Posts Tagged ‘Germantown’

Ahead Of Pope Visit, Penn Museum Spotlights Its Early Religious Texts

Ahead Of Pope Visit, Penn Museum Spotlights Its Early Religious Texts

August 24, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Ancient texts on display at Penn Museum, tailgaters hurting Strawberry Mansion’s property and business model, layers of architectural style on display at Germantown park, and School District unloads two more shuttered schools > more

PHA Brings Anxiety & Assurances To Sharswood

PHA Brings Anxiety & Assurances To Sharswood

August 21, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Ground broken on PHA’s transformation of North Philly Neighborhood, Germantown school comes to terms with neighbors over parking lot, a suburban retail wish list, zoning confusion in Roxborough, and pics of Dîner en Blanc > more

When Pastorius Monument Unsettled Germantown

When Pastorius Monument Unsettled Germantown

June 25, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Contemplating monumental art in Germantown, a look at Indego's great two-month numbers, another pilot program to get more school funding, and a textile warehouse conversion in Queen Village > more

Papal Visit To Be Commemorated With North Philly Mural

Papal Visit To Be Commemorated With North Philly Mural

May 29, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Mural Arts Program teams up with the World Meeting of Families, Germantown preservationists reach settlement in Wissahickon Playground case, SEPTA announces major purchase, and scenes from the N3RD St Farmers Market > more

Rowdy Meetinghouse On Green Street Divides Quakers

Rowdy Meetinghouse On Green Street Divides Quakers

May 8, 2015  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

The strip mall on the north side of Spring Garden Street between Third and Fourth Streets doesn't carry much of a pulse these days. Harry K. says almost 200 years ago this sleepy spot was a hotbed of Quaker dissent and where the first major schism within the Religious Society of Friends originated > more