2 hours ago

The Franklin Institute is remembering Alan Be...

Shown here descending from the lunar module Intrepid, astronaut Alan Bean, the fourth man to set foot on the Moon, passed away today in Texas. Of the twelve individuals who traveled to the lunar surface as part of NASA's Apollo program, now only four remain living as the only people to have ever visited another celestial body. https://go.nasa.gov/2saR9jV IMAGE: Pete Conrad (American, 1930-1999) | Alan Bean Descends Intrepid | 1969 | NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    The Franklin Institute
    Shown here descending from the lunar module Intrepid, astronaut Alan Bean, the fourth man to set foot on the Moon, passed away today in Texas. Of the twelve individuals who traveled to the lunar...
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3 hours ago

While shooting a SpaceX launch earlier this w...

While shooting a SpaceX launch earlier this week in California, NASA photographer Bill Ingalls had a bit of a mishap with one of his remotely operated cameras (luckily the memory card remained in tact). http://bit.ly/2J2Kcex

    A NASA photographer caught the perfect SpaceX launch shot. Then his camera melted
    For photographers, the Robert Capa adage "If your photographs aren't good enough, you're not close enough," is a guiding principle. For NASA photographer Bill Ingalls, it can be updated to, "Even if your photos are good enough, and you're photographing at a safe distance, your camera might still be toast."
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6 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio added 2 new ...

Stop on by Cerulean Arts this weekend to catch these great exhibitions! James Toogood Studio Joseph Sweeney Joseph Painter Fran Lightman Gibson Jack Ramsdale Jeanne O'Shelll Stephanie Rogers Ruth Wolf

    Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio
    Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio added a new photo.
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7 hours ago

From a VIP dinner with Chaddsford Winery to s...

From a VIP dinner with Chaddsford Winery to season tickets to Live Nation Philadelphia events, fantastic raffle prizes are just one many reasons to celebrate LOVE Park's return with the first party in the park on May 30th! Tickets ➡️ http://bit.ly/2J4WP55

    Fairmount Park Conservancy
    From a VIP dinner with Chaddsford Winery to season tickets to Live Nation Philadelphia events, fantastic raffle prizes are just one many reasons to celebrate LOVE Park's return with the first party...
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9 hours ago

American astronaut Sally Ride was born on thi...

American astronaut Sally Ride was born on this day in 1951. Ride famously was the first American woman to fly in space aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1983. http://go.nasa.gov/1sPKdH7 IMAGE: Sally Ride Aboard Challenger | 1983 | NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    The Franklin Institute
    American astronaut Sally Ride was born on this day in 1951. Ride famously was the first American woman to fly in space aboard the Space Shuttle Challenger in 1983. http://go.nasa.gov/1sPKdH7 IMAGE:...
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20 hours ago

For more than three decades, The Franklin Ins...

For more than three decades, The Franklin Institute and GSK have joined together to present free Science in the Summer programs for elementary school-aged students across the Philadelphia region and increasingly throughout the United States. http://bit.ly/2bnABzP Registration for GSK Science in the Summer is open now. http://bit.ly/2ksQ5DT The GSK Science in the Summer Program was recently featured in iHeartMedia Inc.'s Philadelphia Community Podcast. Listen: https://ihr.fm/2IN5FZo

    The Franklin Institute
    For more than three decades, The Franklin Institute and GSK have joined together to present free Science in the Summer programs for elementary school-aged students across the Philadelphia region and...
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25 hours ago

We know what we’re watching this weekend! Don...

We know what we’re watching this weekend! Don’t miss these two at the Mann on August 30! https://nyti.ms/2IGfA2R

    Steve Martin and Martin Short on Friendship and What's Truly Funny
    On a recent Saturday afternoon, Steve Martin and Martin Short were at the Beacon Theater in Manhattan rehearsing a duet of "Send in the Clowns" for their show, "An Evening You Will Forget for the Rest of Your Life."
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25 hours ago

Now in fermentation: A Peach Pale Ale, a Germ...

Now in fermentation: A Peach Pale Ale, a German-style Altbier, an English-style Best Bitter and a Belgian-style Witbier. I think it's gonna be a wonderful June.

