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Passyunk Square / East Passyunk

Beautification has been a priority here, where some of the city's most creative risk-takers are setting up shop. Community gardens and tree-planting have welcomed more than 200 shops and businesses, many of which have contributed to the neighborhood's growing reputation among foodies, fashionistas and art lovers. The East Passyunk Business Improvement District promotes it all, helping shoppers find everything from comic books to local soaps.

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First Friday on Frankford Avenue

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