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April 16: Uneven real estate growth | Mantua's Promise Zone | PATCO tech improvements | Woodland Ave student rentals | South Philly High dog run | Milton Street candidate

Good morning, Streeters. Hope your dreams of spring aren’t too frozen this morning. At least it will be sunny. Philly’s real estate market is rebounding unevenly, with the well-off doing best.…

    • B-IV: On the Floor
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April 15: Saffron scores Pulitzer | Newspaper auction hearing | SEPTA subway overnight service | PATCO copper theft | CHOP project necessitates bike lane shifts | Peale lessons | Flyers #clutchtime

Good morning, Streeters. It’s Tax Day. May the post office lines be swift and pain be brief. Despite the beautiful springtime blooms, winter weather will make a comeback this evening:…

    • Buildings in Germany Hill
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April 14-18: Rain Barrel workshop | City Planning Commission meeting | Lower Northwest District Plan kickoff | Roland Snooks | Grid at Farm Fest

In addition to the Philadelphia Book Festival and Eastern State Penitentiary’s Pop-Up Museum, this week to opportunities to learn about urban sustainability, attend planning meetings, and discuss behavioral approaches to…

    • Samuel Machinery Company, North 3rd Street
    • Levering Street, Manayunk, Photo by Gary Reed
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April 11-13: N3RD Street naming | Manayunk StrEAT Food | Women's mountain biking workshop | Farm & Food Fest | Sakura Sunday | Healthy Trails 5K | Roadside Attractions

KICK OFF: N3RD Street Naming Ceremony & BBQ Friday, April 11. 2pm - 6pm. Liberty Lands Park, 900 Block N 3rd Street. Join the City and a bunch of "N3RDs" for…

    • Delaware River Pier
    • DVNLRN, Photo by Jeremy Marshall
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April 10: Streets detoured after fire | Reviving Delaware River development plans | "The Ben" restoration | Divine Lorraine as art mecca | Mantua artist opens doors to save studio

Good morning, Eyes on the Street.  The intersection of 3rd and Market streets can't catch a break. Yesterday, a two-alarm fire broke out at Suit Corner, the shops at…

    • Preah Buddah Rangsey Temple, 6th and Ritner
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    • Cambodian traditions live on at the Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia
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Olney: Cambodian Association Adapts to Changing Needs

As part of their reporting for Philadelphia Neighborhoods and PlanPhilly, Emily DiCicco and Anthony Liberto are sharing dispatches from Logan and Olney. At the Cambodian Association of Greater Philadelphia on North 5th Street…

    • Looped In at The Porch, Photos by Neal Santos
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April 7-11: Porch Photo Booth | Janet Echelman and Susan Weiler | 'A Girl is a Fellow Here' | GeoPhilly Film Night | Searching for Philadelphia

Here's what's on tap this week - from public art and art in public to films about cartography and women in architecture. PICTURE THIS: Digital Photo Booth at The Porch Monday,…

    • Reading Viaduct, Photo by Bruhinb
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April 7: No strike, union negotiations continue | 20K volunteered Saturday | Philadelinquency's new delinquent tax totals | 37 displaced by fire | SEPTA bus crash | Reading Viaduct forges ahead

Welcome back to the work week, Eyes on the Street. Here's what's buzzing this Monday.  Transportation Workers Union Local 234 did not strike today, after their contract expired Sunday night. Philadelphia…

    • Cherry Blossoms, Photo by David Swift Photography
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April 4-6: Love Song of R. Buckminster Fuller | TreePhilly Giveaway | Fairmount Arts Crawl | Cherry Blossom Festival

Happy weekend Eyes on the Street! In addition to these early April events, don't forget that Philly Tech Week is underway with more than 140 events, and the 7th annual Philly…

    • The Boyd Theatre interior | Jeremy Marshall
    • SEPTA Spur, Photo by Ashley Hahn
    • Spring flowers, Arthur elementary
    • Benjamin Franklin Bridge, Delaware River from Penn Treaty Park, January 2014
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April 1: Saving sturgeon | $35m to protect Delaware watershed | PGW sale review | Art Nouveau on Lehigh Ave. | Philip's revival

Good morning, and Happy April Fools’ Day Streeters. (No, Penn didn’t try to buy Drexel. And sorry, NIMBY hasn't been added to the OED.) Lawsuits filed by Delaware Riverkeeper…

    • Quince Street | Michael Klusek, EOTS Flickr Group
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March 31-April 4: Rafael Moneo | Restoring historic streets | CHOP expansion | Walking Day | Richard Forman | Green treasures in Queen Village and Bella Vista

Here's a look at what's ahead this week: TALK: Rafael Moneo Monday, March 31, 6:30-8:30pm. PennDesign, Meyerson Hall, 210 South 34th Street. Join PennDesign in welcoming celebrated architect Jose Rafael Moneo…

    • Death of Industry  | Michael Klusek
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March 31: CHOP's poor urbanism | Slumlord's empire back on the block | Blatstein buying Foxwoods site (again) | Jefferson buys PSFS at 7th and Walnut | Unmeasurable KOZ

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. Here’s a real estate roundup to start your Monday: This week we’ll be hearing more about the Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s plans to build a…

    • Crane Building | Gary Reed
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March 28-30: TEDx viewing | Fourth Friday | South Bank tour | Waste management tour | Smith Memorial Playground Play-A-Palooza | Art-Centric Book Fair

Hello Streeters! Here are a few events to take your mind off of this weekend's dreary weather forecast.   WATCH: TEDxPhiladelphia viewing party Friday, March 28. 8:30am - 6pm. Impact HUB,…

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