Point Breeze: This Week In The News – “Kill a Cop Save a Life” Graffiti, Homes Recovering From Arson

Point Breeze: This Week In The News – “Kill a Cop Save a Life” Graffiti, Homes Recovering From Arson

In case you missed it, we found a few places where people were talking about things happening in Point Breeze: Vandals Spray-Paint ‘Kill a Cop’ Graffiti on Pillars in Point Breeze: Police are investigating the vandalism of three pillars at 25th and Tasker streets. The phrase “Kill a Cop Save a Life” was spray painted […]

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South Philadelphia: Community Organizations Combat Graffiti

South Philadelphia: Community Organizations Combat Graffiti

In Philadelphia, large-scale murals, art installations from internationally renowned creatives and pop-up art pieces have become standard, with South Philadelphia being no exception. South Philadelphia is known for mosaics from Isaiah Zagar and murals of local greats. Despite this, an illegal artform also finds a home in this part of the city. The scribbling and […]

 By Kayla Devon

Mayfair: Tenants Return to Community Center

Mayfair: Tenants Return to Community Center

The Northeast Community Center on Holme Avenue wasn’t empty for very long as new tenants from Lighthouse Chapel International moved in last month, but the community is still concerned with the parking and the pool. TD Bank foreclosed the property one year ago when the owners, Phoenix Horizons, Inc., filed for bankruptcy and could not […]

 Jim Sauls & Brittany Hahn

Graduate Hospital: Residents Hesitant to Decorate Due to Vandalism

Graduate Hospital: Residents Hesitant to Decorate Due to Vandalism

Everyone knows the phrase that pays this time of the year, “trick or treat.” But some people around the Graduate Hospital area have taken the “trick” part a bit too literally by destroying and stealing residents Halloween decorations. There’s nothing like getting your Halloween decorations stolen, especially after spending a lot of time and money […]