His shop on 22nd Street near Allegheny Avenue is open 16 hours per day, from 10 a.m. to 2 a.m. He employs two local community members as well as his wife, children and family members who stop by. He owns another deli a few blocks away.
...while it constructs the first phase, which is a quarter-mile stretch that starts at Broad and Noble streets and ends on Callowhill Street near 12th. Once renovation of the abandoned railroad is...
...is a quarter-mile stretch that starts at Broad and Noble streets and ends on Callowhill Street near 12th. Once renovation of the abandoned railroad is completed, the City of Philadelphia will own the...This article has 1 other Philadelphia location (Show)
The first phase of the park will have a walking path, plants, lounging areas and swings. If all phases can be completed, the park would be three miles long and stretch from 31st Street and Girard Avenue to 9th Street and Fairmount Avenue.
The entire project, which will be completed in phases and could potentially stretch three miles, could encompass three sections. The Tunnel spans from 31st Street and Girard Avenue southeast to a section called The Cut, which is west of Broad Street, below ground and mostly open to the sky.
Continuing east, The Cut would then meet with the first phase, a quarter-mile stretch and 25,000-square-foot park that starts at Broad and Noble streets and runs southeast across 12th Street to Callowhill Street.This article has 1 other Philadelphia location (Show)
...possibility of opening another welcome center, cafe, contemporary art museum or railroad history museum at 9th and Spring Garden streets, McEneaney said. The two-story building used to be a station where McEneaney boarded...
Rebecca Waychunas, a server at Pizza Dads, located at 2843 W. Girard Ave., sees a wide range of customers come into the restaurant, both longtimers and newcomers. She said that Pizza Dads is trying to bring healthy food and artisan culture to Brewerytown.
...with 846 sister demonstrations globally. Indivisible Village’s protest took place at the intersection of Ridge Avenue and Cathedral Road and was met with honks of approval and a few shouts of dissent from those...
He was 19 when he went to Everquest for the first time. He grew up a few blocks from the Strawberry Mansion basement studio in the Johnson Homes on 25th Street and Ridge Avenue. Moody’s music is inspired by not only his experiences but the experiences of those around him.
During the 1960s, the Ukrainian Catholics of America helped build the Cathedral of Immaculate Conception, which is located on 830 N. Franklin St. in the Poplar area of Philadelphia. Julian K. Jastremsky designed The Cathedral, which is 106 feet high, 172 feet in length and 128 feet wide.
Max Ochester, owner of Brewerytown Beats at 27th Street and Girard Avenue, moved to Brewerytown in 2010, a few years before it became the “up-and-coming” neighborhood that it is now.
Brown and Minthorn met for seven hours a week at the corner of Market Street and 16th Street to ask for signatures.
Situated on the outskirts of Chinatown on 11th and Race Street is a cafe with rustic charm. This cafe specializes in everything from their matcha tea to their desserts and is perfect for anyone in need of a matcha fix.
Vivi Bubble Tea is a franchise restaurant with over twenty bubble tea locations throughout the United States. Located near the intersection of 10th and Cherry Street, Vivi is committed to spreading bubble tea to all parts of America.
...resulting in an uptick of nearly 20 bikes per hour going through the intersection of 34th and Chestnut, the Coalition found...
2331 E Cumberland Street
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3589 Richmond Street
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This mural was dedicated because of the rich tradition of horse riding in Fairmount Park. The design is used to pay homage to the old west. It was completed on May 1, 2005 and is located at 3222 W. Montgomery Avenue.
Father Paul Washington was a priest at the Church of the Advocates, located near Temple University. He was a social activist and religious leader. This mural overlooks a playground at Ridge Avenue and Cumberland Drive.This article has 2 other Philadelphia locations (Show)
This mural located on 3015 Ridge Avenue, was inspired by Catherine Ryan Hyde’s “Pay it Forward.” This mural uses prominent African-American role models such as Martin Luther King Jr. who have “paid it forward.”
This mural is overlooking the playground behind the Gideon Edward School. This is one of many schools in the neighborhood. The Gideon Edward School is located at 2817 W. Glenwood Avenue.
Between September 5th and October 26, 1774, delegates from 12 of the 13 American colonies met to discuss grievances with the English control and vowed to return if concerns...