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Bob Dylan played dodgeball here, Burholme Park, circa 1963. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Fresh Prince of Bel Air Playground, from show intro, with Will Smith Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philadelphia's first purpose-built mosque: Baitul Aafiyat Mosque. Geographic Center of Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Peter Stretch's Corner at the Sign of the Dial - Philadelphia Clockmaker Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Cadillac Club, where Aretha sang, was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Rittenhouse Coffee Shop facade is saved. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Tacony Dungeon Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Lex Street Massacre was here in 2000. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Marty Graham's House of Horror Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Kermit Gosnell's House of Horrors Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
McCusker's Tavern could have been in Invincible, but declined. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Majka Clan, Bridesburg Section of Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Connie Mack Lived Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The First Automat Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pearl S. Buck's Home on Delancey Place Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Where Cheez Whiz Was First Applied to a Cheesesteak? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Where Television Was Developed Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Primo Hoagies' Original Location Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Site of an Abraham Lincoln Speech in Philadelphia; Kahn/Stonorov building. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Grave of the legendary Sister Rosetta Tharpe Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Where Mayor Frank Rizzo Grew Up Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Famous Alumni of Drexel University Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Where Gwiazda Was Published Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Korvettes Department Store on the Boulevard Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Normandy Square Mart on Roosevelt Boulevard Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Unicorn Killer Ira Einhorn's Apartment Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Where Northeast High, the classic documentary, was filmed Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Hot Club, Philadelphia, World's Greatest Music Venue Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Cogslea, Violet Oakley's Estate Along the Cresheim Creek Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Illustrator Jesse Wilcox Smith's Residence Pennsylvania Philadelphia
World's Best Pecan Pie (and Iggy Pop Played Here) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Home of the Legendary Sister Rosetta Tharpe Pennsylvania Philadelphia
A Diner Where Presidents Have Eaten Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Rendez-Vous Room - Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Trauma - Philadelphia Rock Club in the 60s Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Firefly Sculpture, as seen from I-95 near Philly airport Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pennsylvania Institution for the Deaf and Dumb Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Clash at the Walnut Street Theater; also, Lincoln Assassin's Bros. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
St. Charles Hotel Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Shane Candies and Robert Aitken Print Shop Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Original Sony Walkman Was First Sold Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bredenbeck's in Chestnut Hill - Elton John and Bon Jovi Were Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
P.T. Barnum Museum Pennsylvania Philadelphia
John Coltrane's House in Strawberry Mansion Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Royal Theater on South Street, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Michael Jackson Performed Here (and many others!) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Beck's Cajun Cafe - Booth 938, Reading Terminal Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Limitless with Bradley Cooper and Robert DeNiro was shot here (and Yellin ironwork) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Oldest Barber Shop in USA Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Corn Exchange National Bank Building Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Henry J. Magaziner Helped Preserve These Houses Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Convent of Divine Love (cloister) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First Chinese Church in Western Hemishpere Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Crispus Attucks Hotel Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Baked Cookies for Deion Sanders in Super Bowl Ad Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Phillies' Pitcher Cliff Lee Lives Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Jerry Blavat Once Lived Here; Warhol Filmed Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Where Ben Franklin Flew His Electric Kite? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Henry Van Beil liquor and cigar shop Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Charles Bukowski Drank Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Nabisco Plant Where Charles Bukowski Worked Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Solomon Burke's Grade School Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Snow White Luncheonette Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Police Concert at Liberty Bell Racetrack Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Police Concert at Liberty Bell Racetrack Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Big Stars Recorded at the Warehouse Recording Studio Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Rock Around the Clock co-writer lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Basco / Best Products - World's Largest Sign Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Prohibition Era Speakeasy Near Rittenhouse Square Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Quarry on Knights Road, Philadelphia, PA Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Rocky Balboa's Run on 9th Street, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Frank N. Piasecki's Original Business Site Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Frank N. Piasecki's Grade School Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Fallout Shelter in Philly School Pennsylvania Philadelphia
30th Street Post Office - Second Sub-basement Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Film Shot at Campbell's Place, Chestnut Hill Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Princess Grace at Tavern in Chestnut Hill Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Drummer / Planet published here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Site of an early show by The Police - Grendel's Lair Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Breakfast at Hawthornes Cafe Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First Home of Philadelphia Toboggan Company Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Home of Sun Ra and His Arkestra Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Sigma Sound (Bowie recorded; Springsteen visited him.) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
