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    • Uber windshield

Drivers and disabled give PPA an earful over rules for Uber and Lyft

This Friday Taxi drivers, UberBlack drivers, and disabled residents united to vent their displeasure with the Philadelphia Parking Authority’s loose regulatory grip on Uber and Lyft. The loose coalition that long…

    • Benches line the park's many walkways

How are other cities reinvesting in civic infrastructure?

Ever since pop-ups and parklets became trendy in Philadelphia, there’s been tension surrounding them. Despite the fanfare they’ve drawn from urbanists, a lot of longtime Philadelphians have viewed these newfangled spaces…

    • A volunteer uncovers a body at the former site of First Baptist church cemetery in early 2017. (Courtesy of the Mütter Museum)

Unearthing stories hidden in the bones of a forgotten burial ground

Elana Gordon digs into an emergency excavation at a site in Old City being developed by PMC Property Group, after workers discovered a box of old bones. Volunteer forensic scientists have…

    • Produce will still be a priority for Italian Market stands.

April 28: Philly ranked #1 city for millennials | Fresh food and real estate | Squilla undercuts green agenda

Trulia has ranked Philadelphia the number one city for millennials based on homeownership, income, and employment, Curbed Philly reports. The study, which examined the 100 largest U.S. metros, compared…

    • 6200 Osage Avenue | Will Herzog

Developers picked to rebuild at MOVE site face wary neighbors at project kickoff

Thirty-two years ago, the City of Philadelphia bombed itself. When it rebuilt the 6200 blocks of Osage and Pine, the developer hired to fix the mess used shoddy materials, and went…

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