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Four Homes Coming to Philip Street

The Paul Rabinowitz Glass Factory at 1401-15 N. American St., a building that sits across the street from Crane Arts, will soon get an earring...

Standing in front of the parcel, at the corner of American & Master, you can see development taking place at various points around you. While building has yet...

...around you. While building has yet to start, the yellow concrete garage that stood at 1500 N. American, a block north at Jefferson, as early as this spring, is demolished now. In its...

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...proposal from Momentum Development, a group that has done other projects in the area, like 924-28 New Market St. in Northern Liberties. Developers began the community process this spring, and tweaked designs a small...

    Four Homes Coming to Philip Street
    The Paul Rabinowitz Glass Factory at 1401-15 N. American St., a building that sits across the street from Crane Arts, will soon get an earring of sorts, in the form of four new homes. The new units will face the alley-sized N. Philip St., replacing a large vacant lot on the block.
    http://www.ocfrealty.com

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Fringe Picks!

...pop iconography and absurdity. Sept. 10-13, 17-20, $30-$40, Opera in the City, 1526 North American St. —Mark Cofta

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...and give it new life? Sept. 3-12, $20, Venice Island Performing Arts & Recreation Center, 7 Lock St. —Mark Cofta

...a shared experience between actor and audience.” Through Sat., Sept. 5, $15, Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre, 2111 Sansom St. —Mark Cofta

...maybe we’ll have some kind of answer. Sept. 11-20, $15, Ruba Club Studios, 416 Green St. —Mark Cofta

...revealing the timeless qualities of overlooked works of importance. Sept. 1-20, $25, Physick House, 321 South Fourth St. —Mark Cofta

...under any circumstances, stray from the path. Sept. 9-13, 15-19, $20, FDR Park, 1500 Pattison Ave. —Mark Cofta

...really no gimmick. You’ve been warned. Now go. Sept. 4-13, $15, Headlong Studios, 1170 S. Broad St. —Mark Cofta

...all up close and personal at the Adobe Café. Sept. 9-14, $10, Adobe Café, 1919 E. Passyunk Ave. —Mark Cofta

...is donating pro­ceeds to medical charities. Sept. 10-19, $10, The People’s House, 1323 Mifflin St. —Mark Cofta

...make The Light Princess a Neighborhood Fringe must-see. Sept. 11-13, $10, Lantern Theater, 923 Ludlow St. —Mark Cofta

...a nice invitation to keep your mind and ears open. Sept. 19, $15, Performance Garage, 1515 Brandywine St. —Deni Kasrel

...a state we experience in our daily lives. Sept. 9-19, $25-$35, Latvian Society, 531 N. Seventh St. —Deni Kasrel

...but ultimately hopeful.” Sept. 4-6, 11-13, 18-19, $15, William Way LGBT Center, 1315 Spruce St. —SJ Punderson

...painting, even a “Pope Binder.” Sept. 5-6, 12-13, 19, free, Global Dye Works, 4500 Worth St. —SJ Punderson

...own escapes, however they may choose to define them. Sept. 18-20, $10, Las Parcelas, 2248 N. Palethorp St. —Marc Snitzer

...hunger for attention and the actions taken to receive it. Sept. 8-13, $15, 1fiftyone, 151 N. Third St. —Marc Snitzer

    Fringe Picks!
    City Paper critics pick the winners.
    http://citypaper.net

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Movies on the Block presents “Girlhood”

LOCATION: Kensington High School (1901 North Front Street)

    Movies on the Block presents "Girlhood" - Fishtown Neighbors Association
    Join the Philadelphia Film Society on Thursday, September 3 at 6:00 PM in celebrating the power of film and the Kensington community at this FREE neighborhood-friendly screening and event in partnership with Kensington High School for the Creative and Performing Arts, Fishtown Neighbors Association, Philadelphia Education Fund and New Kensington Community Development Corporation (NKCDC).
    http://www.fishtown.org

21 hours ago

9 Must-See Independent Shows at the Fringe Festival

...cabaret about Andy Warhol, staged in an Olde Kensington warehouse. September 10th to 20th at 1526 North American Street, Kensington...

    9 Must-See Independent Shows at the Fringe Festival
    Descend into a bit of madness inspired by Planet of the Apes and King Kong. As usual, there's way too much to see at this year's 19th iteration of the Fringe Festival, with 143 different events split between the " curated" shows, a.k.a.
    http://www.phillymag.com

21 hours ago

Impact Hub is shutting down its Kensington location and it’s not that surprising

“Based on our current capacity and expenses, at this time we cannot sustain a co-working business at 1227 N 4th.,” the letter reads.

