Facing south on 9th Street, the market is the largest and oldest working open air market in the United States.
“They worked at a store across the street and the guy made them work New Years Day,” says Samantha as she cuts a piece of the finest pecorino I’ve ever had, drizzles it with a syrupy, reduced balsamic vinegar and hands it over. “The brothers said, “Next year we’re not working on New Years,” and so Di Bruno Bros was born.” (The rest of the story can be found on Di Bruno’s website). Since its founding… Read More
If you’re out to shoot, or just see Philadelphia’s City Hall you should wait until it gets a little dark out and set up shop on Broad Street. What you have is a nicely lit street with changing colors, cars going by on either side, and of course the focal point of City Hall to the north. (Do I have to say, be careful and watch for traffic?) You’ll find this shot (or… Read More