5 hours ago

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Food to Bring Home!

    Mrs. Finkelstein is asking for $183.02:
    My students need Life Essential Healthy foods such as pretzels, popcorn, crackers and two healthy snack care packages.
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment
  • First Graders Need Life Essential Healthy Snacks!

    Mrs. Finkelstein is asking for $159.65:
    My students need Life Essential Healthy Snacks such as water, crackers, popcorn, and a Variety Pack Bundle Assortment.
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment

13 hours ago

Five Homes at Howard & Cecil B

But we were entirely off base! It turns out that 1701 N. Howard St. isn't a small residential lot, but in fact it stretches all the way to...

    Five Homes at Howard & Cecil B
    There's a zoning notice posted on the northeast corner of N. Howard Street and Cecil B. Moore Avenue that we foolishly assumed, at first glance, meant that developers were planning a new home at this corner.
    http://www.ocfrealty.com

29 hours ago

29 hours ago

  • It's Getting Hot in Here

    Ms. Eckman is asking for $156.14:
    My students need towels and sunscreen to protect their skin during the summer.
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment

39 hours ago

Lisa Guenst (BSCRP '13) Wins Big at Be Your Own Boss Bowl

2001 North 13th Street

    Lisa Guenst (BSCRP '13) Wins Big at Be Your Own Boss Bowl
    Lisa Guenst (MS CRP '13) won the Upper Track prize yesterday at the Be Your Own Boss Bowl hosted by Temple's Innovation and Entrepreneurship Institute.  Lisa invented the ToothShower, which she d
    https://tyler.temple.edu

45 hours ago

Updated April 27th

Apr. 27-          Green Party of Phila. holds Membership Mtg. at Shissler Rec, 1800 Blair St., 7 p.m.

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Apr. 27-          Committee to Re-elect State Rep. John Taylor hosts Historical Site Cigar & Wine Tasting at Colonial Dames of Phila., 1630 Latimer St., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tickets $250. Sponsorships available.

Apr. 27-          Rebecca Womack and Fair Districts PA host “End Gerrymandering & Redistricting” Event at USciences, Griffith Ha. C, 600 S. 43rd St., 7-8:30 p.m.

Apr. 27-          State Rep. Stephen Kinsey hosts “State of the State” town hall mtg. at 2nd Macedonia Bapt. Ch., 1301 W. Ruscomb St., 6-8 p.m. State & city elected officials & administrators. For info: (215) 849-6592.

Apr. 28-          Mt. Hebron Bapt. Ch. Hosts Free Community Day at Church Ha., 1417 Wharton St., 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Items for kids, ladies, men, home, etc. Free to all. Bring shopping bags & carts. For info: 215) 336-8163.

Apr.28-           Ohio Gov. John Kasich is featured at Speaker Series, Mus. of American Revolution, 101 S 3rd St., 6-7 p.m.

Apr. 29-          AARP, with several elected officials host Shredding at Prince Hall Masonic Lodge, 4301 N. Broad St., 10 a.m.-2 p.m. Free. All items must be in paper bags. For info: 1 (866) 389-5654.

Apr. 29-          12th Ward, 23rd Div. hosts Community Breakfast at Wissahickon Boys & Girls Cl., 328 W. Coulter St., 10 a.m.-12 m. For info: Jeff Templeton www.jefftempleton.com.

Apr. 29-          United Voices for Phila. hosts DA Candidates Forum at CCP, 1700 Spring Garden St., 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Apr. 29-          DA Candidates Forum is held at CCP, 1600 Spring Garden St., 11 a.m.-1:30 p.m.

Apr. 29-          Grands as Parents hosts Skating Party at Carmen Skating Rink, 3226 Germantown Ave., 4 p.m.

Apr. 29-          Marissa Brumbach is hosted Beef & Beer Salute at Vikings New Year’s Cl., 1815 S. 11th St., 2nd fl., 7-11 p.m. $30 ticket at door.

Apr. 29-          Congressman Dwight Evans hosts Birthday Party Pre-Election Fundraiser at Hilton City Li. Hot., 4200 City Ave., VIP Reception7:30-8:30 p.m., Party 8:30 p.m.-12:30 a.m. Patrons $70, Supporters $100, Friends $250, Sponsors $1,000, Hosts $2,500. For info: Mary Kate (215) 242-3213.