    Bar Hygge
    Now in fermentation: A Peach Pale Ale, a German-style Altbier, an English-style Best Bitter and a Belgian-style Witbier. I think it's gonna be a wonderful June.
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25 hours ago

This holiday weekend check out Renoir: Father...

This holiday weekend check out Renoir: Father and Son / Painting and Cinema! Philadelphia Style Magazine says, "This exhibition truly brings together the love and reciprocal influence of this father and son, and makes for a worthwhile visit to the Barnes Foundation this Memorial Day.”

    Art Adventures: Memorial Day with the Renoir's
    Currently on exhibit at The Barnes Foundation, Renoir: Father and Son / Painting and Cinema, is a fascinating examination of the work of impressionist painter Pierre-Auguste Renoir, and the exchange between his work and that of his son's, filmmaker Jean Renoir.
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26 hours ago

Harriet E.G. Margolis, 80, wine-company executive and civic fund-raiser

Memorial donations may be made to Project H.O.M.E., 1515 Fairmount Ave., Philadelphia. Pa. 19130, or the Academy of Vocal Arts, 1920 Spruce St., Philadelphia Pa. 19103.

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Memorial donations may be made to Project H.O.M.E., 1515 Fairmount Ave., Philadelphia. Pa. 19130, or the Academy of Vocal Arts, 1920 Spruce St., Philadelphia Pa. 19103.

    Harriet E.G. Margolis, 80, wine-company executive and civic fund-raiser
    Harriet E.G. Margolis, 80, a former Gladwyne resident, business executive, and fundraiser for charitable causes in Philadelphia, died Thursday, May 17, of cancer at her home in Naples, Fla. In 1964, she married businessman Sheldon B. Margolis.
    http://www.philly.com

26 hours ago

The Franklin Institute posted an offer.

Don’t forget that our Memorial Day Membership Sale continues through May 28, 2018. Join today for 20% off memberships through our Friends Circle level using the code MBMD18. http://bit.ly/1YwJTr5

    The Franklin Institute
    Don't forget that our Memorial Day Membership Sale continues through May 28, 2018. Join today for 20% off memberships through our Friends Circle level using the code MBMD18. http://bit.ly/1YwJTr5
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27 hours ago

The Franklin Institute was live.

Are you heading out of town this weekend? We are taking a live look at the Memorial Day Weekend traffic right now in Philadelphia with our EarthCam. http://bit.ly/2EnwVuA Let us know what exciting science fun you have planned for the long weekend in the comments... Perhaps a visit to The Franklin Institute and Game Masters: The Exhibition? http://bit.ly/2GzEw7u

    The Franklin Institute
    Are you heading out of town this weekend? We are taking a live look at the Memorial Day Weekend traffic right now in Philadelphia with our EarthCam. http://bit.ly/2EnwVuA Let us know what exciting...
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27 hours ago

The Franklin Institute is live now.

Are you heading out of town this weekend? We are taking a live look at the Memorial Day Weekend traffic right now in Philadelphia with our EarthCam. http://bit.ly/2EnwVuA Let us know what exciting science fun you have planned for the long weekend in the comments... Perhaps a visit to The Franklin Institute and Game Masters: The Exhibition? http://bit.ly/2GzEw7u

    The Franklin Institute
    Are you heading out of town this weekend? We are taking a live look at the Memorial Day Weekend traffic right now in Philadelphia with our EarthCam. http://bit.ly/2EnwVuA Let us know what exciting...
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27 hours ago

Tomorrow: celebrate Memorial Day Weekend with...

Tomorrow: celebrate Memorial Day Weekend with the third annual Comcast NBCUniversal Memorial Salute at the Mann, a FREE community concert honoring the American tradition of service 🇺🇸Doors open at 5PM. Pack a picnic and join us for a beautiful evening!

    The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
    Tomorrow: celebrate Memorial Day Weekend with the third annual Comcast NBCUniversal Memorial Salute at the Mann, a FREE community concert honoring the American tradition of service 🇺🇸Doors open at...
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28 hours ago

“Our community has changed a lot over the yea...

