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UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, March 2010

GRID Philly, April 2010 GRID magazine is a new Philadelphia-based magazine for sustainability. Covering topics such as energy, food, shelter, transportation, ecology and culture. DVRPC Focus Newsletter, March 2010 Delaware Valley…

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…

UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, February 2010

GRID Philly, March 2010 GRID magazine is a new Philadelphia-based magazine for sustainability. Covering topics such as energy, food, shelter, transportation, ecology and culture. Sustainable Communities Initiative - West Philadelphia, February…

Philabundance Opens Produce Distribution Site in West Philly

UC Review: Philabundance Opens Produce Distribution Site in West Philly Philabundance’s Fresh For All program will open its first West Philadelphia site beginning Wednesday, February 10.  Located in the parking…

To UCity Small Businesses: Reduce Energy & Receive Rebate

UC Review: To UCity Small Businesses: Reduce Energy & Receive Rebate With electric bills set to sky rocket in 2011—that’s when PECO’s rate caps will be removed and the cost…

West Philadelphia Spotlight: The Gables Bed & Breakfast

To step into The Gables Bed and Breakfast is to step back in time. The meticulously restored Victorian is on the edge of Clark Park and a just a stone’s throw…

Historic Baltimore Avenue Churches Promote Community Use

Historic Baltimore Avenue Churches Promote Community Use The sacred places in our neighborhood stand out as landmarks on our blocks and along our avenues but too often we value them from…

UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, January 2010

Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission Newsletter: Winter 2010 The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission is dedicated to uniting the region's elected officials, planning professionals and the public with a common vision…

Would you like to have a community garden installed on your site, free of charge?

Would you like to have a community garden installed on your site, free of charge? Urban Farming (www.urbanfarming.org), a non-profit, is looking for 1-2 sites in our community to…

Inquirer: El reconstruction over, biz owners eye rebound in West Philly

Inquirer: El reconstruction over, biz owners eye rebound in West Philly Decades of losing business to malls and the past 10 years of losing neighborhood customers to the frequent street…

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UPDATED: Publications and Newsletters, December 2009

Pennsylvania Planning Association "Vantage Point" A publication of the Pennsylvania chapter of the American Planning Association. Biohabitats, Leaf Litter: Winter Solstice 2009 Temperatures and snowflakes are beginning to drop. What better…

UC Review: Market Street Revitalization Begins

UC Review: Market Street Revitalization Begins The University City District (UCD) is reporting that Market Street in University City is getting a facelift. Work began in November on a project…

University City Review profiles Centennial Café in Fairmount Park

University City Review profiles Centennial Café in Fairmount Park Maybe it’s the historical fact that the Centennial Café is housed in the only remaining State House from the 1876 Centennial that…

Call to artists for West Philadelphia benefit

The 40th Street Artist in Residence (AIR) Program, provides one year of free studio space to West Philadelphia artists. In exchange, the artists must complete community outreach projects. One such project…

University City Inspirational Gardens Announced

On Tuesday, November 17, University City District (UCD), in partnership with UCGreen, hosted the fifth annual University City Inspirational Gardens Awards reception.  The ceremony recognized 21 exceptional University City gardens -…

Drexel Breaks Ground on Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building

Drexel University has broken ground for a new science building named for its late president. The $70 million Constantine Papadakis Integrated Sciences Building at 33rd and Chestnut in Philadelphia is expected…

Trees cut down at 40th and Market: They will be replanted

UC Review: Trees cut down at 40th and Market: They will be replanted For those UCity residents who noticed that the 75 trees UC Green volunteers planted in 2007 at…

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