David Bowie Stayed Here; Abscam Sting Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Where Springsteen got off the bus on his way to meet Bowie. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Original Location - Academy of Natural Sciences Pennsylvania Philadelphia
19th Century Publishing/ Mfg. on Dock Street, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Joan of Arc Statue visited by Patti Smith Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Former Site of Sheperd of the Lambs Orphanage Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Site of Francis Perot's Sons Brewery & Malt House Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Kaleidoscope (psychedelic night club) in Manayunk, late 60s Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Trough under the bar, U.S. Hotel Bar & Grill, Manayunk Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Vanna Venturi House, Robert Venturi's First Commission Pennsylvania Philadelphia
House Designed by PSFS Building Architect Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philly Home of Dick Clark's American Bandstand Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Porch at 30th Street Station, a Pop-Up Park Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Train Station looks like a train engine. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Train Station Resembles a Train Engine Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Best Italian Water Ice Ever? Find It Here In South Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Little Baby's Ice Cream (made in Kensington section, Philadelphia, sold only in a So. Philly store) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Accordion Store Was Here in the 1940s Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ice Skates Sharpened While You Wait (1940s) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Flaxeen for Coughs (1940s) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Hop Angel Brauhaus - a very old building Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ramsay's Oyster House was here (1940s) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
A. Kupchunas Bicycles was here (1940s) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Le Compte's Oyster House (1940s) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Terrence Howard Eats Here (Fairmount Park) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philles Records Pressed Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
100-Year-Old Oyster House in Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Supermarket Used to be a Bowling Alley (West Philly) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Spirit of Enterprise - Most Unusal Public Sculpture in Philly? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Dock Street was once Dock Creek. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Cliff Lee's Condo Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Colin Farrell at Barclay Prime Pennsylvania Philadelphia
James and Dolley Madison Lived Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Inquirer headquarters in 1860s Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Site of German Summer Theater Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Brick House Here in 1862 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Barcade, for Vintage Video Games Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Record Store Here (1950s?) - Mayfair Radio Service Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ignacy Podgorski Music Store was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Joseph Krygier Music Store Here (1940s?) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Artisan Townhouses - designed by architect David Amburn Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Joe Frazier's Gym Needs Preservation Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ward's Folly - 1960's Clothing Store Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Little Pete's - Todd Rundgren Likes to Eat Here [& Site of Early Gay Protest] Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Best Korean Soft Tofu Stew/Soup/Casserole Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First Lee's Hoagies - Now Closed Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Original Drafts and Copies of U.S. Constitution Stored Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
PYT- Tony Danza eats here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Tony Danza has a place here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Forbidden Drive Really Does Forbid (Fairmount Park, Philadelphia) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Jimi Hendrix at Old Temple Stadium Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Billy Penn's Hat Again Highest Point in Philly? - Yes! Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Stars - Second and Bainbridge, had some top acts appear. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Babe Ruth played for a church team here - Kensington Neighborhood, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bunting House, Philadelphia, Needs to be saved. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Babe Ruth Hit A Home Run To Here, Out of Shibe Park Pennsylvania Philadelphia
2 Popes Visited Here - Cardinal's Mansion Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Stanley Blacker Factory Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Trolley Factory was here, in West Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Metropolitan Opera House - Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pennypack Creek Bridge - Oldest Stone Arch Bridge in U.S. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Grace Kelly's Home - East Falls Section of Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
St. Bridget's - Catholic Church of Grace Kelly and Connie Mack Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Old Academy Players - Grace Kelly, Robert Prosky, started here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Boies Big Grizzly Penrose grew up here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Photo of Mr. Good Deals Tools, Phila., in NY Times Magazine Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Old Haunted Nursing School at Temple/Episcopal in Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
AHM Hobby Company was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pharmacy here in the 1930s, Bridesburg section of Philly. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mehano Trains Headquartered Here? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Great grain elevator explosion was here - West Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Christmas lights from Silver Linings Playbook movie (& first rowhouses in America). Pennsylvania Philadelphia
John Waters Had Pink Flamingos Premier Party Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Me and Mrs. Jones lyrics originated here, Boot's Stage Door. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bye Bye Miss American Pie first performed here (?). Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Martin Luther King Jr. Spoke Here - SJU Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Carpet Cult from Seinfeld was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Officer Dolan murdered here - 1933 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Officer slain in 1933 had lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Crawley Wood Shop, circa 1950 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Barnes Foundation - Travesty of Justice Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Dr. Charles A. Tindley's Church - grew up in slave family. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
