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Mural Arts Philadelphia has embarked on a groundbreaking new program putting economically insecure individuals to work creating public art.
Fairmount Park Conservancy and Philadelphia Parks & Recreation with FCM Hospitality launch the 2019 Parks on Tap season.
The Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival returns to Franklin Square, and the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Grace Dickenson goes behind the scenes.
Cari Feiler Bender was selected by the Philadelphia Public Relations Association to represent the field at the annual Philly Ad Club Women in Advertising event.
Vittoria Woodill has fun with s’mores and more at the Franklin Square Holiday Festival and Electrical Spectacle Holiday Light Show.
Mashable: Fairmount Park Conservancy has fun with a Cheese Gritty to promote Historic Houses of Fairmount Park Very Philly Christmas
Wondering when and how you’ll be able to pay your respects to this manifestation of pure good? Cheese Gritty will be available for public viewings come Sunday at the Lemon Hill Mansion in Philadelphia as a part of the Historic Houses of Fairmount Park’s four day “Very Philly Christmas” event.
Franklin Square’s fountain is getting a serious makeover, including its very own choreographed show, complete with lively music, LED lights, and dancing streams of water, to debut next summer.
The Wall Street Journal spent several days in Kensington, including working with Prevention Point to understand the opioid crisis in Philadelphia
Jennaphr Frederick and Amy Needle chat about the fun to be had at the Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square
Mural Arts Philadelphia and the prestigious Barnes Foundation are collaborating on a series of projects with Mural Arts’ Restorative Justice program.