Posts Tagged ‘Kensington’

Kensington Workshop Keeps Neighborhood Clocking In

Kensington Workshop Keeps Neighborhood Clocking In

May 16, 2018  |  Last Light

Inside a 124-year-old mill in Kensington, World Manufacturing Inc. is buzzing with work orders. Theresa Stigale puts us on the production line with this photo essay > more

Historic Kensington Banks

Historic Kensington Banks “For Sale,” But Not Really

November 10, 2017  |  News

The saga of two historic banks struggling for survival under the EL continues. GroJLart has the update > more

Praise And Protest At Historical Commission Meeting

Praise And Protest At Historical Commission Meeting

October 17, 2017  |  News

Applause and anger filled the room at the monthly Historical Commission meeting on Friday. GroJLart has the details > more

Fierce & Fashionable: Philadelphia Female Labor Fighters Of The 20s & 30s

Fierce & Fashionable: Philadelphia Female Labor Fighters Of The 20s & 30s

September 5, 2017  |  Buzz

New book examines Kensington's radical hosiery workers and women in the labor movement from the Jazz Age to the New Deal. Nathaniel Popkin has the review > more

<em>Kensington Blues</em> Puts A Human Face On A Lost Population

Kensington Blues Puts A Human Face On A Lost Population

May 31, 2017  |  Last Light

Photographer Jeffrey Stockbridge captures the lives of Philadelphia's opioid crisis in his new book, Kensington Blues. HC editor Michael Bixler has the review > more