Mar. 17th, 2017
- Thu, 14:55: The US president suffers a new setback in his attempts to... https://t.co/5fNHU7F0BY
- Thu, 14:55: The budget proposal represents the most dramatic shift in how... https://t.co/W06cORZaoj
- Thu, 14:55: trumpisaliar: I am happy to announce that t-shirts are on sale... https://t.co/bJPM8lMN0m
- Thu, 14:55: At a Nashville campaign rally, President Trump said he wished he... https://t.co/ye3pRBL2x7
- Thu, 14:55: “Frankly, we have a lot” of evidence to support his... https://t.co/QfJUvsZgUx
- Thu, 14:55: Trump went full berzerker last night after a judge in Hawaii... https://t.co/usTzylyy9N
- Thu, 14:55: Trump wants to undo Obama’s Clean Car Rules, but some... https://t.co/QeHPuXdQ1S
- Thu, 14:55: Cuts threaten US leadership in science, would result in... https://t.co/UPMyEuWVO1
- Thu, 17:05: "The poem in the piece was written by Anna o Toole who emigrated to the states from Inishlacken in the early part... https://t.co/hRuv73EW3C
- Thu, 17:52: Just posted a photo @ 30th Street Station https://t.co/hLsP47hq1x
April 16 @ 11:00 am – 12:30 pm
“Philadelphia, more than any filmmaker, influenced me. It’s the sickest, most corrupt, decaying, fear-ridden city imaginable.” — David Lynch
When David Lynch moved to Philadelphia in the late 1960s to attend PAFA, he discovered a city that was both terrifying and inspiring. Explore the neighborhood that so electrified Lynch’s imagination in the company of two tour guides: Hidden City’s Peter Woodall and Lynch aficionado Bob Bruhin. During this one-and-a-half hour walking tour, we’ll delve into the neighborhood’s pre- and post-Lynch history, as well as the sights and sounds that inspired Lynch’s movies, particularly Eraserhead.
Those of you who attended the meeting on March 13 know that zoning presentation for 430 N 9th St did not happen as scheduled.
If you are interested in this zoning application there will be a meeting at PCDC, 301 N 9th st (north side of Vine) on Tuesday, March 21st at 5:30.
We apologize for the short notice.