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"Phenomenal", bronze sculpture by Colleen O'D...

"Phenomenal", bronze sculpture by Colleen O'Donnell, included in our current exhibition "An Exemplar Model". https://ceruleanarts.com/products/colleen-odonnell-phenomenal

    Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio
    "Phenomenal", bronze sculpture by Colleen O'Donnell, included in our current exhibition "An Exemplar Model". https://ceruleanarts.com/products/colleen-odonnell-phenomenal
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1 hour ago

The Franklin Institute shared their event.

Before they take to the field this Sunday, come to The Franklin Institute to discover some of the science that will lead your Philadelphia Eagles to victory. http://bit.ly/2ri1r3L

    Go Green on Game Day
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1 hour ago

"Seedpod", oil on panel painting by Kristin B...

"Seedpod", oil on panel painting by Kristin Balmer, included in the exhibition "An Exemplar Model" on view now at Cerulean Arts. https://ceruleanarts.com/products/kristin-balmer-seedpod

    Kristin Balmer: Seedpod
    Seedpod, oil on panel painting by Kristin Balmer. Included in the exhibition An Exemplar Model, January 5 - 27, 2018. Note: Painting will ship after end of exhibition. H 12" x W 12"
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2 hours ago

"Just as generations before us have done, it’...

"Just as generations before us have done, it’s important that we also do our part." Great opinion piece from Evelina Bodon and Felicia Harris about getting involved within our communities.

    Most neighborhood volunteers are seniors. The time is now for millennials to get involved | Opinion
    These public spaces are gems and can be part of what makes living in a neighborhood so attractive; and they have only survived for so long because of the commitment of those few neighbors, many seniors, who are dedicated volunteers, advocates and members of friends of groups or recreation advisory councils.
    http://www.philly.com

3 hours ago

Final day to see these five terrific exhibiti...

Final day to see these five terrific exhibitions - on view through 6pm tonight.

    Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio
    Final day to see these five terrific exhibitions - on view through 6pm tonight.
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3 hours ago

Happy Birthday to Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Al...

Happy Birthday to Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, shown here contemplating the “magnificent desolation” of the Moon while setting up some experiments to study the lunar surface. Aldrin was born on this day in 1930. http://go.nasa.gov/1OVBz1c IMAGE: Neil Armstrong (American, 1930-2012) | Buzz Aldrin Deploys Apollo 11 Experiments | 1969 | NASA - National Aeronautics and Space Administration

    The Franklin Institute
    Happy Birthday to Apollo 11 Astronaut Buzz Aldrin, shown here contemplating the "magnificent desolation" of the Moon while setting up some experiments to study the lunar surface. Aldrin was born on...
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7 hours ago

The Franklin Institute’s Chief Bioscientist, ...

The Franklin Institute’s Chief Bioscientist, Dr. Jayatri Das tells her Science Story: “I remember the day that I was sitting at my computer and, suddenly, I found these patterns that I had been looking for, but they came out in a way that I never expected and realized that no one had ever seen before.” http://bit.ly/2FVxJos This video is part of The Franklin Institute’s Science Stories series. Tell us yours: http://bit.ly/tell-science-story #ScienceStories

    The Franklin Institute
    The Franklin Institute's Chief Bioscientist, Dr. Jayatri Das tells her Science Story: "I remember the day that I was sitting at my computer and, suddenly, I found these patterns that I had been...
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13 hours ago

  • PLUMBING PERMIT

    REPLACE 3/4" WATER SERVICE-PA1#20180162230-"SELF-CERTIFICATION'S ARE NO LONGER PERMITTED" - "ALL EXCAVATIONS AND PLUMBING TRENCHES IN EXCESS OF 5 FEET IN DEPTH MUST HAVE APPROVED SHORING IN PLACE AT THE TIME OF INSPECTION"

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19 hours ago

Happening now: #BarnesYP goes Gothic Glam cel...

Happening now: #BarnesYP goes Gothic Glam celebrating #KieferRodin.

    The Barnes Foundation
    Happening now: #BarnesYP goes Gothic Glam celebrating #KieferRodin.
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23 hours ago

"Orchid 1", oil on linen painting by Leo Robi...

