Press Coverage Mentioning 5th Square & Its Members

2020

July 29, 2020
PlanPhilly - 5th Square Opinion: "4 ways SEPTA can reduce COVID-19 risks on transit"

A train moves along the Market-Frankford Line. (Matt Rourke/AP Photo)

July 27, 2020
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 5th Square Opinion: "SEPTA and other transit systems are in dire need of more coronavirus relief"

Photo: ALEJANDRO A. ALVAREZ

July 14, 2020
The Philadelphia Inquirer - "People with disabilities say outdoor dining is making it hard to get around in Philly: ‘There is no room for us’"

People with disabilities say outdoor dining is making it hard to get around in Philly: ‘There is no room for us’

June 28, 2020
Metro Philadelphia - "Free transfers and more SEPTA trains this week"

June 25, 2020

KYW Newsradio - "SEPTA board approves new fare plan that provides free rides for kids"

June 25, 2020

PlanPhilly - "Free SEPTA rides for kids under 12 coming in July"

A SEPTA bus approaches City Hall in a bus lane.(Kimberly Paynter/WHYY)

June 25, 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer - "SEPTA board approves fare changes; $2.2 billion for operating, capital budget"

SEPTA board approves fare changes; $2.2 billion for operating, capital budget

June 22, 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer - "Rename Taney Street in Philly is the latest campaign to erase a racist past"

Rename Taney Street in Philly is the latest campaign to erase a racist past

June 21, 2020

Philly Voice - "Philly residents call for Taney Street to be renamed"

Taney Street Philadelphia

June 20, 2020

Philly Voice - "Fare changes suggested to SEPTA's proposed restructuring plan"

septa covid 19 fare restructuring

June 18, 2020

PlanPhilly - "SEPTA committee recommends kids ride for free in new fare proposal"

SEPTA Rt. 48 bus

June 18, 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer - "SEPTA proposes last-minute fare changes: Children ride free, more time for free transfer"

Activists from 5th Square, an urbanist political action committee, lobbied in March for fare changes at SEPTA headquarters in Center City Philadelphia.

May 31, 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer - "Advocates want coronavirus to lead to better public spaces in Philly"

Advocates want coronavirus to lead to better public spaces in Philly

May 28, 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer - "By not closing streets, Philly misses chance to be a leader in safe social distancing | Opinion"

By not closing streets, Philly misses chance to be a leader in safe social distancing | Opinion

May 26, 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer - " Thoughts ahead of SEPTA’s fare changes? Now’s the time to speak up."

Thoughts ahead of SEPTA’s fare changes? Now’s the time to speak up.

May 26, 2020

PlanPhilly - "Rider advocates call on SEPTA to cut Regional Rail fares to ‘integrate’ system"

Southeastern Pennsylvania Transportation Authority trains are seen parked in the vicinity of 30th Street Station in Philadelphia, Wednesday, June 19, 2019. (Matt Rourke/AP Photo)

May 14, 2020

PlanPhilly - "Philly is making it easier to turn your block into a place for play this summer"

Families play on a North Philadelphia Playstreet in a 2018 photo. (Courtesy of the City of Philadelphia)

April 16, 2020

PlanPhilly - "Philly should close streets to cars, open space for social distancing, advocates say"

April 1, 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer - 5th Square Opinion "SEPTA’s fare restructuring can help replace flawed in-person hearings with fair public input"

March 31, 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer - "Should Philly close more streets to cars during coronavirus? | Pro/Con"

March 21, 2020

Philadelphia Magazine - "Helen Gym Is the Most Popular Politician in Philadelphia"

March 12, 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer - "SEPTA, PATCO see slight drop in ridership amid the coronavirus"

SEPTA, PATCO see slight drop in ridership amid the coronavirus

March 11, 2020

KYW Newsradio - "SEPTA aims for equity, efficiency with new fare proposals"

Metro Philadelphia - "SEPTA shares proposed fare restructuring plan"

The Philadelphia Inquirer - "SEPTA’s new fare proposal means relief for some commuters, a hike for others"

SEPTA’s new fare proposal means relief for some commuters, a hike for others

March 9, 2020

South Philly Review - "Philly won’t be getting a safe injection site anytime soon. Supporters of the cause think there’s plenty of blame to go around."

