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    Board of Building Standards Public Hearing
    Board of Building Standards Public Hearings Thu Sep 10 2015 4610 CEDAR AVE 3:45 PM 12402 DUNKS FERRY RD 3:00 PM 1227 S 02ND ST 1:30 PM 1109 GERRITT ST 1:45 PM 3206 PEARL ST 2:00 PM 813 S 11TH ST 2:15 PM 100 S INDEPENDENCE W ML 2:30 PM 1330 WALNUT ST 2:45 PM 115 CUTHBERT ST UnitE #E 3:15 PM 2023 RITTENHOUSE SQ 3:30 PM 412 S 13TH ST 4:00 PM 1333 N 07TH ST 4:15 PM 976 N MARSHALL ST 4:30 PM 1801 JOHN F KENNEDY BLV 4:45 PM
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Lil Drummaboy Recordings: A Holistic Experience

...apartment in Germantown, Lil Drummaboy made its way to the Clef Club of Philadelphia on Broad and Fitzwater in South Philadelphia. Coles began as a piano student at the legendary jazz venue, but...

    Lil Drummaboy Recordings: A Holistic Experience - The Key
    Amid the chaos and curiosity shops on South Street, nestled beneath a Rastafarian Culture shop, lies Lil Drummaboy Recordings. Owner and founder Samori Coles has transformed the onetime label office into a fully functioning recording studio and school, and has dedicated it to recording Philly artists for the past two decades.
    http://thekey.xpn.org

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5 Non-Fringe Arts Events to Check Out This Month

...this musical duo in action. Sunday, September 20th, 3 pm, $25, Curtis Institute of Music, 1726 Locust Street...

...and Monday, September 21st, 2:30 pm and 7:30 pm, $24-62, Kimmel Center, 300 South Broad Street...

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...Link to the Past, and more. Friday, September 18th, 8 pm, $40-100, Mann Center, 5201 Parkside Avenue...

...s super fun, nonetheless. Opens September 30th, various times, $45-65, Penn’s Landing Playhouse, 211 South Columbus Boulevard

    5 Non-Fringe Arts Events to Check Out This Month
    Don't get us wrong: We love the Fringe Festival (we put together two whole guides for it here and here), but September is also the kick off of many other performing arts events in the Philly region. We rounded up some of our favorite picks for shows opening this month that will surely kick your fall into high gear.
    http://www.phillymag.com

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Luxury-townhouse developer files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy

The developer of the luxury Parke Place townhouse project in the 1300 block of Bainbridge Street has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection but says he remains "100 percent committed" to completing the work there.

Parke Place's neighborhood, Hawthorne, was once dominated by the Martin Luther King public-housing project in the 1300 block of Fitzwater Street.

...well as for-profit developers big and small, including Carl Dranoff and his $70 million 777 South Broad luxury-apartment building...

    Luxury-townhouse developer files for Chapter 11 bankruptcy
    Posted: Wednesday, September 2, 2015, 3:39 PM The developer of the luxury Parke Place townhouse project in the 1300 block of Bainbridge Street has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection but says he remains "100 percent committed" to completing the work there. In an interview Wednesday, Donovan Clarke, of Clarke Real Estate Development L.L.C.
    http://www.philly.com

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Fringe Picks!

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

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

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

...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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Center City developer files for Chpt. 11 bankruptcy

The developer began construction on 22 luxury townhomes along the 1300 block of Bainbridge Street – which began selling in 2013 for upwards of $1 million.

    Center City developer Donovan Clarke files for Chpt. 11 bankruptcy - Philadelphia Business Journal
    A Center City developer has filed for Chapter 11 bankruptcy protection as residents in some of his high-end townhomes still seek answers on incomplete work. Donovan Clarke filed for the protection for his firm, Clarke Real Estate Development LLC, according to documents filed with the U.S. Bankruptcy Court Eastern District of Pennsylvania.
    http://www.bizjournals.com

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Barnes Foundation-Community College Partner, Fairmount Park Conservancy, Temple Contemporary get money, Ann-Marie Lequesne, Daniel Heyman, Brandywine Workshop, Leslie Rogers, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Opportunities and More!

...7:30 PM, is an evening of celebration on South Broad St. Brandywine Workshop, at 728 S. Broad St., is commemorating its transition into a mixed use commercial, cultural and residential facility; and Engine...

