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Category Archives: Looking South
On Tuesday night, The Belleville Quartet – a Philadelphia based acoustic jazz ensemble played at Bardascino Park at 10th and Carpenter. It’s the first in a series of summer concerts my neighbors and I look forward to. SaveSave SaveSave
El Carnaval de Puebla took over Washington Avenue on Sunday – it was a visual wonderland! More photos after the cut.
John’s Water Ice has a magnificent sign, and their water ice ain’t bad either! They’re located at 8th and Christian Streets, and are open for the 2018 season!
I ran across this food photo taken at Saté Kampar on Passyunk Avenue while looking for another photo. If you’re in the neighborhood, stop in – it’s a cozy little place and their food is wonderful!
What do you do when the train is late and you’re bored?
Temperatures in the 40s and the threat of snow, made these daffodils a sight for sore eyes on 9th Street last weekend. Spring, where are you? SaveSave SaveSave SaveSave
It’s snowing like crazy in Philly, the Boy and I ventured out to buy some snow storm snacks. Afternoon plans include baking and board games, be safe everyone!
More handmade sign love at Termini’s Bakery. SaveSave
On Friday, three former members of the Philadelphia Eagles stopped by on 9th and Montrose for a meet and greet. David Akers, Irving Fryar, and Bill Bergey chatted with locals, posed for photos, and signed balls and jerseys. Although I … Continue reading
Spotted this jazzed up bike on 9th Street – on closer inspection, two of the 45s were Nat King Cole, the third being Clyde McCoy. Unfamiliar with McCoy, I turned to Wikipedia: Clyde Lee McCoy (December 29, 1903 – June … Continue reading