“Our community has changed a lot over the years, but we’ve always had a lot of people who are really engaged in helping maintain and being good stewards of the park." –via PlanPhilly

    Philly gains ground in national park ranking
    Philadelphia's park system has bumped up two places, to 30th, in a national ranking of the 100 largest U.S. cities, reflecting good distribution of facilities around the city, strong volunteerism, and the presence of amenities such as splash pads and recreation centers.
    http://planphilly.com

29 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Joe Painter: A Perfect Garden
    A Perfect Garden, digital inkjet archival print by Joe Painter. Included in the exhibition Land, Sea & Sky, May 23 - June 16, 2018. Note: Photograph will ship at end of exhibition. H 26" x W 42"
    https://ceruleanarts.com

29 hours ago

Smith Memorial Playground & Playhouse added 2...

Thank you to everyone that joined us for the 11th Annual Party in the Playground, honoring Play Champions Betsy Caesar and Rob Einhorn. See you next year!

    Smith Memorial Playground & Playhouse
    Thank you to everyone that joined us for the 11th Annual Party in the Playground, honoring Play Champions Betsy Caesar and Rob Einhorn. See you next year!
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30 hours ago

Philly Stewards Artist Census for artists who...

Philly Stewards Artist Census for artists who live in or based out of the greater Philadelphia area: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/e/1FAIpQLSezFG-RsW7chT7tzMBU8LNktwGY6J5B3njznUJ3Ur8fXNqRog/viewform?c=0&w=1

    Philly Stewards Artist Census
    The Philly Artist Census is the first in a series of surveys that Philly Stewards will be deploying in 2018 and 2019, in an attempt to get an accurate picture of the resources, challenges and livelihoods of practicing visual artists in Philadelphia.
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30 hours ago

From gallery walls to Philly streets, Indego ...

From gallery walls to Philly streets, Indego bikes wrapped with Barnes paintings are a cool spin to #seeingtheBarnes around the city! We are pleased to share that the Barnes Foundation is the recipient of a MUSE award from the American Alliance of Museums for our partnership with Indego Bike Share. The initiative received gold—the top honor—in the Public Outreach category! P.S. Don’t forget: Indego passholders visit the Barnes for free all year round. . . #BiketoBarnes snap by: https://www.instagram.com/p/Bi6zkyehL3l/

    The Barnes Foundation
    From gallery walls to Philly streets, Indego bikes wrapped with Barnes paintings are a cool spin to #seeingtheBarnes around the city! We are pleased to share that the Barnes Foundation is the...
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30 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Joseph Sweeney: Cape May Blue
    Cape May Blue, oil on silk painting by Joseph Sweeney. Included in the exhibition Land, Sea & Sky, May 23 - June 16, 2018. Note: Painting will ship at end of exhibition. H 9" x W 12"
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31 hours ago

Whether you love classical music, movies, or ...

Whether you love classical music, movies, or sports, this year's orchestra lineup at the Mann has something for everyone. 🎶🎻 https://bit.ly/2IPfVwe

    At the Mann this summer: Leonard Bernstein, Harry Potter, the Philadelphia Eagles, and what orchestras are becoming
    At the Mann Center soon, you'll be able to feel the death-chill of Harry Potter's dementors on the back of your neck as a live orchestra plays the John Williams score. On another night, you could happen upon a fresh Curtis Institute of Music graduate with a big piano personality in Gershwin.
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32 hours ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    James Toogood: Pearson
    Pearson, watercolor painting by James Toogood. Included in the exhibition Land, Sea & Sky, May 23 - June 16, 2018. Note: Painting will ship at end of exhibition. H 22" x W 30"
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32 hours ago

Looking for a place in Philly parks to enjoy ...

Looking for a place in Philly parks to enjoy this long weekend? We have 7 scenic suggestions!

    7 Scenic Picnic Sites to Try - Fairmount Park Conservancy
    1. Penn Treaty Park: Take advantage of the cool breezes coming off the Delaware and watch ships large and small sail by. This seven acre park has a handful of picnic tables and a playground underneath a grove of large trees, and plenty of open grassy areas to put down your blanket and relax.
    https://myphillypark.org

33 hours ago

Spring Garden: Green Street Church Adapted into Chapel Lofts

...which they eventually did in 1998. They moved next to an old church on the 1500 block of Green Street...

