The first legal theatrical performance in Philadelphia was boycotted … south of the city, live theater flourished.
Before public schools were established, charities organized schools for the poor.
Lovers of history will enjoy these suggestions for daytrips and weekend getaways.
After the 1854 Act of Consolidation, the streets of South Philadelphia were remapped and rezoned.
A new proposal aims to revitalize Headhouse Plaza, the former location of Philadelphia’s New Market.
Queen Village has a long history of public art, galleries and studios that contribute to the creative economy.
Greening, educational and enrichment programs that help make our public schools exceptional.
Outdoor dining, green spaces, and other fun ideas for enjoying Philadelphia in the summer.
Preserving a graveyard and a historic home in Philadelphia’s oldest neighborhood.
As fabric stores close on 4th Street, Queen Village contemplates a new plan for this commercial corridor.
Discarding responsibly, donating and recycling used items, creating a tree canopy and beautify our streets.
William Spafford was a slave trader and merchant who built a mansion on Front Street.