A group of dedicated skateboarders skate at Philadelphia's LOVE Park on Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, the final day before the park would close for renovations. Mayor Jim Kenney lifted the decade-plus-long ban on skateboarding in the park several days earlier, allowing skateboarders time to enjoy the legendary skating location one final time.
Deen Kogan, co-founder of the Society Hill Playhouse, stands in the entryway of the theater during an interview with PhillyVoice on Feb. 29, 2016. The historic playhouse was demolished in the summer of 2016 and will be replaced with condominiums.
Rachel Hall walks across the stage of the Liacouras Center during the commencement ceremony for the College of Liberal Arts at Temple University on Thursday, May 5, 2016. The Temple Lacrosse player was given a 20-percent chance of survival after being severely injured following a hit-and-run crash.
Circus performer, Nicole Burgio, dressed as Marilyn Monroe, swings from a trapeze as her dress blows in the wind during the 'Cabaret Pinot Noir,' an exhibition at the Philadelphia School of Circus Arts on Saturday, June 4, 2016.
Protest groups march along south Broad Street to the Wells Fargo Center during the 'Shut Down the DNC' protest on July 26, 2016, which was held during the Democratic National Convention. Demonstrators came from all corners of the country to voice their opposition to presidential candidates, Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
Willow and her four children stand on the grounds of the Clintonville Shantytown, a temporary tent city modeled after the Hoovervilles of the 1930s, that was constructed in Kensington during the Democratic National Convention by members of the Shining Light Kitchen and the Rainbow Gathering.
Brad Stanek, 29, stands near the top of the Apple Pie Hill fire tower, Sept. 20, 2016. From this point in the heart of the New Jersey Pinelands National Reserve, one can see the skylines of both Philadelphia and Atlantic City on a clear day, and is used to observe the most fragile part of the 1.1 million-acre ecosystem, giving a high vantage point to spot forest fires.
The American Keg Co. in Pottstown, Montgomery County, is the only facility in the country producing kegs made from American steel. Here, production manager Kellby Ochs repairs a weld made by a robotic welder.
This photo shows one of two swastikas that were spray-painted on the window of a closed business at 1300 S. Broad St. in South Philly. The phrase “Sieg Heil” is German and translated it means “Hail Victory.” It was a common chant at political rallies in Nazi Germany during the 1930s.