Posts Tagged ‘Powelton Village’

“West Philly Days” Gives A Glimpse Into Who We Were

September 8, 2014  |  Photography

Photographer Stephen Perloff offers a slice of times gone by with "West Philly Days" > more

The Guy With The Wood People On His Porch

The Guy With The Wood People On His Porch

December 4, 2013  |  Art & Design

Tis the season—for ice sculpture. Joe Brin's travels and art appreciation converge in Powelton Village to find Roger Wing, sculptor of wood, stone, and ice, at home and in his element > more

The Cloisters, Revisited And Retold

The Cloisters, Revisited And Retold

December 3, 2013  |  Preservation

We're constantly bemoaning the loss of great neighborhood churches. At The Cloisters, adapted for housing in late the 1980s, developer Caroline Dunlop Millett saved a monumental building and used an innovative design to put it back to use. She tells her story here > more

New Exhibition At African American Museum Celebrates Tiberino Family

New Exhibition At African American Museum Celebrates Tiberino Family

September 25, 2013  |  Art & Design

The Tiberino family has, at their home compound and museum, for years been a West Philly institution. At an exhibition opening with a reception tomorrow evening, they'll share their family's art at another institution: the African American Museum > more

Of Reverence And Ritual At Hawthorne Hall

Of Reverence And Ritual At Hawthorne Hall

May 2, 2013  |  Art & Design

Inside a gentle but elaborate curving row of buildings on Lancaster Avenue, the old Knights of Pythias lodge will soon entertain the Society of Pythagoras. Brad Maule previews the space at Hawthorne Hall that will host Rabid Hands' project for the 2013 Festival > more