Posts Tagged ‘Coltrane House’

Praisin' The Trane

Praisin’ The Trane

July 17, 2013  |  Buzz

Though he's been gone nearly 50 years, John Coltrane's legacy has never been larger in his adopted hometown. Two events, one this week in Brewerytown and one next month at IHouse, help to maintain his profile—and preserve his home > more

At Coltrane House, Getting Closer To The Dream

At Coltrane House, Getting Closer To The Dream

March 25, 2013  |  News

Giant steps taken toward the next phase in the life of the Coltrane House. Following both a neighborhood workshop and a professional charrette, Christopher Mote examines what's next > more

There Was No End To The Music

There Was No End To The Music

February 8, 2013  |  Vantage

How do we remember and preserve the legacy of John Coltrane and what was, in the 1940s-1960s, one of the top jazz communities in the world? Rob Armstrong helps us launch the discussion with this first in a series of articles we're producing with the website All About Jazz--a portrait of Coltrane immersed in his city > more

In Palimpsests, A Way Of Thinking About Preservation

In Palimpsests, A Way Of Thinking About Preservation

October 30, 2012  |  Possible City

It's the layers of the city that give it energy and interest. How can we account for them in rethinking preservation? > more

Always A Philadelphian

Always A Philadelphian

February 1, 2012  |  Vantage

John Coltrane came of age, learned from the masters, and became a legend living in Philadelphia--now preservationists are working to save Trane’s Strawberry Mansion home > more