Ben Franklin’s Birthday Celebration at Noble!
I was late for this year’s University of Pennsylvania’s celebration at Noble because I was out looking for that Ring Flash for Pam Anderson. I did arrive for the tail end and caught a few pictures. So I will go out and cover the good folks of the Penn Alumni again soon.
Here’s my buddy Andrew Rosenthal saying a few words to the group that was gathered.
Renowned Penn historian of modern American culture and chair of the History Department Dr. Kathy Peiss will lead an informative discussion on urban nightlife in the era of World War I and the Jazz Age, a time when dancing was all the rage, alcohol became illegal, mores loosened, and a new youth culture emerged.
Noble, 2025 Sansom Street
Join the Penn Club of Philadelphia for a tour of the Love Letter Project consisting of 50 rooftop murals from 45th to 63rd streets along the Market Street corridor. We’ll hop the El to view the murals and then go for a casual brunch (pay your own) afterwards at Marathon on Broad and Chestnut streets. 2/20/2010 Cost: Members: $17/ Non Members $20
Mural Arts tour guide Jim Carroll says to bring a camera for the special view of the skyline from the top of the 52rd street SEPTA stop. Jason Duran and Casey Anderson with Happier Founder Andrew Rosenthal & Elise Gilbert and friends. Missing Matt Carter off being discovered somewhere.