    Impact Hub is shutting down its Kensington location and it's not that surprising
    (Photo by Ben Palitz) Impact Hub, the socially-minded coworking and event space in a massive Kensington building, is shutting its present location down due to "considerable financial losses," according to an email executive director Dominique Aubry sent to members today.
    http://technical.ly

23 hours ago

Impact Hub Philly to Close Kensington Co-Working Space

...current capacity and expenses, at this time we cannot sustain a co-working business at 1227 N 4th.  Sadly, we will be closing the doors to this beautiful building on December 1, 2015...

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Impact Hub is located in a majestic 23,000 square foot converted church on 4th Street near Girard Avenue in South Kensington. It contained meeting rooms, event spaces, office space and a large outdoor...

    Philly Co-Working Space to Close
    Executive director says it's "incurred considerable financial losses." Impact Hub Philly is closing. Executive Director Dominique Aubry sent a note to all members on Wednesday, saying that the co-working space has "incurred considerable financial losses" and will be closing its doors on December 1.
    http://www.phillymag.com

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Exclusive: Local co-working space to shut down

"Based on our current capacity and expenses, at this time we cannot sustain a co-working business at 1227 N 4th [St.]," Aubry wrote in the email.

    Impact Hub co-working space to shut down - Philadelphia Business Journal
    Impact Hub Philadelphia will shut down on Dec. 1 due to "considerable financial losses," according to an email sent to Impact Hub members obtained by the Philadelphia Business Journal. The email, signed by Impact Hub's managing director Dominique Aubry, said the co-working space has been hemorrhaging money since January 2013.
    http://www.bizjournals.com

27 hours ago

Opera Philadelphia Has Found Its Queer Beard

ANDY: A Popera runs at 1526 North American Street from September 10th through the 20th. For tickets and more information, click here.

    Opera Philadelphia Has Found Its Queer Beard | G Philly
    The Bearded Ladies have never had a conventional approach to things. Neither has Opera Philadelphia. "I bought some nail polish, so if you're stressed, you can do your hands and do your toes." This is what Opera Philadelphia 's newest director said to his cast before a tech rehearsal.
    http://www.phillymag.com

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  • Cool Our School!

    Ms. Shupik is asking for $371.68:
    My students need 6 quiet, high-velocity fans to help cool down our classrooms!
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Philadelphia Fashion Week 2015 - Geno's Cheesesteaks & Couture

Crane Arts Building, 1400 N. American St, Doors at 7 p.m., show at 8 p.m.

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Macy's, 1300 Market St., 5 p.m.

    PhillyChitChat.com
    Monday night Philadelphia Fashion Week 2015 kicked off at Sugar House with a show and a party. Philadelphia Fashion Week celebrates 10 years putting on empowering, entertaining fashion shows. Kevin Parker had a vision for Philly Fashion Week when he was just 18 and partnered with fashion guru, Kerry Scott, to create FBH .
    http://www.phillychitchat.com

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Employee Suffers Minor Injuries After Being Cut In Neck During Workplace Dispute

Authorities say just after 11:30 Tuesday morning, police responded to the 1500 block of Lawrence Road for reports of a person whose neck was cut by another worker.

    Employee Suffers Minor Injuries After Being Cut In Neck During Workplace Dispute
    HAVERFORD, Pa. (CBS) - Police say a victim is recovering after being cut in the neck during a workplace dispute. Authorities say just after 11:30 Tuesday morning, police responded to the 1500 block of Lawrence Road for reports of a person whose neck was cut by another worker.
    http://philadelphia.cbslocal.com

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Employee slashed in neck at Havertown workplace

The incident happened shortly before noon Tuesday in the 1500 block of Lawrence Road in Havertown, Pa.

    Employee slashed in neck at Havertown workplace
    Two people are in custody after a workplace dispute ended with a worker slashed in the neck.
    http://6abc.com

2 days ago

25 Gay Things to Do in Philly This September

...this stage, or any Verdi for that matter. Opens Thursday, September 10th, various times, $30, 1526 North American Street

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...that isn’t just theoretical. Thursday, September 3rd, 11 am, free, William Way Community Center, 1315 Spruce Street

Sharon Needles: The RuPaul icon "with the look of a cover model and the soul of a shoe" will be at Kung Fu Necktie for a one-nigh only show, featuring the Haus of Ham and The Homophones. Thursday, September 3rd, 7 pm, $20-50, Kung Fu Necktie, 1250 North Front Street

All of the Feels Opening Reception: The good folks at Valley Youth House are presenting the opening of a very touchy-feely art exhibit, featuring works that explore "teenagerdom." Friday, September 4th, 6 pm, free, The Monkey and The Elephant, 2831 West Girard Avenue

...weekend off to the right start. Friday, September 4th, 8 pm, $22, Franky Bradley's 1320 Chancellor Street

