Morgue-Looking Northeast-From South Side Wood Street – Opposite #1317 Wood Street.
Martin Luther King, Jr. Shabbat
January 18 6pm
Guest: Rev. Dr. Mark Tyler, Mother Bethel Church
Karen Staller will be the ASL interpreter for the serviceJoin us for an interfaith service honoring civil rights leader
Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. We will welcome guests Reverend Dr. Mark Tyler and M. Barry Currington, Music Director, as well as congregants and the choir from the Mother Bethel African Methodist Episcopal Church.
Martin Luther King, Jr’s legacy of leadership continues to inspire and hearten us as we strive to turn his dream of equality into our reality. These efforts will be highlighted at this Shabbat Service.
Sarah McEneaney Dog Heaven. 2008 egg tempera on linen. 36×48″
In conjunction with “The Female Gaze: Women Artists Making Their World,” PAFA will present the WOMAN OF THE WEEK: Sarah McEneaney.
Born in Munich, Germany, McEneaney has been living and working in Philadelphia since 1973. The artist received a certificate from PAFA in 1979 and is known for her auto-biographical paintings rendered in jewel-like colors.
This Thursday, January 17, you’ll have the chance to meet McEneaney during PAFA After Dark (www.pafa.org/afterdark)!
A founding member of Callowhill Neigborhood Association (Vice -President 2002-2011, President 2012-Present) Sarah is a visual artist who has lived and worked in the Callowhill Neighborhood since 1979. In 2003 McEneaney and John Struble founded the Reading Viaduct Project, which is dedicated to the remediation of the abandoned Reading Viaduct into a great new public park for Philadelphia.
This dream, vividly imagined in her 2008 painting, “Dog Heaven” (above) is now tantalizingly close to becoming reality.
Tonights Mystery Keg is perfect for this weather, from a city where it is currently 51 degrees and sunny today….at least we have their beer!
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Morgue-Looking West on Wood Street from Northeast Corner – 13th and Wood Streets. No Parking Sign on Pole on Corner – Automobiles
…the proposed elevated park, running from Oakton to Dempster streets between the CTA and Metra tracks, is estimated to cost $19.5 million — nearly 90 percent of the total envisioned funding for open space improvements under the plan.
Hatwig’s on Flickr.