4 hours ago

Congratulations! Taller Puertorriqueño just u...

Congratulations! Taller Puertorriqueño just unveiled its naming wall for their new building the El Corazón Cultural Center. Check out these quotes from local cultural leaders about Taller's impact on the city, including one by our Curator, Jennifer Zwilling, "[Taller] is a platform for the city to see and declare the value of the community, ..." http://www.philly.com/philly/news/taller-puertorriqueno-kensington-maria-quinones-sanchez-wall-appreciation-20180716.html?__vfz=medium%3Dsharebar

    What does Taller Puertorriqueño mean to Philly?
    Taller Puertorriqueño, the 43-year-old Latino social and cultural center that opened a new 25,000-square-foot building two years ago in Kensington, unveiled a naming wall last week that thanks elected officials, community leaders, artists and education partners who have supported its work.
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5 hours ago

Have you heard the big news?! We’re happy to ...

Have you heard the big news?! We’re happy to announce that the West Philadelphia Orchestra are our headliners for 8/5! Get pumped!

    2nd Street Festival
    Have you heard the big news?! We're happy to announce that the West Philadelphia Orchestra are our headliners for 8/5! Get pumped!
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27 hours ago

Engaging artists and audiences in imaginative...

Engaging artists and audiences in imaginative reflection. http://goo.gl/wXS2U6

    The Wilma Theater
    Engaging artists and audiences in imaginative reflection. http://goo.gl/wXS2U6
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29 hours ago

Collection Highlight: Artist: Siegfried Schre...

Collection Highlight: Artist: Siegfried Schreiber Title: The Lovers Date: 2005 Materials: Maple, pear Dimensions: 9.5 " x 19.25" Credit: Donated by the artist You can see this piece by Siegfreid Schreiber and over 1,100 other objects in the Center's Museum Collection. Open Tues - Sat, 10 - 5 pm.

    The Center for Art in Wood
    Collection Highlight: Artist: Siegfried Schreiber Title: The Lovers Date: 2005 Materials: Maple, pear Dimensions: 9.5 " x 19.25" Credit: Donated by the artist You can see this piece by Siegfreid...
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31 hours ago

Congratulations, ICI Macarons & Cafe! (via 6a...

Congratulations, ICI Macarons & Cafe! (via 6abc Action News )

    Dessert destinations: Philadelphia's top 5 bakeries, ranked
    Looking to try the best bakeries around? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top-rated bakeries in Philadelphia, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to go for fresh doughnuts, macarons, cannoli and other sweet treats.
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31 hours ago

Congratulations, ICI Macarons & Cafe! Via 6ab...

Congratulations, ICI Macarons & Cafe! Via 6abc Action News ‪Congratulations, @icimacarons! Dessert destinations: Philadelphia’s top 5 bakeries, ranked http://6abc.com/3771873/ via @6abc‬

    Dessert destinations: Philadelphia's top 5 bakeries, ranked
    Looking to try the best bakeries around? Hoodline crunched the numbers to find the top-rated bakeries in Philadelphia, using both Yelp data and our own secret sauce to produce a ranked list of where to go for fresh doughnuts, macarons, cannoli and other sweet treats.
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31 hours ago

Today we want to highlight the work of Jim Mc...