W.C. Fields lived here in the 1880s. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Frederick Douglass Memorial Hospital was here. (Gertrude Bustill) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
W.C. Fields lived here circa 1882. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Father of W.C. Fields worked here when it was a bar. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Do No Harm T.V. show shot here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Building appears in Do No Harm television show. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Landmark Pizza Place Mentioned on Do No Harm TV Show Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Alana de la Garza likes to eat here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Hat factory was here - Cafe Lift Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Troc - Olde Time Burlesque House - Now Rock Pennsylvania Philadelphia
PNB Bell Rings Out Over Center City Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Best Sandwich in America - DiNic's in Reading Terminal Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Nettie's Food Market Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Roundhouse - Philadelphia, PA - A Brutalist Building Pennsylvania Philadelphia
World's Best French Toast? -Sabrina's Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Wynne Ballroom (Phila.) needs preservation. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Rocky II (movie) home for sale. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Hidden Potters Field in Philly's Germantown Section Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Chink's Steaks changes name to Joe's Steaks & Soda Shop. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Quaker City Dye Works Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Isaac Asimov had lived here (West Philly). Pennsylvania Philadelphia
SPOT: Best Hamburger (Food Truck) in Philadelphia? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
News Reel Laboratory was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
African-American Church's Burial Ground Under This Playground Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Best Blue Claw Crabs in Philadelphia? - The Crab Shack Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Rocker Kurt Vile Once Worked Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Charles Bukowski lived here (in his Philly days). Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Famed Pianist, Lang Lang, Studied Here (Philadelphia) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
King Crimson / Todd Rundgren Concert Was Here, 1973 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Largest Parochial School in the World Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
St. Michael's: Know-Nothing Riots Were Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mural of Julius Irving, Dr. J, on the wall of this property. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First Commercial Computer Designed Here: Eckert-Mauchly Company Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Louis Kahn designed house in Chestnut Hill section of Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Famed Architect Louis Kahn Lived Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
John Lennon, Martin Luther King Jr., in this Philly basement. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
South Philly's Engine 46 Firehouse to be Demolished? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Huge Civil War Hospital in West Philly - Satterlee Hospital Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Postcards of Bridesburg Originated Here - Sliker Studio Pennsylvania Philadelphia
A Peek at 19th Century Working Class Living in Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
G. A. Dentzell Carousel Works Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
DJ Jazzy Jeff eats here; birthplace of the chicken cheesesteak. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Octavius V. Catto was assassinated here, 1871. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Headquarters of Pythian (African American) Baseball Club Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Questlove designed milk shake at PYT Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Port Richmond Books building was once a silent movie theater. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Jack Frost Sugar Refinery was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Wilbur Chocolate Factory Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Wilbur Chocolate Factory was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Wilbur Chocolate Factory was here, too. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Sugar House Sugar Refinery was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Stiffel Senior Center in South Philly certified as historically important. Eddie Fisher started here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Weinrich Bakery was here in the 60s. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bill Clinton ate at this soul food diner in West Philly. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Virgin Mary vision reported in West Philly at this site. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Industrialist F. Otto Haas (Rohm & Haas) Lived Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Betty Boop House, Northwest Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Cameo-Parkway Records was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bob Dylan's First Philadelphia Appearance Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Tasty Baking Company had its warehouse here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philly's Chinatown Started Here Circa 1870 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Artists Clibanoff and Upin Mural Behind This Home Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Man jumped out 19th story restaurant window. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Florence Henderson Sought Spiritual Refuge in This Church When JFK Died Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Man Full of Trouble Tavern, built in 1759, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
President Obama frequents this West Mount Airy home. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ray's Happy Birthday Bar turns 75. Low Cut Connie Video Shot Here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
West Philly Warehouse Vacant for Over 50 Years to Become Apartments Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Cemetery on Site of William Dick Elementary School, Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mandela Mural In Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Aquarama was here in the 1960s, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
1801 Walnut St. Mansion, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Toymaker Albert Schoenhut worked here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Toymaker Albert Schoenhut lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
A. Schoenhut Co. (toymaker) was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philly's Squirrels Originated Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Legendary Basketball Star Tom Gola Grew Up Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pete Seeger performed at University City High School, Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Oldest Law Firm in the United States Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Robert Morris Skaler, Philly historian / forensic-architect / postcard collector, grew up here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Historic (black history) YMCA; Wilt Chamberlain played here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Actress Melissa Fitzgerald grew up here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Carlton Academy in Stealing Home movie was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Diner in Stealing Home Movie Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Stealing Home movie was shot at this home. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philly Train Station in Stealing Home Movie Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Most Haunted Home in America Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Boxing Arena in Rocky V Film in Danger of Demolition; Deemed Best Boxing Venue in the World Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philly's First Steel-framed Structure Pennsylvania Philadelphia
