The City of Brotherly Love

“I see far stronger and more charismatic personalities strolling around Philadelphia’s neighborhoods than are being featured in most of today’s bland daytime soaps.” ― Camille Paglia

It would be easy to walk past this clock embedded in the sidewalk at the intersection of 17th and Walnut Streets in the downtown area, but its one of the many reasons to love Philadelphia, a city which honors its rich history, celebrates the contemporary, and openly embraces quirkiness and individuality.  As a result of a recent trip, the page devoted to the City of Brotherly Love has been updated with additional content, links to local bars and restaurants, and photography.

© David-Kevin Bryant
© David-Kevin Bryant

I would imagine that late at night, and strolling this neighborhood, heart attacks by slightly inebriated people must be fairly common.

© David-Kevin Bryant

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