May 2-            Women for Vikki host judicial candidate Vikki Kristiansson Fundraiser at Pipeline Philly, 30 S. 15th St., 15th fl., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Sponsors $500, Hosts $250, Co-Hosts $100, Friends $75. RSVP: bit.ly/womenforvikki or Melissa (215) 251-0585.

May 2-            Judge Lucretia Clemons is hosted Cocktail Reception at Pyramid Cl., 1735 Market St., 51st fl., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Hors d’oeuvres. Contribution levels $1,000, $250, $100. For info: www.lucretia4judge.com.

...Rep. Mike Driscoll & Mike McAllister host Cocktail Reception for Judge Vincent Melchiorre at Ashburner Inn, 8400 Torresdale Ave., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tickets $50; Friends $200, Hosts $500, Supporters $12,000...

...500, Supporters $12,000, Patrons $2,500. Payable to “Committee to Elect Vince Melchiorre Judge,” 1600 Locust St., Phila., PA 19103. RSVP: Taylor Daukaus (267) 671-7208 or judgemelchiorre@gmail.com...

May 2-            Greater N.E. Chamber of Commerce hosts DA Candidate Debate at Cottage Green, 9001 Ashton Rd., 7-9 p.m.

May 3-            State Rep. Morgan Cephas hosts Senor Chat ’N Chew at Mt. Carmel Bapt. Ch., 5732 Race St., 1:30-3:30 p.m. Medical screenings, government info. For info: (215) 879-6625.

May 3-            State Sen. Vincent Hughes hosts Fundraiser at South Kitchen & Jazz Parlor, 600 N. Broad St., 5-7 p.m. For info: Greta at (215) 251-0585 or Greta@RittenhousePolitical.com.

May 3-            Judicial candidate Leon Goodman is hosted Happy Hour at Ladder 15, 1528 Sansom St., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Young Professionals $50, Guests $100, Friends $250, Sponsors $500. Payable to “Goodman for Judge,” 1515 Market St., Stu. 1200, Phila., PA 19102. Or http://goodmanforjudge.com/donate/.

May 3-            Judicial candidate Leon Goodman is hosted Happy Hour at Ladder 15, 1528 Sansom St., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Young Professionals $50, Guests $100, Friends $250, Sponsors $500. Payable to “Goodman for Judge,” 1515 Market St., Stu. 1200, Phila., PA 19102. Or http://goodmanforjudge.com/donate/.

May 3–            Mike Cibik & Monika Czapla host reception for Judge Vincent Furlong at 334 S. Front St., 6-9 p.m. Cocktails and hors d’oeuvres. Sponsors $100, higher sponsorships available. Checks payable to “Judge Furlong Election Committee.”

May 3-            Joseph J. Kelly hosts Fundraiser for judicial candidate George Twardy at 1925 Lounge, 111 S. 17th St., 6-8 p.m. Sponsorship levels $250, $500, $1,000 & $2,500.

May 3-            Liguori Acad. hosts “Boundless Celebration” at Sheet Metal Workers Union Ha., 1301 S. Columbus Blvd., 6-9 p.m. MC Joe Piscopo. Concert performance by Hall of Famer Don Felder. 2017 Boundless Award to be given Bernie Parent. Tickets online: www.liquoriacademy.org.

May 5-            Sid Booker & Sheriff Jewell Williams host Candidates Meet & Greet Night at Club LaPointe, Broad St. & Belfield Ave., 5:30-8 p.m. Meet elected celebrities as well.

May 6-            State Sen. Anthony Williams State Rep. Joanna McClinton host Shredding Event at Cobbs Ck. Shopping Ctr., 58th St. & Baltimore Ave., 10 a.m.-1 p.m. For info: (215) 492-2980 or (215) 748-6712.

May 6-            36th Ward Community Progressives host Candidates Meet & Greet at Amer. Legion, 1944 Federal St., 6-9 p.m. Candidates $25.

May 9-            Republican City Committee hosts Spring Cocktail Party at Romano’s Catering, 1523 E. Wingohocking St., 6-8 p.m. Tickets $125, Sponsors $500. Checks payable to “Phila. Republican City Committee,” 3525 Cottman Ave., Phila., PA 19149.

