Posts Tagged ‘Schuylkill River’

The Tale Of Catfish And Waffles

The Tale Of Catfish And Waffles

September 23, 2016  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Long before chicken and waffles took hip restaurant menus by storm Philadelphia was famous for the meal's precursor, catfish and waffles, served at inns and taverns on the banks of the Wissahickon Creek and the Schuylkill River. Harry K. sets the table and serves us up a heaping plate of local culinary history > more

In The Schuylkill's Weeds

In The Schuylkill’s Weeds

September 1, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Clearing a famed rowing venue of impedimenta, Nimbyism threatens 92-year-old convent in Fishtown, city post offices downsizing, first set of recalled Silverliner train cars back to work, and a live-work opportunity in the Strawberry Mansion > more

Touring Honeygrow's New Fishtown Offices

Touring Honeygrow’s New Fishtown Offices

July 15, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Inside eatery’s new Fishtown office, suspended performance art over the Schuylkill, a closer look at the ongoing construction of the next Comcast tower, and state money to provide nearly 500 subsidized homes throughout city > more

In Kingsessing, A Colonial Cottage Keeps History In Place

In Kingsessing, A Colonial Cottage Keeps History In Place

May 27, 2016  |  Vantage

Just off of Woodland Avenue among a block of crumbling rows stands a small, stone farmhouse that has miraculously withstood time and tide for over 250 years. Contributor Ann de Forest has the story behind the tiny colonial cottage on Vogdes Street > more

As Sediment Builds, Rowing Less Safe In The Schuylkill

As Sediment Builds, Rowing Less Safe In The Schuylkill

May 9, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Dredging sought for Schuylkill River, Boathouse Row through the decades, Feibush-Johnson civil trial begins, and 17 new homes coming to South Kensington > more