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Have you gotten your ticket to PASSAGE yet? T...

Have you gotten your ticket to PASSAGE yet? Take a look at our upcoming special events to help you decide when to go. #WilmaPassage #CollegeNight #BeerNight #DirectorsGathering

    Passage Events | The Wilma Theater
    Calling all Penn Quakers, Temple Owls, UArts Unicorns, Drexel Dragons, and everything in between - College Night is back! For only $10, join classmates and students from other Philadelphia colleges and universities for a complimentary pre-show reception full of delicious pizza and treats at 6:30pm in the studio room.
    https://www.wilmatheater.org

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Love City Brewing Is Now Open in Spring Arts

Love City Brewing, the latest addition to Arts + Crafts Holdings’ Spring Arts district, debuts this afternoon at 1023 Hamilton Street. The brewery and tasting room, located […]

    Love City Brewing Is Now Open in Spring Arts
    The beer starts flowing at 4 p.m. today. Love City Brewing , the latest addition to Arts + Crafts Holdings' Spring Arts district, debuts this afternoon at 1023 Hamilton Street. The brewery and tasting room, located in a 9,000 square-foot space that once housed a manufacturer of parts for the trains that traveled along the nearby Reading Railroad, will open its doors at 4 p.m.
    https://www.phillymag.com

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National Archives at Philadelphia added 3 new...

In our holdings here in Philadelphia, we have over 2,500 Alien’s Applications for Permission to Depart. With the passing of the Wartime Measure Act in 1918, documentation for travel became a priority in the United States. During World War I, there was an influx of people moving between borders throughout the world, often without any form of official documentation. By implementing this Act, the United States could better control its borders by requiring all U.S. citizens to acquire a passport and non-citizens to acquire visas. These particular applications were submitted by aliens for permission to leave the U.S. and go to a specific country for a specified reason. More often than not, the requests were made to return to their home country and be reunited with family, take up a job, handle family matters, or work on newly inherited land they had acquired since emigrating. Included in the application files were photographs, extensive background information on the individual, list of residences, references, and their reason for requesting departure. One example of these applications is shared here: Paolo Romano a resident of South Philadelphia. Romano’s departure was not immediately granted, due to the fact that crucial documents were missing from his application. Included in this file are also letters in which the Commissioner specifically requested that Mr. Romano to obtain proper documentation from the local draft board in Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Romano responded to this request by explaining that he felt his life would be at risk if he went to Baltimore to secure the necessary permit. He believed that the Mafia had made him a marked man, and pleaded for his application to be granted without the form. When asked for his reason for departure Romano wrote: “On account that my wife is dead, I have 2 children to take care of and because of the fact that I have been threatened to be killed by the so called (”Mafia”) or Black Hand.” On November 11th, Paolo wrote: “Without answering your letter, I respect as I have said verbally that it is absolutely impossible for me – in Baltimore, Maryland, because I have been condemned to death by dissolute persons – which – this great nation -----. Therefore I apply to the Federal Police and the legal measures that a permission will be given to me to leave the U.S. where my life is in great danger.” The Commissioner wrote to the Chief of Foreign Permits Office on November 16th, “The applicant was questioned by Inspector Zimmerman at the time the application was filed and he explained that he felt that he was a marked man although he had received no communication from anyone threatening his life, but that twice he had been shot at and other incidents had occurred which made him thank that someone was endeavoring to take his life; he could not explain what these “other incidents” were.” In the end, the Commissioner granted his application to depart to Italy, even though Paolo’s application was not complete. The photograph of Paolo is shared below, but you can read his full application as well as thousands of others by visiting our research room. This post was written by Megan Kelly, Research and Writing Intern with the National Archives at Philadelphia. #NARA #PhillyArchives #wwi #immigration #mafia #theblackhand #alien CITATION: Alien Application for Permission to Depart from the United States for Paolo Romano; 3; Office of the Commissioner, Philadelphia; RG 085 Immigration and Naturalization; National Archives at Philadelphia (567234) and (PH-3587).


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William Way LGBT Community Center updated the...

