It’s about shrinking federal dollars and an old-fashioned formula that isn’t going away
She’s one of 100 people who got overdose antidote training today.
The Breaking Bread finale at Reading Terminal Market drew 150 people from all backgrounds.
|What||Cycle Brewerytown owner Tiffany Wallace is Haitian-American, and though her family is all safe after Hurricane Irma swept through their island, many other families were devastated. On October 1, all classes at her studio will be free, except for a $20 cash donation at the door, which will go entirely toward relief for victims in Haiti. Advance registration recommended.|
|Where||Cycle Brewerytown at 2819 W. Girard Ave. 19130|
|When||October 1, 2017 at 9:00 am|
|How much||Free with $20 donation|
|What||It doesn't get more Philly than block parties. This one promised to be even more fun to kick off the Unity Cup soccer match between Mexico and Ireland. Expect to meet people and eat tasty food from the city's many immigrant communities. This free, family-friendly event includes games, live music and more. You can enjoy Parks on Tap while you're there, too. It all leads up to the big match at 8:30 at the South Philly Supersite.|
|Where||Marconi Plaza at Broad Street and Oregon Avenue, 19148|
|When||September 23, 2017 at 4:00 pm to 8:00 pm|
The HUD secretary plans to cut $6 billion in public housing funding.
|What||Join Atlas Obscura at Laurel Hill Cemetery to explore the 78 acres of land between the living and the dead. Discover hidden art, listen to musical performances, drink cocktails and navigate the winding paths. Wear sensible shoes and bring a flashlight. Tickets are going fast.|
|Where||Laurel Hill Cemetery at 3822 Ridge Ave, 19132|
|When||September 23, 2017 at 8:00 pm to September 24, 2017 at 12:00 am|