"Orchid 1", oil on linen painting by Leo Robinson, included in our current exhibition "An Exemplar Model". https://ceruleanarts.com/products/leo-robinson-orchid-1

    Leo Robinson: Orchid 1
    Orchid 1, oil on linen painting by Leo Robinson. Included in the exhibition An Exemplar Model, January 5 - 27, 2018. Note: Painting will ship after end of exhibition. H 20" x W 16"
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23 hours ago

“When the impact of a grunt is investigated, ...

“When the impact of a grunt is investigated, there is evidence that hitting performance is enhanced. Skilled university tennis players were found to hit with a 3.8% increase in groundstroke hitting velocity when they grunted.” http://bit.ly/2rjW1Fw

    What can science tell us about grunting in tennis?
    Grunting could be considered performance-enhancing for the grunter and performance-hindering for their opponent ne of tennis' perennial debates has ignited early at this year's Australian Open, after Belarusian player Aryna Sabalenka was accused of grunting too loudly during her first-round loss to Australian Ashleigh Barty.
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24 hours ago

"Sleep", plaster sculpture by Colleen O'Donne...

"Sleep", plaster sculpture by Colleen O'Donnell on view now at Cerulean Arts. https://ceruleanarts.com/products/colleen-odonnell-sleep

    Colleen O'Donnell: Sleep
    Sleep, plaster sculpture by Philadelphia artist Colleen O'Donnell. Included in the exhibition An Exemplar Model, January 5 - 27, 2018. Note: Sculpture will ship after end of exhibition. H 3" x W 14" x D 8"
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25 hours ago

Dear partner orgs! If you have an event that ...

Dear partner orgs! If you have an event that is community-oriented to share to our fairmountcdc.org/events calendar, send it our way. Listing through May.

    fairmount-cdc
    http://www.fairmountcdc.org

26 hours ago

Hey Philadelphia Eagles ... we play outside t...

Hey Philadelphia Eagles ... we play outside too. Good Luck from the Mann! 🎶 #FlyEaglesFly

    The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
    Hey Philadelphia Eagles ... we play outside too. Good Luck from the Mann! 🎶 #FlyEaglesFly
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27 hours ago

“Time is an herb that cures all Diseases.” - ...

“Time is an herb that cures all Diseases.” - Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard’s Almanack, 1738 http://bit.ly/2FPEU1t #FranklinFriday IMAGE: David Roentgen (German, 1743–1807) and Peter Kinzing (German, 1745–1816) | Obelisk clock with a Franklin movement | ca. 1785-1790 | The Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York

    The Franklin Institute
    "Time is an herb that cures all Diseases." - Benjamin Franklin, Poor Richard's Almanack, 1738 http://bit.ly/2FPEU1t #FranklinFriday IMAGE: David Roentgen (German, 1743-1807) and Peter Kinzing...
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27 hours ago

10 Surefire Ways to Foster Creativity in Your...

10 Surefire Ways to Foster Creativity in Your Children | AAA State of Play #learningthroughplay #playmatters #creativity #earlychildhood #education http://blog.aaastateofplay.com/2014/03/10-surefire-ways-to-foster-creativity.html

    10 Surefire Ways to Foster Creativity in Your Children
    (CREDIT: Photo by humbert15 (Flickr)) For children, creativity can be everything. As a parent, I always found it to be important to give my children the opportunity to be creative. To do that, sometimes it takes work on your part to inspire them.
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28 hours ago

"Cup and Pinecone" oil on panel painting by K...

"Cup and Pinecone" oil on panel painting by Kristin Balmer. Included in the exhibition "An Exemplar Model" on view now at Cerulean Arts. https://ceruleanarts.com/products/kristin-balmer-cup-and-pinecone

    Kristin Balmer: Cup and Pinecone
    Cup and Pinecone, oil on panel painting by Kristin Balmer. Included in the exhibition An Exemplar Model, January 5 - 27, 2018. Note: Painting will ship after end of exhibition. H 12" x W 12"
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29 hours ago

On sale now: WXPN welcomes The Decemberists w...