Give OUT day is the only national day of LGBT giving. In 2018, we are raising funds to replace our ragtag bunch of metal folding chairs. A new chair is just $26! https://www.giveoutday.org/c/GO/a/waygay40


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Give OUT Day is the ONLY national day of givi...

Give OUT Day is the ONLY national day of giving for the LGBTQ community – a 24-hour online fundraising event that engages thousands of people throughout the U.S. to Give OUT in support of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community.

    Give OUT Day
    April 20th is Give OUT Day, a national day of giving for the LGBTQ community - a 24hr online fundraising event to unite the community & raise critical funds for nonprofits serving the LGBTQ community.
    https://www.giveoutday.org

32 hours ago

Deafheaven at Union Transfer on 07/22/2018 08:00 PM EDT

1026 Spring Garden St.

    Deafheaven - Tickets - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA - July 22nd, 2018
    Deafheaven is a California-based act that has garnered acclaim for their signature hybrid sound of black metal, shoegaze, and post-rock. On October 2 the band will release their next album New Bermuda on ANTI-.
    https://www.utphilly.com

34 hours ago

Today we want to take a moment to honor the l...

Today we want to take a moment to honor the life of Barbara Bush who died yesterday at the age of 92. The wife of President George H. W. Bush, and the mother of President George W. Bush, Barbara Bush was by all accounts an outspoken, witty, and formidable women. She was an advocate for many causes, most notably of which was her work championing literacy. The photograph featured here is from the 86th Army-Navy game that was held in Philadelphia in 1985. To then Vice President George H. W. Bush’s excitement as a veteran of the Navy, the Navy Midshipmen won this game 17-7. Barbara is pictured here by his side, where she stood throughout their 73 years of marriage and many years in public service. Barbara is survived by her husband and children, and will be remembered and honored by the entire country. Citation: Vice President George H. W. Bush and Barbara Bush at the 86 th Army-Navy Game, Box 41, Events, Public Relations, Philadelphia Navy Yard, RG 181: Records of Naval Districts and Shore Establishments, National Archives at Philadelphia, (NAID: 279176) (HMS ID: PH-6334). #barbarabush #bush #41 #georgehwbush #archives #history #army #navy #nara


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Drink Your Way Through the 2018 Philadelphia Science Festival, April 22-28

Discover the science behind all that foam in your beer with an afternoon of tasting and testing. Tickets are $40 and include a class presented by the University of the Sciences, light brunch and beer samples. Purchase tickets online here. (500 Spring Garden St.)

Love City Brewing is opening its first Philadelphia area brewpub on Thursday, April 19 at 1023 Hamilton Street in the Spring Arts neighborhood....read more ›

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...fun! Wristbands are $5 and include access to special drink deals. Purchase your wristband here. (1210 Frankford Ave....

Head to Old City to learn lessons and hear stories directly from six scientists. Guests will have the chance to rate the best stories, question their hypotheses and also enjoy some drinks. Best of all, the event is free. (22 S 3rd St.)

Learn about sustainability as it pertains to sensory, nutritional and culinary aspects of food. Tickets are $35 and include a wine pairing and “scientifically delicious” tasting menu of sustainable cuisine made by Drexel students and faculty. Purchase tickets here. (101 N 33rd St.)

...when purchased in advance here. Select merchants will be serving up $5 cash only bites. (51 N 12th St....

Say farewell to this year's festival with a free, all-day science carnival on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway! Enjoy science demos, experiments, games, entertainment and a full day of fun. (222 N 20th St.)

