Posts Tagged ‘Buck Hosiery’

Truck Into The Fire

Truck Into The Fire

April 4, 2014  |  Buzz

The Philly History Truck steps—err, drives—into action this evening with the opening of Manufacturing Fire, the first exhibition to come about from the truck's creative community process. > more

The Shirt Corner To Be Demolished Tomorrow

The Shirt Corner To Be Demolished Tomorrow

February 4, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Cracks in walls force change of plans in reuse of port buildings, pealing back the layers of one rowhome, homeless healthcare to expand in North Central Philly with new center, and a water main breaks next to the Boulevard > more

Ghosts In The System

Ghosts In The System

May 13, 2013  |  Vantage

Frequent Google Street Viewers know what Michael Burlando has discovered: there's a virtual ghost city of blocks and buildings and places that only endure online. Here are some of his best finds > more

Remembering Buck, One Year Later

Remembering Buck, One Year Later

April 9, 2013  |  Last Light

After a year of coping with the loss of the Buck Hosiery mill and two firefighters who died trying to put out the fire that brought it down, the city's would was ripped open again over the weekend in Fabric Row. Theresa Stigale remembers Buck with these photos taken in that fire's cleanup > more

A Neighborhood Son Takes On The

A Neighborhood Son Takes On The “White Elephant”

January 15, 2013  |  Behind the Facade

Bromley mill owner Jesse Munoz weighs the community's reaction to his initial plans for the long empty building--a conversation that's intensified since the loss of the adjacent Buck Hosiery mill. In this initial "Behind the Facade," writer Nic Esposito finds Munoz at work inside the building. Illustrations by Ben Leech > more