Posts Tagged ‘Lancaster Avenue’

A Rusty Nail On Lancaster Avenue Reveals All

A Rusty Nail On Lancaster Avenue Reveals All

June 1, 2017  |  History

The Shadow dishes the dirt on an old stain remover manufacturer that wowed the city with their magic soap > more

Cathedral Park Libraries Recall Quaker Family Values

Cathedral Park Libraries Recall Quaker Family Values

May 1, 2017  |  History

The Shadow paints a portrait of a prominent Quaker family who brought books and benevolence to Lancaster Avenue in the 1800s > more

On Rebuilding Lancaster Ave, Restaurant Serves Up Recipe For Equity

On Rebuilding Lancaster Ave, Restaurant Serves Up Recipe For Equity

April 6, 2016  |  Development

EAT Café on Lancaster Avenue to bring community engagement and an equitable dining experience to West Philadelphia. Tyler Horst has the story > more

Low Income Housing For Artists In West Powelton To Break Ground

Low Income Housing For Artists In West Powelton To Break Ground

February 8, 2016  |  Development

Affordable live-work space project in West Philadelphia will provide stable rent costs to area artists > more

A Ride On The Lincoln Highway, 100 Years Old Today

A Ride On The Lincoln Highway, 100 Years Old Today

October 31, 2013  |  History

As the keystone city in the Keystone State, Harry K reminds us that Philadelphia has been at the center of many of Pennsylvania's—and America's—most important topics, including the formation of byways and borders. One such example, the Lincoln Highway, turns 100 today > more