    Drink Your Way Through the 2018 Philadelphia Science Festival, April 22-28
    Get to know what's in your glass down to every particle at the 2018 Philly Science Festival, taking place this year from Friday, April 20 to Saturday, April 28. We've rounded up the best, which also happen to be the booziest, events of the festival so you can nerd out with a drink in hand all week long!
    https://philly.thedrinknation.com

43 hours ago

Drink & Dance For a Great Cause at ACLU's 'United We Dance' on May 10

Love City Brewing is opening its first Philadelphia area brewpub on Thursday, April 19 at 1023 Hamilton Street in the Spring Arts neighborhood....read more ›

    Drink & Dance For a Great Cause at ACLU's 'United We Dance' on May 10
    On Thursday, May 10, head to World Café Live for the ACLU of Pennsylvania's annual benefit, United We Dance, from 7 PM - 11 PM. Brazilian funk band PhillyBloco will headline this celebration of diversity and activism, and beyond dancing, you can enjoy great local food, excellent drinks, and a silent auction.
    https://philly.thedrinknation.com

43 hours ago

Buffalo Trace Just Celebrated Seven Million Barrels Since Prohibition

Love City Brewing is opening its first Philadelphia area brewpub on Thursday, April 19 at 1023 Hamilton Street in the Spring Arts neighborhood....read more ›

    Buffalo Trace Just Celebrated Seven Million Barrels Since Prohibition
    Big news in the bourbon world: on Wednesday, April 12, Buffalo Trace Distillery in Frankfort, Kentucky rolled out its seven millionth barrel of whiskey since Prohibition ended in 1933, according to a press release. The momentous occasion was celebrated with an intimate gathering of mostly employees.
    https://philly.thedrinknation.com

43 hours ago

Budweiser is Now Selling an Orange Beer

Love City Brewing is opening its first Philadelphia area brewpub on Thursday, April 19 at 1023 Hamilton Street in the Spring Arts neighborhood....read more ›

    Budweiser is Now Selling an Orange Beer
    Budweiser is gearing up for the summer, and this time it's not just changing its name to America for a few months. Instead, the behemoth mega-brewery is adding a new flavor to its iconic Bud Light line: Bud Light Orange . The new flavor will be available from April until September.
    https://philly.thedrinknation.com

43 hours ago

Love City Brewing Opens Behind Union Transfer

Love City Brewing is opening its first Philadelphia area brewpub on Thursday, April 19 at 1023 Hamilton Street in the Spring Arts neighborhood, just behind Union Transfer.

    Love City Brewing Opens Behind Union Transfer
    Love City Brewing is opening its first Philadelphia area brewpub on Thursday, April 19 at 1023 Hamilton Street in the Spring Arts neighborhood, just behind Union Transfer. Operated by Kevin & Melissa Walter, the former of whom is an alum of Iron City Brewing, this 9,000 square foot space offers ample seating and pub food alongisde Love City Brewing's signature brews.
    https://philly.thedrinknation.com

2 days ago

The Jesus Lizard at Union Transfer on 09/08/2018 08:30 PM EDT

1026 Spring Garden St.

    The Jesus Lizard - Tickets - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA - September 8th, 2018
    The Jesus Lizard formed in late 80's Austin, TX after David Yow (vox) and David Wm. Sims' (bass) previous band Scratch Acid broke up. They started the Jesus Lizard with Duane Denison (guitar) and a drum machine and recorded their debut EP Pure with Steve Albini in 1989.
    https://www.utphilly.com

2 days ago

Nearly 24,000 women and girls entered costume...

Nearly 24,000 women and girls entered costumes in a “Dress-Your-Best” Contest sponsored in 1954. Marlene Dillman won a trip to Paris--click on the links to see photos of her winning outfits in the City of Lights. According to a McCall’s study at the time, the "average woman who sews" is a housewife between 20 and 39 years old, who has one or two children and a family income above the U. S. average. She makes 21 garments a year – 14 of them for herself. In addition, she makes six garments for her children and one for her husband. Did your mother sew outfits for you when you were a child? Do you sew? https://text-message.blogs.archives.gov/2018/03/22/13074/

    Fashion Forward at the National Archives
    Today's post was written by Laney Stevenson, Archives Technician at the National Archives at College Park. Although fashion may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of government records and the holdings of the National Archives, fashion and dress has, and continues to be, a significant aspect of life for many...
    http://text-message.blogs.archives.gov

2 days ago

Jeremy Enigk at Union Transfer on 06/23/2018 08:30 PM EDT

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    Jeremy Enigk - Tickets - Union Transfer - Philadelphia, PA - June 23rd, 2018
    Three good reasons why it's hard to remember a time when an album like Jeremy Enigk's Return of the Frog Queen sounded shocking: 1) At the time of its release in 1996, there was no other album like it.
    https://www.utphilly.com

2 days ago

"the challenges in this play are to have the ...

