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    • Enjoy the beautiful start to the week by getting outside.
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Goldtex protest cooling | PhillyRising in Swampoodle | Le Grand Continental | sculpture at Globe Dye | St. Joe's buying cardinal's mansion

Is the union protest at the Golden loft conversion over? On Friday Hidden City Daily reported that the unions had pulled most protesters after a conversation with the developers, Post Brothers.…

    • Dancing Water | phillytrax, Eyes on the Street Flickr group
    • Goldtex detail, March 2012.
    • More people are taking in Philly's sites and museums - like the reopened Rodin - this summer.
    • After a water main broke at 21st and Bainbridge Sunday night, the Fire Department helped evacuate residents via boat. | Rob Lybeck, Eyes on the Street Flickr group
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After the flood South of South | Assumption lawsuits continue | Lower Northeast plan update | Liddonfield site to Holy Family | illegal work at Knights of Pythias Greenwood Cemetery

After a water main broke at 21st and Bainbridge Sunday night, the Fire Department helped evacuate residents via boat. | Rob Lybeck, Eyes on the Street Flickr groupIf you’re a…

    • “Sale” signs are still posted on the church and school, two weeks after the property was sold.

Demolition debate may continue over Church of the Assumption

The court battle over the demolition of the historic Church of the Assumption may continue, despite the recent change in ownership. Stradley Ronon Stevens and Young, the law firm representing Siloam,…

    • Architectural detail at Rodeph Shalom on North Broad Street.
    • Lipoff's: In the shadow of The Trestle. | phillytrax, Eyes on the Street Flickr group
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Piloting Callowhill NID services | digging for West Shipyard | eating Philly's catch | Globe Dye may offer live-work space | Judge sticks it to PPA

Lipoff's: In the shadow of The Trestle. | phillytrax, Eyes on the Street Flickr groupIt’s really thick out there today, but the temperature is only supposed to hit 91.…

    • A buyer has been found for the Church of the Assumption complex.
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Developer in contract for Church of the Assumption

PlanPhilly's Alan Jaffe reports that developer John Wei is under contract to buy the Church of the Assumption complex from Siloam, the social service organization that previously sought to raze…

    • Church of the Assumption sold to developer

Church of the Assumption sold to developer

After four years of trying to raze the historic building at 11th and Spring Garden Streets, the social service agency that owns the Church of the Assumption has sold it and…

    • July 9, 1954: Inquirer Building | Parker & Mullikin, Free Library of Philadelphia Print and Picture Collection
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Mid-Century Philly: Inquirer and Daily News HQs

As the Inquirer and Daily News move to their new home at 8th and Market this month, we look back at their old homes for today's installation of Mid-Century Philly.…

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Andy Reid talks Mormon Temple

In anticipation of the new Morman Temple that will be built at 17th and Vine, local Mormans held a symposium to help answer questions about their faith. PlanPhilly's Kellie Patrick Gates was…

    • Looking in the Parkway, 1925 (Image no. 4745) | Aero Service Corp. | Aerial Viewpoint, Spring, TX
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From Above: 'Looking in the Parkway, 1925'

Last week, I shared two aerials of the Parkway from 1920 and 1921. This week, as we close out our time on the Parkway for the moment, we zoom out…

    • Don't forget the umbrella: There's an 80% chance of rain and thunderstorms today.
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Music as neighborhood anchor | Mayor Blondell? | Gray's Ferry garden fight | Delaware waterfront development limbo | reviewing Economic Opportunity

Can music venues actually improve neighborhoods? They often face community opposition but Flying Kite considers the examples of Fishtown's Johnny Brenda’s, Union Transfer on Spring Garden, and planned rebirth of South…

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May 14-18: Le Grand Continental recruiting | Philadelphia's manufacturing future | PAFA After Dark: Real World | Logan in Full Bloom

Le Grand Continental Recruitment Tuesday, May 15 and Wednesday, May 16, 7-9pm. Live Arts Studio, 919 North 5th. Be a part of a Live Arts Festival show this year as one…

    • 11th & Spring | phillytrax, Eyes on the Street Flickr Group
    • Developer Michael Samschick's Pennthouses at Penn Treaty Village, Brown Street and Delaware Avenue..
    • New website

Friends of Race Street Pier monthly meeting recap

The Friends of Race Street Pier held their monthly meeting on May 8th.  The attached notes summarize the discussion. The Friends are working towards planning the July 6th First Friday celebration on…

    • The Race Street Pier kicks off its summer season with tonight.
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May 4-6: Art Star at Race Street Pier | Physick Plant Sale | Broad Street Run | Overbrook Farms Open House

First Friday @ Race Street Pier: Art Star Craft Bazaar Preview Friday May 4, 6-9pm. Race Street Pier, Race Street and Delaware Avenue. Next weekend the 9th Annual Spring Art Star…

    • Will the Inquirer building become part of a hotel-casino complex?
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Poll: A casino on Callowhill?

Since the license for a Foxwoods casino is officially dead, we've been wondering where a second casino might go in Philly, if at all. City Council President Darrell Clarke's pro-casino…

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