On sale now: WXPN welcomes The Decemberists with M.Ward on June 7th ✨

    The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
    On sale now: WXPN welcomes The Decemberists with M.Ward on June 7th ✨
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29 hours ago

Smith Memorial Playground & Playhouse shared ...

Happy belated birthday to Councilman Derek Green's son Julian! We hope you had just as much fun yesterday as you did at Smith in this photo! #GiantWoodenSlide #smithplays #happybirthday

    Councilman Derek Green
    A very special young man is celebrating his birthday today. Happy Birthday to my son, Julian!
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30 hours ago

Happy birthday, Cézanne! Paul Cézanne (1839-...

Happy birthday, Cézanne! Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) painted “The Card Players” from 1890–1892. The one that hangs at the Barnes is the largest of several versions completed by the artist. Speaking to the might and strength inherent in Cézanne’s work, Dr. Barnes wrote: “The essential and fundamental effect of Cézanne’s form, in its best estate, is the quality of power, rendered in legitimate painting terms. Perhaps no other painter has so successfully made power the keynote of his design; not even Michelangelo…” Look for this monumental work in the main room of our Collection Gallery. 🎨 Paul Cézanne. The Card Players (Les Joueurs de cartes), 1890–1892

    The Barnes Foundation
    Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) painted "The Card Players" from 1890-1892. The one that hangs at the Barnes is the largest of several versions completed by the artist. Speaking to the might and strength...
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30 hours ago

Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) painted “The Card Pl...

Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) painted “The Card Players” from 1890–1892. The one that hangs at the Barnes is the largest of several versions completed by the artist. Speaking to the might and strength inherent in Cézanne’s work, Dr. Barnes wrote: “The essential and fundamental effect of Cézanne’s form, in its best estate, is the quality of power, rendered in legitimate painting terms. Perhaps no other painter has so successfully made power the keynote of his design; not even Michelangelo…” Look for this monumental work in the main room of our Collection Gallery. 🎨 Paul Cézanne. The Card Players (Les Joueurs de cartes), 1890–1892

    The Barnes Foundation
    Paul Cézanne (1839-1906) painted "The Card Players" from 1890-1892. The one that hangs at the Barnes is the largest of several versions completed by the artist. Speaking to the might and strength...
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30 hours ago

The Franklin Institute shared Main Line Paren...

Learn more about our Discovery Camp program and a wide variety of other local and regional youth camps at the 2018 Philadelphia Family & Main Line Parent School & Camp Fair this Sunday, January 21, 2018 at The Franklin Institute. http://bit.ly/2rnUP46

    2018 Philadelphia Family & Main Line Parent School & Camp Fair
    The first 150 people to register at familyfocus.org/campfair AND attend will receive free admission to The Franklin Institute for the day. The...
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37 hours ago

Discover what our Science After Hours team is...

Discover what our Science After Hours team is most excited for this coming Tuesday's Party Like a Rock Star event. http://bit.ly/2FPQvxv Limited tickets are still available. Join us for some hard rocking science fun on January 23, 2018: http://bit.ly/1WaaTyi

    How to Party Like a Rock Star: Insider Tips from our Science After Hours Team
    We asked our Museum Programs team for a sneak peek at some of the cool things we can expect from the upcoming Science After Hours: Party Like a Rock Star event here at The Franklin Institute. Hiya! I'm Cat, and I'm the Assistant Director of Program Initiatives at the Franklin Institute.
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37 hours ago

  • MECHANICAL PERMIT

    FOR INSTALLATION OF NEW WATER HEATER FOR TENANT LAUNDRY SPACE AS PER PLANS.

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  • ALTERATION PERMIT

    FOR INTERIOR LEVEL 2 ALTERATIONS TO BASEMENT OF AN EXISTING ATTACHED STRUCTURE TO CREATE AN ACCESSORY LAUNDRY SPACE AS PER PLANS. SEPARATE PERMIT REQUIRED FOR ALL MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING WORK.