    Spring Garden: Green Street Church Adapted into Chapel Lofts
    When Isaac and Rose Miller arrived to Philadelphia in 1986, they were originally looking for a historic district to buy a home from. After seeing the Spring Garden neighborhood in a book about restored historic areas, they became convinced about moving there, which they eventually did in 1998.
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33 hours ago

☀️ Celebrate summer with $30 tickets at the M...

☀️ Celebrate summer with $30 tickets at the Mann all Memorial Day Weekend long! Offer while tickets last online only Now thru Monday at 11:59PM with code MEMDAY ️https://manncenter.org/mdw-offer

    The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
    ☀️ Celebrate summer with $30 tickets at the Mann all Memorial Day Weekend long! Offer while tickets last online only Now thru Monday at 11:59PM with code MEMDAY ️https://manncenter.org/mdw-offer
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33 hours ago

Don't forget, FIELD DAY is in ONE WEEK!! Joi...

Don't forget, FIELD DAY is in ONE WEEK!! Join us for Field Day on Friday, June 1, at Von Colln Field! Was your Tiger on time, and in school 95% of the time? Then look out for a "Field Day Ticket" on green paper. This means they DON'T have to pay the $5 fee to get a shirt and pretzel! So please look for this ticket in your child's backpack or homework folder. (if you would still like to contribute, the HSA would be grateful) PLEASE consider volunteering for this event; from walking the students from the school to the field and back, chaperoning the event, and helping with the various games and activities. We are also asking for donations; pretzels, water, sun screen. Can you help us? Contact Aimee@thepowerofbachemartin.com. Help us make this Field Day memorable for all of our Tigers! https://www.signupgenius.com/go/8050e4aafae28a02-bache9

    Bache Kindergarten Families: Bache Martin Field Day
    Join us for a spectacular end of the year celebration on the Parkway! The annual Bache Martin Field Day will return to Von Colln Field on Friday, June 1st. Students from K to 8th grades will walk down to the field for a day of fun and games.
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33 hours ago

Geologist Daniel Barringer was born on this d...

Geologist Daniel Barringer was born on this day in 1860. http://bit.ly/2rVbYNR On view in our Space Command exhibit is a small chunk of a 300,000 pound nickel-iron meteorite that fell to Earth near Flagstaff, Arizona about 50,000 years ago in a site that was found to have been caused by an extraterrestrial impact by Barringer. It’s 5.5 billion years old; 500 million years older than our sun and a billion years older than the Earth itself. http://bit.ly/1PpMIqB IMAGE: Meteorite Fragment | Arizona, United States | On loan from the Barringer Family

    The Franklin Institute
    Geologist Daniel Barringer was born on this day in 1860. http://bit.ly/2rVbYNR On view in our Space Command exhibit is a small chunk of a 300,000 pound nickel-iron meteorite that fell to Earth near...
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34 hours ago

The Franklin Institute was live.

The soundtrack for our new 8-bit video game, ‘The Adventures of Benjamin Franklin’ is adapted from a 1778 composition attributed to Benjamin Franklin himself that a contemporaneous review called a "musical farce," a "miserable work," and "degrading to the art." http://bit.ly/2xaPQqh Play ‘The Adventures of Benjamin Franklin’ now using your computer or mobile device. http://bit.ly/8bitben #FranklinFriday

    The Franklin Institute
    The soundtrack for our new 8-bit video game, 'The Adventures of Benjamin Franklin' is adapted from a 1778 composition attributed to Benjamin Franklin himself that a contemporaneous review called a...
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47 hours ago

awwwShucks! Next beer is a witbier beer with ...

awwwShucks! Next beer is a witbier beer with English spring peas and mint

    Bar Hygge
    awwwShucks! Next beer is a witbier beer with English spring peas and mint
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2 days ago

Getting ready for the holiday weekend with a ...

Getting ready for the holiday weekend with a nice little surprise for you tomorrow. Keep your eyes peeled! 👀️

    The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
    Getting ready for the holiday weekend with a nice little surprise for you tomorrow. Keep your eyes peeled! 👀️
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2 days ago

“Along with recipes for distilling wine and m...

