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<em>Tonight Is Forever</em> Honors Stonewall Riots & Philly LGBT Activism History

Tonight Is Forever Honors Stonewall Riots & Philly LGBT Activism History

June 11, 2019  |  News

A new art installation at William Way LGBT Community Center connects local and national moments in gay liberation history. Ali Roseberry-Polier takes a look > more

New Exhibit Invites Visitors Inside The Life Of Row Houses

New Exhibit Invites Visitors Inside The Life Of Row Houses

June 6, 2019  |  News

"Rowhouse Workshop," an exhibition devoted to the culture of Philly’s most iconic residential form, opens on Friday, June 7 at Cherry Street Pier. Michael Bixler has the details > more

Community Advocacy Coalition Releases New Report On Development & Displacement

Community Advocacy Coalition Releases New Report On Development & Displacement

May 31, 2019  |  News

Philadelphia Coalition for Affordable Communities, a collection of 65 local organizations, releases data and suggestions to help alleviate Philly's housing crisis. Ali Roseberry-Polier has the details > more

Arata Isozaki, Installation Designer Of First Louis Kahn Retrospective, Receives Pritzker Prize

Arata Isozaki, Installation Designer Of First Louis Kahn Retrospective, Receives Pritzker Prize

May 30, 2019  |  News

Celebrated Japanese architect Arata Isozaki wins the world's premier lifetime achievement award in the building arts. In Philadelphia, he is known for his creative installation design of the first retrospective devoted to Louis Kahn. Lance Knickerbocker has the story > more

Archeological Dig Will Explore Philly’s Pre-colonial Waterfront

Archeological Dig Will Explore Philly’s Pre-colonial Waterfront

May 24, 2019  |  News

Philly's maritime history on the Delaware River is the focus of a new archeological study at the former site of West Shipyard. Kimberly Haas has the story > more