spray painting rooftop and adjacent building at 5013 N.Fairhill St. verticle wall). Features

This Summer I Have Listened To Big Thief’s “Masterpiece” No Less Than 300 Times


This summer, there is one song that I have listened to more than any other, and it’s this one, “Masterpiece” by Big Thief. I could not give over the exact reason — I believe this is one of those songs that hits one’s own emotional register with a knockout punch of oblique spiritual truth that feels like, and thus is, a kind of release. But I can, at least, talk about what’s going on in “Masterpiece,” and why Big Thief is my favorite new band in a very long time. 

“Masterpiece” rips open with a guitar chord straight out of every FM rock radio dream you’ve ever had, peeling out a gravelly cloud of roadside dirt and dust and then does an almost counter-intuitive thing: It gets really, really personal. The lyric picks up almost mid-conversation and drops you down in something out of one of those Dirty Realism stories from the 1980s. You’re in a diner with your dearest friend where confidences are being exchanged with desperate finality, even if it is the desperate finality of nothing changing. 

"You whisper to a restless ear, 'can you get me out of here?
This place smells like piss and beer, can you get me out?'
You were asking me, how to get you free
I only know the recipe to roam”

Embedded in here is the thing that drew you to glam, that said fuck yeah to riot grrl, that got you all-in on Lucinda: A fierceness that punches its way out of a house of fragile cards. Live, Big Thief does the same exact thing as the songs on the Masterpiece album do — and they all do some version of this — with frontwoman Adrianne Lenker at the helm while guitarist Buck Helm does some of the most give-no-fucks Richard Thompson scraping you’ve ever heard. (Full disclosure: I opened for these guys about six months ago, and they blew me off the stage and into reverent fandom immediately.) 

"Old friends, old mothers, dogs and brothers,” goes the valedictory lyric in “Masterpiece,” and all of that is conjured in as real a way as any Springsteen song. But there’s no romance of the working class here, no nostalgia or teary eyes. Instead, there’s a toughness that you’re gonna need in these strange days of fear and maligned hope. Maybe that’s why I can’t stop listening to it. Maybe everybody could use a little bit of that right now. 

Big Thief open for Boogarins at the Boot & Saddle on Saturday, July 30th.

Then There Was The Time We Handed Byko's Ass To Him On Twitter

If we're to be honest, we're still Foghorn Leghorning the shit out of the dude. You should, too. It feels great.

WATCH: Cory J. Popp's Video Recap Of RIDE DNC

What began as a lark for organizers Maria Lily and Alexandria Schneider a few months back blossomed into a full-blown massive event last night, as the Ride DNC bike ride traversed the length of Broad Street, from Cheltenham down to South Philly. Hundreds of riders — to the tune of 750-1000, according to Schneider — showed up, and in a week that has been grasping for some kind of magic, well, this counts a lot. See you all next on Sept. 24 for #OpenStreetsPHL?

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Medical Office Space Available

Rancocas Valley Professional Arts Building: Medical Office Space Available


3AB - 1644 SF 

3CD - 1644 SF  

Medical Office Space Available in a thriving Medical Arts Building on Hospital Campus Located in Willingboro, NJ minutes from the NJ Turnpike, I-295 and the Route 130 Corridor, the Rancocas Valley Professional Arts Building sits on a bustling hospital campus, and is home to a variety of specialties.

Call 267-242-5628 for more information.

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