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Reading Terminal Market: An Illustrated History

This was not just a history of the few acres underneath the old train shack. The Reading Terminal Market represents the culmination of Philadelphia’s early market era, a relic of a time when the city throbbed with the full range of human salesmanship.

Situated at first on High Street, named such for the pavers lining the middle to create a surface for travel and commerce, the Philadelphia markets would spread towards the west and south, at times a public nuisance, at others a central gathering point.

Food grounds us & it brings us together, and there’s no place that’s more true than the Reading Terminal Market. If you live in Philly, read this book!

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Here is a copy of my presentation and prepared remarks from WordCamp for Publishers 2019 in Columbus.

Chris Gethard & Mal Blum – Crying At The Wawa (Official Video)

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