May 9-            Republican City Committee hosts Spring Cocktail Party at Romano’s Catering, 1523 E. Wingohocking St., 6-8 p.m. Tickets $125, Sponsors $500. Checks payable to “Phila. Republican City Committee,” 3525 Cottman Ave., Phila., PA 19149.

...2,000, Benefactors $2,500+. $8 parking for attendees. Payable to “Friends of Rania Major,” 1806 Kater St., Phila., PA 19146. RSVP: Ryan Murphy (610) 509-4406...

May 9-            Councilman David Oh & Small Business Council host Judicial Candidates at Saigon Maxim, 612 Washington Ave., 6:30-8:30 p.m. Public invited.

May 10-          Marissa Brumbach is hosted Fundraiser at 1518 Bar & Grill, 1518 Sansom St., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Complimentary drinks & buffet. Guests $$50, Bronze $100, Silver $250...

...Gold $500, Platinum $1,000, Titanium $1,500. Payable to “Committee to Elect Marissa Brumbach,” 2408 S. Jessup St., Phila., PA 19148 or at door. For info: Karen Sugarman (215) 370-1423(c) or...

May 10-          Lawrence Bozzelli is hosted Fundraiser at Mace’s Crossing, 1714 Cherry St., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Donations $75. For info: (267) 251-7822.

May 11–          Tacony Holmesburg Town Watch meets at Tacony Baptist Ch., 4715 Disston St., 7 p.m. Candidates welcome.

May 14-          Paul “Earthquake” Moore hosts Weekend of Peace at Elmwood Skating Rink, Friday 8-11 p.m. and at Motorcycle Ride for Peace, beginning at Broad St. & Pattison Ave., Saturday 11 a.m.

May 18-          Union League Armed Services Council hosts Armed Forces Day Lunch at 140 S. Broad St., 11:30 a.m. Anthony Carrelli, Pa. Adjutant Gen’l, guest speaker. Tickets $40.

May 20-          State Rep. Joanna McClinton hosts Community Day at Add B. Anderson ES, 1034 S. 60th St., 10 a.m.-3 p.m. Parade for peace, health screenings & info, entertainment, children’s activities. For info: (215) 748-6712.

May 24-          City & State PA hosts “PA Power 100 2017” at SugarHouse Casino Event Ctr., 1001 N. Delaware Ave., 5:30 p.m. Open bar, hors d’oeuvres. Tickets $55, 4-pack $195, Power...

Jun. 9-            State Rep. Stephen Kinsey hosts Senior Fair at Ctr. in the Park, 5818 Germantown Ave., 10 a.m.-2 p.m. State & local agencies, health-care providers, volunteer opportunities, screenings, giveaways & prizes. For info (215) 849-6592.

Jun. 11-12-     Indigenous Muslim Sisters hosts Nat’l Reunion at Int’l Ho., 3701 Chestnut St. Tickets $50. For info and tickets: Aisha (443) 851-9212, Saeedah (215) 828-1969, Majeedah (215) 778-2748, Ayesha (979) 319-2983.

Jun. 22-          Tribute to Commissioner Lisa Deeley is held at Field House, 1150 Filbert St., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tickets $250 up. RSVP deeleyforphilly.com.

    Updated April 27th
    Apr. 27- Committee to Re-elect State Rep. John Taylor hosts Historical Site Cigar & Wine Tasting at Colonial Dames of Phila., 1630 Latimer St., 5:30-7:30 p.m. Tickets $250. Sponsorships available. Apr. 27- Rebecca Womack and Fair Districts PA host "End Gerrymandering & Redistricting" Event at USciences, Griffith Ha. C, 600 S.
    http://www.phillyrecord.com

2 days ago

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      1400 Block N. Broad St. April 22, 2017 @ 3:55 p.m. Comment

2 days ago

Water Resources Association Tribute to Jeff Featherstone

2001 North 13th Street

    Water Resources Association Tribute to Jeff Featherstone
    Lynn Mandarano, Associate Professor and Chair of the Planning and Community Development department, was invited to deliver a tribute to Dr. Jeffrey Featherstone at the Water Resources Association of t
    https://tyler.temple.edu

2 days ago

Art of the Protest: Using Salvaged Materials to Speak Out!