Today we want to highlight the work of Jim McElhatton, a freelance reporter and private investigator whose research in our civil case files contributed to his article “The Homeless Man who Made Alexandria Civil Rights History“ in the Alexandria Times which chronicled James Lomax and his important but forgotten role in Virginia’s civil rights history. You can see his article at the following link (https://alextimes.com/2018/05/jameslomax/), and see his description of his research here at the National Archives at Philadelphia below: Years ago, my family and I lived in an old rental house in Alexandria, Virginia across from a church where volunteers fed lunch to the homeless. Among the same faces I would see day after day was a heavyset African American man with a long gray scraggly beard. His name was James Lomax. He did not talk very much. But he displayed a quiet generosity that set him apart. When he must have thought nobody was looking, James sometimes set plastic bags by our front of our door filled with cast off toys and clothes intended for my young children. After a while, our family finally saved up enough to buy a house of our own and so we moved away. I would still see James in and around town once in a while. Then, I stopped seeing him altogether. I would like to be able to say I tried to find out what happened. But the truth is, life moved on. And I had not thought much about James Lomax in several years. But that changed suddenly not long ago when I visited the National Archives in Philadelphia. A few months ago, I was researching an old civil rights case, Jones v School Board of Alexandria, a 1958 lawsuit that desegregated public schools in Alexandria. As a freelance reporter for the local weekly paper, the Alexandria Times, I wanted to learn more about this case. After all, the old newspaper clips only told so much: Four years after Brown v. Board of Education, seven African American families petitioned Alexandria’s school board to let their children attend whites only schools. The school system refused. So the families and NAACP sued. I took off from work from my day job as a private investigator to have a look at the original case file. I did not know what to expect. I had never visited a National Archives facility. But within ten minutes of my arrival, I had researcher card in hand and the staff laid out original case files that had not been seen or touched in many years. As I paged through the exhibits, I noticed grades and report cards for the 14 school children plaintiffs. I scanned the names of the students then stopped, stunned, to read about a brilliant second grader named James Lomax. I couldn't be, I thought. But it was. It took a few weeks to confirm the student and homeless man were, indeed, the same person. I eventually found James in an assisted living center in Maryland. He had lost a lot of weight. He lay curled up on a bed. I re-introduced myself. He said he remembered me. Then, without a word, I handed him an old wire services newspaper article showing a photo of him as a second grade boy crossing a police barricade. It was the first time public elementary schools were integrated in the Commonwealth of Virginia. “Yeah,” he said. “That’s me.” I later wrote a story about James and his important but forgotten role in Virginia’s civil rights history. Without the National Archives, though, nobody in Alexandria could have ever known, let alone imagined, that the homeless man we walked by countless times did more good by age 8 than most of the rest of us will do in a lifetime. Because that is the point of it all. You just never know. -- Jim McElhatton is a freelance reporter and private investigator; he can be reached at jimmcelhat@gmail.com or follow him on Twitter at @Jim_McElhatton Article: https://alextimes.com/2018/05/jameslomax/

    James Lomax desgregated Alexandria schools - he's now in a Maryland assisted living facility | Alexandria Times | Alexandria, VA
    For years, James Lomax spent his afternoons on the same curb across from an Old Town church that serves meals to the homeless. Heavyset with a long gray beard, he kept to himself and, at times, could seem a little surly. But he also displayed a quiet grace and generosity.
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46 hours ago

The Clay Studio added 3 new photos.

Thanks to Historic Fair Hill for having our Community Maker Days plate making project as part of the Summer Festival this past Saturday! It was a beautiful setting filled with music, family fun, ponies, history, art and community! https://www.theclaystudio.org/events/maker-days

    The Clay Studio
    The Clay Studio added a new photo.
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2 days ago

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2...

Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2018 Open Studio Day in Memory of Lee Bender. It was a wonderful day learning about the Windgate ITE Fellows. We're looking forward to the upcoming exhibition allTURNatives: Form + Spirit 2018! Pictured is Windgate ITE Scholar Sean Breen giving a demo on hand planing to Carolyn Picciotti the Centr's Vice President of the Board and Ron Picciotti.

    The Center for Art in Wood
    Thank you to everyone who joined us for the 2018 Open Studio Day in Memory of Lee Bender. It was a wonderful day learning about the Windgate ITE Fellows. We're looking forward to the upcoming...
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2 days ago

Old City District shared Philadelphia -- visi...

Old City Eats makes Philadelphia -- visitphilly.com’s Top Things To Do This Week! See you Thursday! 🍽

    25+ Marvelous Things to Do in Philly This Week
    The Oval+ | Photo by A. Yee for Fairmount Park Conservancy The Oval+ opening day, 10 free outdoor movies, SmörgåsBeer, FIGMAGO and more... Start gearing up for a jam-packed week of alfresco concerts, outdoor movie screenings, new attraction openings and dining deals in Philadelphia.
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2 days ago

“Started by two artists, Brooks Bell and Vi V...

“Started by two artists, Brooks Bell and Vi Vu, in April of 2018, this isn’t an escape room like the others. This is an artfully designed space with intricate and original stories that you can’t find anywhere else in the city.” Read about Olde City Escape Games in PhillyVoice: https://www.phillyvoice.com/olde-city-escape-games-brings-art-and-history-to-the-concept-of-the-escape-room/

    Olde City Escape Games put a twist on the escape room
    Olde City Escape Games is Philadelphia's first escape room to feature Philadelphia history and design. Started by two artists, Brooks Bell and Vi Vu, the escape room opened in April 2018. This isn't an escape room like the others, this is an artfully designed space with intricate and original stories that you can't find anywhere else in the city.
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2 days ago

Read about Olde City Escape Games in PhillyVo...