19th Century Hosiery Mill Was Here - Philadlephia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Traffic & Spot Lights Once on Philly City Hall Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Patient died waiting in ER here, then had watch snatched. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Victor Record Shop was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Nirvana, many others, played this small Philly bar. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Daryl Hall of Hall & Oates Lived Here in 1969 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Where Daryl Hall & John Oates Met Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Inventor Walter Golaski's Workshop Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Nathan Muchnick's, a stereo store, was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Downbeat Jazz Club was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Once the World's Greatest Record Store - Third Street Jazz Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Radio Station was at Wanamaker's. News of the Titanic. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Oyster House offers classic fried oysters with chicken salad. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
St. John Paul II visited here - Port Richmond, Philadelphia. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Both shot Milwaukee video here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Tombstone Beach - in Bridesburg section of Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Creator of LCDs went to this high school. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Baseballs dropped from top of Philly City Hall in Phillies' Promo, 5/10/39. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Parker the Flower Shop Dog's Flower Shop Pennsylvania Philadelphia
McCallum Street Bridge, between Chestnut Hill (19118) & Mt. Airy (19119) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Flomar Building, K&A area, Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Funeral for a Home Home Pennsylvania Philadelphia
High School of Bassist Tony Marsico Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Police HQ Designed by Architect James G. Winkler Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Why the Constitution Center's Address Is 525 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Nickels Hall was here in early 20th Century. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First solo museum show of Andy Warhol artwork was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Tallest Building in the Colonies, 1754-1810: Christ Church Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Red Doors of this Apartment House Were in The Sixth Sense Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ideal Florist, Bridesburg, was once here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Edgemont Theater was once here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Execution by Birdman here on June 19, 1964 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
NFL's Shady McCoy Tip Controversy - 20 cent tip left Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Conkling-Armstrong House - Terra-cotta-rama Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Secret spaces inside Ben Franklin Bridge Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Sculptural Passageway of Rohm & Haas Headquarters Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Old Philly Street Gang, Tenderlines, would meet here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Screenwriter Michael Goldberg Grew Up Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
John Coltrane recorded live at Temple University. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bryan Ferry album named after Duchamp painting, now here. David Bowie visited here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Original Latin Casino was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Haunted Building in Center City, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Louis Armstrong played at this Philly Club. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Frank Sinatra got married in this home. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Louis Armstrong played Click Club in Philly; Longest Bar Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Cool non-hipster record store in Northeast Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Embassy Club, Philly (& Cassatt Family) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Valley Forge Beer was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Open Door Cafe was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Shangri-La nightclub was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Best Hamburger in Philly? (Anywhere?) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Real Life God's Pocket Incident Was Here, in The Devil's Pocket Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pastor of Philly Church Was Nazi Saboteur Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mary/Little Lamb author, who was also Thanksgiving founder, lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Jonathan Papelbon lives here. (Cliff Lee, too.) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Little Ty who wrote graffiti in Vietnam era lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philadelphia's First Skyscraper Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Site of Teddy Pendergrass Auto Accident Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Second Fret Coffeehouse was here - Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Singer Sam Cooke visited this Mt. Airy, Philly, home. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Springsteen, Joel & Manilow met here, 11/25/74 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bill Haley bought cowboy outfit here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Rodeo Ben store was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Otis Redding, James Brown, played at this club - Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mural on Fresh Prince Album Pennsylvania Philadelphia
PFCU Building - A Modernist Gem Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Swan Records was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ring Around the Rosie Rag is about an arrest of Arlo Guthrie in this park. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Elvis played (and was egged) here. Hendrix played here, too. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The original Electric Factory was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
High School Where The Stylistics Formed Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Dylan, Doors, at Philadelphia's Town Hall; Ray Charles Arrested Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Record Company for the Delfonics was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Church where Patti LaBelle grew up singing. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Studio Four, Ruffhouse Records, had been here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
