I am in need of someone - maybe a high school or college student - that can give me 3-5 hours per week to help wtih postings for Craigslist. Hours are flexible and the work is to be done remotely. $10 per hour. Do you know anyone that can help me?
All that rain we had this week was snow in the the mountains of NY where I was able to get two fun days on the mountain (Tuesday and Wednesday). More than a foot of a heavy/dense snow that was a great base but hopefully some better quality storms are in the immediate future. If anyone is looking to get in some turns next week, I am thinking of heading back up for a couple of days - can you work remotely? Free place to stay/work and midweek lift tickets are reasonable. For the season, keep an eye on the 5 day forecast for the area - when you see a storm, plan ahead. For those thinking a more organized trip would be of interest, we are close to selling out the 2nd bus for Killington in January and there is a Telluride trip at the end of February.: http://phillytrips.com/upcoming-trips/.
One topic that I have been following closely is the idea of Philadelphia becoming an energy hub. With the old Sunoco infrastructure and additional resources Philadelphia posesses along with the Marcellus Shale boom, Philly could explode - with jobs and/or possibly from a gas explosion. :) This article is an interesting read on the topic. - Mark
A) Wing Bowl tickets on sale
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A) Councilman honors Eagles' Fight Song
A) PHL International Airport returns to list of healthiest airports
B) Why new ridesharing startup Tripda is safe in Philly, for now
C) NY Times: Hotel Review: Radisson Blu Warwick Hotel, Philadelphia
A) Northern Liberties Among the Most Hipster Neighborhoods in the World
B) Camden escapes most-dangerous status - on technicality