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Livable Communities and Philadelphia

On Monday, May 17th, Livable Communities Task Force Members Earl Blumenauer and Allyson Y. Schwartz will join Penn Design School’s Penn Praxis and the Academy of Natural Sciences in Philadelphia for…

Philly Weekly Spotlights the Delaware Riverfront

In this week's Multimedia section of Philadelphia Weekly, Stephen Metzger posts a video about the Delaware riverfront, the many neighborhoods it touches and the variety of activities at the river's…

Gardeners Needed in Kensington

Gardeners Needed Our Greening Committee is working to restore two community gardens in time for the 2010 growing season.  In particular, gardeners are needed for the Thompson and Mascher garden. Gardeners…

On track: Phila. waterfront rail line

Inquirer: On track: Phila. waterfront rail line Plans for a waterfront rail line in Philadelphia took a step forward yesterday, as a Delaware River Port Authority committee approved a $6.5…

Bart Blatstein to break ground on supermarket in Northern Liberties

First reported on Philebrity: On Tuesday, February 16 at 3:30 p.m, developer Bart Blatstein will be breaking ground on his long-rumored shopping center at Second Street and Girard Ave. in…

Ronnie Polaneczky: Gambling pays off for riverfront

Daily News -- Ronnie Polaneczky: Gambling pays off for riverfront Listening to Joe Rafter talk about how much fun he's having these days, sprinkling money over the Penn Treaty Special Services…

Inquirer: Volunteers turn Kensington playground into skatepark

Inquirer: Volunteers turn Kensington playground into skatepark Driven by frustration over the open-air drug dealing at abandoned Pop's Playground in Kensington, Laura Semmelroth walked into the Philadelphia Skateshop two years…

Daily News: Port Richmond blames its splitting headache on slumlord tactics

Inquirer: Port Richmond blames its splitting headache on slumlord tactics The Port Richmond of the early 1990s had working-class charm. Neighbors traded Crock-Pot recipes. They knew every kid by name.…

Daily News Editorial: On the waterfront

Daily News: On the waterfront FOR THOSE disgusted with events like the recent transit strike - in which deals are done in closed rooms with citizens having little say in…

Girard Avenue ramp to I-95 North closes for 10 months

Girard Avenue ramp to I-95 North closes for 10 months The Girard Avenue ramp to northbound Interstate 95 and northbound Aramingo Avenue in Philadelphia will close Monday (Sept. 28) for the…

Inquirer: Market-Frankford El in need of repairs

Inquirer: Market-Frankford El in need of repairs The Frankford elevated line, which was completely rebuilt in the 1980s and 1990s to last for 75 years, needs significant repairs because of…

July 25: Skate Space in East Kensington Opening Event!

Franklin's Paine Skatepark Fund, the Friends of Pop's Playground, and New Kensington CDC present the grand opening of Skate Space, a multi-use, skateboard friendly public space in East Kensington. In the…

Norris Square Community Parade with Spiral Q

PRESS RELEASEContact: Tracy Broyles, Executive DirectorT: 215-222.6979 (w) 215-779-1147(c)tbroyles@spiralq.org               Norris Square Residents Embrace Innovative Collaboration to Celebrate Community, Create ParadePhiladelphia, PA - On Friday,…

Changing Skyline: Building a McMini

Changing Skyline: Building a McMini Inquirer architecture critic Inga Saffron writes about the $100,000 house being built in East Kensington that is already receiving accoldaes for its energy-efficient design.

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