You can't get to heaven, on the Frankford El ... Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Harrison Ford filmed in front of this building; Second Story disco was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Frankenfish in this Philly Pond Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Albany Insurance Co. of NY was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Alliance Insurance Co. was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
American Fire Insurance Company was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
American Insurance Co. of Newark, NJ, was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
American Union Fire Insurance Co. was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Atlantic Casualty Company was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Atlantic Mutual was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Birmingham Fire Ins. Co. of PA was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Camden Fire Insurance Association was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Barbecue Barn was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
David Carroll's Artemis was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Starlite Ballroom was here (Kensington, Philly) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Omni's (musical night club) was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Alpha Studio & Philly World Records were here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The 2nd of Autumn (Philly) rock club was here. (Velvets performed here.) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Boot & Saddle bar - story behind giant boot sign. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Apartment building was once a coal shed. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Society Hill house rented out for $1 a month? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Home of Wonder Years (band) front man. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Rock legend Charlie Gracie recorded here: Reco-Art Sound Recording Co. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Banca D'Italia was here (South Philly). Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Banca Calabrese was here - South Philly. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Banca D'Italia (second site) was here - South Philly. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Chubby Checker grew up here - So. Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Chubby Checker's Elementary School Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Wave-wall building by Victor Gruen Pennsylvania Philadelphia
1956 Film Poster Painted on Wall Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Stained Glass Window in Rear of CVS, Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Best tube amp stereo repair- Delaware Valley Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Katie Crutchfield was interviewed here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pvt. Franklin Hill, Civil War soldier, lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Astrud Gilberto lives here (?). Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Lincoln print produced here in 1865. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Drexel Camera Club met here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Lantern & Lens Gild was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Lantern & Lens Gild of Women Photographers met here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Ball House , PoMo Example, Is Here (Michael Graves Design) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Slow-Mo song mentions this corner. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Abbotts Dairy was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
PSFS Sign needs preservation. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Corinthian Columns in rear of Safian & Rudolph Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Aria Health - Torresdale, Haunted? St. Katherine Drexel Property Pennsylvania Philadelphia
TGI Fridays Where Allen Iverson Played Monopoly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Library existed before Free Library of Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
George Nakashima Studio Stored Wood Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bakery opened July 7, 1930, still owned by same family. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Last Cobblestone Street in Philadelphia in Danger Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Hale Building - Architectural Oddity Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Declaration of Independence Written Here, Where Tom Thumb Hot Dogs Stood Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Door tells history of advertising profession. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Hall & Oates Had First Show Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Concrete Megalith at Penn's Landing Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ask This Old House visited here - Manayunk Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Woolworth's was here, great place to buy records. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
State Theater was here - West Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
School of Mary Anna Longstreth was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Elks Center : Rich in African American, Jazz, Punk Rock History Pennsylvania Philadelphia
This hip diner is at heart a 1963 Fodero. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Wally's Cafe, famous for snapper soup, was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Vintage Motorcycle Shop Has Helicopter Hanging From Ceiling Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Round bank built in 1968 - South Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Scott & Grauer, World's Largest Beer Distributorship, Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First Major African-American Office Building in Philly Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Was First Urban Outfitters Here? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First Urban Outfitters Store, Arguably Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Casani Candy was here, circa 1903 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Hershey Candy was here, early 20th Century Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Club Zoe was here, Winter 1981 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Clash stayed here in 1979! Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Classic Building on (what was) Philly's Automobiles Row Pennsylvania Philadelphia
White Stripes, John Legend, Played Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Sarah Stolfa's The Regulars Photo Series Shot Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bono of U2 had his first U.S. TV interview here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First Pep Boys Store was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Leary's Bookstore was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Home of Free African James Oronoko Dexter was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
American Trust Co. Building, Built in 1880s Pennsylvania Philadelphia
M. Fithian, Publisher, was here in the 1800s. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Real World Philadelphia Site in 2004 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Kennel Club, Rainbows, The Loft, were here, Philadelphia Night Clubs Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Cy's Penn Luncheonette was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pep Boys statues wore Inquirer strikers signs in prank here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philadelphia's last wooden street. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philly Mayor Jim Kenney grew up here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
