Hidden Lens: Fading Industry on the Delaware River

In this next installment of Hidden Lens, a new series showcasing the captures of local photographers, we feature the work of Betsy Manning and the final days of the Port Richmond Grain Elevator > read more

The Making (and Marketing) of the Modern Gayborhood

Contributor Kelson Northeimer takes a look at the history of the Gayborhood and its cultural transformation through lifestyle marketing and gentrification > read more

Film Center at International House Set to Expand

After 40 years of screening independent films, the theater at International House expands programming and gets a new name. Joe Brin takes a look at Lightbox Film Center > read more

Centennial Commons Puts Community Back into the Park

The gateway to West Fairmount Park is about to get a serious makeover with people and progressive public space practices as a priority. John Henry Scott reports > read more

Summoning the Spirit of a Victorian Masterpiece

Gone, but not forgotten. The Shadow channels the ghost of the Henry J. Morton Guild House, a beautiful Victorian hall designed by famed Philadelphia architects Wilson Brothers & Company > read more

Hidden Geology Bike Tour

Sat., May 20th @ 12:30PM to 4:30PM
$10 members and students/$20 general
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Our once (or twice) a year bicycle field trip exploring Philadelphia’s 500 million years of geologic history is back!

Death & Life At Mt. Moriah Cemetery

Sun., May 21th @ 11AM-1:00 PM
$15 members and students/$20 nonmembers
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Part wilderness and part sculpture-garden, this city of the dead is by turns eerie and poignant. Join Hidden City as we peel back the canopy and reveal the wonders below.

North Central Philly Lost & Found

Sat., June 3rd @ 11AM to 1PM
$14 members and students/$20 general
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North Broad mansions, the “Lion of Zion,” Temple U’s big-league plans plus a visit inside the truly remarkable Church of the Advocate.