Posts Tagged ‘Cemeteries’

Gardeners Bring Cradle Graves Back From The Dead

Gardeners Bring Cradle Graves Back From The Dead

August 3, 2017  |  Vantage

At Woodlands Cemetery, an army of volunteers preserve the memory of Victorian city dwellers with the Grave Gardeners program. Contributor Ann de Forest has the story > more

Spiritual Firebrand Of The Revolutionary War Immortalized In Wood

Spiritual Firebrand Of The Revolutionary War Immortalized In Wood

November 2, 2015  |  Walk the Walk

A forgotten minister is honored with 100 year old stump sculpture at Old Pine Street Presbyterian Church > more

Re-Portioning The Blame For A Missed Opportunity At Logan Square

Re-Portioning The Blame For A Missed Opportunity At Logan Square

January 6, 2015  |  Morning Blend

How PennDOT’s Vine Street myopia could have been avoided, Woodlands raising funds for renovations, dreaming of limitless investment for Greater Philadelphia, and event promotion the old-fashioned way in Mantua > more

The Tombstone Wall Of Society Hill

The Tombstone Wall Of Society Hill

October 17, 2014  |  Vantage

With October at hand and Halloween on the way, we thought a series on historic cemeteries was most appropriate. Our first story presents the strange tale of thirty tombstones that sit embedded in the back wall of the Presbyterian Historical Society > more

Historic Germantown Cemeteries On Display

Historic Germantown Cemeteries On Display

October 14, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Places of burial as places of history in Germantown, Eastern State gets $.5 million from the Commonwealth, Temple University moves its vegetable garden to make way for development, and Center City apartment building to be expanded > more