Roxborough/Manayunk: Younger Population Can Make Positive Impact

Roxborough/Manayunk: Younger Population Can Make Positive Impact

Friday evenings in Manayunk often consist of recent college graduates preparing for a night out on Main Street. This has become the norm for the young adults who rent homes in this community and are taking advantage of the nightlife in their new neighborhood. Beginning in the mid-1990’s, college students and college graduates from the Philly area […]

 

Fashion: Five Fashion Styles You’ll Find in the City

Fashion: Five Fashion Styles You’ll Find in the City

Philadelphia is full of people with different fashion styles and inspirations. Walking through the city you can find styles that represent the Thrifty Fashionista, the Not-So-Basic Dresser, the Statement Maker, the Grungy Rocker and the Day to Night Transitioner. The Thrifty Fashionista – Jasmine Wilson (above) Wilson dresses to stand out in a crowd, but […]

 

Mantua: Gallery’s Open-Door Policy Aims to Attract Artists and Community Members

Mantua: Gallery’s Open-Door Policy Aims to Attract Artists and Community Members

“COME IN” was written on the sign in big and bold letters, inviting the public to join the festive evening created by Indigo Bleu Design Concepts to mark the second anniversary of its representation of artist Jerry Puryear. Danielle Green, owner of the business located at Spring Garden Street and Lancaster Avenue, has created a space to explore […]

 

Al Día: 5 People You Should Know

Al Día: 5 People You Should Know

Although they make up just 12 percent of Philadelphia, the city’s Latino population is not shy about making their mark on the community. These are five people within Philadelphia’s Latino community who are dedicated to making a difference. These five people are a small sampling of the noteworthy Latinos who call Philadelphia their home.   […]