March 6, 2020

The Philadelphia Inquirer - "As SEPTA readies fare proposal, GM Leslie Richards asks riders for opinions"

PlanPhilly - "As SEPTA prepares new fare structure, new group pressures for free transfers"

Transit Forward Philadelphia organizer Yasha Zarrinkelk (left) hosted a panel discussion with SEPTA General Manager Leslie Richards, (second from left) Chris Puchalsky, director of policy and strategic initiatives for Philadelphia’s Office of Transportation, Infrastructure and Sustainability, (second from right) and City Councilmember Helen Gym at Azavea. (Kimberly Paynter/WHYY)

March 1, 2020
NRDC Expert Blog Philly Celebrates Launch of New Transit Advocacy Coalition

Philadelphia SEPTA Bus

March 5, 2020
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 5th Square Opinion "SEPTA transfer fees are an outdated, burdensome penalty on Philadelphians"

March 1, 2020
Metro Philadelphia "Philly announces Transit Forward Philadelphia launch"

February 29, 2020
The Philadelphia Inquirer "Transit Forward Philadelphia, a new advocacy coalition, is ready to hear your concerns"

February 27, 2020
The Philadelphia Inquirer "Councilmember Gauthier, transit advocates call on SEPTA to end transfer fees"

February 26, 2020
Pennsylvania Capital-Star "Could charging Pa. motorists for rush-hour driving pay for infrastructure? PennDOT wants to find out"

February 24, 2020
The Philadelphia Inquirer "Overcrowding, delays on Market-Frankford Line not caused by skip-stop change, SEPTA says"

February 12, 2020
BillyPenn "Part of Filbert Street is going car-free this summer. Should Chestnut be next?"

February 10, 2020
The Philadelphia Inquirer 5th Square Opinion "Market-Frankford Line issues underscore need for more transparency from SEPTA"

February 6, 2020
Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia - "What Goes Into An Action Alert? A Behind-the-Scenes Look at Our Advocacy"

February 5, 2020
Bicycle Coalition of Greater Philadelphia - "Amendment Withdrawn; Protected Bike Lane Legislation Passes Committee"

February 5, 2020
Grid Magazine - "Bike Talk: Citizen Police"

February 3, 2020
WHYY "How do riders want SEPTA to spend its money? On ADA-compliant trolleys and trains past Elwyn, to name a few"

This rendering shows the double-deck passenger coach being built for use on SEPTA's Regional Rail system by CRRC Corporation Limited. (CRRC)

January 31, 2020
The Temple News"Mayor’s citywide street sweeping plan lacks detail"

January 29, 2020
University City Review "Will SEPTA Save, Sell Or Scrap The Last Of Our Old Trolleys?"

January 30, 2020
The Philadelphia Inquirer "City workers turn Philadelphia’s iconic Parkway into an illegal parking lot, and others follow"

City workers turn Philadelphia’s iconic Parkway into an illegal parking lot, and others follow | Inga Saffron

January 22, 2020
Philadelphia Magazine - "SEPTA Says the Historic Route 15 Trolleys Will Return Late Next Year"

January 22, 2020
South Philly Review"Can Washington Avenue be improved to be more pedestrian friendly? Philly’s urbanist PAC says yes."

January 22, 2020
WHYY - "SEPTA taking Girard Ave. trolley off rails; 78% of fleet can’t pass inspection"

January 16, 2020
The Philadelphia Inquirer "Where the wild things park: Why so many cars in Philly park illegally"

January 15, 2020
Streetsblog USA - "Philadelphia Mayor Makes Big Bike and Transit Promises. Advocates Have Doubts."

 


2019

December 17, 2019
PlanPhilly - "South Philadelphia developer resists calls for more parking, promises grocery store"

November 29, 2019
Pittsburgh CityPaper - "Pittsburgh’s free holiday parking policy may not be as great as it seems"

November 23, 2019
Philadelphia Magazine - "Will Philly Ever Get Its Act Together on Street Sweeping?"