Read about Olde City Escape Games in PhillyVoice: https://www.phillyvoice.com/olde-city-escape-games-brings-art-and-history-to-the-concept-of-the-escape-room/

    Olde City Escape Games put a twist on the escape room
    Olde City Escape Games is Philadelphia's first escape room to feature Philadelphia history and design. Started by two artists, Brooks Bell and Vi Vu, the escape room opened in April 2018. This isn't an escape room like the others, this is an artfully designed space with intricate and original stories that you can't find anywhere else in the city.
    https://www.phillyvoice.com

3 days ago

Our Friday Date Nights are super fun even if ...

Our Friday Date Nights are super fun even if you have never seen the movie Ghost! Scroll down to check out The Clay Studio mention in this Narcity USA article! https://www.narcity.com/us/pa/philadelphia/things-to-do-in-phl/30-fun-philadelphia-date-ideas-that-are-way-more-fun-than-youd-think

    30 Fun Philadelphia Date Ideas That Are Way More Fun Than You'd Think
    During the summer, there are an abundance of activities to do and events happening in Philadelphia- perfect for date night! If you are tired of the same old dinner and drinks, we have the best date ideas around town for you - so don't stress.
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3 days ago

jpellgen (@1179_jp) posted 5 photos to Flickr:

4 days ago

Open Studio Day in Memory of Lee Bender is ta...

Open Studio Day in Memory of Lee Bender is taking place today! Fellow Vivian Chiu talkes about her techniques with Don Miller the Wood Coordinator at UArts.

    The Center for Art in Wood
    Open Studio Day in Memory of Lee Bender is taking place today! Fellow Vivian Chiu talkes about her techniques with Don Miller the Wood Coordinator at UArts.
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4 days ago

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    FOR BUSINESS AND PROFESSIONAL OFFICES(INTERIOR DESIGN) ON THE FIRST FLOOR OF AN EXISTING STRUCTURE WITH OTHER PREVIOUSLY APPROVED USES.(NO SIGNS ON THIS PERMIT)

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4 days ago

2nd Street Festival updated their cover photo...

    2nd Street Festival
    2nd Street Festival updated their cover photo.
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5 days ago

Who's ready to dance with us on Sunday, Augus...

Who's ready to dance with us on Sunday, August 5th?

    2nd Street Festival
    Who's ready to dance with us on Sunday, August 5th?
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5 days ago

Join us July 21st for the Opening Reception, ...

Join us July 21st for the Opening Reception, Artist Talks, and Demos 2-4pm!

    Coming Soon!
    "Garden (Feast) of Paradise," an installation by 6 artists from the U.S. and the Middle East.
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5 days ago

We're heading into the last week of Connie Mi...

We're heading into the last week of Connie Mississippi: Circle of Time. Make sure to experience this unique retrospective by its last day on Sat, July 21st. Tues - Sat, 10 am - 5 pm.

    The Center for Art in Wood
    We're heading into the last week of Connie Mississippi: Circle of Time. Make sure to experience this unique retrospective by its last day on Sat, July 21st. Tues - Sat, 10 am - 5 pm.
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5 days ago

The Clay Studio added 5 new photos.

The studios have been busy this week with the Claymobile teaching at ten different camps around the city, and our clay camps in Old City getting under way! Had to share some great pics from Clay Camp, and Claymobile sites at the Salvation Army and the Cecil B. Moore Library! Thanks to all of our amazing Teaching Artists for bringing their love of clay to kids all over Philadelphia! Ellen Schraeder-Charpentier, Catherine Gacki-Harrt, Nitza Walesca Sierra, Megan Millman, Maria G Albornoz, Drew Schenck, Jae Hubay, Emma Pilon, Emma Herrmann, Laure Krumenacker, Andrew Perez, Cristhian Varela, Jihan Thomas, Nina Valdera, Hope Mead, Bronwyn Simons, and more! More camp info here: https://public.theclaystudio.org/public/3/camps More Claymobile info here: https://www.theclaystudio.org/claymobile

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    The Clay Studio added a new photo.
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5 days ago

The Summer Sounds in the Historic District fr...