1701 n. 2nd street

    Art of the Protest: Using Salvaged Materials to Speak Out!
    Have you heard about the Art of the Protest workshop series? Mural Arts Philadelphia in partnership with The Kimmel Center for the Performing Arts has been co leading a series of panels and workshops with Signs of Solidairty encouraging people to make powerful and creative statements that ignite social change through support of local, national, and global causes.
    http://www.theresourceexchange.org

3 days ago

525 W Girard Ave, Philadelphia, PA 19123 posted 1 photo to Fotella:

3 days ago

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Clean Clothes Wanted

    Ms. Eckman is asking for $167.36:
    My students need laundry supplies to take home to keep their uniforms clean.
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment
  • Healthy Habits

    Ms. Eckman is asking for $158.61:
    My students need basic first aid items and pain relief to send home.
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment

4 days ago

countfeed posted 2 photos to Flickr:

4 days ago

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • To Infinity and Beyond!

    Mrs. Carman is asking for $173.88:
    My students need books on planets, a star sky night lamp and two 3-D solar system models to complete a thematic unit study on the solar system!
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment
  • Kensington Football

    Mr. Ryan is asking for $559.94:
    My students need actual game footballs in order to be competitive.
    Kensington Capa High School Comment
  • Food for Thought!

    Ms. Eckman is asking for $163.29:
    My students need cereal and oatmeal so they can have a good breakfast
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment
  • It's Peanut Butter Jelly Time!

    Ms. Eckman is asking for $156.11:
    My students need peanut butter and jelly with crackers to take home.
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment
  • Hygiene Happiness

    Ms. Eckman is asking for $158.85:
    My students need basic hygiene items to keep them clean and healthy!
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment

4 days ago

Sumreen Chaudry (PhD program, Art History) offered two-year Visiting Assistant Professor at Ursinus College

2001 North 13th Street

    Sumreen Chaudry (PhD program, Art History) offered two-year Visiting Assistant Professor at Ursinus College
    Sumreen Chaudry (PhD program, Art HIstory) has been offered and accepted a two-year full-time visiting position at Ursinus College beginning in September 2017.
    https://tyler.temple.edu

4 days ago

Alumna Emily Erb awarded Leonore Annenberg Fellowship

2001 North 13th Street

    Alumna Emily Erb awarded Leonore Annenberg Fellowship
    Tyler graduates continue to make major strides in their work and and forge forward in the art world. For the past 10 years, The Leonore Annenberg Fellowship Fund for the Performing and Visual Arts has given recipients a $50,000 fellowship upon being chosen.
    https://tyler.temple.edu

4 days ago

Summer 2017 Internships for Art History majors!

2001 North 13th Street

    Summer 2017 Internships for Art History majors!
    Laura Dintzis will be an archival intern at the Barnes Foundation You will find Emily Dugan as an Educational Interpretation Intern at the Philadelphia Museum of Art;  Hyemin Ju will be joining
    https://tyler.temple.edu

4 days ago

Monica Anke Hahn (PhD program, Art History) awarded a dissertation fellowship from the Library Company of Philadelphia

2001 North 13th Street

    Monica Anke Hahn (PhD program, Art History) awarded a dissertation fellowship from the Library Company of Philadelphia
    Monica Anke Hahn (ABD, PhD) has been awarded a Dissertation Fellowship for next year from the Library Company of Philadelphia. This is a short-term residency that will fund a month of dedicated resear
    https://tyler.temple.edu

4 days ago

Elisabeth S. Bolman's book reviewed in the NY Review of Books

2001 North 13th Street

    Elisabeth S. Bolman's book reviewed in the NY Review of Books
    Elizabeth S. Bolman's (Art History) new book, The Red Monastery Church: Beauty and Asceticism in Upper Egypt (Yale, 2016) was reviewed by Peter Brown, an eminent scholar of Medieval Studies, for the N
    https://tyler.temple.edu

4 days ago

Kaelin Jewell (PhD program, Art History) to participate in Marzamemi Maritime Heritage Project (summer 2017)

2001 North 13th Street

    Kaelin Jewell (PhD program, Art History) to participate in Marzamemi Maritime Heritage Project (summer 2017)
    Kaelin Jewell will be traveling to Sicily during summer 2017 to participate in the Marzamemi Maritime Heritage Project. Conducted by Stanford University along with Sicily's Soprintendenza del Mare, th
    https://tyler.temple.edu

4 days ago

Past Program: Spring 2017 Beyond the Page public programming features Seeing Stories: Visualizing Sustainable Citizenship.