November 4, 2019
Philadelphia Neighborhoods - "Old City: City Council Candidates Vie for 5th Square Endorsements"

October 10, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 5th Square Opinion "Philly needs to reboot street cleaning program"

October 9, 2019
PlanPhilly - 5th Square Opinion "It’s time to test a car-free Chestnut Street"

September 12, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer - "Philly blesses worshipers with free parking, eliciting cyclists’ Old Testament wrath"

August 16, 2019
South Philly Review - "Will the Grays Ferry Ave. Bridge feature two protected bike lanes or not?"

August 6, 2019
PlanPhilly - "Grays Ferry Bridge is scary for cyclists and PennDOT’s rebuild won’t solve the problem"

July 9, 2019
Philadelphia Magazine - "The Beautiful Weirdness of Philly, One House Picture at a Time"

July 5, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer - "At city pools, a ‘why not?' attitude can lead to simple but meaningful improvements"

June 22, 2019
Philadelphia Magazine - "Philly Politics Is a Mess. Here’s Why That’s Encouraging."

May 20, 2019
Star - "Here’s how to improve pedestrian safety along Kensington’s Frankford Avenue business corridor, according to 5th Square"

May 19, 2019
Philly Talks Climate - "Who to vote for on May 21st?"

May 7, 2019
BillyPenn - "The procrastinator’s guide to the May 2019 primary election in Philly"

May 3, 2019
The Philadelphia Citizen - "Who's Running for City Council?"

May 3, 2019
6ABC Philadelphia - "Building it Better Together: How SEPTA plans to improve mass transit in Philadelphia"

May 2, 2019
6ABC Philadelphia - "Building It Better Together: Challenges facing mass transit in Philadelphia region"

April 19, 2019
BillyPenn - "Want to host a block party? After changes last year, Philly's permit process has glitches"

April 18, 2019
Philadelphia Magazine - "Here’s What Philly’s New Leaf Blower Street Sweeping Program Looks Like"

April 18, 2019
PlanPhilly - “Drivers from these gentrifying Philly neighborhoods get the most parking tickets"

April 17, 2019
BillyPenn - "Philadelphia’s new version of street sweeping is…dusty"

April 16, 2019
NBC 10 Philadelphia - "Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney Wants to Blow Away Trash in Litter-Heavy Neighborhoods"

April 16, 2019
6ABC Philadelphia - "New street sweeping program tackles litter in Philadelphia"

April 15, 2019
PlanPhilly - “Philly names 6 neighborhoods for street cleaning experiment"

April 11, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer - "It’s time to pedestrianize the Italian Market"

April 5, 2019
Curbed Philadelphia - "Neighbors raise concerns over apartment project’s impact on Italian Market"

April 4, 2019
PlanPhilly - “Congestion pricing floated as fix for Pa. transit funding crisis"

April 3, 2019
PlanPhilly - “Could a driveway kill the Italian Market?"

March 18, 2019
Technically Philly - “Have a look at SEPTA Key’s revamped website in beta mode"

February 19, 2019
The Temple News - “Temple alumna runs for West Philly City Council seat"

February 21, 2019
Philadelphia Public Record - "POLS ON THE STREET: And They’re Off! Candidates Seize Clipboards"

February 8, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 5th Square Opinion - “Philly can’t achieve Vision Zero without change at PennDot“

February 7, 2019
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “Go ahead, cross in the middle of the block — if you dare“

January 29, 2019
Curbed Philadelphia - "Developer wants to bring 31-story apartment tower to Society Hill"


2018

December 20, 2018
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “Should Philly end single-family zoning? Minneapolis is doing it“

December 11, 2018
Metro Philadelphia - “Some riders still struggling to adapt to SEPTA Key

November 28, 2018
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “Is free December street parking a boon or bust for Philadelphia?”

