What Happens in Philly When The Sun Goes Down!?!?

Who We Are My Name is Vladislav Solomakhin. Before having ever visited Philadelphia I talked with a girl who summed up her trip to Philly as getting catcalled on the streets and waiting in a long line to see a bell. I became a Journalism major at Temple University in 2015. After having lived in... Continue Reading →

Philadelphia has a couple of green spaces that anyone can visit to escape from the city

You can escape from constant car horns, cement buildings, and noisy restaurants without leaving the city. Philadelphia has a few parks and green spaces that can be your oasis. Collins Park and the green roof at the Free Library of Philadelphia are two places that are in Center City Philadelphia, and they are very easily... Continue Reading →

Philadelphia’s Rebuild program is trying to increase diversity and set a precedent

Philadelphia’s $500 million Rebuild program could produce a practice that increases the investment in businesses owned by minorities, women or businesses owned by people with disabilities. The project aims to improve facilities at parks, libraries and recreation centers around the city. At a community informational meeting yesterday at Martin Luther King Recreation Center, Rebuild leaders... Continue Reading →

Women Disc Golf is Growing in Fairmount Park.

  https://youtu.be/vEYMXbIFqGE https://www.discgolf.com/disc-golf-education-development/disc-golf-course-design/disc-golf-course-design-economic-summary/ Ann Reese is a female disc golfer who plays frequently at Sedgley Woods disc golfing Course in Fairmount Park. disc golf is played like regular golf but with a disc. Players use a flying disc instead of a golf ball.  There are five different types of discs. Each disc is used for... Continue Reading →

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