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My book is finally in my hands! Seven years of art in Philadelphia’s Callowhill district come together in this attractive 178 page volume documenting live and architecture in the neighborhood that inspired David Lynch’s “Eraserhead.”

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A historic photo depicting 6th and Callowhill streets in 1915. (Courtesy of PhillyHistory.org)

“Well,” he said, “if you were from here, you might call it Spring Garden or Callowhill. If you were a developer, you’d call it the Loft District. And if you were a hipster” — here I felt a little judged — “you’d call it the Eraserhood.”

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