7 hours ago

Happy Father's Day! It's also National Eat Yo...

Happy Father's Day! It's also National Eat Your Vegetables Day...likely not a coincidence. All this month, Just Salad and Just Salad are donating $1 to us for every Big Gay Garden Salad sold. Thank you, Just Salad! #thanksdad

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    Happy Father's Day! It's also National Eat Your Vegetables Day...likely not a coincidence. All this month, Just Salad and Just Salad are donating $1 to us for every Big Gay Garden Salad sold. Thank...
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12 hours ago

Drive & Donate! Driving equality forward mean...

Drive & Donate! Driving equality forward means we don’t go it alone. For every hour you reserve a Pride-branded Zipcar, $1 will be donated to local LGBT charities (including us!). Because the journey doesn’t stop when Pride is over. To make a reservation or learn more: www.zipcar.com/pride2018?utm_source=fb&utm_medium=social_local&utm_campaign=phi_con_williamwaypride2018_06/05/2018.

    William Way LGBT Community Center
    Drive & Donate! Driving equality forward means we don't go it alone. For every hour you reserve a Pride-branded Zipcar, $1 will be donated to local LGBT charities (including us!). Because the journey...
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21 hours ago

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    EZ PERMIT SPRINKLER RELOCATION (NFPA 13)-RELOCATING 15 SPRINKLERS FOR THE RELOCATION OF SPRINKLER HEADS AS PER ATTACHED STANDARDS. DEVIATIONS FROM THESE STANDARDS REQUIRE SUBMISSION OF CONSTRUCTION AND SITE PLANS.

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45 hours ago

Gamma Man posted 10 photos to Flickr:

2 days ago

William Way LGBT Community Center updated the...

    William Way LGBT Community Center
    William Way LGBT Community Center updated their cover photo.
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3 days ago

National Archives at Philadelphia added 4 new...

Happy Flag Day! Flag Day commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States, which happened on June 14, 1777, by resolution of the Second Continental Congress. This pamphlet provided instructions on how to properly display and respect the United States’ flag. Printed in 1968 by the United States Printing Office, the pamphlet was issued by the United States Navy Recruiting Service. #FlagDay #StarsAndStripes #OldGlory Citation: Our Flag; American Flag, History & Display; 30; Navy Yards, Philadelphia Navy Yard, Public Relations; RG 181 Naval Districts and Shore Establishments; National Archives at Philadelphia (NAID: 279176) and (HMS ID: PH-6334).

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    National Archives at Philadelphia added a new photo.
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3 days ago

Scott Troyan posted 1 photo to Flickr:

4 days ago

Your Guide To The Rail Park, Philly’s Game-Changing Elevated Greenway

The section curves southeast from Broad and Noble streets to 11th and Callowhill streets.

Entry to the Rail Park is free, with entrances at Broad and Noble streets, 13th and Noble streets and Callowhill Street between 11th and 12th streets.

Phase I’s footprint stretches from Broad and Noble streets, jumps up to the Reading Viaduct overhead and ends above the 1100 block of Callowhill Street.

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The section curves southeast from Broad and Noble streets to 11th and Callowhill streets.

    Your Guide To The Rail Park, Philly's Game-Changing Elevated Greenway
    The time has come, Philadelphia: The Rail Park is opening. On Thursday, June 14, a quarter-mile stretch of new urban greenspace opens to the public where the Reading Railroad once ran. Thereafter, the awesome new public space welcomes visitors daily into the free and open-to-everyone park.
    https://www.uwishunu.com

4 days ago

John Jarboe and The Bearded Ladies return to ...

John Jarboe and The Bearded Ladies return to the Wilma on June 20th in this Mr. Rogers-inspired cabaret.

