Special Agent Dale Cooper vanished more than 20 years ago and to this day his fate remains unknown. But according to Brooklyn-based artist Michelle Levy, he has recently been making appearances. ”Yes – there are implications that our search for Cooper may finally bring results. We believe we have made our first contact,” writes the image maker, storyteller, and observer of human character on her website.

And she has the photos to prove it…

(via Dale Cooper’s Back: Recent Sightings!)

Thanks to all the NEW people that came out this last TUESDAY! 
WE ARE GROWING! PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD! PHILLY”S BEST OPEN JAM. 

BTW We are now serving BUFAD PIZZA to all musicians attending the JAM for FREE! (you geniuses gotta eat right?) SEE Ya next tuesday!

Tuesday, February 26, 2013

10:00pm


Calling all musicians for Tuesday nights Underground Getdown open jam session at Underground Arts. All musicians welcome!


In house bass rig, Hammond C-3 organ, leslie cabinet and Drums will be provided!


This happens many, if not most Tuesdays, so come on out- we’ve been getting some stellar performances…..


10pm-2am


21+ No cover

(via Underground Get Down)

Disclosure

ARNOLD (M|O|D), Dave P

Tue, March 19, 2013

Doors: 8:00 pm / Show: 8:30 pm

Union Transfer

Philadelphia, PA

$15.00 – $17.00

As London warms up for a memorable 2012, homegrown production duo Disclosure look set to drop the soundtrack of the summer. ‘The Face EP’ is the latest offering from brothers Guy and Howard Lawrence (aged just 20 and 17 respectively) who have already been playlisted by Radio 1, received enthusiastic co-signs from Pitchfork, FACT, Fader and The Guardian, toured the UK and Europe and supported SBTRKT on his UK tour. With its addictive sunshine sound, their latest EP looks set to compound Disclosure’s growing reputation as the UK’s most exciting – and uplifting – new producers.

(via Union Transfer | Philadelphia Music Venue » Disclosure – Tickets – Union Transfer – Philadelphia, PA – March 19th, 2013)

P-B-P (Pork-Brooklyn-Pints)

Saturday – March 02, 2013 @ 02:00PM / ends @ 06:00PM
Beer & Food Event @ (267) 318-7772
This is a must-come-to event! We will be roasting whole pigs for this all-you-can-eat event & pouring our favorite Brooklyn Brews. 

The deal is simple: $45 a ticket and all the pork, mashed sweet potatoes, & Brooklyn beer you can eat and drink. We will have some vegetarian options available also for the none pork eaters. 

(via P-B-P (Pork-Brooklyn-Pints) – March 02, 2013 – BeerAdvocate)

From historic trees to tile roofs, from the Navy Yard to Nicetown, the Preservation Alliance for Greater Philadelphia has announced 21 projects, people, and community groups from across the region to receive this year’s Preservation Achievement and Special Recognition awards at an event on May 15.

[Included in the list of honorees is the Pennsylvania State Office Building (1400 Spring Garden Street) pictured above.]

(via PlanPhilly | 2013 Preservation Achievement Award Honorees)

Tomorrow at 2PM, the Board of L&I Review will rule on the appeal of the demolition permit for the Church of the Assumption at 11th and Spring Garden Street. That ruling will be announced without testimony taken and is based on the Historical Commission’s own finding of economic hardship for the owner, John Wei, who wishes to tear the historic church down. There is still an appeal pending on the case in the Commonwealth Court; lawyers for the Callowhill Neighbors Association, disputing demolition, will likely then appeal the case to the Court of Common Pleas. Read the latest on that case by Hidden City reporter Christopher Mote HERE.

(via Critical Day Tomorrow For Two Major Preservation Cases | Hidden City Philadelphia)