Queen Village has a long history of fashion including a textile hub which once occupied 4th Street.
This video provides insight into the City of Philadelphia’s plans to build an expressway on the South Street Corridor.
Inclusive communities have thrived in Queen Village despite differences in religious beliefs.
The first legal theatrical performance in Philadelphia was boycotted … south of the city, live theater flourished.
History sleuth Michael Schreiber shares the story behind his recent book, “Unsinkable Patriot.”
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.
There’s much more to this deceptively simple, skyscraper with the famous neon sign than meets the eye. It’s timeless!
A new proposal aims to revitalize Headhouse Plaza, the former location of Philadelphia’s New Market.
Books, prints, periodicals, photos or ephemera from Colonial America through the 19th century.
Queen Village has a long history of public art, galleries and studios that contribute to the creative economy.