Posts Tagged ‘monuments’

House Museum In North Philly Plans Monument For Former Slave

House Museum In North Philly Plans Monument For Former Slave

January 3, 2019  |  Vantage

Stenton, the former plantation house in Logan, prepares to honor Dinah with their new project, Inequality in Bronze. Keshler Thibert has the details > more

Pride And Prejudice: Honor LGBT History With Rizzo Statue Removal

Pride And Prejudice: Honor LGBT History With Rizzo Statue Removal

June 21, 2018  |  Soapbox

For Pride Month, Ali Roseberry-Polier takes a look at Frank Rizzo's legacy of aggression towards Philly's LGBT community and opines why his divisive monument should be moved > more

Drexel Expands Poplar Health Center

Drexel Expands Poplar Health Center

November 12, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A look at the Stephen and Sandra Sheller 11th Street Family Health Services Center, keeping up appearances in Spruce Hill, blighted lots cleaned up in Old City, subtractor sues over non-starter Francis Fields, and appreciating Philly's war memorials > more

Temple Dedicates The Lewis Katz School Of Medicine

Temple Dedicates The Lewis Katz School Of Medicine

October 13, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Alumnus and philanthropist honored, pics from the second annual Old City Fest, West Laurel Hill gets a new entranceway, anti-deportation activists paint on Callowhill, and appealing for an end of public commemoration of Columbus > more

Tracking The Muhlenburg Monument

Tracking The Muhlenburg Monument

June 18, 2015  |  Morning Blend

"When Public Art Becomes a Hot Potato," student art hangs throughout Old Kensington, segwaying from mural to mural, and Community Gardens Day this weekend > more