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What's Happening in:  Point Breeze 

Old Buckminster’s signage defaced with expletive

Buckminster’s closed in early-June, having served food and drink at the neo-bistro for less than a year. A short time later, Ori Feibush announced plans to reimagine the space at 21st and Federal with a “simple but new concept” for a restaurant.

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Work may be underway on the spot, but that hasn’t stopped someone from messing with the signage from the now-closed Buckminster’s. The “B” has been altered to turn the sign into an expletive that we’re sure you can guess (and you can see below).

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What's Happening in:  Point Breeze 

Ori Feibush planning ‘simple but new concept’ restaurant in former Buckminster’s space

Buckminster’s, the neo-bistro from Michael Pasquarello, closed in June after less than a year at 21st and Federal.

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Now Ori Feibush, the developer who always has big plans for his Point Breeze neighborhood, will be opening a “simple but new concept” restaurant in this location with his fiancee Elise Lemay.

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What's Happening in:  Point Breeze 

Buckminster’s has closed in Point Breeze

In 2015 the corner of 21st and Federal saw some updates when renovations began on the former Burg’s Lounge location. Then in November a new restaurant from the owners of Kensington Quarters and Cafe Lift opened its doors here.

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After just seven months in Point Breeze, Buckminster’s has now called it quits.

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What's Happening in:  Graduate Hospital 

Ballet company and school have relocated to Shiloh Baptist Church

BalletFleming and the Philadelphia Ballet School have moved. Both the dance school and company are now located on the second floor of the Shiloh Baptist Church at 2040 Christian St.

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Church photo from the Preservation Alliance.

This move is a partnership with another Philadelphia-based dance company, Junk.

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