@GeneMarks: I write for The Philadelphia Inquirer. Downtown Philly used to be a dead zone; now it’s teeming with people at all hours. It's halfway between DC & New York; is home to the PA Silicon Valley, & you can still get a pitcher of beer for $5
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@GeneMarks: I write for The Philadelphia Inquirer. Downtown Philly used to be a dead zone; now it’s teeming with people at all hours. Further, it's halfway between DC and New York —and is home to the Pennsylvania Silicon Valley. Here, you can still get a pitcher of beer for five bucks. Hiring is speeding up nati9nally. Philadelphia Is the City of the Year!
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