Marielle Mondon


Marielle Mondon is a web curator at She is based in Philadelphia, and her previous writing can be found on and, among other news sites. Marielle has a degree in English and creative writing from George Washington University and a master's degree in journalism from Columbia University. She also is a dual citizen of the United States and France.

January 23, 2019


Body of missing Lambertville man found in frozen pool in New Hope

New Hope police and county detectives are investigating after the body of a missing Lambertville man was found encased in a frozen-over New Hope pool.

January 23, 2019


GQ, Pitchfork and Condé Nast's 19 other magazines will have website paywalls by 2020

All 21 magazine brands under the Condé Nast umbrella will have paywalls on their websites by the end of 2019, according to a staff memo from company CEO Bob Sauerberg released Wednesday.

January 23, 2019


Broad Street's Illegal Tacos has a new name after year of backlash

The Broad Street taco shop heretofore known as Illegal Tacos is changing its name to Tacodelphia following more than a year of backlash and some protests.

January 22, 2019


Here's how to watch this morning's Oscar nominations

The nominations for the biggest award show of the year, the 2019 Academy Awards, will be announced by Kumail Nanjiani and Tracee Ellis Ross.

January 22, 2019

Food & Drink

Saxbys coffee roastery headed for Point Breeze later this year

A new lease in South Philly will bring the coffee-making process home for Saxbys, which will begin roasting its own beans after more than a decade working with a Seattle roaster.

January 22, 2019


Two years after hazing death, Penn State launches multimillion-dollar, Greek life research center

A research center studying Greek life is opening at Pennsylvania State University, named after Timothy Piazza, a fraternity pledge who died during a night of hazing almost two years ago, in February 2017 at the age of 19.

January 22, 2019


The 2019 Oscar nominations are here: "Roma" and "The Favourite" lead the pack

The 2019 Oscar nominations have been revealed and "The Favourite" and "Roma" lead the way the group with ten nominations each.

January 21, 2019


Old City apartment building evacuated following two-alarm fire

Seven people are displaced following a two-alarm fire in Old City that occurred over the weekend.

January 21, 2019


Federal Donuts is offering free coffee, doughnuts for government workers during shutdown

Government employees can enjoy a free coffee and doughnut from Federal Donuts once a day from now until the shutdown ends.

January 21, 2019

Public Art

South Philly playground welcomes city's first statue of an African-American girl

The Smith Playground in South Philadelphia will soon be home to the city's first statue depicting an African-American girl.

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