Just when I think the Beer Bubble is about to burst, more breweries open to reignite our limitless hop-timism. New since summer: the Spring Garden Beer District got another entry with Triple Bottom Brewing (915 Spring Garden St., 267 764-1994); Kensington landed Punch Buggy Brewing Co. (1445 N American St.); and Dock Street South (2118 Washington Ave., 215-337-3103) became a new piece in Washington Avenue’s ongoing transformation.
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No, South Philly chef Jennifer Zavala won’t be entering her controversial vegan meatballs into Taproom on 19th’s 6th Annual Meatball Challenge this weekend. Instead, she’ll be spending the weekend at music venue Underground Arts, where the popular pop-up chef just found a permanent home for her tamales and other foodstuffs.
CALL FOR ART!
Join us for All Monsters Attack! An #Art show celebrating famous monsters of film land! We teamed up to help with the RESURRECTION of #PhilaMOCA! If interested email JERKSProductions@gmail.com
Flyer by the amazing Larry West!#SupportLocalArt #SupportIndieFilm pic.twitter.com/sYsk9JM4hs
— JERKS Productions (@JERKSProduction) October 9, 2019
Dear Members, Neighbors, and Friends,
A special RCO Meeting : Hear plans for a mixed use building at Broad and Noble Streets: 368 residential units, retail and office space , 107 below grade parking spaces, and a public plaza on Noble Street. Drawings and a flyer are attached
October 22, 6:30 pm at Azavea, 990 Spring Garden St.
“On The Table” conversation on 10/17 at 1pm. On the Table Philly is a forum designed to elevate civic conversation, foster new relationships and create a unifying experience – sponsored by The Philadelphia Foundation and the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation. On Oct. 17, 2019, Philadelphia area residents will gather in small groups across the region to share a meal and discuss the opportunities and issues we face in our communities.
Sign up at this link, http://vhub.at/OnTheTable, to help Sunday Breakfast know who is coming. They will be proving a light lunch and creating space to have a great conversation about our community and ways to celebrate and improve it. Flyer attached
November 8, 10 am – PCDC is opening Crane Philadelphia
|Come celebrate the opening ofCrane Chinatown and Community Center!RSVP Here |
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Site/Sound, a new fall festival, brings installations and performances to the Rail Park, Philadelphia’s elevated public space.
Many more details: Site/Sound Arts Festival Energizes Philadelphia’s Rail Park, October 5-19
The three-week “Site/Sound” festival spotlights parts of the old track bed that have not yet been developed into Philadelphia’s new Rail Park.
There’s a new apartment building under construction at 1111 Ridge Ave., a five-story edifice that will have 18 units and commercial space on the first floor. Construction is moving along pretty well, with the exterior fully framed and the windows already installed. We couldn’t tell you what business to expect on the first floor, but given the restaurants and the excellent concert venue around the corner on Spring Garden Street and the numerous ongoing projects in the area, we can imagine several possible tenants making it work at this location. And while we can’t quite tell what the finished product will look like, we do know that the building will have a rather unique appearance, thanks to the angled frontage on Ridge.
Hello Members, Neighbors and Friends – There’s a lot going on in the neighborhood !
Our friends at Kismet CoWork are offering the Callowhill Neighborhood Association free tickets to an amazing 24 hour long event Oct 4-5th called GREATPHL (pronounced grateful). Use the code “CNA24” at checkout to redeem your ticket for you and a friend. There will be 45+ speakers, performers and interactive experiences. Come with yoga mats, comfy clothes and create a space to partake in this event that is part endurance learning part glamping. So many fun surprises will be in store! #GREATPHL19And don’t forget about Site/Sound: Revealing the Rail Park
Saturday, Oct. 5, through Saturday, Oct. 19, the festival will feature three large-scale art installations using sound and light, as well as additional free community programming, like a taiko drumming performance, poetry reading, mural tour and discussion on public art and public spaces.
The kick-off celebration of the festival will occur on October 5, 2019 at 6pm at Baldwin Park, located at 429 N. 19th Street, from 6-8pm. Please join the community for a fun evening with activities for the whole family as we count down to the first live musical performance in conjunction with the revealing of the Moon Viewing Platform installation along the Rail Park’s Cut (between 17th and 18th Streets).Callowhill Neighborhood Association