Posts Tagged ‘Callowhill’

Before The Pope, The Days Of The Revivalists

Before The Pope, The Days Of The Revivalists

August 26, 2015  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Imagine if the papal visit and World Meeting of Families lasted four whole months. Harry K takes us inside the Union Tabernacle revival tent, where Protestant ministers and true believers spiritualized the city from several neighborhood locations in the mid-1800s > more

On The Parkway, More French Masterpieces On Display

On The Parkway, More French Masterpieces On Display

February 9, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A bevy of late 19th century French art newly on display, the genius of the Boot & Saddle sign, Convention Center looking for PA-made art, and hopes for a redeveloped lot on Spring Garden > more

New Study: Philly’s Immigrants Provide A Disproportionate Economic Boost

New Study: Philly’s Immigrants Provide A Disproportionate Economic Boost

February 4, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Foreign-born residents reviving Main Streets across America, honoring graffiti at Goldtex, on Philly’s homeless, and PPAC's fifth anniversary > more

Hot Or Not, Part II: A Drive-By Critique

Hot Or Not, Part II: A Drive-By Critique

September 17, 2014  |  Soapbox

New construction in Philadelphia is on fire right now. Perfect timing to feature another episode of "Hot or Not," courtesy of our indespensible drive-by architecture critic Jason Lempieri > more

Sunny Strobe Lights On The El With Yiayia

Sunny Strobe Lights On The El With Yiayia

September 9, 2014  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Harry K. recalls the magical light show that the Market-Frankford Line provided him and his grandmother during their Sunday morning trips into the city in the early 1970s > more