    Inspired by Mr. Rogers: Bearded Ladies' latest queer cabaret promises it won't mock Fred
    Fred Rogers is having a moment. The creator of PBS's Mister Rogers' Neighborhood, who died in 2003, is the subject of the buzzed-about documentary Won't You Be My Neighbor?, the in-the-works biopic You Are My Friend starring Tom Hanks, and You Can Never Go Down the Drain, a new performance at the Wilma Theater.
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4 days ago

Gentrification will follow the Rail Park's launch. Here's why some neighbors welcome that.

...the former Reading Viaduct that starts at Broad and Noble Street and curves southwest to Vine and 11th Street, the park will give the formerly industrial neighborhood a much-needed public green space. At...

The Goldtex Building, located at 12th and Wood Street, stands next to the viaduct

The Heid Building, an old hat factory located at 13th and Pearl Street, is being redeveloped into a mixed use building

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...of Phase 1, a quarter-mile stretch of the former Reading Viaduct that starts at Broad and Noble Street and curves southwest to Vine and 11th Street, the park will give the formerly industrial...

Photo Pop Philly belongs on Hollywood Boulevard, not 13th and Walnut

    Gentrification will follow the Rail Park's launch. Here's why some neighbors welcome that.
    This week brings the long-awaited opening of the Rail Park, a rails-to-trails project in Philadelphia's Callowhill neighborhood that's been in the works since 2003. With the June 14 launch of Phase 1, a quarter-mile stretch of the former Reading Viaduct that starts at Broad and Noble Street and curves southwest to Vine and 11th Street, the park will give the formerly industrial neighborhood a much-needed public green space.
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4 days ago

In honor of National Pigeon Day, we want to h...

In honor of National Pigeon Day, we want to highlight this fascinating story, Unsung Heroes of World War I: The Carrier Pigeons,” from our colleagues in the National Archives History Office. https://prologue.blogs.archives.gov/2018/01/08/unsung-heroes-of-world-war-i-the-carrier-pigeons/

    Unsung heroes of World War I: the carrier pigeons
    Today's post comes from Garet Anderson-Lind from the National Archives History Office. World War I was one of the first great wars during the industrial revolution. From the introduction of airplanes to the use of tanks and railway guns on the battlefield, soldiers had to contend not only with each other but with the productions...
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5 days ago

Won't you be our neighbor? Join us at the Wil...

Won't you be our neighbor? Join us at the Wilma this June with The Bearded Ladies for a musical healing ritual You Can Never Go Down The Drain. Begins June 20.

    The Bearded Ladies Cabaret presents You Can Never Go Down The Drain | The Wilma Theater
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5 days ago

Where to Drink Near Philadelphia's New Rail Park

On Thursday, June 14, the former Reading Railroad Viaduct space at 13th and Noble will become Philadelphia's Rail Park, the city's answer to New York's High...

Stop in for the excellent cocktail list, extensive whiskey selection, bar snacks, and laid back atmosphere, and stay for the go-go dancers. (339 N 11th St; 267-239-0290)

Prohibition Taproom Though Prohibition Taproom is best known for its craft beer menu, don't overlook its cocktail program or its seasonal food menu. (501 N 13th St; 215-238-1818) 

Love City Brewing A new addition to Spring Garden's brewery scene, Love City Brewing is housed in a former rail parts factory, serving their signature brews alongside other local beers, bar snacks, and a rotating list of food trucks. (1023 Hamilton St; 215-398-1900)

This Chambersburg brewery's barrel house, decorated with murals from local artists, offers a full selection of Roy Pitz's beers as well as a full food menu. (990 Spring Garden St; 215-992-6792)

W/N W/N Coffee Bar This cozy cafe serves coffee during the afternoon but stays open late, hosting special events (including pop-ups from Pizza Gutt) and offering a full menu of beer, wine, and cocktails. (931 Spring Garden St)

This secretive, cash-only Chinatown speakeasy is home to some of the city's best cocktails — but make sure you follow the rules to the letter, or you may not be allowed back. (1029 Race Street)

    Where to Drink Near Philadelphia's New Rail Park
    On Thursday, June 14, the former Reading Railroad Viaduct space at 13th and Noble will become Philadelphia's Rail Park, the city's answer to New York's High Line Park.
    https://philly.thedrinknation.com

5 days ago

Spots are still open for Camp Wilma! Campers ...

