Marielle Mondon

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Marielle Mondon is a web curator at PhillyVoice.com. She is based in Philadelphia, and her previous writing can be found on Thrillist.com and NextCity.org, 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.

marielle@phillyvoice.com

July 16, 2018

Entertainment

New 'Always Sunny' season will have a Super Bowl LII episode, may feature Jason Kelce

In Season 13 of "It's Always Sunny in Philadelphia" continues, we know at least one thing to expect: The Paddy's Pub crew will be celebrating the Eagles' Super Bowl LII victory.

July 16, 2018

Business

Center City restaurant deals with misplaced outrage over 'Sidewalk Closed' sign

The owner of SouthGate, a popular restaurant straddling Philly's Rittenhouse Square and Graduate Hospital neighborhoods, was left to deal with the aftermath caused by a single Reddit post from a user upset about a "sidewalk closed" sign that actually had nothing to do with the restaurant.

July 16, 2018

Dating

Philly OkCupid users vote on the city's best date bars and make-out spots

As the singles of Philadelphia trudge through the online dating world, regular users of OkCupid have pinpointed exactly the best places to go on a date, whether you're looking to impress on a budget or simply want a comfortable place to conduct PDA.

July 15, 2018

Illness

More than 500 cases of E. coli reported from visitors of ziplining park

Hundreds of visitors to Tennessee's CLIMB Works Zipline Canopy Tour are reporting E. coli infection after visiting the park.

July 15, 2018

SEPTA

New SEPTA program offers alternative for social service agencies used to buying tokens in bulk

SEPTA is launching a Partner Program for Philadelphia social security agencies used to buying tokens in bulk as the transit agency moves forward with SEPTA Key.

July 15, 2018

Politics

The Trump Baby balloon could soon be coming to Philadelphia

The newly infamous Trump Baby balloon could soon be flying high above protestors in Philadelphia.

July 14, 2018

Wawa

The Broad Street Wawa is no longer open 24 hours

The Wawa at Broad and Walnut Streets, which has been a 24-hour location since opening in 2015, is changing its hours.

July 14, 2018

Food & Drink

Team behind KOP, Princeton restaurants expands to Fishtown with new seafood concept

The team behind Mistral, the popular Princeton restaurant with a more recent outpost in King of Prussia, is venturing into the Philadelphia market with aether, a seafood-focused Fishtown restaurant slated for 1832 Frankford Ave.

July 14, 2018

Business

Target throws shade at Amazon Prime Day, starts its own one-day sale

In a throw of not-at-all subtle shade toward Amazon, Target is rolling out its own day of rare sales that will coincide with next week's Amazon Prime Day.

July 12, 2018

Food & Drink

A beachy outdoor bar lounge is opening near the Rail Park

On the heels of the Rail Park's first installment opening, the people behind the Trestle Inn, the retro whiskey and go-go bar on Spring Garden, are opening a brand new, seasonal outdoor lounge called The Patio at Spring Arts. 

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