The Food Experiments, the traveling amateur cooks contest that Brooklyn dudes Nick Suarez and Theo Peck brought to town last year in the form of The Philly Cheese Experiment, is returning on May 6 with the Sandwich Experiment at the Underground Arts at the Wolf Building.
More about the Viaduct, coming soon!
Taking a cue from our friends over at West Philly Local, I would like to point out we have an Eraserhood business up for a Best of Philly 2012 award: Trestle Inn was nominated in the City Brunch category.
You can help Trestle Inn win by casting your votes on this page. You can come back and vote daily until Monday, May 21. The awards will be announced in Philadelphia Magazine’s August issue.
Thanks again to Rudy Karsan, CEO of Kenexa, for sharing this blog with an international audience.
Extra thanks to all my co-workers in our little Kenexa office here in the Wolf Building in the Eraserhood, for everything!
Two men inspect bottles at Esslinger’s, Inc. brewery on 10th & Callowhill Streets.
Panorama 1209 on Flickr.
10th Street Bridge over Vine Street Expressway
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This lot is pathetic. It hasn’t been able to be completely covered in construction for at least 60 years. What’s worse, it may NEVER get built on. Its located at the Northeast corner of Broad and Noble Streets, but there’s nothing Noble about it.