Nice piece in the New York Times about how to spend 36 hours in Philadelphia — of course, you, me, and Ben Franklin know that’s far too little time to spend getting to know our fair city of makers, shakers, dreamers and doers.
[pic of the Philadelphia History Museum’s Philly floor map is from their Yelp page]
One of many terrific photos of the exhibit taken by Ryan Collerd that we’ll feature on the Four Corners website … coming soon!
—Virginia Woolf on literary criticism, but we also thinks it applies to design criticism
Stars in the ceiling, stars in their eyes at the Please Touch Museum carousel.
This beauty was built in 1924 and first installed in Woodland Park (just a short distance from the Please Touch). A sixty-something Philadelphian I know told me she used to take the trolley from her house in Fishtown and wait patiently until her favorite bunny was free.