...into a mixed use commercial, cultural and residential facility; and Engine 1/Ladder 5, at 711 South Broad, is turning 50 years old! To honor the Father of Printing Presses and Fire Fighting...

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...Woodland Walk, Philadelphia, PA, 19104. Just steps south of the WAWA on the corner of 38th and Spruce. Look for the intersection with what looks like Buckingham Palace Beefeaters on duty! The Fanfare...

Where: Terrace Room, Claudia Cohen Hall, 249 S. 36th Street

Tuesday, September 8 / 6:30 pm
 National Constitution Center, 
535 Arch Street, F.M. Kirby Auditorium

    Barnes Foundation-Community College Partner, Fairmount Park Conservancy, Temple Contemporary get money, Ann-Marie Lequesne, Daniel Heyman, Brandywine Workshop, Leslie Rogers, Andrew Jeffrey Wright, Opportunities and More!
    Roberta gets hyperlocal with today's News Post. - Artblog editors] TODAY - HYPERLOCAL NEWS! FAIRMOUNT PARK - Via the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance - Art Place announces $18M in grants to 6 organizations including $3M to Fairmount Park Conservancy for creative placemaking, i.e., art in places, about places, and with people in those places to make...
    http://www.theartblog.org

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25 Gay Things to Do in Philly This September

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

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

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

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

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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

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

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

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

    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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Taking the Stage: Theater Season Kicks off in Philadelphia

Academy of Music, Broad and Locust streets, 215.893.1999

Perelman Theater at the Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad St., 215.670.2300

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Arden Theatre Company, 40 N. 2nd St., 215.922.1122 

    Taking the Stage: Theater Season Kicks off in Philadelphia
    Fire-breathing dragons! Tap-dancing gangsters! An epic Parisian love affair! These are just a few of the spellbinding stories that will grace Philadelphia's theaters this month. Whether you're looking for comedy or tragedy, music or magic, you'll find it all on stage in the City of Brotherly Love.Me
    http://www.wheretraveler.com

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Session 5 Classes Now Enrolling + FREE Intro Workshops!

Our Fifth and final class session of 2015 is now online and ready to enroll! If you’re interested in a 201 – 401 class you won’t want to wait too long. Our higher level classes have been selling out earlier with each passing session. Enrolling early also means you can take advantage of the early registration discount which saves $50 off the full enrollment cost! In addition to our awesome core classes, we’re also offering the electives Musical Improv 101 and Acting & Improv: A Tour of Theatrical Styles and the Fall section of the PHIT Improv Conservatory Program. Each offer an experience you can’t get from our core classes as well as really cool class shows.

    Session 5 Classes Now Enrolling + FREE Intro Workshops!
    Our Fifth and final class session of 2015 is now online and ready to enroll! If you're interested in a 201 - 401 class you won't want to wait too long. Our higher level classes have been selling out earlier with each passing session.
    http://phitcomedy.com

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Take It to the Bank: Jack Tamburri on Fringe, non-profits, and theater

...Phindie, it seems to have something to do with Sturgeon’s Law. [Wilma Theater Lobby, 265 South Broad Street] September 16-19, 2015; fringearts.com/not-for-profit...

    Take It to the Bank: Jack Tamburri on Fringe, non-profits, and theater
    Anyone who's every worked in the peculiar engine that is a non-profit organization will appreciate Ferdinand's Fringe Festival production NOT FOR PROFIT, which explores the strange world of non-profit theatermaking. As Ferdinand creator Jack Tamburri tells Phindie, it seems to have something to do with Sturgeon's Law.
    http://phindie.com

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If Kenney wins, who's first lady?

...Saturday night, after 27 years, Ruth's Chris Steak House (260 S. Broad St.) served its final meals at its Avenue of the Arts location, and a few notables...

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...restaurant proprietor Jason Bacci. Owner Marsha Brown will open Ruth's Chris' new location, at 18th and Market streets, in spring 2016...

    If Kenney wins, who's first lady?
    JUST WHO WILL be Philly's next first lady? The likely next mayor says, "Mind yo biz." Not that Melissa Murray Bailey doesn't stand a chance at making mayor - hell, if her performance at Stu Bykofsky's last Candidates Comedy Night was any indication of her aptitude, she'd kill it in tact and diplomacy .
    http://www.philly.com

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