The Summer Sounds in the Historic District free music series delivers sweet tunes at locations in Old City all season long! Philadelphia -- visitphilly.com Philadelphia Jazz Project 🎶🎶🎶

    50+ Free Events Bring Live Music to Philadelphia's Historic District All Summer
    Summer Sounds in the Historic District free music series includes eight musical events at 11 locations, which means more than 50 free live music events popping up throughout Philadelphia's Historic District all summer long between June 1 and September 7.
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5 days ago

  • MECHANICAL PERMIT

    EZ PERMIT DUCTWORK & WARM-AIR APPLIANCES - FOR THE INSTALLATION IF NEW DUCTWORK, REGISTERS/GRILLES/DIFFUSERS, AND WARM-AIR APPLIANCES AS PER ATTACHED STANDARDS. DEVIATIONS FROM THESE STANDARDS REQUIRE SUBMISSION OF CONSTRUCTION AND SITE PLANS. FOR THE REPLACEMENT OF ONE (1) LIKE AND KIND MINI-SPLIT SYSTEM. 18000 BTU'S AND ONE (1) CONDENSER ONE AND ONE-HALF (1.5) TONS *CONDENSER TO BE SET IN REAR YARD*

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6 days ago

Billy, the bronze goat who lives in Rittenhouse Square, is getting replaced by a brand new one

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    Today: One bronze goat statue at Rittenhouse Square. Come autumn: Two
    Rittenhouse Square's goat population is about to double. "Billy," the small, cast-bronze beast that has been a fixture there for more than a century, is immensely popular among pint-size denizens of the park. Soon, the original "Billy" will be moved to the nearby public library, and a new statue, less time- and child-worn, will replace it in the park's southwest corner.
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6 days ago

The Nauti Mermaid Crab House & Piano Bar is o...

The Nauti Mermaid Crab House & Piano Bar is one of the newest businesses in Old City! Story via Philadelphia Business Journal:

    A day in the life ... of Jolly Weldon, owner of Nauti Mermaid and Jolly's Dueling Piano Bar - Philadelphia Business Journal
    Restaurateur Jolly Weldon opened Nauti Mermaid, a Maryland-style crabhouse in Old City taking over the space left vacant by Prime Stache, owned by the Philadelphia Eagles' Brent Celek. 6 a.m.: Weldon wakes up, has coffee and walks his dogs. 6:30 a.m.: He wakes up his kids to get ready for school.
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6 days ago

Save your seat for the 2018/2019 Season! Che...

Save your seat for the 2018/2019 Season! Check out the new Wilma 4 Play Packages: - Reserve your seats for all four productions - Save on tickets - Experience living, adventurous art at The Wilma Theater --> https://goo.gl/29FF2p Photo by Bill Hebert.

    The Wilma Theater
    Save your seat for the 2018/2019 Season! Check out the new Wilma 4 Play Packages: - Reserve your seats for all four productions - Save on tickets - Experience living, adventurous art at The...
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6 days ago

Check out this great article that focuses a l...

Check out this great article that focuses a lot on how online clay communities are restoring the writer's faith in the basic humanity of the internet. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/11/technology/online-hobbyists-faith-internet.html

    How Online Hobbyists Can Reaffirm Your Faith in the Internet
    State of the Art Pottery, improbably, is the latest escapist pastime to sweep the nation. Because making ceramics requires persistence and all-consuming concentration, it is said to be a perfect salve for a particular set of modern anxieties - too much work, too much news, too much internet.
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6 days ago

Check out this great article that focuses in ...

Check out this great article that focuses in large part on how online clay communities are restoring the writer's faith in the basic humanity of the internet. https://www.nytimes.com/2018/07/11/technology/online-hobbyists-faith-internet.html

    How Online Hobbyists Can Reaffirm Your Faith in the Internet
    State of the Art Pottery, improbably, is the latest escapist pastime to sweep the nation. Because making ceramics requires persistence and all-consuming concentration, it is said to be a perfect salve for a particular set of modern anxieties - too much work, too much news, too much internet.
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6 days ago

Ever wonder if the National Archives and Reco...

Ever wonder if the National Archives and Records Administration has records of aliens and UFOs in our holdings? If so, you’re in luck! Our colleague Joseph Gillette, an Archivist on a cross-training assignment in the National Archives History Office, wrote a series about the Air Force’s Project Blue Book, as well as its precursors, Project Sign and Project Grudge. The purpose of these projects was to investigate the increasing number of unidentified flying object (UFO) sightings throughout America and determine their nature and any potential threat. This blog posted, entitled “INVASION! (of privacy),” is the first in a three part series which explores the Project Blue Book and discusses records of UFOs in the holdings of the National Archives! You can find Part II, “UFOs: Natural Explanations,” and Part III, “UFOs: Man-Made, Made Up, and Unknown,” on the Pieces of History blog here: www.prologue.blogs.archives.gov https://prologue.blogs.archives.gov/2018/04/09/invasion-of-privacy/

    INVASION! (of privacy)
    Today's post comes from Joseph Gillette, an archivist on a cross-training assignment with the National Archives History Office. It is part of a series concerning the Air Force's Project Blue Book investigation. In the mid-1970s, the National Archives prepared to absorb the records of the Air Force's Project Blue Book, as well as its precursors,...
    https://prologue.blogs.archives.gov

6 days ago

Old City District shared Philadelphia -- visi...

