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What's up with...Holmesburg

Holmesburg is a Northeast neighborhood and site of Pennypark Park. The popular barbecue joint, Sweet Lucy’s Smokehouse serves up plenty of comfort food to the neighborhood.

Historic sites in Holmesburg include the Pennypack Theatre building and the oldest surviving bridge in the nation that is still in use, the Frankford Avenue Bridge.

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