“Along with recipes for distilling wine and making black hair dye, the manuscript contains instructions for conjuring up a basilisk — the mythical serpent that played a memorable role in one of J.K. Rowling’s best-selling books.” http://bit.ly/2GdnBGo

    Scans reveal secrets of medieval 'Harry Potter' book and medical texts at Penn
    The slim volume bound in animal skin represented the best the field of medicine had to offer 500 years ago: a compilation of remedies made from such ingredients as rabbit bones, ox tongue, and chicory. Yet at some point before the manuscript reached its current resting place, a library shelf at the University of Pennsylvania, an unknown liquid was spilled on its carefully lettered pages.
    http://www.philly.com

2 days ago

The Franklin Institute was live.

We are soaking up the late spring sun in Philadelphia with our rooftop EarthCam. http://bit.ly/2EnwVuA

    The Franklin Institute
    We are soaking up the late spring sun in Philadelphia with our rooftop EarthCam. http://bit.ly/2EnwVuA
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2 days ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Fran Lightman Gibson: Sun on the Pass
    Sun on the Pass, oil on canvas painting by Collective Member Fran Lightman Gibson. From her solo exhibition May 12 - June 9, 2018. Note: Painting will ship at end of exhibition. H 12" x W 12"
    https://ceruleanarts.com

2 days ago

Just two weeks till The Decemberists return t...

Just two weeks till The Decemberists return to the Mann on the Main Stage with special guests M. Ward 🎶

    The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
    Just two weeks till The Decemberists return to the Mann on the Main Stage with special guests M. Ward 🎶
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2 days ago

“We want to keep its feel of authenticity … t...

“We want to keep its feel of authenticity … that feel of it representing people from all over the city, and infuse that into the programming." – via PlanPhilly

    In Common: Finding a new LOVE
    It's 8 a.m. on a bright, breezy Tuesday, and LOVE Park is waking up. At this hour, most of the park is shaded, the green granite is cool, the grass is dewy, and a maintenance worker is unlocking new red cafe tables and chairs, secured together overnight.
    http://planphilly.com

2 days ago

Use Txt2Give NOW to provide free tickets to f...

Use Txt2Give NOW to provide free tickets to families in need to attend Kidchella Music Festival. We are halfway to our goal of $5,000 - with your help we can meet our goal! To Donate: Text GIVE to 215-883-8984 before 3pm TODAY!

    Smith Memorial Playground & Playhouse
    Use Txt2Give NOW to provide free tickets to families in need to attend Kidchella Music Festival. We are halfway to our goal of $5,000 - with your help we can meet our goal! To Donate: Text GIVE to...
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2 days ago

Shown here as an infrared image, the Helix Ne...

Shown here as an infrared image, the Helix Nebula, located approximately 700 light years from Earth, is known for its stunning resemblance to a human eye. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2qSuAAL IMAGE: Comets Kick up Dust in Helix Nebula | 2007 | NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    The Franklin Institute
    Shown here as an infrared image, the Helix Nebula, located approximately 700 light years from Earth, is known for its stunning resemblance to a human eye. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2qSuAAL IMAGE:...
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2 days ago

From a new park within a park to a place to e...

From a new park within a park to a place to explore Fairmount Park among the trees, there are plenty of new spots to check out this summer in Phillys parks!

    7 new places to explore in Philadelphia parks this summer
    by Melissa Romero on May 24, 2018 Here, we've mapped many of the exciting new spots to check out this summer in Philly's parks. For even more ideas of fun things to do in Philly's parks this summer with the Conservancy, click here. 16th St. and John F. Kennedy Blvd.
    https://myphillypark.org

2 days ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Jack Ramsdale: It Arrives, and It Disappears
    It Arrives, and It Disappears, giclee archival print on photo rag paper by Collective Member Jack Ramsdale. From his solo exhibition May 12 - June 9, 2018. Note: Photograph will ship at end of exhibition. H 19.5" x W 27.5"
    https://ceruleanarts.com

2 days ago

Benjamin Franklin may have signed the Declara...

