TWIN PEAKS actor James Marshall headlines this year’s Eraserhood Forever with opening musical act F–k You, Tammy!
About this Event
The 2019 Eraserhood Forever kicks off with a live performance from Brooklyn supergroup, Fuck You Tammy, performing the music of Julee Cruise, Angelo Badalamenti, and other TWIN PEAKS-related songs. Headlining the event will be TWIN PEAKS fan favorite actor James Marshall who will join us for an on-stage Q&A followed by a meet and greet. James is still cool, he’s always been cool.
Plus DJ @ThatsOurWaldo (Welcome to Twin Peaks) and host Ben Velvet!
A street-level exploration of Philadelphia’s infamous Callowhill Industrial Historic District with “Walking the Eraserhood” photoessay author Bob Bruhin.
Bruhin will discuss his experiences in this dramatically distressed neighborhood, the forces that inspired his photoessay, and the delicate balance between preservation and improvement in play within the Callowhill District. Brind your cameras and/or phones to document this ever changing historical area!
[Copies of “Walking the Eraserhood” will be avilable at severely discounted prices after the tour.]
PhilaMOCA is hosting the eighth annual installment of its critically-acclaimed ERASERHOOD FOREVER exhibit – an artistic celebration of the work of David Lynch. From paintings of your favorite TWIN PEAKS characters to paper mache’d nitrous tanks, we’re looking for anything that celebrates the filmography of one of America’s greatest living filmmakers.
The opening reception will be held on Wednesday, October 9 from 6-9 PM and will be on view for all PhilaMOCA events through the end of the month. Please note that acceptance into the art show does not grant artists admission to the November 2 Lynch-related event.
Karen Bruhin and I are proud to have been selected — along with a large number of our beloved local photography peers — to exhibit our work in Philly Reveal!
The exhibit is from July 22 – September 13 and will be featured in the Art Gallery at City Hall, Room 116, as well as the two display cases on the first floor.
A reception date is TBD.
This week in Callowhill !
Thursday Sept 19-
Roy-Pitz Barrel House
990 Spring Garden St.
September 19,19 – 5 to 7pm
|Sting Arts launch celebrating Bees + Beer !|
|The rooftops of 990 Spring Garden and 448 N 10th Street are now home to rooftop bee hives. Each building has three hives with 50,000 bees producing honey. By mid-September, the Sting Arts bees are expected to produce 200 pounds of honey.|
|What’s all the BUZZ about? What’s all the buzz about? Local bees from the rail park have been hard at work to produce a delicious floral honey that goes perfect in a Philadelphia brewed IPA. The honey is fermented warm to dry out this ale while at the same time leaving a sweet honey perception and aroma. Light and delicate this honey forward ale is a perfect template for west coast hops to express their intense tropical fruit and dank resins. Working in collaboration with Tools for Schools, 50% of all proceeds will be donated to this charity. |
Then head over to the Rail Park-
Star Party at the Rail Park
Thursday, September 19
6 – 10pm with performance by BalletX at 7pm
Rail Park Phase I – 1300 Noble St
Saturday Sept 21 9am – noon
19th Annual Fall Callowhill Clean Up – It’s a great way to connect with neighbors while improving your neighborhood. All supplies and snacks provided
Meet at 990 Spring Garden St – rear parking lot. + a second location ! – Asian Arts Initiative 1219 Vine St
Big Thanks to W/N W/N Coffee Bar for providing the caffeine ! www.winwincoffeebar.com
We’re sad to report that PhilaMOCA is being forced to temporarily close. All events below will be relocated, please check back for updates or check our Facebook page. We’ll be back as soon as possible!
Detailed list of relocated, rescheduled, and cancelled events: PhilaMOCA: Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art
Source: RESCHEDULED: Star Party
Triple Bottom Brewing brings its philosophy of “beer, people, and planet” to Spring Garden Street.
TRIPLE BOTTOM BREWING GRAND OPENING!
You have probably seen this spot under construction for the past few months and now it’s time to toast their opening day!
Come have a beer with us on September 12! It’s going to be an amazing night, and we can’t wait to celebrate with you!
Cheers to open doors and great beers,
Tess, Bill, & Kyle – the Triple Bottom team
Much more: What’s new at the Rail Park?
Location: 339 N. Broad Street, North Broad/Callowhill
Key Players: Peter Woolsey, Kenneth Bush, Brad Histand
The Situation: Bistrot La Minette’s Peter Woolsey is heading to North Broad for another French restaurant, bringing along La Minette’s executive chef Kenny Bush and La Peg’s GM Brad Histand. Gabi, going in the new Hanover North Broad building, will be an Art Deco-styled all-day cafe with sidewalk seating, a bar, and dishes like French onion soup, steak frites, duck confit, and escargot.
Projected Opening: October
Cicala at the Divine Lorraine
Location: 699 N. Broad Street, North Broad/Spring Garden
Key Players: Joe Cicala, Angela Cicala
The Situation: Chefs Joe Cicala, formerly of Le Virtu and Brigantessa, and Angela Cicala are working on Cicala at the Divine Lorraine in Philly’s rapidly changing North Broad Street corridor. The upscale eatery, set inside a historic hotel turned apartment building, will serve southern Italian fare.
Projected Opening: Early October
Hello members, Neighbors and Friends
As we await the official result on the Callowhill BID …
An article from Philly.com https://www.inquirer.com/news/callowhill-bid-squilla-victory-win-arts-crafts-holdings-20190830.html
Please join Callowhill Neighborhood Association and Friends of the Rail Park for the
2019 Fall Neighborhood Clean Up on Sept 21 (not Sept 14, the previous “save the date”)
Everyone is welcome to a Public Town Hall Meeting with State Senator Larry Farnese and State Representative Mary Isaacson – Oct 14. 7:30 pm at Azavea. If you have specific issues you’d like to discuss with our representative let us know.
A mystifying death has rattled a quaint mountainside town.
Mirroring the premise of “Twin Peaks,” an early 1990s television sensation, a troupe of local thespians has transformed the surrealism of filmmaker David Lynch into an immersive theatrical narrative at the Bok Building, 1901 S. 9th St.
Presented through the FringeArts Festival, “Red Lodge, Montana,” the brainchild of The Antidote producing collective, will take audiences on a live-action nightmare unfolding in a girls locker room of the former South Philadelphia public school.