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    • Ed Bacon mural, Drury Street, Photo by Phillytrax
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Eyes on the Street

August 9: First day of school could be delayed | Home2 Suites, worst new building in city | Mantua collapse | Q&A with Nic Esposito | Regional Rail schedules change

Happy Friday, Streeters. Pay no attention to today’s humid gloom: the weekend promises to be beautiful. Here’s what’s buzzing this morning: Unless $50 million can fall from the sky, Superintendent William…

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    • Rendering of WRT designed Wannamaker Plaza, 11th and Montgomery
Eyes on the Street

July 22: Building collapse documents released but few departments appear at hearings | Temple tower tops off | South Star Lofts rising | Library tango

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. We're not supposed to melt this week, but it's still humid. Keep an umbrella handy as we're expecting isolated thunderstorms After initially resisting, the…

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    • PHS Pop-Up Garden 2013
Eyes on the Street

July 15: Site safety promises, concerns prior to collapse | blightlord loopholes | Family Court murals | Norristown HSL extension meeting | Pop-up delights

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. This week is supposed to be oppressively hot, promising this summer’s most scorching days. There’s an excessive heat warning in effect, so try to…

    • 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…

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Eyes on the Street

June 17: Maplewood Mall redo | school without support | abatement expansion proposal | building collapse update | PSFS practicality, urbanism

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. Here's what's making news this Monday morning: Germantown’s Maplewood Mall will see a $2.2 million renovation NewsWorks reports, and the Daily News looks at the…

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Eyes on the Street

June 14: AVI, cigarette tax passes Council | Salvation Army didn't decline scaffolding | Blight abounds | Delinquency, vacancy roundup | Lovett Library modernization

Happy Friday, Streeters. Make it a good one. Yesterday was a big day for tax legislation: The Actual Value Initiative passed City Council, establishing a property tax rate of 1.34%…

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Eyes on the Street

June 11: White, Male building trades | Nutter in Harrisburg | Philly's Park Score | Northeast Community Center in limbo | building collapse update

Good morning, Streeters. Here’s what’s making news this morning: In his Axis Philly column Tom Ferrick explores why Philadelphia’s building trades remain overwhelmingly male, white and suburban. But trades diversify when…

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