July has definitely turned out to be a banner month for Eraserhood related events!

  • It all started on July 2, downtown at Cafe 12, where photographer Bob Bruhin opened his Greetings from the Eraserhood photo exhibition in conjunction with the Photographic Society of Philadelphia. This show, featuring Bruhin’s “twisted views of a demented square mile,” will be hanging through August. More information at
  • Unless you have been living inside a radiator, you already know the next big event in the July Eraserhood calendar begins at 6:30pm this Friday with the grand opening of PhilaMOCA’s Eraserhood Forever (and Ever) art and performance event (with after-party at The Trestle Inn, featuring Eraserhood-themed drinks). (…and yes, Bruhin from will have two images in this exhibit. You may see his face in other places that evening, as well.) If this is anything at all like last year’s event, it promises to be the Eraserhood event of the season! More information at
  • Finally, on Tuesday July 23, we will be rebooting ourselves here at This reboot will include the addition of talented new staff, exciting new content, and a totally revamped website. More details on this as the date approaches.