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With Churches Fast Disappearing In Fishtown, A Chance To See What's At Stake

With Churches Fast Disappearing In Fishtown, A Chance To See What’s At Stake

December 18, 2014  |  News

What to do with all the churches? With the imminent loss of another Fishtown church, New Kensington Community Development Corporation wants you to see what's at stake--join them for a post-holiday tour. Michael Bixler reports > more

Reanimating The Archives At William Way

Reanimating The Archives At William Way

December 17, 2014  |  News

It's been a long journey home for the William Way Community Center and a bumpy ride for their archives. With a William Penn Foundation grant in hand, they will soon have a proper research facility dedicated to local LGBT history. Erin Bernard takes us into their stacks and down the path that led the community center to Spruce Street > more

Donate Today  And  Help Us Stay The Course

Donate Today And Help Us Stay The Course

November 21, 2014  |  News

What would Philadelphia be without Hidden City Daily? That question looms as we end the 9th day of our annual campaign. Co-editor Michael Bixler has this special message to our readers > more

Year Four Of The <em>Hidden City Daily</em>? We Need Your Help

Year Four Of The Hidden City Daily? We Need Your Help

November 13, 2014  |  News

Our annual campaign begins today. Watch our new video, consider the perks, think about what Hidden City means to you. Then make your donation today! > more

Blue Horizon Fights For Its Life At Historic Designation Meeting This Wednesday

Blue Horizon Fights For Its Life At Historic Designation Meeting This Wednesday

November 10, 2014  |  Developing Challenges, News

Legendary boxing venue Blue Horizon gets ready for another round as its nomination for historic designation goes before the Philadelphia Historical Commission on Wednesday at City Hall > more