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Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia’
The Catastrophe is the Environment Itself
The Catastrophe is the Environment Itself

“There is no ‘environmental catastrophe.’ The catastrophe is the environment itself. The environment is what’s left to man after he’s lost everything. It’s only we, the children of the final dispossession, exiles of the final hour – who come into the world in concrete cubes, pick our fruits at the supermarket, and watch for an […]

Mummer’s Day 2015
Mummer's Day 2015

Last year’s Mummer’s parade opened me up to the oldest, and probably craziest, folk festival in the United States. I have described it to friends as the Mardi Gras of the East coast. This year, I managed to get out to the afterparty over on two-street. I wanted to focus on the fun, mayhem, and the drunken […]

Mummers Parade
Mummers Parade

This year was my first time ever visiting Philadelphia and my very first #Mummers Parade which occurs every New Years day and is considered to be the oldest folk festival in the United States. Working class man spend all year sewing and stitching custom-made costumes and practicing stage performances which are later performed in the […]


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