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Best Place For/To ...
Biggest, Tallest, etc. (other superlatives)
Castles, Mansions, Plantations
Cemeteries, Graves, Burial Grounds
Churches, Cathedrals, Mosques, Synagogues, Temples
Cobain, Kurt; Nirvana
Concerts, Music Festivals
Country Music, Bluegrass
Court Cases, Opinions, Decisions
Crimes & Criminals (real and alleged)
Deaths, Died Here
Diners, Luncheonettes, Automats, etc.
Disasters, Tragedies, Accidents
Dives/Holes in the Wall - In a Good Way
Ethnic (& Regional) Foods/Restaurants
Fires, Fire Companies
First Ever ...
Folk Art, Outsider Art, Folklore
Food Trucks, Carts, Lunch Wagons, Street Food
Ghosts and Spirits, Haunted, Paranormal
Hip Hop, Rap
Historical Societies (entries by)
Homes, Lives or Lived Here
Hotels, Motels, B&Bs, Inns
Inspirational, Role Model
Junk / Junque (in a good way)
Lakes, Ponds, Rivers, Streams
Legends (unverifiable popular stories), Folk Tales
Lyrics (appears in song; inspiration for)
Missile Bases and Sites
Movies, Films, Cinema
Myths and Mythology
Nature (including endangered/threatened, invasive
Neighborhoods, Villages, Towns, etc.
No Longer There
Only, One of a Kind
Photographed / Painted, Locations
Pinball, Classic Arcade Games
Plaques, Markers (real ones)
Preservation / Protection Needed
Railroads, Trains, Subways, Stations
Record Stores, CDs, Audio
Records, Achievements, Measurements
Retail Stores, Malls
Rock and Roll
Sandwiches (non-cheese steak)
Science, Technology, Innovations
Ships, Boats, Marine
Ski Areas (Current & Former)
Solemn Cyber Plaques
Underground Railroad (Slavery/Freedom)
Underground, Subterranean, Tunnels
Worked Here, Employment
Works Progress Administration (WPA)
77 properties found
Unfinished Sympathy video by Massive Attack starts here.
Wong Kim Ark of birthright citizenship case born here 1873.
Security guard and skateboarder clash was here.
Kembrew McLeod wrote much of The Downtown Pop Underground here.
Justice Kavanaugh's Beach Week Condo, 1983
Patti Smith visited Inkwood Books.
Clarence Clemons, Ernest Hemingway & Babe Ruth were here.
Bruce Springsteen rehearsed in garage here, home of David Sancious, on "E Street."
Cape May church was in Philly World's Fair.
Cape May Point
Haddon Heights Post Office Has Original Noguchi
Trenton Speedway on Site of Grounds for Sculptor; Concerts; Black Driver
First College Football Game EVER Was Played Here Nov. 6, 1869
Keystone Watch Case Co. was here.
Did Jackie Robinson sell suits at this Sears?
Marky Ramone likes to eat at Sociale.
Jay-Z lived at and rapped about apartment here.
Mob Leveled a Gay Cruising Spot Here
Members of Angry Homophobic Mob Lived Here
Chagall, Michael Jackson, lived here.
Worst Train Crash in American History, Nov. 1, 1918
Velvet Underground, Studio 54 & Capt. Kangaroo, Same Building?
Playwright Robert Heide lived here in the early 60s.
Lisa Jane Persky, Harry Koutoukas and Yoko Ono lived here.
Bibbe Hansen grew up here.
Peace Eye Bookstore was here. (Ed Sanders; Fugs; Andy Warhol)
Uzzi family Easter photo in New York Times shot here.
Jewish Deli in Philip Roth's "Operation Shylock" - Barney Greengrass, The Sturgeon King
Madonna was coat-check clerk here (Russian Tea Room).
The Mineshaft BDSM club was here. Now it's Sugar Factory.
Florent Restaurant was here.
Bette Midler lives here.
Playwright Harry Koutoukas lived here.
Plaza Sound Studios was here. (Blondie; Ramones)
Bob Dylan Lived and Wrote Here (Cafe Espresso)
F&S, a quintessential dive bar in Allentown, PA
How Rosalie Avenue in Bensalem, PA, Got Its Name
Peter Stone Brown and Ray Benson went to school here.
Did Bob Dylan & Suze Rotolo stay here?
Did Wu-Tang Clan play in Lansdale, PA?
Perfect Foods, maker of Twitzels, was here.
William Henry Hastie Jr. died here.
Did Schoolly-D grow up here?
McCusker's Tavern could have been in Invincible, but declined.
Kermit Gosnell's House of Horrors Was Here
Marty Graham's House of Horror Was Here
Lex Street Massacre was here in 2000.
Tacony Dungeon Was Here
Rittenhouse Coffee Shop facade is saved.
Cadillac Club, where Aretha sang, was here.
Peter Stretch's Corner at the Sign of the Dial - Philadelphia Clockmaker
Philadelphia's first purpose-built mosque: Baitul Aafiyat Mosque. Geographic Center of Philadelphia.
Fresh Prince of Bel Air Playground, from show intro, with Will Smith
Bob Dylan played dodgeball here, Burholme Park, circa 1963.
CPCU Society had its first office here, in this Art Deco building.
Fantasy Lounge Supper Club Was Here
O'Jays Stayed Here
Jewish Daily Forward was here.
Nina Simone was rejected by Curtis Institute of Music; received honorary degree.
Real-life setting for play called Untitled Project #213.
Husker Du played in this rowhouse basement - West Side Club
The Grain Silo Turned Into Apartments - Kenneth Parker Lived Here
William Henry Hastie Jr. Lived Here
Churches once stood across from Pat's and Geno's Steaks.
Building has its own zip code, Trading Places filmed here.
Founders of Phila. Eagles were married here; church is now a circus school.
Old Rose Restaurant Was Here
East Side Club was here.
Solomon Burke was born in a rowhouse here.
Solomon Burke sold newspapers here.
Solomon Burke had a car wash here.
Solomon Burke panhandled here.
New Greater Straightway Baptist Church originally a Byzantine-Moorish style synagogue.
There was once a commune in this old Pipersville PA mansion.
Jones Salvage was on American Pickers
Joe Biden grew up here.
Folk Artist Horace Pippin Lived Here
Birmingham Meeting House in Spring painting by Horace Pippin
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