Young champions celebrated at Eagles game

  There were four football teams on the field at Lincoln Financial Field on Saturday when the Philadelphia Eagles and the Washington Redskins fought for the NFC East title. Two local teams witnessed that game up close from field bleachers. During game breaks, the high school state champion Imhotep Panthers and Pop Warner national champion NorthwestContinue reading “Young champions celebrated at Eagles game”

Imhotep becomes first city school to nab state football title

In the frigid air a hundred miles from home, senior Mike Waters knelt along the sideline and buried his face in his white gloved-hands. Behind the star running back, a pack of bundled and blanketed fans went wild. Before him, teammates from Imhotep Institute Charter High School danced and shouted across the field the way teenageContinue reading “Imhotep becomes first city school to nab state football title”

Imhotep Panthers win city title after beating state champs (via NewsWorks)

    Check full story and gallery on WHYY’s NewsWorks.org and see the post on Facebook: BasSlabbersPhotography for much more Photos of the PIAA D12 Class AAA Quarter Final Imhotep Panthers vs. Archbishop Wood Vikings (20-14). West Oak Lane’s Imhotep Institute Charter School Panthers took the city title on Saturday after winning against the Archbishop Wood Vikings. By beatingContinue reading “Imhotep Panthers win city title after beating state champs (via NewsWorks)”

NewsWorks: An espresso bar and art gallery grows along Germantown’s Coulter Street [video]

“We want to show people who haven’t been here that, yeah, this area is rough around the edges, but it’s beautiful here. The history, the architecture, the trees, the people. We want to celebrate all of that. … It’s all individual effort, but people are really coming together in Germantown.” – Tim Walkiewicz of Coulter Street Supply Co.

Vision Thru Art class offers creative and social outlet to vision-impaired (via NewsWorks)

You can’t do anymore of the things you did. You have to learn to feel what you once saw.

— Betsy Clayton, a Vision Thru Art student