Lambda Legal in Philadelphia: Find out about the critical work that Lambda Legal does during their Philadelphia mixer at Reed Smith. Mayor Michael Nutter will be honored at the event, which will include cocktails and light bites. Thursday, September 10th, 6 pm, $100, Reed Smith, 1717 Arch Street

See You In Hell: The Sequel: Bev hosts this evening of politically incorrect humor on 9/11, possibly featuring stabs at Bill Cosby, Jared from Subway, The Duggars, and The Pope. Friday, September 11th, 10 pm, no cover, Venture Inn, 255 South Camac Street

Rocky Horror Gay Bingo: Put your hands on your hips! Head over to this special Transylvanian Nipple Productions version of the popular game GayBINGO, and get ready to do the Time Warp. Saturday, September 12th, 7 pm, $20, Gershman Y, 401 South Broad Street

Dining With the Divas: Join Mimi Imfurst, Omyra Lynn, Iris Spectre, and Zsa Zsa St. James at Hard Rock Cafe for a monthly drag brunch that will surely leave you hungry for more. Sunday, September 13th, 12 pm, $10-12, Hard Rock Cafe, 1113 Market Street

Meals for Mazzoni: Chef Crystal Fox from Giorgio on Pine is throwing this mid-day mixer to benefit Mazzoni Center's Food Bank. All proceeds will benefit Mazzoni, and there'll be dancers, drinks, DJs, and food. Sunday, September 13th, 2 pm, $6-20, Tabu, 200 South 12th Street

Our Night Out at Uptown Beer Garden: See why we at Philly Mag named Our Night Out the "Best Gay Night Out" in the city. Hundreds of folks from the LGBT community will mingle, drink, and support the AIDS Law Project of PA. Tuesday, September 15th, 6 pm, $5, Mellon Bank Center, 1735 Market Street

QOTA at Noir: South Philly will be in the house at this LGBT networking event at Noir, where there will be 1/2 off appetizers and $4 wine by the glass, plus outside mingling. Wednesday, September 16th, 6 pm, Noir, 1909 East Passyunk Avenue

Out4STEM Year Two Kick-Off: Join The College of Physicians of Philadelphia at the Mutter Museum for a celebration of their LGBT science program. There will be free food, beverages, and tokens provided. Thursday, September 17th, 5 pm, free, Mutter Museum, 19 South 22nd Street

Madonna's Rebel Heart Tour: Sure, the Pope will be in town, but so will mother-freaking-Madonna, who will, no doubt, be making some bold statements about Catholicism during her stop at the Wells Fargo Center. Thursday, September 24th, 8 pm, $40-355, Wells Fargo Center, 3601 South Broad Street

...specials, plus plenty of networking opportunities. Tuesday, September 29th, 5:30 pm, $15, Field House, 1150 Filbert Street

Jewish Pride LGBT SukkOUT: Celebrate the Jewish holiday Sukkot while enjoying the fellowship of the LGBT community. There will be wine and light snacks in a "fabulous rainbow Sukkah." Wednesday, September 30th, 6 pm, $18-25, John C. Anderson Apartments, 251 South 13th Street

    25 Gay Things to Do in Philly This September | G Philly
    The Pope who? There's a lot more going on in Philadelphia this September besides a visit from the Vatican. We rounded up 25 LGBT events, shows, and minglers that will keep you busy during back to school season.
    http://www.phillymag.com

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Ice Cream Shop Has Outdoor Space With El Views

Coming down Front Street recently, we spied a fenced-in area where Amber and Norris Street intersect. Looking a little more closely, we realized that this is an outdoor space associated...

    Ice Cream Shop Has Outdoor Space With El Views
    The El is great if you're trying to get from place to place. It's not so great if you have to live or work underneath it. That's at least part of an explanation for why Front Street under the El has traditionally been somewhere between kinda crappy and totally awful.
    http://www.ocfrealty.com

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Yvette R. Long, 50, health-care advocate

Donations may be made to the Philadelphia Welfare Rights Organization, 1231 N. Franklin St., Philadelphia 19122.

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A funeral service is to be at 10 a.m. Monday, Aug. 31, at Deliverance Evangelistic Church, 2001 W. Lehigh Ave., Philadelphia. Burial is private.

    Yvette R. Long, 50, health-care advocate
    Posted: Monday, August 31, 2015, 1:08 AM Yvette R. Long, 50, of Philadelphia, who pushed to obtain quality health-care services for Pennsylvania's low-income residents, died Saturday, Aug. 22, of a pulmonary embolism while visiting her family in Delaware. Ms. Long was a leader of Pennsylvania's Medical Assistance Advisory Committee (MAAC), which counseled the state on Medicaid policy development and program administration.
    http://www.philly.com

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