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|What||The Design Advocacy Group hosts Paul Steinke, former Reading Terminal Market manager and new director of the Philly Preservation Alliance, to talk about the state of things today and where to go from here. (Of note: Bart Blatstein was supposed to speak, but apparently cancelled.)|
|Where||Center for Architecture + Design at 1218 Arch St. 19107|
|When||June 2, 2016 at 8:00 am|
Assembly, Martha, Jaxon, Suga, Cinder, Aldine, Dizengoff, Parc, Vedge, Osteria, Southwark, Amada, Coeur, Biga, Zahav, Root…
|What||The org that brought Philly its first pop-up beer garden is back with two locations. This one opens first, with food and drink from Khyber Pass Pub. New this year: sign up as a member in advance instead of at the door.|
|Where||PHS Pop-Up Garden South Street at 15th & South streets|
|When||June 1, 2016 at 5:30 pm|
|How much||Pay as you go|
May 2016 was one of the coldest and wettest in years, leading to less-than-robust crowds at the waterside pop-up.