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Arts & Culture

    • Fish signs mark homes on the 800 block of East Thompson Street. (Joel Wolfram for WHYY)

Old fish, new fish: Tracing the history of Fishtown’s most ubiquitous sign

When Joe Billitto and Megan Minner moved into their brick rowhouse on Sepviva Street last fall, just one thing was missing. The couple, not quite in their 30s, had renovated the…

    • Shyeer Johnson and Waki Perry, both 14, frequent the library after school. (Neal Santos for PlanPhilly)

In Common: At rejuvenated Logan Library, room for the noisy joy of teenage kicks

Next up in our 2018 series about Philly's changing public spaces, Ashley Hahn checks out what’s welcoming neighborhood teens back to the century-old, recently-renovated Logan Library. Midafternoon on a cold Thursday,…

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New Hunting Park mural honors graffiti legend Karaz

The corner of Fifth and Luray streets in Hunting Park resembled a 1990s hip-hop video. With Wu-Tang Clan, A Tribe Called Quest, and other classics from that time booming from a…

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ABOUT ARTS & CULTURE

A healthy city requires a thriving cultural ecosystem. That community including nonprofit arts organizations and for-profit art institutions; community cultural centers and fine museums; galleries and theaters; music groups and design guilds; educational institutions, archives and libraries; literary groups and publications; media arts groups and public artwork.
 

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