November 17, 2018
PHL17 - 
“Weekend Philler Episode 307 highlights Building the Cycling City”

October 19, 2018
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 
“Speed cameras highlight year one of Philly's safe streets project”

October 16, 2018
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 
“Election Day is coming. Where’s the celebration? | Editorial”

October 12, 2018
The Philadelphia Citizen - 
“The Citizen Recommends: Free Septa to the Polls"

October 5, 2018
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 
“After beefs, Philadelphia makes it easier to host a block party”

October 5, 2018
PlanPhilly - 
“Free transit on Election Day? SEPTA votes no”

October 4, 2018
The Philadelphia Citizen - 
“The Citizen Recommends: Running While Female"

September 9, 2018
PlanPhilly - 
“Petition wants to make visiting the dead at Woodlands Cemetery safer for the living”

August 13, 2018
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 
“Philly has 922 streets banned from having block parties. Why?”

August 9, 2018
PlanPhilly - 
“Floating a solution to Philadelphia's parking-space quandary”

August 7, 2018
Generocity - 
“How Philly’s 4 Emerging City Champions are reimagining public space for social change”

July 11, 2018
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 
“Philadelphia has 2,172,896 parking spaces. So how come you're still circling the block?”

July 10, 2018
Philadelphia Magazine - 
Cyclists to Wawa: Get Your Delivery Trucks Out of Bike Lane”

July 6, 2018
Philly.com
- “Photos of Philly sidewalks blocked by things that are not ICE protests”

June 21, 2018
PlanPhilly - 
“Overhauling its bus network may be on SEPTA’s schedule soon”

June 20, 2018
The Philadelphia Citizen - 
“It’s Time to shake up the Office of Property Assessment”

June 7, 2018
Metro Philadelphia - 
“Lincoln Drive announces new road closures for $12 million renovation”

May 30, 2018
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 
“Is LOVE Park inclusive - or hostile? How the 'war on sitting' is changing public spaces”

April 30, 2018
Philadelphia Magazine - 
City Begins $12M Restoration Project on Lincoln Drive”

April 5, 2018
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 
“The latest Scandinavian clean-living craze to hit Philly: 'plogging'”

April 5, 2018
Philadelphia Magazine - 
“Here Are the 2018 Rad Awards Nominees”

April 5, 2018
The Philadelphia Inquirer - 
“Bike lane change to improve safety in Philly, but many want more … or less”

March 26, 2018
PlanPhilly - 
“New bike lanes coming to Fairmount Park and West Philly”

March 10, 2018
Philadelphia Magazine - 
How Snowstorms Help Philadelphia Redesign Its Streets”

March 8, 2018
Tecnical.ly Philly - 
“Before the snow melts: Add Philly ‘sneckdowns’ to this collaborative map”

February 27, 2018
Curbed Philadelphia - 
“Philadelphia bike safety in peril following City Council proposal: Advocates”

February 21, 2018
T
he Philadelphia Inquirer - “Filthadelphia mapped: See how (and why) trash in your neighborhood stacks up”

February 17, 2018
Philadelphia Magazine - “Gridlock: Center City’s Traffic Apocalypse”

February 7, 2018
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “Eagles parade transit plans draw plaudits, criticism”


2017

December 22, 2017
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “Elderly woman fatally struck by SUV in South Philly”

December 19, 2017
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “After another accident, bike lane advocates again take to Philly streets”

November 30, 2017
The Philadelphia Citizen - “Meet The Disruptor: Antoinette Marie Johnson”

November 29, 2017
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “Protesters create human bike lane where bicyclist was killed in Center City”

November 28, 2017
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “Bicyclist killed in collision with garbage truck in Center City”

November 20, 2017
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “Transit riders unions may be coming to Philly”

November 2, 2017
Philadelphia Magazine - “20 Smart Transportation Ideas Reshaping Philadelphia (and Your Life)”

September 14, 2017
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “The culture war in the bike lane: In Philly, are cars winning?”

