Celebrating the Life and Artistry of Amber Long

Join us to celebrate the life and artistry of Philadelphia architect Amber Long who was tragically killed in Northern Liberties on January 19, 2014.

We will remember Amber the way she would want us to enjoying great food and fun, specialty drinks. Amber’s beautiful artwork and architecture will be on display and available for purchase.

Tickets available on Eventbrite.com and will be redeemable for food and drinks.

Join the Facebook event and let us know you are joining!

All proceeds will benefit the Amber Long Scholarship Fund.

Eventbrite - Celebrating the Life and Artistry of Amber Long

Northern Liberties Front Street Clean Up

Join together with friends and neighbors to make Front Street in Northern Liberties cleaner and safer on Philly Spring Cleanup Day 2014!

The cleanup will take place on Front Street, between Poplar and Laurel Streets. It’s just a few blocks, but there’s lots of work to be done!

WHERE: Front Street (Between Poplar & Laurel Streets) in Northern Liberties
RSVP: Email Jaclyn215@gmail.com to register at no cost

This event is in honor of Amber Long, whose work as an architect helped to develop Front Street and make our neighborhood more vibrant. It’s an opportunity to continue to build our community and bring light to this part of Northern Liberties.

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Philadelphia University Memorial Service

A Celebration of the Life of Amber Long
Ravenhill Chapel, Philadelphia University
Saturday, March 29, 2014 at 2 P.M.

Following the remembrance, guests are invited to a reception and exhibition of Amber’s art work in the Ravenhill Mansion. Prints of Amber’s original pieces provided by her family will be available for purchase. All proceeds will support the Amber Long ’11 Scholarship at Philadelphia University.

Guests may park in the Ravenhill parking lot behind the Chapel with access from School House Lane.

Swift Justice

We are waiting for someone to turn in Amber’s killer.

Stephanie Long, Amber’s mother, speaks about Amber and our struggle to understand how someone could commit these senseless and depraved acts.

Please share videos, news links, and statuses to help Philadelphia stay vigilant and aware until the criminals are caught.