Northeast Times

 Articles by John Loftus

Learning from Mr. Eubanks

“Listen!” Kevin Eubanks stressed to the young musicians gathered in Northeast High School’s Room 135 last Thursday. “You have to listen to the people next to you.”


Scenes from a school

Students at Northeast High were eager to create a mural in tribute to their school. The challenge was answering a basic question: What should the images be?


Greater Bustleton elects new vice president

Members of the Greater Bustleton Civic League elected a new vice president during their June meeting at Temple Beth Ami on Old Bustleton Avenue.


Rush State Park construction to begin after growing season

Once this year’s growing season is over, community gardeners who work the soil at Benjamin Rush State Park will pack up and won’t be back for at least a year.


Parkwood could home athletic training facility

Joe Brown is still pitching.


Stones & Stuff

Whether it’s rocks or picture frames, Frankford artist Jean Grenfell Smith can see artistic possibilities in just about anything.


The heart of the circle

Imagine a hundred drummers drumming.


Beaver alert!

Bitings, rabid animal lead to message of caution for Pennypack Park users.


Music to her ears

Somerton resident Brianna Panama wants to learn how to play guitar. She probably will. Why not?


Walmart is expanding at Franklin Mills mall

Members of the Millbrook Civic Association last week learned that Walmart will close its stand-alone store on Franklin Mills Boulevard and move into the empty Boscov’s store inside the mall complex. They liked what they heard.