Two Philadelphia Artists to Receive The Neighborhood’s Highest Honor

Special Announcement


No person has ever been honored for what they received.
Honor has been the reward for what they gave.
– Calvin Coolidge 

The Neighborhood Wall of Fame


She walked into The Neighborhood on October 26, 2013 and not only never left, but she single handedly brought America’s 5th largest city with her. The City of Brotherly Love & Sisterly Affection totters with London, England as The Neighborhood’s 2nd most popular city, only surpassed by Sacramento, California, where it derives. Her introduction came by the way of  A Tale of Two Women and it would become an instant hit, garnering 500 views in its first 3 days.

It took him a little longer to feel at home, although he has shared his wealth of talent, without ever asking for anything in return. When Philadelphia was selected as ground zero for the important presentation Nonprofits the invisible handshe would demonstrate his professionalism and commitment, by shooting and presenting original photography of his city, through a Philadelphian’s eyes.





The Neighborhood – officially known as – is a collaborative of artists {visual, recording & written-word} delivering a new level in entertainment, not found anywhere else. Over 200 thought-provoking & inspirational articles and prose, 17 original series including The Right to Life, Race and The Lost Generation,  brilliantly shared music & art from over 100 artists – worldwide – and one song My Heart, which you are listening to now

On New Year’s Eve, The Neighborhood will celebrate its two year anniversary by producing our biggest show of the year: the 2014 Season-ending Show Thepublicblogger Awards. Along with unveiling the winners in six distinct categories, and presenting some of the best in underground entertainment – we also present to two Philadelphians – our highest honor.

For their unbridled talent, unyielding commitment & dedication, for sharing their imagination, for believing in dreams and collaboration, for staying over the long run, and for the value they have given,
IvySoul Robinson & Nafiys Walters aka Fran Daddy will receive our highest honor….. The Neighborhood Award.

– Kendall F. Person, thepublicblogger