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Vagina MonoBlogs: Low Blows and Rabbit Punches

We all remember the scene when the malicious Sensei tells his student to sweep the leg.  Johnny hesitates for a brief moment, tosses his golden locks around a bit, but ultimately decides to take his orders and meets Daniel-San back on the mat for the premeditated low-blow.

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WMMR's Preston and Steve Morning Show took on Finnigan's Wake for St. Patrick's Day 2011

After further consideration, I have come to the realization that there are now three guarantees in life: death, taxes, and no matter what day St.

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Slice of Suburbia: Audubon & Mill Grove

A province bordering on the north side of the Schuylkill River and the Valley Forge National Historic Park, Audubon and Mill Grove  have a lot of history, great running or walking trails, stores and shops.

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Christmas, Philadelphia, Santa Norad Tracker, and the art of cramming on Christmas Eve

In the vein of doing something at the last minute, your humble writer from Philly2Philly.com decided to provide you, our readers with a little something to digest on Christmas Eve.

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Fu-Wah Mini-Market Offers a Fresh Alternative for Lunch: The Vietnamese Hoagie

The hoagie is Philadelphia’s second most popular culinary invention. But, like all foods, our favorite sandwich faces innovation over time. And, here in Philly, a well-established and still-growing ethnic group has brought a new spin on an old favorite.  Bahn Mi, or more popularly called a Vietnamese hoagie, is a sandwich specialty that combines meat or tofu on a soft roll with a mixture of carrots, onions, cucumbers, cilantro, mayo and jalapeno peppers. And it’s available at a variety of restaurants and small shops in the city’s many Vietnamese pockets. 

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