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44 hours ago

This week, I wrote an op ed on the land dispo...

This week, I wrote an op ed on the land disposition process in Philadelphia. It's available online now and tomorrow in print. The full text is below so everyone can read it: "Stories about development of City-owned property might give the impression that it’s only happening in the Second Council District, and that the system is broken beyond repair. But that impression is untrue and outdated. The fact is that City-owned property sales happen all over Philadelphia, not just the Second District. For a long time, there were problems with the process, but recent changes have led to significant improvements. In order to see clearly how far we’ve come, it’s helpful to understand where we started. When I was elected to City Council in 2011, the City had a convoluted land disposition process that had been around for years, the legacy of a long-shrinking city. It was a process I inherited, but I did my best to work within that process to fight for my vision for the Second District. Specifically, I have supported the development of vacant lots to reduce blight, generate economic activity, and grow the city tax base. At the same time, I have looked for opportunities to promote housing affordability as land values skyrocketed in neighborhoods like Graduate Hospital and Point Breeze. My concern then and now has been: How do we promote growth and opportunity in the Second District while protecting long-term residents from displacement? For that reason, my consistent, stated mission has always been to strike a balance between market-rate and affordable housing in our neighborhoods. If a reputable organization or individual approaches the City with a request to purchase City-owned land to develop affordable housing, I have been inclined to support it when asked. Unfortunately, under the system that I inherited, there were not enough safeguards in place to make sure that promises of affordable housing were delivered. A bad actor had too much opportunity to game the system in the interest of turning a profit. It was a citywide problem that went unresolved for too long. Fortunately, that old system is in the past. The reformed process for selling City-owned property goes through the Land Bank, an initiative I supported and voted for in Council. With the Land Bank, anyone can express interest in a City-owned lot online. Land Bank policy requires competitive bidding for most city-owned land. If there are no competing bids, the price is generally set by an independent appraisal. The Land Bank also vets potential recipients of City-owned land and their proposals. The Land Bank scores and selects bids to develop below-market-rate housing according to standardized, publicly available criteria. It requires a binding development agreement, a restrictive covenant on the deed, eligibility screening of potential buyers, and other safeguards that are stringent and clearly enforceable. I have invested deeply in the Land Bank’s success. I was the second councilmember to transfer the vast majority (75%) of my district’s vacant city-owned lots to the Land Bank. The Land Bank’s RFP process has already led to two workforce housing projects in Point Breeze. In September 2017, the Land Bank finally got its first permanent executive director and general counsel, and they are already working hard for the Second District with my support. Very soon, they will be issuing a new workforce housing RFP for Point Breeze and listing 33 city-owned lots for competitive bid. This is how land disposition works in the Second District. It’s the transparent, equitable, open land-use policy that Philadelphia deserves. And it has helped us strike the balance between market rate and affordable housing that I believe is critical to our growth. I believe my job is to serve all of my constituents, and that is what I’ll do as long as I have the privilege of representing the Second District in City Council."

    A sensible path for development in Philadelphia | Kenyatta Johnson
    Stories about development of city-owned property might give the impression that it's only happening in the Second Council District, and that the system is broken beyond repair. But that impression is untrue and outdated. The fact is that city-owned property sales happen all over Philadelphia, not just the Second District.
    http://www.philly.com

44 hours ago

Our latest post comes from guest blogger and ...

Our latest post comes from guest blogger and photographer, Terrance Snap Shot Anderson, about his experience at last month's community event at Hatfield House.

    Hatfield House: Let the neighborhood speak - Fairmount Park Conservancy
    On December 8, 2017, artists, community leaders, and neighbors came together at the Hatfield House, located at 33rd and Girard, to have a much needed Q&A about the Strawberry Mansion community and the many changes that have been occurring in the area.
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45 hours ago

Councilman Kenyatta Johnson shared E.M. Stant...

    E.M. Stanton Elementary School
    Today at Stanton Dr. Hite and Councilman Kenyatta Johnson handed out awards to kindergarten students with perfect attendance and encouraged families to register students for Kindergarten for the...
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45 hours ago

You're Invited to an Open House with BalletX,...