"the challenges in this play are to have the audience leave the theater with a lot of questions and very few answers... to have them try to understand another human being and to connect in a very spiritual and knowing way.” - Lindsay Smiling in The Philadelphia Tribune The World Premiere of PASSAGE by Christopher Chen begins this Wednesday, April 18. Get your tickets today --> https://goo.gl/957aNr #WilmaPassage

    Temple grad hopes play will help people connect spiritually
    Obie Award-winning playwright Christopher Chen brings the world premiere of "Passage" to the Wilma Theatre in collaboration with Wilma Artistic Director Blanka Zizka and the Wilma HotHouse Company of actors. "Passage" is described as a fantasia of E.M. Forster's "A Passage to India," a 1924 novel that described the British crown rule in India and addressed racial discrimination and the ensuing resentment.
    http://www.phillytrib.com

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3 days ago

Wilma Managing Director James Haskins and Goo...

Wilma Managing Director James Haskins and Good Karma Cafe owner Shawn Nesbit discuss their partnership that grew into a thriving cafe on Broad Street. Check out the full interview on Kyw Newsradio 1060

    Positively Philadelphia: A Taste of Wilma Theater's New Cafe
    PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) -- It's a small oasis on Broad Street with a big personality. The Wilma Theater has opened a cafe in its lobby. "Previously, we were dark most of the time in this great venue on the Avenue of the Arts (265 S.Broad Street)," said James Haskins, managing director.
    https://kywnews.radio.com

3 days ago

Chinatown: Community Gives Feedback on Recommended Improvements to Vine Street Corridor

The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission held an open house Thursday at the Holy Redeemer Chinese Catholic Church and School at 10th and Vine streets.

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Other options are partially capping the expressway between 10th and 11th streets and near 12th street and replacing sound barrier walls on the portion of Vine Street.

    Chinatown: Community Gives Feedback on Recommended Improvements to Vine Street Corridor
    For many Chinatown residents, the time had come to see plans for a safer future. The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission held an open house Thursday at the Holy Redeemer Chinese Catholic Church and School at 10th and Vine streets.
    https://philadelphianeighborhoods.com

3 days ago

25 Terrific Things To Do In Philadelphia This Week, April 16-22

Where:Love City Brewing, 1023 Hamilton Street

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Where:Various locations including SOUTH Kitchen and Jazz Parlor, 600 N. Broad Street

Where:Wells Fargo Center, 3601 S. Broad Street

Where:Loews Philadelphia Hotel, 1200 Market Street

Where:Kimmel Center, 300 S. Broad Street

Where:Various locations including Barbuzzo, 110 S. 13th Street

Where:Morgan's Pier, 221 N. Columbus Boulevard

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

Where:Various locations including The Franklin Institute, 222 N. 20th Street

Where:Various locations including Laurel Hill Cemetery, 3822 Ridge Avenue

Where:FringeArts, 140 N. Columbus Boulevard

Where:Penn Museum, 3260 South Street

Where:Johnny Brenda's, 1201 Frankford Avenue

Where:Various locations including the National Constitution Center, 525 Arch Street

Where:Various locations including Barcade, 1114 Frankford Avenue

    25 Terrific Things To Do In Philadelphia This Week, April 16-22
    Morgan's Pier | Photo by A. Ricketts for Visit Philadelphia The Philadelphia Science Festival, Modern Times at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, 76ers and Flyers playoff games and more... From Morgan's Pier to Main Street in Manayunk, awesome events of every sort are going down in Philly this week.
    https://www.uwishunu.com

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"This promises to be a special event, conside...

