Havertown native and Ardmore resident Patrick Shane has started the started the political website electedface.com. Patrick graduated from the Woodlynde School in Strafford, went to The Catholic University of America in DC.
Welcome to the web, Patrick
Saints Peter and Paul Catholic Church, 100 S. Penn St., Clifton Heights is celebrating the Divine Liturgy at 5 p.m., Saturdays for the summer.
All are welcome
Saints Peter & Paul is an Easter-rite Catholic Church in communion with the Church of Rome which means attendance will fulfill a Catholic’s Sunday worship obligations.
The 11 a.m., Sunday service will resume after Labor Day.
Art For The Cash Poor in 2011
The 13th Annual InLiquid’s Art for the Cash Poor is June 9-10 at the Crane Arts Building, 1400 N. American St., Philadelphia.
Hours are noon-6 p.m. Nothing for sale will be priced higher than $199 with most of the art -- which includes photographs, paintings, prints, jewelry, ceramics and clothing -- less than $100.
The event includes food and drink local Philadelphia establishments including: Spodee, Philadelphia Brewing Company (Saturday & Sunday), Little Baby’s Ice Cream (Saturday & Sunday), Sweetbox (Sunday) and Nomad Pizza (Sunday)
Live music will be provided by Mike ‘Slo-Mo’ Brenner, The Exchange, North Lawrence Midnight Singers, Clarksville and Wali Lundi. The band lineup for Sunday is: The Really Cooks, Twisted Baby, Gringo Motel, 56 Men and The Downtown Club.
There will be a preview party on Friday, June 8 . This evening will preview the entire art weekend and feature 50 artists, beverages sponsored by Triumph Brewery and food provided by a collection of food trucks curated by The Food Trust, foundations of the popular Night Market Philadelphia. Tickets can be purchased on the InLiquid website and proceeds will benefit The Food Trust and InLiquid, which is a non-profit organization dedicated to providing opportunities and exposure for visual artists and designers, serving as a free public hub for arts information and resources, and making the visual arts more accessible to a broader audience.
The entire weekend of June 9th and 10th will feature an eclectic mix of works by individual artists being offered for sale will run the gamut from photographers, paintings, and prints to jewelry, ceramics, and clothing. Patrons will also be able to enjoy a wide selection of food from local Philadelphia establishments including: Spodee, Barefoot Wines, Philadelphia Brewing Company (Saturday & Sunday), Little Baby’s Ice Cream (Saturday & Sunday), Sweetbox (Sunday) Nomad Pizza (Sunday) and more! Along with art and food, Art for the Cash Poor also includes local Philadelphia bands playing live through out the day. On Saturday, the live music lineup is: Mike ‘Slo-Mo’ Brenner, The Exchange, North Lawrence Midnight Singers, Clarksville and Wali Lundi. The band lineup for Sunday is: The Really Cooks, Twisted Baby, Gringo Motel, 56 Men and The Downtown Club.