You're Invited to an Open House with BalletX, Philadelphia's premier contemporary ballet, Jan. 22 or 24, 3:00pm-5:00pm at the Performance Garage! Join BalletX to meet choreographer Darrell Grand Moultrie and the company's ten dancers, and receive a special offer after the rehearsal. To learn more and RSVP, go to: www.balletx.org/a-sopenhouse Attend an open rehearsal and receive a voucher for a $5 ticket to our spring series.

    Bache-Martin Home & School Association
    You're Invited to an Open House with BalletX, Philadelphia's premier contemporary ballet, Jan. 22 or 24, 3:00pm-5:00pm at the Performance Garage! Join BalletX to meet choreographer Darrell Grand...
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46 hours ago

Could Martian Pale Ale be the next big craft ...

Could Martian Pale Ale be the next big craft beer trend? Students from Villanova University are looking into how well hops would grow on the red planet. http://bit.ly/2EPnuRi

    If we ever get to mars, the beer might not be bad
    Here's an interplanetary botany discovery that took college students and not NASA scientists to find: Hops - the flowers used to add a pleasant bitterness to beer - grow well in Martian soil. "I don't know if it's a practical plant, but it's doing fairly well," said Edward F.
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47 hours ago

Cocktail of the week is our Iced Mexican Hot ...

Cocktail of the week is our Iced Mexican Hot Chocolate with Espolon Tequila - cool and refreshing on the outside, makes you feel warm and fuzzy on the inside. #espolontequila #barhygge #phillycocktails

    Bar Hygge
    Cocktail of the week is our Iced Mexican Hot Chocolate with Espolon Tequila - cool and refreshing on the outside, makes you feel warm and fuzzy on the inside. #espolontequila #barhygge #phillycocktails
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2 days ago

Brian Sims added 3 new photos — feeling accom...

MANNA! So today #Team182 and a few our newest interns are spending the day preparing meals at MANNA (Metropolitan Area Neighborhood Nutrition Alliance) Since 1990 MANNA has been providing life saving meals in the Philadelphia region. Now operating from a state-of-the-art facility on 20th Street, MANNA has a staff of more than 30, a full commercial kitchen and a fleet of trucks that bring warm and nourishing food to our ill neighbors in Southeastern Pennsylvania and Southern New Jersey. This month alone they will serve nearly 100,000 meals and today’s will be made with some #Team182 love and care! Please, PLEASE check out this amazing organization and consider volunteering or even organizing volunteers from your home, work, or neighborhood! #FoodAsMedicine

    Brian Sims
    Brian Sims, Philadelphia, PA. 61,801 likes · 1,112 talking about this. Official Legislative Page of Rep. Brian Sims. Comments should center on legitimate concerns or observations relating to...
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2 days ago

the Mann is... music for everyone. Every seas...

the Mann is... music for everyone. Every season, we strive to bring you world-class performances and this year is no exception. Stay tuned as we continue to announce our exciting 2018 season! 🎶

    The Mann Center for the Performing Arts
    the Mann is... music for everyone. Every season, we strive to bring you world-class performances and this year is no exception. Stay tuned as we continue to announce our exciting 2018 season! 🎶
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2 days ago

Thanks to everyone who attended the Artists' ...

Thanks to everyone who attended the Artists' Talk for our exhibition "An Exemplar Model" this past Sunday. If missed it, you can still hear Kristin Balmer, Colleen O'Donnell & Leo Robinson talk about their work here: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=OnIeL6MC0TY

    Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio
    Thanks to everyone who attended the Artists' Talk for our exhibition "An Exemplar Model" this past Sunday. If missed it, you can still hear Kristin Balmer, Colleen O'Donnell & Leo Robinson talk...
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2 days ago

“Standing on platforms, the figures loom abov...