Every Thursday from 5-8pm in Old City!

    Old City Eats Is Back With Happy Hour Deals In Philadelphia's Historic District All Summer Long
    It's an exciting time to dine out in Old City. The neighborhood best known for its unparalleled historic sites also brims with some of the most-buzzed-about new and established restaurants in town, and Old City Eats gives you a chance to sample many of them at a fraction of the usual cost.
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6 days ago

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6 days ago

Many thanks to Vin de Vie for this thoughtful...

Many thanks to Vin de Vie for this thoughtful and thorough review of The Clay Studio National exhibition which is on view through July 15th. #artreview #vindevie https://vindevie.me/2018/07/11/earth-transformed-the-2018-clay-studio-national-biennial/

    Earth Transformed: The 2018 Clay Studio National Biennial - Vin de Vie Wine of Life
    A National Biennial Exhibition at the Clay Studio, Philadelphia until July 15, 2018 The Clay Studio, founded in the mid-1970s as a collective of artists has been expanding since then into a major resource for individuals, Philadelphia's communities and her schools for instruction and artistic development and exhibition of the ceramic arts.
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Jul 11

Currently on view in our Gerry Lenfest Galler...

Currently on view in our Gerry Lenfest Gallery is Connie Mississippi: Circle of Time. This exhibition brings together her wood-turned sculpture, paintings, prints and artist books. Now through July 21st. Open Tues - Sat, 10 am - 5 pm.

    The Center for Art in Wood
    Currently on view in our Gerry Lenfest Gallery is Connie Mississippi: Circle of Time. This exhibition brings together her wood-turned sculpture, paintings, prints and artist books. Now through July...
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Jul 10

Collection Highlight: Artist: Mark Gardner T...

Collection Highlight: Artist: Mark Gardner Title: Spoon Date: 2001 Materials: Wood Height (in)1, Length (in) 10.937, Diameter (in) 1.75 Credit: Donated by Bruce Kaiser You can see this piece by Mark Gardner and over 1,100 other objects in the Center's Museum Collection. Open Tues - Sat, 10 - 5 pm.

    The Center for Art in Wood
    Collection Highlight: Artist: Mark Gardner Title: Spoon Date: 2001 Materials: Wood Height (in)1, Length (in) 10.937, Diameter (in) 1.75 Credit: Donated by Bruce Kaiser You can see this piece by...
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Jul 10

‪The Farmers Market at Christ Church takes pl...

‪The Farmers Market at Christ Church takes place in Old City every Wednesday! Find produce, cheese, bread, sweets, flowers, and more from 2-7pm along Church Street 🍓🌽🍏bit.ly/2JNiuzc‬

    Old City District
    ‪The Farmers Market at Christ Church takes place in Old City every Wednesday! Find produce, cheese, bread, sweets, flowers, and more from 2-7pm along Church Street 🍓🌽🍏bit.ly/2JNiuzc‬
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Jul 10

Today is National Cow Appreciation Day! In ob...

Today is National Cow Appreciation Day! In observance, we are sharing this photograph of a three-legged calf from our Rural Rehabilitation Loan Case Files from West Virginia. The Rural Rehabilitation Division of the Farmer’s Home Administration was established April 1, 1934, by authority of the Federal Emergency Relief Act, to make loans to destitute farm families. This three-legged cow belonged to B. H. Young of Webster County, West Virginia. Want to learn more about our holdings? You can check out our online catalog (www.catalog.archives.gov) and make an appointment to view our holdings at the National Archives at Philadelphia by calling (215) 305-2044 or emailing philadelphia.archives@nara.gov. You can find this photograph in NARA's online catalog here: https://catalog.archives.gov/id/12043705 Today’s post was written by Grace Schultz, Archives Technician at the National Archives at Philadelphia. #nationalcowappreciationday #cows #farms #food #history #archives #nara

    National Archives at Philadelphia
    Today is National Cow Appreciation Day! In observance, we are sharing this photograph of a three-legged calf from our Rural Rehabilitation Loan Case Files from West Virginia. The Rural Rehabilitation...
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Jul 10

Prime Day is one of the biggest shopping even...