"This promises to be a special event, considering the Wilma’s HotHouse Company is in on the act." #WilmaPassage begins Wednesday, April 18. Learn more --> https://goo.gl/957aNr

    7 days of things to do in Philadelphia from April 15 to 21 - Philly
    Manayunk StrEAT Food Festival Enjoy bites from more than 50 food trucks and tour some of Manayunk's best restaurants during this kickoff to Manayunk Restaurant Week. You'll also be able to stock up on homemade oils and spices, as well as fresh produce. There will be live music, too.
    http://www.philly.com

6 days ago

National Archives at Philadelphia added 3 new...

While searching through the Beneficiaries Files of the U.S. Naval Home in Philadelphia, we found the file of Frank George, which included over a hundred documents such as letters, certificates, a Christmas card, and even a photograph! These records are a genealogical goldmine, offering incredible details about the life of Frank George and his loved ones. George was born on September 25th, 1876 in Detroit, Michigan. A crew member on the U.S.S. Helena during World War I, Frank served as an Engine man First Class in the U.S. Navy until he retired to the U.S. Naval Asylum on May 21st 1932. The U.S. Naval Asylum was located in Philadelphia, and the campus included a home for retired sailors, a hospital, and an academy. Frank died from Parkinson’s disease on December 14th, 1932, but we were able to uncover some really fascinating information about his life. In 1909, he married an Argentinian woman named Mary during his deployment in China, where she continued to live until her death. Mary’s passport and their marriage certificate were included in the file, along with correspondence confirming that, shortly after his wife’s death, Frank moved back to the States and retired at the Asylum. In his will, he left all he had to the fund for the Children’s Annual Holiday Party that the Asylum held every year. The National Archives at Philadelphia has many under-used genealogical resources such as these Beneficiaries Files chock-full of stories waiting to be discovered. Want to learn more about our holdings? You can check out our online catalog (www.catalog.archives.gov) or our website (www.archives.gov/philadelphia. Feel free to contact us with any questions, or to make an appointment to view our holdings by calling (215) 305-2044 or emailing philadelphia.archives@nara.gov. This post was written by Megan Kelly, Research and Writing Intern with the National Archives at Philadelphia. #USNavy #Navy #NavalAsylum #NavalHospital #Genealogy #NARA #PhillyArchives #FamilyTree Citation: Beneficiary File of Frank George; Box 22; Other Establishments, U.S. Naval Home; Record Group 181: Naval Districts and Shore Establishments; National Archives at Philadelphia (NAID: 3275894) and (Record Entry ID: PH-6374).


6 days ago

New restaurants heat up the Philly region

Love City Brewing Co., in a former warehouse at 1023 Hamilton St., behind Union Transfer, has set its opening for April 19; eight beers will be on...

...trucks will supplement a snack menu. (The neighborhood, hinged off the Spring Arts Building at 990 Spring Garden St., will pop midsummer with Edwin Social, an outdoor Mediterranean restaurant, at 1033 Spring Garden St...

...990 Spring Garden St., will pop midsummer with Edwin Social, an outdoor Mediterranean restaurant, at 1033 Spring Garden St., and, in the fall, a branch of the Lucky Well, a barbecue specialist based in...

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Chalaco’s, a Peruvian restaurant-lounge specializing in pisco cocktails and ceviche and other seafood at 1030 N. Second St. (Liberties Walk) in Northern Liberties, has set April 17 as the premiere. Owners are from the Baltimore area.

Ardiente, a flashy Latin/Asian hybrid at 33 S. Second St. in Old City, is undergoing its final tweaks for a late-April opening.

Old City also will have Glory Beer Bar, run by alums of the now-shuttered Eulogy, at 126 Chestnut St., where Mad River was.

Ardmore is expected to get two newcomers in the next two weeks: Ripplewood Whiskey & Craft will be what’s billed as a two-story “throwback Americana gastro-bar” at 29 E. Lancaster Ave.

The Bercy, a luxe French destination at the former Primavera Pizza Kitchen (7 E. Lancaster Ave.), could become the Parc of the Main Line.

Cider houses will rule this spring. I hear May for the openings of both Hale & True (613 S. Seventh St., Bella Vista) and Kurant Cider (436 E. Girard Ave., Fishtown).

