1. Small Stories.


    from Nate Johnson / Added

    7,246 Plays / / 6 Comments

    On July, 18, 2011. The Buried Beds played a day full of music in Philadelphia's Fairmount Park at Lemon Hill Mansion. This film documents the music, the friends and the party. Directed by: Nate Johnson Buried Beds: Brandon Beaver, Tommy Bendel, Dave Hartley, Eliza Hardy Jones, Hallie Boyle Sianni Sound Recording and Mixing: Nick Krill Cameras: Ben Bloodwell, Morgan Cichewicz, Nate Johnson, Lusi Klimenko A DVD/CD package is available for sale, as well as a digital download of some of the songs at: http://www.buriedbeds.com/smallstories/

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    • Versys Commute


      from MotoTourers / Added

      60 Plays / / 1 Comment

      My typical commute to work, from King of Prussia, PA to center city Philadelphia, via I-76 and Fairmount Park (Kelly Drive).

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      • At Wed


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        The wedding of Antoinette Marie Johnson and Tyler Westnedge on 04.05.13

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        • Lace In Translation


          from Canary Promotion + Design / Added

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          The Design Center at Philadelphia University opens Lace in Translation, a new exhibition of contemporary work inspired by historic lace, on Thursday, September 24. Lace in Translation, which runs through April 3, 2010, explores the intersection of luxurious hand-craftsmanship with modern, mass production. The Design Center’s historic Quaker Lace Company collection is the inspiration for three internationally-renowned artists and designers reconsidering conventional notions of lace. European designers Tord Boontje and Demakersvan, and Canadian artist Cal Lane have created installations specifically for TDC’s unique and intimate space — a 1950s era, Hollywood-style ranch house, one of the first in Philadelphia, and situated on the edge of Fairmount Park: The Design Center at Philadelphia University 4200 Henry Avenue, Philadelphia, PA 19144 Lace in Translation has been funded by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage, through the Philadelphia Exhibitions Initiative with additional support from the Marketing Innovation Program. Additional support has also come from The Coby Foundation, LTD and the Pennsylvania Council on the Arts. For more information, please visit: http://laceintranslation.com/ Flickr Photos: http://tr.im/kEcF

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          • It Never Ends.


            from Phil Nolan / Added

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            Short Film Entry to Drexel University Senior Show 2011. http://www.imdb.com/title/tt2203821 Directed by: Clay Hereth Written and Produced by: Phil Nolan Director of Photography: Kevin Martin Starring: Michael Bee, Tom Saporito, Jay Robin, Caroline Rhoads, and Don Riggs Producer: Laurel Chadwick Production Design: Mike Hatgistavrou Costume Design: John C. Dutcher Asst. Producer: Bess Tassoulas Asst. Director: Andrew Catania DIT and Color: Chip Murphy Editor and Post Sound: Phil Nolan Soundtrack: Johnathan Baken Prod. Sound: Mike Piantadosi, Mike Stone Asst. to Camera: Devin Hassan Gaffer: Francisco Kim Key Grip: Zach Robbin Grip and Electric: Jack Collins, Gerard Nocco, Adam Rothstein Production Asst: James Hall

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            • Fairmount Park | Philadelphia Wedding | Allure Films


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              Enjoy this beautiful Philadelphia wedding, compliments of Allure Films. http://allurefilms.com/ http://www.fairmountparkconservancy.org/project/EventsattheHorticultureCenter.php

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              • sp1103Straw_Final_bus_barn


                from Philadelphia Neighborhoods / Added

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                A video about Philadelphia's only trolley depot. Built in 1901 it is still used today by SEPTA. The community would like to see it renovated and would like to help preserve its history.

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                • Philadelphia Vacation Travel Guide | Expedia


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                  Philadelphia, located between New York and Washington D.C, is considered to be the birthplace of the United States. The Constitution was debated here in Philadelphia in what is now the Independence Hall. The nearby Liberty Bell Center is home to the famous two-thousand-pound bell which became a symbol of freedom. The National Constitution Center also tells the story of 1920s prohibition. Learn more about Al Capone and other famous former inmates at the Eastern State Penitentiary. The Philadelphia Museum of Art, one of the country's largest museums, is not to be missed. At Fairmount Park, discover outdoor art on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, as well as the Smith Memorial Arch dedicated to Civil War heroes. Attractions for kids include Philadelphia Zoo, the oldest zoo in America. Meet more animals at the Academy of Natural Sciences, or enjoy fun and educational interactive displays at the Please Touch Museum. With its art, culture and heritage, it's easy to see why Philadelphia is so treasured by Americans. http://www.expedia.com/Philadelphia.d178297.Destination-Travel-Guides

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                  • Cancer Support Community


                    from Jim Harris / Added

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                    Grand Opening of the Research and Training Institute for the Cancer Support Community at the Renovated Sheep Barn in Fairmount Park on September 15, 2011. Photography by Jim Harris Studios.

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