On October 26, 2010, David Auspitz, Kathy Conway, Paul Levy, Marge Schernecke, and Conrad Weiler discussed life in Queen Village during the construction of I-95.
A diverse group of neighborhood activists in the late ’60s and early ’70s stopped the Crosstown Expressway in its tracks and kept the South Street
On April 20, 2017, the Historic Gloria Dei Preservation Corporation and Queen Village Neighbors Association hosted a panel discussion called “Personal Memories of Fabric Row.”
This two and a half minute video provides insight into the City of Philadelphia’s plans to build an expressway on the South Street Corridor.
History sleuth Michael Schreiber shares the story behind his recent book, “Unsinkable Patriot: The Life and Times of Thomas Cave in Revolutionary America.” This lecture