One of David Bowie's Sigma Kids Owns This Tavern Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Art Deco Building by Ritter & Shay, Built in 1927. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Wild Bill Guarnere Lived Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Hillary Clinton had meeting at this church. [Second oldest black church in U.S. Longest held real estate by African Americans.] Pennsylvania Philadelphia
This charcuterie, famous for its ham sammy, was once an auto chop shop. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Julian Abele designed Rocky Steps . Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Site of LeSean McCoy Bar Brawl Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mobster Angelo Bruno lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mobster Anthony Pollina lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mobster Angelo Bruno ate his last meal here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ish Smith loves the crab gravy pasta here - Stogey's Joe's Tavern Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Best Philly Combo? (Hot Dog with Crab Cake) - Johnny's Hots Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Site of 1887 Murder - Hannah Mary Tabbs Story Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Streamline Moderne Style - Bernicker Motors Building Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Painter Thomas Eakins was born here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Octavius V. Catto lived in a home on this site. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philly Taco starts here - first half. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philly Taco starts here - second half. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Dox Thrash, Samuel J. Brown Jr., had a studio here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Nathan Ackison was murdered here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Author Agnes Repplier lived here? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Northeast Regional Library (Phila.), Heroic Style Building Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Vertical Chateau on Chestnut Street, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Judge Edmund Spaeth Lived Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Former President Bill Clinton Spoke Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Only Doubleheader in Pro Basketball History Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Last Piano Store on Piano Row in Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Coca-Cola Bottling Plant Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
African American Defied Custom, Attempted to Board Trolley Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Strung Out (band) had gear stolen here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Satellite District, Luce, had band gear stolen here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mae, Kill Hannah, Lyle Riabko, and Easily Amused had band gear stolen here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Two Gallants had band gear stolen here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bobby Darren, Lou Cioci lived here. Bobby Rydell, next door. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The Big Store (1998), Comcast commercial, were filmed here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Herbach & Rademan (& Liberty Bell) was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Horn & Hardart Building by Wm. Steele & Sons Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Charlie Gracie Played Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Michael Jackson, other celebs, had hair cut here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pub Tiki was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Address appears in G. Love and Special Sauce Song Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Tahiti Bar, subject of strip club court case, was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Eric Clapton bought blues great Skip James the home here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ott Camera building designed to look like ... a camera. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
SpOt - the best cheesesteaks in Philly? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Allied Chemical - Bridesburg Plant was once covered in a building. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Lovers' Clock in Center City Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The notorious Ed Uncle Eddie Savitz lived in this building. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Apartment building used to be a parking garage. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Buddy Ryan ate lunch here on Tuesdays. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Marah sings about this bridge from Philadlephia, PA, to Gloucester City, NJ. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Fresh Prince album cover shot here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Craft Beer Pub in Manayunk Used to Be a Biker Bar Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Racial Divide at 1948 Democratic Convention Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First RNC was here in 1856. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
1872 RNC Here; Age of Innocence Scenes Filmed Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Did the hoagie originate here? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
South Street appears in Orlons' and Dovells' songs. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Amos Lee bartended here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Amos Lee was born here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Amos Lee taught grade school here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Old Jail Once Occupied Suit Corner Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Fays Theater (a Jim Crow theater), in West Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Jazz Greats Brubeck, Parker and Prysock Lived Here (& Bob Perkins) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Guild House (postmodern masterpiece) - look for the fake antenna. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Our Lady of Loreto - Church with Cross Like a Radar Antenna Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Rocky's Home in Rocky I Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Red Coach Grill was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Allen Iverson liked this strip club when it was Club Wizzards Pennsylvania Philadelphia
David Lynch the filmmaker lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Kevin Bacon lived here. (And Michael and Edmund Bacon) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
W.C. Fields lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Noam Chomsky lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Noam Chomsky had lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Noam Chomsky resided here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Noam Chomsky had resided here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Stevie Wonder played here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Oldest Black Church in U.S. started here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Todd Rundgren's Nazz Practiced Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
