Tales From David Lynch’s “Eraserhood” Tickets, Sat, Apr 26, 2020 at 1:00 PM | Eventbrite – ERASERHOOD

"Philadelphia, more than any filmmaker, influenced me. It's the sickest, most corrupt, decaying, fear-ridden city imaginable."

Sat, April 18, 2020
1:00 PM – 3:00 PM EDT

When David Lynch moved to Philadelphia in the late 1960s to attend PAFA, he discovered a city that was both terrifying and inspiring. Explore the neighborhood just blocks away from PAFA that so electrified Lynch’s imagination with two guides: Hidden City’s Peter Woodall and Lynch–and Eraserhood–aficionado, Bob Bruhin. During this one-and-a-half hour walking tour, we’ll delve into the area’s industrial history, as well as the sights and sounds that inspired Lynch’s movies, particularly

Immunity Booster Sigil – Promoting Good Health | Laura Tempest Zakroff

Immunity Sigil

With most media and government spreading more panic about the coronavirus than actual facts and proper guidance, I figured it would be a good idea to craft a sigil that can help folks who especially need to boost their immunity – and for the rest to help cut down on transmission.

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Immunity Sigil Visualization

by Mark Pemburn, High Priest, Keepers of the Holly Chalice, ASW<

Operation We Are Granny Weatherwax – Taking care of our communities during COVID-19

Granny Weatherwax

Taking care of our communities during COVID-19

If you are the kind of person who looks at times like these and thinks, “I have to DO something,” then you are a Granny Weatherwax.  Granny Weatherwax is a fictional character who epitomizes the will and wisdom to do what is needed.

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Writing Across Genres | Penn Libraries

African American Women Writers in the Joanna Banks Collection On exhibit January 13-April 10, 2020 This exhibition explores how African American women of the late twentieth century authored books across multiple genres as they explored Black cultural and intellectual traditions. Novels, poetry, cookbooks, children’s books, essays, biographies and autobiographies, music, sermons, folklore, and art were all employed for this purpose,...