“Standing on platforms, the figures loom above visitors, staring straight ahead. Some of their visages are stern and others smiling.” - LNP + LancasterOnline.com http://bit.ly/2FOxCLs “Terracotta Warriors of the First Emperor” is open now through March 4, 2018. Learn more: http://bit.ly/fi-tcw

    'Terracotta Warriors' exhibit brings first Chinese emperor to life at Franklin Institute
    PHILADELPHIA - In 1974, a group of farmers digging a well in a persimmon orchard in central China found pieces of terra-cotta pottery that looked like parts of human figures. They didn't realize that under their feet lay an ancient burial chamber the size of Manhattan.
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2 days ago

According to data just released by NOAA and N...

According to data just released by NOAA and NASA, 2017 had the second warmest global surface temperature since 1880. http://n.pr/2FPVY7B

    2017 Among Warmest Years On Record
    2017 was among the warmest years on record, according to new data released by NASA and the National Oceanic Atmospheric Administration. The planet's global surface temperature last year was second warmest since 1880, NASA says. NOAA calls it the third warmest year on record, due to slight variation in the ways that they analyze temperatures.
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2 days ago

BREAKING: Philadelphia advances to the top 20...

BREAKING: Philadelphia advances to the top 20 list of Amazon HQ2 cities.

    Amazon announces candidate cities for HQ2
    Amazon announces candidate cities for HQ2
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2 days ago

There is still time to see the works of Alysa...

There is still time to see the works of Alysa Bennett, Meghan Cox, Mary Powers Holt, Jacob Lunderby and Nancy Neill! All on view through Saturday, January 20.

    Cerulean Arts Gallery and Studio
    There is still time to see the works of Alysa Bennett, Meghan Cox, Mary Powers Holt, Jacob Lunderby and Nancy Neill! All on view through Saturday, January 20.
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2 days ago

We are proud of our Executive Director, Jamie...

We are proud of our Executive Director, Jamie Gauthier, who was appointed by Mayor Kenney to serve on the nominating panel for Philadelphia's new school board!

    Kenney names nominating panel for new Philly school board
    Philadelphia's new Board of Education started to take shape Tuesday with the naming of a 13-member nominating committee, the latest step toward re-establishing local control of city schools. The board would replace the School Reform Commission that has voted to dissolve itself.
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2 days ago

The Franklin Institute shared their event.

The next Night Skies in the Observatory event at The Franklin Institute is coming up on February 13, 2018. Join us for an evening of stargazing and more exciting space-related programing for all ages. Learn more: http://bit.ly/2oZFEg6

    Night Skies in the Observatory
    Join us for an evening of 'out of this world' astronomy activities hosted by Franklin Institute Chief Astronomer Derrick Pitts. Night Skies at the...
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2 days ago

#Iresolve to give #Renoir a chance. Revered o...

#Iresolve to give #Renoir a chance. Revered or reviled? Regardless of how you feel about Renoir, you’re in for a lively discussion! Join us for the 4-session class “Renoir: A Painter’s Painter” led by accomplished painter, printmaker, and author Bill Scott, who will offer his personal reflection on why Renoir resonates so deeply with painters. Discover why many contemporary artists still find themselves gravitating to Renoir as a source of inspiration, marveling over his ever imaginative use of color. Starts Monday, Feb. 26. Register: barnesfoundation.org/classes/renoir-a-painters-painter 🎨 Pierre-Auguste Renoir. Composition, Five Bathers (Composition, cinq baigneuses), c. 1918.

    The Barnes Foundation
    Iresolve to give #Renoir a chance. Revered or reviled? Regardless of how you feel about Renoir, you're in for a lively discussion! Join us for the 4-session class "Renoir: A Painter's Painter" led...
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2 days ago

Uwishunu tops this week's to-do list with Res...

Uwishunu tops this week's to-do list with Restaurant Week and skating at Dilworth Park, and we couldn't agree more! #CCDRW

    18+ Fantastic Things to Do in Philly This Week
    Rothman Institute Ice Rink | Photo courtesy Center City District Center City Restaurant Week, the Eagles in the NFC Championship game, the Philly Home Show and more... It's looking like a delightfully delicious week here in Philadelphia. Center City District Restaurant Week is in full swing at more than 120 different eateries where you can spend a night out enjoying a three-course meal.
    https://www.uwishunu.com

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