A.V. Barkley Funeral Home, Photographed by John W. Mosley Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Warhol, EPI, Velvets appeared here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Andy Warhol's Superstars Filmed Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Esslinger's Brewery (Plant #1) was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Esslinger's Brewery started here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Disc jockey Pierre Robert once worked here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Duke Ellington and Cootie Williams Photographed Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
S. Kind & Co. Jewelers was here for many years. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
S. Kind & Co. Jewelers was here in late 1800s. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
YWCA was here in 1892. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Mobster Scarfo worked here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Tennis Great Bill Tilden's Home Court Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Frank Zappa had dinner here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First televised sports interview took place here. It was of Connie Mack. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
What was oldest black-owned business in Philly was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Former Oldest Black-Owned Business in Philly Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Frank Sinatra & Ava Gardner Got Marriage License Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Santore Library, a nice couch of modern meets classical architecture. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Both Sides Now was written here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Man Ray was born here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Did Charles Bukowski live here? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Charles Bukowski worked in warehouse here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Charles Bukowski lived here a short time. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Charles Bukowski lived here April 1947. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Richie Allen owned a store here, Richie Allen's Dugout. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Dick Allen the baseball player lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Baseball Slugger Dick Allen in Bar Fight Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Jackson Browne bought corned beef sandwich here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Boy in the Box Discovery Site Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Discoverer of Boy in the Box had lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
The blue cap from the Boy in the Box crime mystery was made here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Inspiration for William Penn Academy on The Goldbergs Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Old Factory Has Clocktower and Weathervane Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Magdalen Society: home to reform prostitutes, was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Ron Gallo song inspired by this corner. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
American Illustration Art Was Born Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bernstein & Kaufman (and Dog Woman) was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Disappearances from Abilene's Blues Bar Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Old-Timey Irish-American Bar Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Poth's Beer was made here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pet store in Rocky was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Marriage proposal accepted at Billy goat statue. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
First NFL Draft Was Here, 1936 Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Love-Nest Shooting was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
NFL Headquarters Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
NFL Headquarters Was Here A Short Time Pennsylvania Philadelphia
(Boxer) Lew Tendler's Restaurant was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
World's Largest Printing Co. Was Once Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Home designed by George W. Carson Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Home designed by U.S. Capitol dome architect Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Gansta Rap originated here (via Schoolly D) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Pearl Bailey was a waitress at a jazz club here (has mural). Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Slaves Sold Here, Center City, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Roots' Members Used to Perform on Street Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Painter/Composer Samuel Felsted's Parents Were Married Here (1741) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Taylor Swift's great-great-grandfather lived here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Entertainment Greats Appeared at Rendezvous Room When It Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bruce Willis sipped a San Remo here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bruce Willis ate a steak at the bar here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Cameo-Parkway Records started in basement here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Truly Warner, the largest hat store in the world, was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Motorcycle speed record set approx. here on an Ace, 1923. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Don Lemon was racially profiled at Tower Records here, said lawsuit. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Almo Radio Company was here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Building Decorated with Conkling-Armstrong Terra-Cotta Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Leopold Stokowski commissioned this home. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Water Buffalo, an allegedly racial incident, occurred here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Platters Ltd. Record Store Was Here (Dead Boys Appeared) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Cheech & Chong/Muddy Waters concert at swim club here. (And Ike & Tina, others.) Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Head Cheese Single Jungle Jam Refers to This Place Pennsylvania Philadelphia
County Style Mansion Near Center City, Philadelphia Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Former Bank Building Modeled After 15th Century Italian Mansion Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Courtroom used in Philadelphia movie. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Gorgeous Art Deco Castle in Callowhill Neighborhood Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Human blood was used in war protest here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Bill Cosby played drums with jazz band here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
New Apartment Tower Being Built on Top of Philly's Oldest African American Cemetery? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Architect Louis Sullivan Inspired by this Philly Building Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Never-used subway station below this intersection? Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Vacant modernist building won medal in 1954 for design. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Philadelphia's First Free Lending Library Was Here Pennsylvania Philadelphia
Couple became engaged in middle of Chestnut Hill intersection. Pennsylvania Philadelphia
WIBG aka WIBBAGE broadcasted from here. Pennsylvania Philadelphia