Your black Croc, size 8 is in my possession. Should you care to see it again, alive and unharmed, wire an undisclosed amount of money to Phillygrrl. Email me at email@example.com for my PayPal account information. I am very dangerous.
Ever since they came to my high school when I was a sophomore and performed a series of dramatic one-acts. Fantastic work going on there.
And today and tomorrow you can help them celebrate their new home at 12th and Vine!
Please join us April 3rd & 4th for the opening of our Chinatown In/flux neighborhood exhibition and a weekend celebrating the grand opening of the Asian Arts Initiative’s new home! Continue reading
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“Nothing good comes easy in Philadelphia, but Philadelphians seem to accept that.”
That’s one of my favorite lines from Philadelphia 2009: The State of the City, the Pew Charitable Trusts report that was released recently.
It’s a must-read.
To be honest, I am obsessed with reports like this that tell me how exactly my city is faring.
It helps that this one was written by Tom Ferrick Jr., whose columns I’ve long-enjoyed reading. The writing in this report is fluid. Very easy to read and understand, as all good research reports should be. Continue reading