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    • Passyunk Square by J. Fusco
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May 21: Election update | Love wins | City Hall falcons tagged | PICA oks PGW sale | Ad fight ahead | Philly is bananas

Good morning, Streeters. Bring the umbrella out today as we're looking at a stormy afternoon and evening. Though turnout seemed light, yesterday’s elections were important. Here are a few important results:…

    • IBEW Local 98 bike rack, Spring Garden St
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May 20: VOTE | Local 98 political machine | School funding now | vacant lot pop-ups | Cedar Realty Trust loves Philly | Neighborhood names

Good morning, Streeters. We have one word for you today: VOTE. Polls open at 7am, close at 8pm, and no ID is required unless you’re a first-time voter (at all or…

    • Bike, Lines and Bricks | Al BeFranke
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May 19-23: May Planning Commission meeting | Paseo Verde tour | Steven Holl | Ride of Silence

Here are our picks for what this week's got in store:  PLAN: May City Planning Commission meeting Tuesday, May 20, 1pm. 1515 Arch Street, 18th floor. This month’s City Planning Commission…

    • 1900 Arch Street construction, May 2014
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May 19: Election preview | L&I feedback | Saffron on Gehry | Poor in Philly | Refinery pollution controls | Housing starts buoyed by multi-family trend

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. Here’s what catching our Eyes: Tuesday is Primary Day here in PA. That means Democratic gubernatorial candidates will vie to challenge Gov. Tom Corbett, and…

    • Kensington Kinetic Sculpture Derby, Photo by David Swift Photography
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May 16-18: Trenton Ave clean-up | Kinetic Sculpture Derby | Garden workshop | Clark Park party | Stenton garden tour | Society Hill home tour | Dog park clean-up, repairs

Hey, Eyes on the Street! Today's rainy forecast postponed Bike to Work Day, but the weekend promises clearer skies for the events below. PREP: Trenton Ave Clean-up Friday, May 16. 6pm…

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    • Rainbow Love, North Broad Street | Theresa Stigale
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Planning Logan: Empowering Logan residents through neighborhood planning

As part of their reporting for Philadelphia Neighborhoods and PlanPhilly, Emily DiCicco and Anthony Liberto are sharing dispatches from Logan and Olney. For their final installment, here's part two of their two-part look…

    • oil rail car | Michael Klusek, EOTS Flickr Group
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May 14: FMC Tower groundbreaking | Jefferson nabs 9th/Chestnut lot | Paving over 23 Trolley track sections | Oil-by-rail up, safety standards shifting | Federal transportation bill

Happy Wednesday Streeters. Here's what we're reading this morning: Another piece of Cira Centre South will break ground today as Brandywine Realty celebrates the start of construction on the 49-story FMC…

    • logan garden
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Planning Logan: Improving a ‘Forgotten’ Neighborhood

As part of their reporting for Philadelphia Neighborhoods and PlanPhilly, Emily DiCicco and Anthony Liberto are sharing dispatches from Logan and Olney. For their final installment, here's part one of their two-part look…

    • A Look East | Al B Franke
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May 13: The New Fairmount Park | William Penn High futures | $300m port expansion | Jaywalking unticketed | Internet Essentials fails

Good morning Streeters. Here's what we're reading today: Tonight the Department of Parks and Recreation will release a plan for The New Fairmount Park at an event at Smith Playground. Inga…

    • Gazebo, FDR Park | David Swift, EOTS Flickr Group
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May 12-16: ParkX | The New Fairmount Park launch | Night Market Old City | Bike to Work Day

This week promises chances for park inspiration, mobile chow, and biking with the Mayor.  TALK: ParkX: Inspiring People in the Parks Monday, May 12, 7:30-9:30pm. Yards Brewing Company, 901 North Delaware…

    • St. Albans Spring | Rob Lybeck, EOTS Flickr Group
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May 12: Convention Center labor | Church repair at 43rd and Chestnut | Art for cash | City slogans | Help new Philadelphians

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. Drexel will host the final gubernatorial debate before the primary (May 20th) tonight at 7pm. Drexel will host a webcast, and local TV and…

    • Branching Out, C Melon Images
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May 9-11: Natural Causes Art Dissection | Canstruction | Hidden geology tour | National Train Day | Brewerytown Spring Festival | Bainbridge Green Festival | Mother's Day at Franklin Square

Happy spring weekend, Eyes on the Street. In addition to the events listed below, don't forget that LOVE Your Park Week kicks off on Saturday with a day of service and…

    • Patrolling River Wards | Steve Ives, EOTS Flickr Pool
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May 9: Flashy Philly Phlash | Kensington fire shuts down El | Property assessment data released | Ads on municipal buildings | Philly commuters biking more, walking less | City Ave road repairs

Happy Friday, Eyes on the Street! A made-over Philly Phlash hits the streets today and will run through December. Philadelphia Business Journal reports that the new buses accommodate more people and…

    • Convention Center | David Swift, EOTS Flickr Group
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May 6: 20 closed schools for sale | SEPTA crime down | Kensington Community Food Co-Op store | Doors & windows | Reviving alleys | $6.4 billion PHL expansion

Good morning Streeters. Here's what we're reading today: The School District of Philadelphia will put 20 vacant schools on the market immediately, reports the Inquirer. The Philadelphia Industrial Development Corporation…

    • Mt. Pleasant
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May 5-9: Weccacoe / Bethel Burial Ground | Civic Design Review | Rick Lowe | Boxer's Trail tour

Here's what you need to know about this week's happenings:  DISCUSS: Weccacoe Playground/ Mother Bethel Cemetery meeting Monday, May 5, 6:30pm. African American Museum, 701 Arch Street. Discuss the preservation and…

    • Divine Decay
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May 5: Development Roundup: $31.5m for Divine Lorraine | University City DIGSAU hotel | Westrum's new 31 Brewerytown | Recasting the Gallery | Brownfield tax incentives

Welcome to the working week, Streeters, happy Cinco de Mayo and enjoy Hoagie Day. Here’s a development roundup to start off your Monday: The Divine Lorraine enchanted NJ-based lender Billy…

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