The annual event will take place in Kensington this Friday and Saturday.
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“People were sure we were closing for good.”
Phillies tickets, Hall and Oates and a drag queen brunch.
The work, which depicts scenes of a “dying planet,” sells for upwards of $7,000.
A public art project pops up for International Anti-Street Harassment Week.
“It is a little tiring to make the case again when it seems like it should be so very obvious.”
You can check our furniture made from trash, rocks and totaled car parts.
A 40-plus year old burglary, solved
At a groundbreaking ceremony this morning, Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said the project reflected the city’s diversity.
Painted by Robert Wyland in 1993, the artwork is a casualty of the building’s renovation. The new structure will be home to Aramark’s new headquarters.
Alex Sayer has fallen in love with the city’s public art scene.