Prime Day is one of the biggest shopping events of the year, and this year YOUR #shopping makes a difference. #Amazon donates to The Monkey & the Elephant when you shop #PrimeDay deals at smile.amazon.com - every little bit helps as we work to provide the community and programming necessary to support #formerfosteryouth on the path to sustainable independence 🙌🏻❤️ #ourcoffeeispowerful #fosteryouth #fostercareawareness #amazonprimeday #amazonprime #brewerytownisbooming #philadelphia

    The Monkey & The Elephant
    Prime Day is one of the biggest shopping events of the year, and this year YOUR #shopping makes a difference. #Amazon donates to The Monkey & the Elephant when you shop #PrimeDay deals at...
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Jul 09

Summer Sounds in the Historic District, Old C...

Summer Sounds in the Historic District, Old City Eats on Thursday, and lots more to do this week in Old City! via Philadelphia -- visitphilly.com

    25 Fantastic Things to Do in Philly This Week
    Blue Cross RiverRink Summerfest | Photo by J. Fusco for Visit Philadelphia The final Bastille Day celebration, Pizzadelphia Pizza Festival, Taylor Swift at Lincoln Financial Field and more... It's shaping up to be another beautiful - and busy! - week in Philadelphia.
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Jul 09

We are grateful to curator Bob Skiba and arch...

We are grateful to curator Bob Skiba and archivist John Anderies for celebrating their birthdays this year with online fundraisers to support the John J. Wilcox, Jr. Archives at William Way LGBT Community Center. We are fortunate to have such passionate, creative, and diligent stewards of Philadelphia's LGBTQ+ histories in Bob and John. Our heartfelt thanks go out to all who contributed. Together, you raised over $2,000 for the archives(!), helping us collect, preserve, and share your one-of-a-kind stories. Want to know more about the Wilcox Archives? You can follow their lively Facebook page above; visit us now in person for an exhibit on LGBTQ media (on view daily in the archives gallery); see a special exhibit at the Liberty Bell Pavilion on Gay Rights and the Courts (more about that here: http://www.waygay.org/pr-sofe); or check out our new online exhibition here: https://sofe.wilcoxarchives.org/. We look forward to making (more) history with you this year!

    William Way LGBT Community Center
    We are grateful to curator Bob Skiba and archivist John Anderies for celebrating their birthdays this year with online fundraisers to support the John J. Wilcox, Jr. Archives at William Way LGBT...
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Jul 09

Stay up to date on what the 2018 Windgate Int...

Stay up to date on what the 2018 Windgate International ITE Fellows are working on by following the blog. http://ow.ly/xKr530kRCNN

    The Center for Art in Wood
    Stay up to date on what the 2018 Windgate International ITE Fellows are working on by following the blog. http://ow.ly/xKr530kRCNN
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Jul 09

We're looking for a few good people! Sign up...

We're looking for a few good people! Sign up and help us put on one hell of a party!

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Jul 09

Congratulations to Anthony Stellaccio on beco...

Congratulations to Anthony Stellaccio on becoming the new editor of Studio Potter! Anthony is a member of The Clay Studio family, as he has served as a Special Researcher for The Clay Studio Collection, contributing invaluable information about important Eastern European work from the ground breaking exhibition Contemporary East European Ceramics in 1992, curated by Jimmy Clark. The Clay Studio's holdings of Eastern European ceramics is among the best in the United States. https://studiopotter.org/news/studio-potter-appoints-new-director

    Studio Potter Appoints New Director | Studio Potter
    As Director of Studio Potter, Stellaccio will serve as the organization's chief operating officer, working with the board of directors in fiscal management, development, and strategic planning. Stellaccio will work closely with the editor and staff to support the organization's creative enterprise and its drive to set the standard for quality writing and publishing in the field of ceramics.
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Jul 09

Need some #pepinyourstep following your July ...

Need some #pepinyourstep following your July 4 vacation? How about some #pumpkin for your Monday morning inspiration!? It’s #pumpkininjuly time! 😍🤤🎃 #pumpkincoffee #pumpkinmuffins #pumpkinspice #pumpkinallthethings #mondaymotivation #ourcoffeeispowerful #formerfosteryouth #brewerytownisbooming #philadelphia

    The Monkey & The Elephant
    Need some #pepinyourstep following your July 4 vacation? How about some #pumpkin for your Monday morning inspiration!? It's #pumpkininjuly time! 😍🤤🎃 #pumpkincoffee #pumpkinmuffins #pumpkinspice...
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