Attico, a rooftop restaurant/lounge at the new Cambria Hotel, 219 S. Broad St., near Locust. Del Frisco’s Grille is expected to open on the Cambria’s ground floor this fall.

Brickwall Tavern, backing up to sibling restaurant Porta (1214 Chestnut St.) but with an entrance on Sansom Street across from Fergie’s Bar, is targeting May 4.

ElMerkury, a Central American street-food specialist, will be at 2104 Chestnut St., replacing Agno Grill.

Koreana, a casual Korean fast-casual now in University City, is planning a branch at 37 S. 19th St., replacing MilkHouse.

Main & Vine, a California-theme bistro replacing Avenue Kitchen at 789 E. Lancaster Ave. in Villanova, is expected to open before Mother’s Day.

Harper’s Garden, a wine garden set beneath a pergola, is looking at spring at 31 S. 18th St., placing it near nightspots, including Continental Mid-town, Concourse Dance Bar, and Uptown Beer Garden.

TALK, the new-American spinoff of West Philadelphia’s Marigold Kitchen, should open in May at 2121 Walnut St.

“End of spring” is the target for the Finch, the Mediterranean bistro from chef Jennifer Carroll at the Warwick Hotel (220 S. 17th St.).

“Right after Memorial Day” is what management suggests for Nunu (1414 Frankford Ave.), the Japanese bar next to Cheu Fishtown.

Roxborough, meanwhile, is several months from the debut of White Yak (6118 Ridge Ave.), which likely will be the city’s first Nepalese restaurant. Figures that this is the...

Bourse Marketplace will assemble dozens of food stalls at the Bourse, on Fifth Street south of Market Street, by midsummer.

Giuseppe & Sons, an Italian concept from the Termini baking family and Michael Schulson, is up for summer next to Harp & Crown on the 1500 block of Sansom Street.

Aether, a Fishtown outpost of Princeton/KoP’s Mistral and Elements, is looking at summer at 1832 Frankford Ave.

Pizzeria Beddia, whose recent closing on Girard Avenue wound up as front-page news, has secured a location on Lee Street near Front Street; its opening as a sitdowner with bar is projected for fall.

    New restaurants heat up the Philly region
    French, Italian, Peruvian, cideries, outdoor experiences. A new restaurant at the Bok Building in South Philadelphia for you lovers of peak views. And speaking of peaks: How about more Nepalese cuisine? A look at my list of pending bar and restaurant projects shows more than three dozen scheduled openings in the Philadelphia region in the next 75 days or so.
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Philly, curated: What to do with the next two weeks of your life

The Trocadero, 1003 Arch St.

Union Transfer, 1026 Spring Garden St.

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Art in the Age, 116 N. 3rd St.

Johnny Brenda’s, 1201 Frankford Ave.

Merriam Theater, 250 S. Broad St.

Franklin Institute Planetarium, 222 N. 20th St.

The Wilma Theater, 265 S. Broad St.

    Philly, curated: What to do with the next two weeks of your life
    Editor's Note: We're thrilled to introduce A.D. Amorosi's new biweekly feature, which will aim to help fill the void in underground event coverage Philadelphia lost when the City Paper shut down. Amorosi has been covering the scene for more than three decades, and every two weeks he'll bring to the fore the boldest music, theater, comedy, exhibitions, literature, dance and performance art Philly has to offer.
    https://billypenn.com

Apr 12

Construction at the Crane Arts building prompts Art for the Cash Poor to find new, outdoor location

For 2018, however, Art for the Cash Poor will occur in and around the area at 10th and Buttonwood streets.

...Saturday’s festivities, a kickoff party will be held at the former Bike Factory at 448 N. 10th St. As in the past, the kickoff party is a ticketed event, and InLiquid splits the...

    Construction at the Crane Arts building prompts Art for the Cash Poor to find new, outdoor location
    You don't have to be a millionaire to enjoy art. It's for everyone. Art for the Cash Poor was conceived with that idea in mind, knowing that financial barriers often keep people from even considering buying art.
    http://www.gridphilly.com

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