The Simeone Foundation Automotive Museum in Philadelphia demonstrated five fine cars from Brooklands which, besides being the world’s first purpose-built race track, was a place where members could race their sports cars on a club-owned track.
Brooklands gave drivers the opportunity to use cars that were otherwise outdated. Many historically significant cars were saved from the scrap heap at Brooklands. Among them are the following five fine examples from the Simeone Museum collection:
1925 Alfa Romeo RL SS(Super Sport)
1934 Alfa Romeo 8C 2300 Spyder(Castagna)
1934 MG K3 Magnette
1936 Delahaye 135S
1938 Alfa Romeo 8C 2900B MM
The Simeone Foundation Museum demonstrated five legendary NASCARs in Philadelphia, PA, three of which were captured in images:
1963 Chevrolet Impala “Mystery Motor” ex Junior Johnson
1969 Pontiac Grand Prix “PEPSI” ex Roy Tyner.
1938 Ford Louis Smith Replica
1953 Hudson Hornet “Satan of Morimar”
1970 Plymouth Road Runner Superbird
The Simeone Foundation Automative Museum showcased 5 European racing cars from the 20th century:
1959 Ferrari 250 GT Interim Berlinetta 1377 – 6th place in the 1959 Lemans race
1956 Mercedes Benz Gullwing 300 SL
1933 Alfa Romeo Monza
1954 Austin Healey
1956 Jaguar D-Type – 3rd place in the 1956 Sebring Race
played a set of their music at Johnny Brenda’s in Philadelphia, PA.
Les Rhinocéros is known for bending the rules with their music. Their pieces often contain elements of Rock, World Music, Noise, Ambient and Jazz.
Deveykus is Trombonist Dan Blacksberg’s latest brainchild, blending traditional Ashkenazic Jewish Music with Doom Metal.
The idea was conceived by Blacksberg in 2012; he decided to collaborate with musicians whose backgrounds spanned experimental rock, metal, Jazz and Jewish music to form the band.
Nick Millevoi, Guitar
Yoshie Fruchter, Guitar
Johnny DeBlase, Bass
Eli Litwin, Drums
Dan Blacksberg, Trumbone
In Hebrew, Deveykus means: “To Cleave to god” and refers to an ecstatic, trance-like state brought on by the singing of Nigunim.
The video was captured at Johnny Brenda’s in Philadelphia and marked the debut of Pillar Without Mercy in Philadelphia.
An overview of Philadelphia’s Hack 2.0 event at bahdeebahdu art space.
HACK 2.0 is a technology based design and art exhibition featuring hackers, artists, and designers from Philadelphia and beyond.
This video shows a glimpse of Joo Won Park’s performance as well as other happenings.