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THURSDAY: Official Opening of Delaware River Trail

Please join us as we unveil the new Delaware River Trail  Thursday, May 27, 2010  12:45 PM South Trail Entrance at Pier 64 (Turn off Columbus Boulevard into the shopping center parking lot…

University City: Community grant awardees breathe new life into Clark Park

A message from the University City District: University City District (UCD) and the Clark Park Partnership, a consortium that oversees park maintenance, events, policies and capital projects, is proud to…

UC Review: Clark Park gets donation from 27th Ward Democrats

UC Review: Clark Park gets donation from 27th Ward Democrats The Friends of Clark Park wish to thank the Democratic Party Committee of the 27th Ward for a generous donation…

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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…

Spring Garden Greenway improvement project begins May 22

May 3, 2010 A note from Northern Liberties Neighbors Association: The first step in our Spring Garden Greenway improvement project comesSaturday, May 22!We'll be planting 55 cedar trees along the…

Philly Parks Searching for Summer Interns

May 3, 2010 PHS and the Philadelphia Department of Parks and Recreation are preparing for another summer of the Youth Environmental Stewardship program (YES). Running from July 6 to August 13,…

UC Review: Touring the little republic known as Powelton

UC Review: Touring the little republic known as Powelton Whenever architect David S. Traub has work in Powelton, he calls in advance for permission to enter. He’s asked at which…

Clark Park’s 11th Annual Party for the Park

By Frank L. Chance  President, Friends of Clark Park Clark Park is one of the best features of West Philadelphia. My wife and I moved into the neighborhood in 1993, just…

Next Great City: Testify at City Council to Support Parks and Rec

From the Next Great City newsletter: On April 12, over 160 individuals representing over 70 organizations came to City Council Chambers to hear Commissioner Michael DiBerardinis, Commissioner Susan Slawson and Executive…

Philly Weekly: Mural Arts Developing Sense of Community on North Broad Street

Philly Weekly: Mural Arts Developing Sense of Community on North Broad Street Among the inner-city neighborhoods that are considered pleasant places to enjoy an early evening stroll, it’s probably safe…

Volunteer for Philadelphia Green

Philadelphia Green is looking for some hardy volunteers to help maintain some popular downtown landscapes.  Not only is this an opportunity to contribute to Philadelphia’s green image, but you’re bound to…

Parks and Recreation Issues RFI for Farming

The Department of Parks and Recreation has issued a request for information (RFI) to identify farmers and farm institutions that may be interested in operating and managing small plot, commercial, chemical-free…

UC Review: Community Grant Opportunities Announced for University City’s Clark Park

UC Review: Community Grant Opportunities Announced for University City’s Clark Park University City District (UCD) and the Clark Park Partnership, a consortium that oversees park maintenance, events, policies and capital…

Public art proposals for Margaret-Orthodox Market-Frankford Line Station

Artists living in the Greater Philadelphia area are invited to apply for a public art commission. Artists are asked to envision permanent artwork that will be seen by tens of thousands…

Weekly Press: Center City District Sued over Maintenance Exemption

Weekly Press: Center City District Sued over Maintenance Exemption The Center City District (CCD) was slammed with an class-action lawsuit earlier this month from former Pennsylvania Supreme Court Justice Russell…

Weekly Press: Washington Square Residents Accuse Park Service of Removing Tree

Weekly Press: Washington Square Residents Accuse Park Service of Removing Tree Washington Square Park, with its proximity to Independence Square, symbolizes many things to many people. For some, it’s revered…

Bike Sharing Feasibility Study Now Available Online

See Inquirer story here A message from Bike Share Philadelphia: Finally, the bike share feasibility study, "Philadelphia Bike share Concept Study," is finished and available for all to see. What…

UC Review: 40th St AIR Unites Artists with Community

UC Review: 40th St AIR Unites Artists with Community Like most artists, Cecilia Paredes always dreamed of having a studio of her own. For years, she worked from her small…

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…

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