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Michael Bixler

Michael Bixler is a writer, photographer, and managing editor of Hidden City Daily. He is a former arts and entertainment reporter with Mountain Xpress weekly in Asheville, North Carolina and a native of South Carolina. Bixler has a keen interest in adaptive reuse, underappreciated architecture, contemporary literature and art, and forward-thinking dialogue about people and place. Follow him on Instagram

Community Collective Pushing For Reuse Of Germantown Town Hall

Community Collective Pushing For Reuse Of Germantown Town Hall

October 8, 2014  |  News

The Hidden City Festival unleashed community desire to save and reuse Germantown Town Hall. Now, the Germantown Town Hall Collaborative is ready to start planning the building's future at a community meeting this Saturday. Michael Bixler reports > more

Groundbreaking At East Market; Substantial Project Underway

Groundbreaking At East Market; Substantial Project Underway

October 2, 2014  |  Buzz

The lynchpin development East Market Street gets its official start today, as the long 1100 block of Market Street comes down. Michael Bixler was on hand > more

Gravy Studio Hosts Kensington Photo Walk This Sunday

Gravy Studio Hosts Kensington Photo Walk This Sunday

September 25, 2014  |  Buzz

Gravy Studio & Gallery is hosting a photo walking tour of Kensington this Sunday. Using an old Philadelphia atlas from 1904 as their guide, they'll stop and share thoughts on the changing neighborhood while documenting the time-worn curiosities they find > more

The Last Golden Hours Of Summer

The Last Golden Hours Of Summer

September 22, 2014  |  Last Light

In August we asked you comb the city for warm, glowing photos of dusk and dawn. We've received over a hundred golden hour shots during the past month and are pleased to present them to you today as we raise a glass to the last day of summer 2014 > more

Mount Moriah Now Under New Management

Mount Moriah Now Under New Management

September 22, 2014  |  Buzz

Mount Moriah Cemetery Preservation Corporation takes over stewardship of the long-neglected cemetery > more