When we moved from the Netherlands to Philadelphia six years ago, my wife and I first landed in Fishtown. It’s a nice neighborhood if you are young, but for us, eventually, Mt. Airy in Northwest Philly beckoned.
Continue reading In Mt. Airy, It Takes A Village To Keep The Village [PHOTO ESSAY]
See the gallery for some of the scenes of the March 17, 2016 School Reform Commission Action Meeting, held at the Auditorium of the School District of Philadelphia Head Quarters on N. Broad St.
For a detailed look on what went on at this meeting check the story by WHYY’s Education beat reporter Kevin McCorry – March 18, 2016; “Education Philosophies Clash at Packed Philly SRC Meeting”
When claiming this young nation requires upgrades some undervalue the soil and rock on which it is based on.
While it seems most of the nation’s infrastructure really needs a tune-up or at least a fresh coat of paint, a group of centenarians is only getting better over time.
Visitors of this year’s Flower Show will see a large scale celebration of the 100th anniversary of United States’ National Park Service (NPS) as they scout the Convention Center wandering one of three ‘trails’ to ‘Explore America’. Continue reading National Parks celebrated at the 2016 Philadelphia Flower Show