“I wanted them to add this ‘South Philadelphia,’” Andrew Lukov, the principal of Southwark School, 1835 S. Ninth St., said when holding open a mock-up of the new and improved welcome signage that now greets students and parents at the entrance of the K-8 building in East Passyunk Crossing
At about noon on Sept. 4, a few hundred Philadelphians marched down North Broad Street from a McDonald’s on Girard Avenue to another franchise at Broad and Arch streets, just north of City Hall. Past the burgeoning North Broad dining district, past a Dunkin Donuts, the School District of Philadelphia headquarters and Benjamin Franklin High School, they marched and shouted for a fairer pay wage and action from their employers to improve their lives.
It was 2011 when Michael Sanguinetti paid what he believed to be a routine visit to York University’s Osgood Hall Law School in Toronto to talk about safety.
The number one question that South Philly Food Co-Op representatives and member-owners get is ‘When will it be here?’