West Philadelphia: Five Eclectic Coffee Shops To Fit Your Mood

West Philadelphia: Five Eclectic Coffee Shops To Fit Your Mood

West Philadelphia is blossoming as a haven for flocks of young professionals and new families who enjoy the duality of pseudo-neighborhood living paired with easy access to Center City. A few blocks west of University City and a few blocks south of Market Street, a hip and eclectic community is materializing and bringing with it […]

 By Amelia Brust and Lucas Rodgers

Spruce Hill: “Dreaming Double” Debuts at Green Line Cafe

Spruce Hill: “Dreaming Double” Debuts at Green Line Cafe

[vimeo 79845925] Green Line Café recently hosted the opening of “Dreaming Double” by photographer Katie Reynolds. The series of double exposure photographs was captured around Philadelphia. Friends came out in support to the 43rd Street and Baltimore Avenue location last Friday evening to see the collection on display. “I’d go around to places that fascinated me […]

 By Kendra Allen and Marissa Oswald

Powelton Village: Second Friday is No Worse Than First

Powelton Village: Second Friday is No Worse Than First

Most Philadelphians are escaping work and heading to happy hour around 5 p.m. on every second Friday of the month. But in Powelton Village, artists and non-artists alike are probably hitting the streets for their monthly Second Friday festival. Like First Friday celebrations that take place in neighborhoods such as Old City and Fishtown, Second […]

 By Laurie Jamaitus

Powelton Village: Green Line Cafe Stands for More Than Just Coffee

Powelton Village: Green Line Cafe Stands for More Than Just Coffee

At the corner of 36th Street and Lancaster Avenue, the Green Line Café in Powelton Village is more than just an average coffee shop.  The quiet, quaint space doubles as an art gallery, where the masterpieces of the café’s employees and local artists are displayed. It’s also a popular spot where locals go to work, […]