The city blames the lawsuit for delaying the projects.
h/t PlanPhilly Reporter Jake Blumgart
|What||Philadelphia's groundbreaking pay-what-you-can restaurant is hosting its first art show, featuring photographs from "Witness to Hunger." The project, founded in 2008, features artwork by mothers and caregivers who know firsthand the experience of raising children on limited incomes. This opening reception features short talks by artists and community leaders like Malcolm Kenyatta of the Philadelphia Chamber of Commerce. Refreshments will be served, and all are welcome.|
|Where||EAT Cafe at 3820 Lancaster Ave. 19104|
|When||February 21, 2017 at 6:00 pm|
|How much||Free, online RSVP requested|
More ridership than ever is complicated when the population grows.
Experts say even the Census can’t help track suburban flight that easily.
Owner Hakim Hopkins, a self-avowed hustler, says business is still very good, but “I’ll always sell books, whether it’s slow or fast.”
Nope. And it’s bad.