Benjamin Franklin may have signed the Declaration of Independence and the Constitution, but he was never the hero of his own video game - until now. Collect all the keys and challenge your friends with our new 8-bit game, ‘The Adventures of Benjamin Franklin.’ http://bit.ly/8bitben This game is presented alongside “Game Masters: The Exhibition,” open at The Franklin Institute now through September 3, 2018. http://bit.ly/1VqWo8O

    The Adventures of Benjamin Franklin
    To coincide with the new special exhibition , The Franklin Institute has launched "The Adventures of Benjamin Franklin," a custom-developed retro 8-bit-style game in which Ben Franklin races to collect lightning, climb Independence Hall, and more. The game was designed by the in-house digital team at The Franklin Institute GameMaker Studio 2.
    https://www.fi.edu

2 days ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Jeanne O'Shell: The Boy Arcade
    The Boy Arcade, oil on panel painting by Collective Member Jeanne O'Shell. From her solo exhibition May 12 - June 9, 2018. Note: Painting will ship at end of exhibition. H 8" x W 14"
    https://ceruleanarts.com

2 days ago

The Spring Gardens Community Garden added 6 n...

Another great Food Truck Community Night! Thank you everyone for coming and hats off to Smokin' Tacos Food Truck & Foolish Waffles for amazing food! We will post details for our June event soon! Stay tuned!

    The Spring Gardens Community Garden
    The Spring Gardens Community Garden added a new photo.
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2 days ago

The Franklin Institute was live.

The International Space Station is making its way up the Eastern Seaboard of the United States this evening and will be visible to sky watchers in the Delaware Valley at around 8:42 pm ET (Look for a fast-moving and bright object). https://go.nasa.gov/2KN5SZc Using the orbiting laboratory's High Definition Earth Viewing Camera, we are looking down towards our planet as the station flies overhead. https://go.nasa.gov/2IINMXH Other viewing times for the Eastern United States include: 8:40 p.m. -- Charleston, S.C. 8:41 p.m. -- Savannah, Ga.; Raleigh, N.C. 8:42 p.m. -- Richmond, Va. 8:43 p.m. -- Baltimore, Md.; New York City; Boston, Mass. 8:44 p.m. -- Washington, D.C.

    The Franklin Institute
    The International Space Station is making its way up the Eastern Seaboard of the United States this evening and will be visible to sky watchers in the Delaware Valley at around 8:42 pm ET (Look for a...
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3 days ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Ruth Wolf: Blue Pond
    Blue Pond, acrylic on canvas painting by Collective Member Ruth Wolf. From her solo exhibition May 12 - June 9, 2018. Note: Painting will ship at end of exhibition. H 48" x W 96"
    https://ceruleanarts.com

3 days ago

Happy Wednesday!

Happy Wednesday!

    Bar Hygge
    Happy Wednesday!
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3 days ago

Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio shared a lin...

    Stephanie Rogers: Whimsy of Spring
    Whimsy of Spring, acrylic on gesso board painting by Collective Member Stephanie Rogers. From her solo exhibition May 12 - June 9, 2018. Note: Painting will ship at end of exhibition. H 40" x W 40"
    https://ceruleanarts.com

3 days ago

“The research is important not only for a bet...

“The research is important not only for a better understanding of the role each species of fly plays in the ecosystem at large, but for getting a larger picture of biodiversity and extinction rates.” http://bit.ly/2Ge9OiZ

    'Astounding' survey of fly species suggests we might be underestimating global biodiversity | CBC News
    A University of Calgary entomologist recently participated in a landmark study that revealed just how much we don't know about the number and variety of species that inhabit our planet. John Swann was one of 59 biologists who spent one year collecting flies from a four-hectare patch of cloud forest in Costa Rica.
    http://www.cbc.ca

3 days ago

Friends of Bache-Martin shared Bache-Martin H...

Love seeing those Bache-Martin tigers out and about!

    Bache-Martin Home & School Association
    Our 1st and 2nd grade students walked down to the Academy of Natural Sciences today. We are so grateful for our wonderful partnerships and for our students to have access to such amazing museums and...
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