Posts Tagged ‘Northern Liberties’

Offices To Replace Finnigan’s Wake

Offices To Replace Finnigan’s Wake

May 18, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Bill introduced to rezone former Democrat hangout, thinking about civic monuments, the expansive truss of the Wagner Free Institute of Science, the Good Samaritans of Port Richmond, and transit display unveiled in Commerce Square > 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

Songs Of The Incarcerated At Eastern State

Songs Of The Incarcerated At Eastern State

May 4, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A chorus of voices on display at Eastern State Penitentiary, ad hoc committee formed for old Roxborough theater, seeking solutions for a problematic health center, and a look at construction in NoLibs > more

Before The Bro Bar: Unboxing The Former Home Of Finnegan's Wake

Before The Bro Bar: Unboxing The Former Home Of Finnegan’s Wake

March 30, 2015  |  The Shadow Knows

Finnegan's Wake, the infamous Irish pub at 2nd and Spring Garden, closed its doors last summer after a contract for selling the building fell through. The former box and casket factory now sits vacant and off the market. The Shadow saddles up to the bar to give us the building's industrious background > more

The Hidden Patterns Of Ownership In Northern Liberties And Grays Ferry

The Hidden Patterns Of Ownership In Northern Liberties And Grays Ferry

March 11, 2015  |  Vantage

Grays Ferry and Northern Liberties are both two miles from City Hall and mirror each other in percentage of renters. Tracing the addresses of landlords in both areas, David Hilbert examines affluence and poverty through property owner distance and neighborhood investment > more