Posts Tagged ‘school closings’

Philly's School Closings Captured By Local Photographers

Philly’s School Closings Captured By Local Photographers

October 16, 2013  |  Vantage

An exhibit by the Philadelphia School Closings Photo Collective documents public schools that have been closed across the city. Hidden City speaks with photographer Katrina Ohstrom, who has curated a selection of photos that opens tonight at the Scribe Video Center > more

At Bok Tech, School's Out Forever

At Bok Tech, School’s Out Forever

June 21, 2013  |  Last Light

This final day of school doubles as the final day of service for 23 public school buildings across the city. It's the sad end to a chapter written by students, teachers, alumni, and communities. Katrina Ohstrom brings us images of South Philly's Bok Tech final days on the clock > more

No Obvious Reuse For Bok High

No Obvious Reuse For Bok High

June 20, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Bok too big for its urban context, developers dreaming big on Baltimore Ave, single family homes booming in Hawthorne, Night Market for West Oak Lane tonight, and 7 quiet parks to get away > more

Unmarked Mother Bethel Cemetery Up For Historic Status

Unmarked Mother Bethel Cemetery Up For Historic Status

May 20, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Historical Commission to consider designation for little-known Queen Village cemetery, labor has spoiled the Convention Center for the years to come, Bill Cosby on the end of Germantown High, and PennDOT to rebuild Broad Street bridge > more

Developer Open To NLNA's Suggestions For Canal Street North

Developer Open To NLNA’s Suggestions For Canal Street North

December 19, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Canal Street developer gets feedback form community, the Saturday Evening Post to return home, Feibush’s gripe with city’s land grab, PCAPS sees alternative to school closings, Jon Bon Jovi to give Francisville some soul (and affordable housing), and Philly scores well in biking > more