August 30, 2017
The Philadelphia Citizen - “Guest Commentary: On Race and Place, Philly Needs One Set of Rules”

August 29, 2017
PhillyVoice - “On race and place, Philadelphia must play by the rules”

August 18, 2017
PlanPhilly - “There’s no such thing as free parking in Philly, says economist who calculated how much off-street parking adds to housing prices”

August 17, 2017
Philadelphia Magazine - “City on Broad Street Parking: Cops Have More Important Things to Do”

August 15, 2017
The Philadelphia Citizen - “Median Matters: What we’re talking about when we talk about South Philly parking wars”

August 1, 2017
Technical.ly Philly - “Think Company, Code for Philly, 5th Square team up to fight SEPTA Key’s UX woes”

July 28, 2017
PlanPhilly - You weren’t the only one: After hundreds of riders accidentally get 2nd Key card, SEPTA pledges to fix kiosks, website”

July 28, 2017
Think Company - “Guerrilla UX: Exploring a Better Design for the SEPTAkey Kiosk”

July 28, 2017
Next City - “Are Philly Urbanists Jumping the Shark With Parking Fight?”

July 24, 2017
6ABC News - “Group sues city over median parking in South Philadelphia”

July 21, 2017
Billy Penn - “Philly activist sues to stop South Broad median parking; justice for the PPA?”

June 15, 2017
PhillyVoice - “Are plastic bags on the way out in Philadelphia? It's up to Wolf”

May 10, 2017
Al Dia News - “Not in our yard: Local petition circulates to stop PPA billboards”

May 9, 2017
Next City - “Philadelphia Is in a Parking-Related Billboard Fight“

May 9, 2017
Philadelphia Magazine - “The PPA Wants to Put Billboards in Neighborhood Lots – and Neighbors Aren’t Happy”

April 7, 2017
PlanPhilly - “SEPTA resists petition to end transfer fees”

March 20, 2017
T
he Philadelphia Inquirer - “Commentary: A cleaner Philly starts with you”

March 20, 2017
PhillyVoice - “Online petition calls for SEPTA to eliminate $1 transfer fee”

February 6, 2017
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “Councilmanic prerogative for plants?”


2016

December 15, 2016
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “How a Philly guy, fed up with crashes, built his own bike lane”

September 23, 2016
The Philadelphia Citizen - “Bringing Back the ‘Jay Driver’”

September 6, 2019
PhilaDelight - “Illegal Median Parking Battle Divides South Philly Residents”

August 24, 2016
Philadelphia Magazine - “Kenney to PPA: Target Worst Offenders Parking on Broad Street Median”

August 22, 2016
The Philadelphia Citizen - “South Philly Split on Broad Street Parking”

August 11, 2016
South Philly Review - “The muddle in the middle”

August 10, 2016
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “Will Philly finally get rid of the giant parking lot in the South Broad median?”

August 9, 2016
The Philadelphia Citizen - “Take The Poll: Parking On The Broad Street Median?”

August 2, 2016
WHYY - “South Philly rite all wrong, says group pushing to end median parking on Broad”

August 1, 2016
CBS Philly - “Should Parking On South Broad Street Median Be Banned?”

August 1, 2016
Fox29 News - “After DNC, it's back to parking as usual on S. Broad Street”

July 28, 2016
PhillyVoice - “Petition calls for permanent enforcement of South Broad parking ban”

July 27, 2016
Curbed Philadelphia - “Petition Calls to Make South Broad Median Car-Free After DNC”

June 19, 2016
Spoke Magazine - “City leaders have a vision of ending traffic deaths once and for all. Here’s what that might look like.”

June 15, 2016
StreetsBlog - “Philly Advocates Rally to Demand 30 Miles of Protected Bike Lanes”

June 14, 2016
PhillyVoice - “Bicycling advocates urge Philly to quickly install protected bike lanes”

June 14, 2016
PlanPhilly - “1000 signatures call for better bike infrastructure, safe streets”

June 14, 2016
NBC10 News - “Philadelphia Cycling Advocates Call for Protected Bike Lane Installation”

May 24, 2016
PhillyVoice - “Group asks PennDOT: Make Frankford Avenue safer for walking”

March 12, 2016
NBCNEWS.com - “Budget Cuts Force Philadelphians to Clean Their Own Streets”

March 11, 2016
Billy Penn - “Vision Zero: The ‘fanatical’ movement to make Philly’s streets less deadly”

February 15, 2016
Next City - “Is Jim Kenney Philadelphia's First Mayor for Millennials?”

