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When I moved to Philadelphia, Frank Rizzo, a former mayor and police commissioner, had been dead for nearly two decades. Still, ..read more
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All That Philly Jazz by Faye Anderson - 1w ago
The Cinderella Café or Inn was located at 16th and Lombard streets. In response to efforts to delist the property as a contributing ..read more
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On October 22, PlanPhilly held a panel discussion on historic preservation, public memory, cultural heritage and displacement. PlanPhilly ..read more
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In a recent essay published by the Brookings Institution, the writers asked: Whose history gets recognized in our public spaces? ..read more
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I talk to the ancestors. More important, I listen to them. On a hot Saturday, the ancestors pushed this cold-weather person to check on ..read more
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Ken Burns’ latest film, “Country Music,” makes clear that African American music is at the root of the genre. Long before Lil Nas X ..read more
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John Coltrane’s eighth studio album, Africa/Brass, was released in 1961. The tracks include “Song of the Underground Railroad ..read more
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A year ago, the Philadelphia Historical Commission rejected the nomination of the Painted Bride Art Center’s building, 230 Vine Street, ..read more
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All That Philly Jazz by Faye Anderson - 2M ago
In September, I will lead a walking tour of Green Book sites in Philadelphia. The stops include the Douglass Hotel which offered ..read more
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The International Day for the Remembrance of the Slave Trade and its Abolition was first observed in Haiti in 1998. UNESCO designated ..read more

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