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    • The focal point of Independence Mall is the former State House, where the founders debated the price of freedom.

August 25: NPS at 100 | East Market's second tower | FBI and Local 98

Today marks the National Park Service’s 100th birthday. Cynthia MacLeod, superintendent of Independence National Historical Park has an op-ed in today’s Inquirer on the centennial and the work NPS is doing…

    • Corn Exchange National Bank & Trust Co., 3rd and Arch Streets

Office conversion of Corn Exchange / Real World house in Old City edging forward

To a certain generation, the former bank at the corner of Arch and North 3rd streets is MTV’s Real World house. More recently it was an event space, but now plans…

    • Washington Avenue at 9th, August 2015
    • Parking on South Broad Street | Steve Ives, Flickr
    • An American eagle caps the main entrance to the former post office building at 30th and Market Streets.
    • Centennial Commons: Neighborhood Edge | Studio Bryan Hanes

Fall construction start for Centennial Commons park ‘porches’ in West Parkside

Parkside Avenue forms the boundary between the rowhouses of West Parkside and the Centennial District of West Fairmount Park. On one side of the Avenue are some of the city’s most…

    • Jewelers Row, August 2016
Eyes on the Street

Taking a Toll on Jewelers Row

What kind of city do we want to be? That’s the question ringing in my ears reflecting on the news that Toll Brothers has plans to raze five adjacent properties on…

    • Mary Seton Corboy | credit: Jennifer Kourkounis
Eyes on the Street

Remembering Greensgrow's Mary Seton Corboy: Grower of food, flowers, neighborhoods

In the pantheon of urban agriculture, few stand taller here than Mary Seton Corboy, founder and Chief Idea Officer of Philadelphia’s Greensgrow, a 19-year old trailblazing urban farm on East…

    • 30th Street Station illuminated for DNC with LED

July 28: Convention environmentalism | Candidates on infrastructure | Sidewalk burdens

It's DNC Day 4, Philly, and the end is in sight. Stay tuned to NewsWorks’ Decision 2016 page for all things convention week. If seeing all those plastic water bottles used…

    • Protesters march down Broad Street, July 26, 2016 | Brad Larrison for NewsWorks

July 27: Public art seeks Common Ground at convention | Keeping peace | Why affordable housing is unaffordable to build

It's DNC Day 3, Philly, and we’re halfway there. Stay tuned to NewsWorks’ Decision 2016 page for all things convention week. What makes the good life? What is truth? Artists are…

    • Riding Through Under the El | Theresa Stigale

July 26: Know-Nothings of today | Reality tour of Kensington | Homeless outreach

DNC Day 2, Philly. Stay cool and stay tuned to NewsWorks’ Decision 2016 page for all things convention week -- from street protests to politics in the hall.  Speaking at the…

    • Democratic Donkey greeted at 1936 convention as it eats information desk paperwork. | Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries, Philadelphia, PA
Eyes on the Street

Conventions past: Democrats in Philly, 1936

Once again Philadelphia is the happy host for to a national political convention, and we're taking a look back at conventions held in the city via the Evening Bulletin's photo archives.…

    • South Broad, convention ready | Steve Ives, EOTS Flickr Group

July 25: Tim Kaine, urbanist | Silverliner stress tests | South Street embezzlement

It's time to welcome the DNC, Philly. Stay tuned to NewsWorks’ Decision 2016 page for all things convention week. Wondering who Tim Kaine is? An urbanist. CityLab lays out Hillary Clinton’s…

    • 4046-48 Chestnut Street / Photo by Joe Kavanagh for PlanPhilly

Stay of demolition in place for 4046-48 Chestnut until October, pending appeal and designation hearings

In an opinion issued July 20, Court of Common Pleas Judge Linda Carpenter ordered that the stay of demolition for 4046-4048 Chestnut Street is to remain in effect until October 15,…

    • Press vehicles gather at the Bellevue-Stratford, June 25, 1948 | Evening Bulletin | Special Collections Research Center, Temple University Libraries, Philadelphia, PA
Eyes on the Street

Conventions past: Republican National Conventions in Philly, 1900, 1940 and 1948 in pictures

As Philadelphia prepares to host the Democratic National Convention next week, we're taking a look back at conventions held in the city via the Evening Bulletin's photo archives. While Republicans gather…

    • Lead muralist Brad Carney jumps in the air amidst interns and students painting 'Rhythm & Hues' at Eakins Oval. (Bastiaan Slabbers for NewsWorks)
Eyes on the Street

Spotted: The Oval striking musical tone for 2016

Every year the parking lot in the middle of Eakins Oval is painted with a mural, setting the theme for the seasonal park space.  It’s had a touch of the shore…

    • 5th Street / Independence Hall: Platform rendering | courtesy of SEPTA

Art Commission approves rehab of 5th Street El station, denies digital displays at SEPTA entrances

SEPTA is not only renaming the 5th Street Station on the Market-Frankford Line, it’s giving the tired station its first major overhaul since the Bicentennial. The project team presented revised conceptual…

    • Illustration of proposed Skyspace at Philadelphia Museum of Art | KSK

New Turrell 'Skyspace' planned by Philadelphia Museum of Art

Behind the Philadelphia Museum of Art, overlooking the falls and Fairmount Water Works below, there are two gazebos. Now the museum is proposing installation of a third, 21st century addition to…

    • Rail Park Phase 1 Callowhill terminus | Studio Bryan Hanes

July 11: Viaduct tax delinquency | Protesting in the street | Falls Bridge Lofts

Good morning, Philly. Let’s make this a better week, and for you regional rail commuters, here’s to a new contingency schedule for SEPTA. If money is among the most significant obstacles…

    • 4046-4048 Chestnut, next to 4050 Chestnut

Pending demolition and designation on Chestnut Street in Spruce Hill

The wall clock in Judge Linda Carpenter’s City Hall courtroom is stopped. But in preservation questions, as in life, timing is everything. Time is the elemental issue in a case before…

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