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A Philly nonprofit leapt at the chance to help Baxter, who helped evacuate the collapsed rowhome.
Philadelphia: Where an Algerian-born French art dealer rides a horse at a museum exhibit celebrating urban cowboys
Kamel Mennour owns a famous art gallery in Paris, as well as one in London. He was visiting The Barnes Foundation, which is currently running an exhibition by French-Algerian artist Mohamed Bourouissa. The show recounts his experience meeting and taking part in Philly’s Fletcher Street Urban Riding Club.
“The stoop is a threshold between private and public space.”
It has everything from Sun Ra to “Summertime” to the Action News theme.
Painter and photographer Ada Trillo spent three years in Juarez’s poorest brothels, where sex trafficking is rampant.
This took some work to put together…
The LoMo (Lower Moyamensing) civic group commissioned the sidewalk art outside Black Cat Tavern from LemonSparkleFantasty as part of its “clean drains” project.
This giant geodesic dome at 11th & Locust is called ‘Toward Sanctuary’ — part of a project to get people thinking about intersectional sanctuary in Philly
The traveling pod was created by Traction Company and is meant to hold and inspire storytelling and sharing about how Philadelphia can become a true Sanctuary City.
The Art for the Cash Poor event can help new collectors or buyers looking for deals
The Philadelphia Music Alliance for Youth is about to announce its first set of young scholars.