2001 North 13th Street

    Past Program: Spring 2017 Beyond the Page public programming features Seeing Stories: Visualizing Sustainable Citizenship.
    Andropogon on Sustainable Activism: The Role of Landscape Architects CLICK HERE to watch past program!   Kate Kennen on Phytoremediation: Pollution Purging Plants! CLICK HERE t
    https://tyler.temple.edu

4 days ago

24+ Awesome Things To Do In Philly This Week, April 24-30

Where:New Liberty Distillery, 1431 N. Cadwallader Street

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Where:Various locations including Great Plaza at Penn's Landing, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Various locations including South Kitchen & Jazz Parlor, 600 N. Broad Street

Where:Various locations including Cuba Libre Restaurant & Rum Bar, 10 S. 2nd Street

Where:The Wilma Theater, 265 S. Broad Street

Where:Franklin Field, 235 S. 33rd Street

Where:Various locations including Voyeur Nightclub, 1221 Saint James Street

Where:Academy of Natural Sciences of Drexel University, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway

Where:Prince Theater, 1412 Chestnut Street

Where:Dock Street Brewing Co, 701 S. 50th Street

Where:Cira Green, 80 S. 30th Street

Where:Various locations including Pennovation Center, 3401 Grays Ferry Avenue

Where:Academy of Music, 240 S. Broad Street

Where:Institute of Contemporary Art, 118 S. 36th Street

Where:Various locations including Awbury Arboretum, 1 Awbury Road

Where:Forrest Theatre, 1114 Walnut Street

Where:Various locations including The Belgian Cafe, 601 N. 21st Street

Where:Various locations including Bob and Barbara's Lounge, 1509 South Street

Where:Various locations including Time, 1315 Sansom Street

Where:Yards Brewing Company, 901 N. Delaware Avenue

    25 Awesome Things To Do In Philly This Week
    Photo by M. Fischetti for Visit Philadelphia A blockbuster week in Philly brings the NFL Draft, the Philadelphia Science Festival, Penn Relays and so much more... The Philadelphia Science Festival continues this week with a number of great events across the city.
    http://www.uwishunu.com

4 days ago

NFL Draft in Philly: If every NFL team were a Philadelphia bar

Where: 1356 N. Front St.

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Where: 1526 Packer Ave.

Where: 433 Chestnut St.

Where: 1901 S. 9th St.

Where: 138 S. 2nd St.

Where: 347 S. 13th St.

Where: 1113-31 Market St.

Where: 1501 Spruce St.

Where: 1100 Pattison Ave.

Where: 1001 N. 2nd St.

Where: 261 S 21st St.

Where: 100 E. Girard Ave.

Where: 111 Cotton St.

Where: 1528 Sansom St.

Where: 1200 E. Passyunk Ave.

Where: 200 S. Broad St.

Where: 1500 Locust St.

Where: 258 S. 15th St.

Where: 259 S. 15th St.

Where: 1717 Arch St.

Where: 1210 Frankford Ave.

Where: 1020 Race St.

Where: 1511 Locust St.

Where: This wine bar doesn’t actually exist but it was once located at 1000 Frankford Ave.

Where: 1600 Arch St.

Where: 2331 E. Cumberland St.

    NFL Draft in Philly: If every NFL team were a Philadelphia bar
    The biggest difference between the NFL Draft and the rest of the major events that Philadelphia has hosted might just be how much drinking goes on. Papal pilgrims and DNC staffers don't hold a candle to football fans.
    https://billypenn.com

Apr 22

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Apr 22

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Life Essential Pillows!

    Mrs. Finkelstein is asking for $195.75:
    My students need Life Essential decorative and throw pillows so that they can sleep better.
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment
  • Life Essential Lunches!

