Tag Archives: South Street

Looking South – The Royal Theater

I am mournful to report the obliteration of another piece of Philadelphia’s past. The Royal Theater on 15th and South was built in 1919, and showcased African American entertainers. While it may not be as historically significant as the city’s other gems, it was … Continue reading

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Philly Free Streets

On Saturday, The City of Philadelphia temporarily closed off some of their streets allowing people to bike, run, and walk.    

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Detail of a Mural on South Street

 

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Spring on South Street

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Looking Up on South Street

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The Greatest Store That Ever Was

I was digging through a dusty 4-drawer filing cabinet in my studio when I came upon this catalog for a sadly gone but not forgotten store  — Rocketships & Accessories!

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A Bird of Prey on South Street

Whilst walking on one of my South Philly Safaris with my son on a particularly cold and crisp morning I noticed a larger than normal bird out of the corner of my eye. One gets so used to seeing the … Continue reading

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