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Philadelphia Inquirer Cover of Weekend Section for Philadelphia Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square
Chinese Lantern Festival in Franklin Square drew over 90,000 people to kick off the 10th Birthday Season in the Square.
CBS3’s Cherri Gregg produced a wonderful segment highlighting the pioneering work of Judith Porter who has been working with drug addicts for over 25 years to provide education and needle exchange to avoid getting HIV.
The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program created a project called “Open Source” which brought together 14 artists from around the world to create public art. The month-long outdoor exhibition and celebration was covered by Max Kutner for Newsweek.
The City of Philadelphia Mural Arts Program created a beautiful new mural, “The Sacred Now,” in honor of the September visit of Pope Francis to Philadelphia which was covered on CNN.
Natalie Pompilio from the Philadelphia Inquirer covered the new Future Storyteller program created by Historic Philadelphia, Inc. for the 10th Anniversary of their Once Upon A Nation program.
Artists from the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program worked with inmates at Graterford Prison and their children to create a mural that depicts the bond between father and child.
WHYY’s Peter Crimmins visited with teenagers from the Greater Philadelphia Cultural Alliance to hear the audio tours of museums created by teens for other teens and available for free.
Rebuilding Together Philadelphia has renovated 100 homes in the Mantua neighborhood of Philadelphia.
Check out this drop-dead gorgeous photograph of Mural Arts Program artist Ben Volta by Catherine Karnow and great short piece by Lauren McCutcheon in the upcoming issue of National Geographic Traveler.
The wonderful Syma Chowdhry from CBS3 spent all morning at the 28th Annual AIDS Walk/Run Philly 5K, and filed a terrific report.