    Mrs. Finkelstein is asking for $181.59:
    My students need Life Essentials foods such as peanut butter and jelly and cheese and rice cakes.
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment

Apr 21

EVERYTHING MUST GO - Group Show At Paley Library

2001 North 13th Street

    EVERYTHING MUST GO - Group Show At Paley Library
    Everything Must Go is an interndisciplinary exhibition taking place at Samuel Paley library April 22nd to 29th.  The exhibition began as part of a graduate course in the Sculpture department taug
    https://tyler.temple.edu

Apr 21

Apartments Nixed, Townhomes Instead at 5th & Master

...at some point. Such was the case with a property at the southeast corner of 5th & Master, where we recently spied a banner promoting an upcoming project. We had a nagging feeling...

    Apartments Nixed, Townhomes Instead at 5th & Master
    We've been at this awhile, and we sometimes find ourselves considering some material for a potential post and spending a few minutes trying to remember whether we already covered it at some point. Such was the case with a property at the southeast corner of 5th & Master, where we recently spied a banner promoting an upcoming project.
    http://www.ocfrealty.com

Apr 21

  • Snacks for Scholars

    Ms. Eckman is asking for $156.41:
    My students need snacks and juice to take home for a healthy treat!
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment

Apr 20

The Buzz: Craft Beer, Spirits and Coffee Vendors Take Over the Free Library

  Along with supporting the library, “The Buzz” was also important because it allowed the vendors to directly interact with potential customers, said Tim Patton, founder of St. Benjamin’s Brewing Company at 1710 N. 5th Street.

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  This library fundraising aspect was important to Sarah Flood. She’s a manager at Mugshots Coffeehouse, located at 1925 Fairmount Avenue, and said the services that the Free Library provides are vital.

  Bar Hygge at 1720 Fairmount Avenue, a bar, restaurant and lounge that offers in-house beer, spirits and a focus on neighborhood comfort food, according to its website.

    The Buzz: Craft Beer, Spirits and Coffee Vendors Take Over the Free Library - Spirit News
    Dozens of local craft breweries, coffee shops and other food and beverage companies filled the fourth floor of the Central Branch of the Free Library of Philadelphia Saturday evening. This busy gathering, coined "The Buzz," invited dozens of people to purchase tickets to help support some of the best local breweries, coffee shops and ...
    http://spiritnews.org

Apr 20

crp0821 posted 1 photo to Flickr:

Apr 20

  • Hot Meals for Home

    Ms. Eckman is asking for $183.41:
    My students need access to microwavable meals to enjoy a hot meal at home.
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment

Apr 19

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

  • Biology is Alive

    Ms. Champion is asking for $1120.19:
    My students need hands-on live projects that will require daily attention in order to learn the responsibility of caring for living things like plants and fish.
    Kensington Capa High School Comment
  • Bright Happy Smiles

    Ms. Eckman is asking for $161.16:
    My students need toothbrushes, mouthwash and waterless wisps to keep their teeth and gums healthy.
    William McKinley Elementary School Comment

Apr 18

Artblog features Grimaldi Baez, MFA Printmaking 2015 alum

2001 North 13th Street

    Artblog features Grimaldi Baez, MFA Printmaking 2015 alum
    Listen to his interview as he describes his work as a "Technological Disobedience Teacher" http://www.theartblog.org/2017/04/grimaldi-baez-is-teacher-community-art-practitioner-printmaker-drawi
    https://tyler.temple.edu

Apr 18

crp0821 posted 3 photos to Flickr:

Apr 18

These nearby schools are looking for financial help on DonorsChoose.org:

Apr 17

Bethany Farrell receives Digital Scholarship Center Externship for 2017/8

2001 North 13th Street

    Bethany Farrell receives Digital Scholarship Center Externship for 2017/8
    Bethany Farrell receives Digital Scholarship Center Externship for 2017/8
    https://tyler.temple.edu

Apr 17

Meet Your Board Candidates

...served me well in my current volunteer roles: president of the Friends of Rodriguez Library (6th & Girard) and member of the Friends of Moffett School...

    Meet Your Board Candidates
    The time is coming to vote for your board! As an owner, you have the opportunity and responsibility to vote for our Board of Directors, an important governing body of the Co-op. Voting in the election for the Board of Directors is one way to effect change in the store that you own.
    http://www.kcfc.coop

Apr 16

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