Spots are still open for Camp Wilma! Campers as young as 6 can explore living, adventurous art this July through August. Learn more --> https://goo.gl/XCScHB

    The Wilma Theater
    Spots are still open for Camp Wilma! Campers as young as 6 can explore living, adventurous art this July through August. Learn more --> https://goo.gl/XCScHB
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6 days ago

Mayor Kenney schedule June 12, 2018

Where: 325 N. 9th St, Philadelphia, PA.

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Where: Weccacoe Playground, 400 Catharine St, Philadelphia, PA.

Where: Sugarhouse Casino, 1001 N. Delaware Ave, Philadelphia, PA.

    Mayor Kenney's Public Schedule for Tuesday
    11:00AM Mayor Kenney to Speak at Bethel Burying Ground Memorial Announcement The Mayor will deliver remarks to officially announce the development of the Bethel Burying Ground Historic Site Memorial.
    https://mailchi.mp

6 days ago

The Wilma Theater added 3 new photos.

Tonight at the Wilma, meet the folks of Philly Thrive and join the fight for a cleaner, healthier, safer Philadelphia at A Breath of Fresh Air: Benefit Concert hosted by Philly Thrive. Artists Brian Ratcliffe, Rachel Camp and Pax Ressler will host an evening with local musicians (including HotHouse Company members Matteo Scammell & Sarah Gliko) singing powerful songs of environmental and social justice.

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    The Wilma Theater added a new photo.
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6 days ago

27 Fantastic Things To Do In Philly This Week, June 11-17

Where:Franklin Square, 200 N. 6th Street

Where:The Rail Park, Broad and Noble streets to 11th and Callowhill streets

Where:Kickoff Party: Love City Brewing, 1023 Hamilton Street; Art for the Cash Poor: 10th Street from Buttonwood Street to Hamilton Street

Where:The African American Museum, 701 Arch Street

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Where:Betsy Ross House, 239 Arch Street

Where:Various locations including Booker's Restaurant & Bar, 5021 Baltimore Avenue

Where:Blue Cross RiverRink, 101 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Spruce Street Harbor Park, 301 S. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad Street

Where:Greensgrow Farms, 2501 E. Cumberland Street

Where:Academy of Music, 240 S. Broad Street

Where:The Rail Park, Broad and Noble streets to 11th and Callowhill streets

Where:Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Avenue

Where:Various locations including Lloyd Hall, 1 Boathouse Row

Where:Dilworth Park, 1 S. 15th Street

Where:Clark Park, 4300-4398 Baltimore Avenue

Where:The Rosenbach, 2008 Delancey Place

Where:Johnson House Historic Site, 6306 Germantown Avenue

Where:The Schmidt's Commons, 1001 N. 2nd Street

Where:Taller Puertorriqueno, 2600 N. 5th Street

Where:Various locations including the Museum of the American Revolution, 101 S. 3rd Street

    27 Fantastic Things To Do In Philly This Week, June 11-17
    The Rail Park | Photo courtesy The Rail Park Grand opening of the Rail Park, the Clark Park Music and Arts Festival, Juneteenth Festival in Germantown and so much more... The Besty Ross House and Historic Philadelphia, Inc. fete the American flag for a full week with Flag Fest 2018.
    https://www.uwishunu.com

6 days ago

Jun 10

Hey, runners! There's just 40 minutes left to...

Hey, runners! There's just 40 minutes left to pick up your Philly Pride Run bibs before 10 am. We are keeping calm while waiting for you. #namasteallday

    William Way LGBT Community Center
    Hey, runners! There's just 40 minutes left to pick up your Philly Pride Run bibs before 10 am. We are keeping calm while waiting for you. #namasteallday
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