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    • Stormy sunset skyline, July 2, 2014
Eyes on the Street

July 3: SEPTA's late buses | Undercover to curb illegal dumping | Cigarette tax passes PA House | DRPA hires crisis communications pro | Chief Data Officer, Tim Wisniewski

Hot. Rain. (Again.) Arthur has been upgraded to a hurricane and will be swinging past us in one form or another. That could mean rain on our parade. For now, your…

    • Kurt Vile mural, April 2014 | David Swift, EOTS Flikr Group
Eyes on the Street

June 30: Council, lords of land use | Feibush v. Johnson: the blog | $23m unspent DRPA development funds | Penn National bows out | Violent crime drop | Kurt Vile mural buffed

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. Here's what we're reading this Monday morning: An Inquirer editorial today calls Council the “lords of land use” and suggests that councilmanic prerogative, campaign…

    • A rowhouse demolition. | Phillytrax, EOTS Flickr Group
    • Convention Center | David Swift, EOTS Flickr Group
    • Strawbridge grime, Photo by Phillytrax
    • Shakespeare Memorial, sculpted by Alexander Stirling Calder
    • Ben Franklin Bridge, Photo by Melon Images
    • LOVE Park - Visitors Center | Bob Bruhin
Eyes on the Street

February 17: DRPA pork at PATCO's peril | Roxy theater reborn | Art Commission asks for reworked Museum of American Revolution design | plannerly reasons #whyilovephilly | Keep LOVE Park's visitor center | Trivia

Happy Presidents Day, Streeters. Even though today’s a holiday and government offices, schools and libraries are closed, curbside trash pickup will occur as regularly scheduled. Whatever you’re up to just be…

    • Center City skyline, Photo by David Swift
    • Philadelphia Museum of Art
    • Co-Sign on our Lifetime, Photo by Phillytrax
Eyes on the Street

December 5: All eyes on Land Bank, City Council | DRPA hikes budget, not tolls | Bridesburg Trail nearing construction | Passyunk Square Civic Association celebrates 10th year

Hello Streeters! Today's temperature could hit an alarming 63 degrees. With only two full City Council hearings remaining before the new year, today could be decision day for the city's land…

    • race day
Eyes on the Street

August 13: DRPA dysfunction continues | North Philly vacancy then and now | Fly School in Kensington | Schools: funding, boycott, student voices

Good morning, Streeters. Here’s what’s buzzing on this rainy Tuesday: An audit reveals that the Delaware River Port Authority remains deeply dysfunctional, due in part to the actions of its…

    • Keystone Battery, Phillytrax
    • Pain Train, Photo by Phillytrax
Eyes on the Street

July 11: Asbestos in collapsed building's debris | Developer threatens opponents with lawsuit | Conrail bridge collapse hearing | PATCO project 47 percent more expensive | Drilling controversy in Delaware River | Tech company moves to East Falls | Photos

Good morning Eyes on the Street! Here's what people are buzzing about today. In the latest development around the June 5 building collapse at 22nd and Market, contractors have found remnants…

    • Marian Anderson Recreation Center, Photo courtesy of Phillytrax
Eyes on the Street

April 4: Chief Collections Officer | DRPA Investigation | Art Museum strategic vision | Former Glaxo HQ adaptive reuse | Bike sharing

Good morning Streeters! On PlanPhilly, Jared Brey reported yesterday that Mayor Nutter appointed Tom Knudsen, former CEO of Philadelphia Gas Works and Philadelphia Schools' chief recovery officer, as the city's first…

    • 1309 Noble
    • 400 N. Broad
Eyes on the Street

Jan 15: Bart on The Provence | PA nudges along city tax-reform | DRPA audit | Eva Gladstein to head Office of Community Empowerment and Opportunity | turning around the Prince

Good morning! Today is chillier than yesterday and it promises to rain again, so keep those umbrellas handy. Here's your Tuesday am Buzz:  Last night developer Bart Blatstein met with the…

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