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 22, 2018

Entertainment

Comic-Con reveals trailers for two Philly-related concepts, 'Glass' and 'Disenchantment'

This weekend the annual San Diego Comic-Con finally kicked off, giving way to dozens of highly anticipated trailers and previews -- including a couple projects with Philadelphia connections.

July 19, 2018

Entertainment

Abbi Jacobson talks new Netflix series from 'Simpsons' creator Matt Groening, 'Disenchantment'

Netflix is counting down to the August premiere of "Disenchantment," a new animated series from "Simpsons" and "Futurama" creator Matt Groening starring "Broad City" co-creator (and Main Line native) Abbi Jacobson.

July 19, 2018

Wawa

Woman seeks apology, investigation after being mistaken for Wawa shoplifter, company sends gift card

A woman shopping at a Wawa in Williamstown, New Jersey wants an apology from the convenience store chain after being mistaken for a shoplifter in a potentially racially charged incident.

July 19, 2018

Business

AEG Presents, the company behind Coachella, now owns the Firefly Festival

AEG Presents, the company behind the Coachella Valley Music and Arts Festival, has a new event in its roster: Dover, Delaware's Firefly Music Festival.

July 18, 2018

Entertainment

Check out outtakes from Kevin Hart, Charles Barkley in 'SNL' blooper reel

"Saturday Night Live" relives some of the this season's highlights (and lowlights) in a new blooper reel that features Philly native Kevin Hart, former Sixer Charles Barkley and other hosts from Season 43.

July 18, 2018

Travel

NAACP drops travel advisory against American Airlines

American Airlines, for which the Philadelphia International Airport is the carrier's fourth largest hub, is free of a travel advisory from the NAACP. The civil-rights group issued the advisory last October after a series of incidents involving potential racial bias.

July 17, 2018

Food & Drink

Here's how to get free wine at this popular Rittenhouse café

Metropolitan Cafe & Pizza, the Rittenhouse eatery that shares a wall and a name with Metropolitan's flagship bakery outpost, is offering diners another reason to order: free wine.

July 17, 2018

Development

New interior renderings of Met Philadelphia show the 110-year-old opera house reimagined

The Philadelphia Metropolitan Opera House, which has stood vacant on North Broad Street for decades, is reopening this December as a Live Nation venue. Today we finally have an idea of what it will look like inside.

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.

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