February 14, 2016
Philadelphia Magazine - “20 Smart Transportation Ideas Reshaping Philadelphia (and Your Life)”

January 20, 2016
Billy Penn - “One-party town: How Philly went Democratic, and why that hurts us here and in Harrisburg”

January 20, 2016
PlanPhilly - “Mayoral Mobility: How Philly got around, got along, and got by under Nutter”

January 7, 2016
StreetsBlog - “New Philly Mayor: Politicos Can No Longer Park on the City Hall Sidewalk”

January 4, 2016
Philadelphia Magazine - “The City Hall Parking Lot Is Finally Dead”


2015

December 7, 2015
Philebrity - “Philebrity Nominates 5th Square for Not-For-Profit of the Year”

December 3, 2015
PlanPhilly - “SEPTA extends late-ish regional rail service to Wilmington”

December 1, 2015
The Philadelphia Citizen - “Tired of the Vacant Lot at 6th and Christian?”

October 29, 2015
South Philly Review - “South Philly Review Covers Transport Guru Andrew Stober's Council Run, Notes 5th Square Endorsement”

October 20, 2015
The Philadelphia Citizen - “Ideas We Should Steal: Free Septa For Students”

October 4, 2015
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “The drive for carless streets in Philadelphia”

September 27, 2015
Philadelphia Magazine - “The Death of Gentrification Guilt”

August 16, 2015
Philadelphia Magazine - “The Battle for the Soul of Washington Avenue”

July 21, 2015
PlanPhilly - “The top congestion-fighting ideas from the Downtown Delivery Symposium”

July 16, 2015
Philadelphia Magazine - “Fix It: The Terrifying Unmarked On-Ramp Near Eakins Oval”

July 2, 2015
Philadelphia Neighborhoods - City Hall: New PAC Connects City Issues Through the Public Space

June 11, 2015
PlanPhilly - “Updated: City Hall Parking Lot isn't dead yet. But it's all over in January.”

May 20, 2015
PlanPhilly - “Cyclists, pedestrians lack a good crash reporting system”

May 14, 2015
Generocity - “6 Key Topics to Read Up on Before May 19”

May 13, 2015
WHYY - “A who’s who in the race for Philly City Council”

May 13, 2015
Huffington Post - “This Guy Used 5 Seconds Of Video To Calculate How Fast The Amtrak Train Was Going”

May 13, 2015
NBC10 News - “Polling Philly: Jim Kenney Holds Commanding Lead In Democratic Mayoral Primary”

May 8, 2015
The Philadelphia Citizen - “MILLENNIALS OUT LOUD, This week, young engaged Philadelphians are letting their voices fly”

May 6, 2015
WHYY - “5th Square PAC endorses council slate, Kenney for mayor”

April 16, 2015
South Philly Review - “Young voters using PACs for political engagement”

April 10, 2015
Philadelphia Magazine - “WATCH: New Philly PSA Tells Pedestrians to Get Off Their Phones”

March 31, 2015
Billy Penn - “Philly PACs 101: How TV and social media could drive millennial votes”

March 4, 2015
Philly.com - “Millennial PACs gain steam — and money — in Philadelphia”

March 1, 2015
The Philadelphia Inquirer - “Millennials could be political force in Philadelphia, if they voted”

January 29, 2015
CBS Philly - “Campaign Funding PACs Enter Philadelphia Politics”

January 28, 2015
PhillyVoice - “City Councilfolk lose their eponymous domain names”

January 28, 2015
Philadelphia Business Journal - “City Council's domain name war is on, but is it legal?”

January 28, 2015
Technical.ly Philly - “Look who’s cybersquatting on City Council”

January 26, 2015
Philadelphia Magazine - Is New Millennial PAC Just Trolling Council?”

January 26, 2015
Philadelphia Magazine - “Half of City Council Just Got Cybersquatted”

January 21, 2015
StreetsBlog - “Philly Urbanists Launch Political Action Committee to Shake Up City Council”

January 12, 2015
Philadelphia Magazine - “A New Urbanist, Progressive PAC Is Forming”

January 12, 2015
This Old City - “5th Square Formally Launches With Announcement at This Old City”