• Learn about the conditions that led to Frank Furness' most incredible masterworks, including the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts seen here, on Wednesday.
      Learn about the conditions that led to Frank Furness' most incredible masterworks, including the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts seen here, on Wednesday.

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2013 REWIND: What you were reading on EOTS

Eyes on the Street published more than 600 pieces in 2013 and once again we covered a lot of ground: We…

2013 in Photos: In Motion

This week we've been looking back at 2013 in pictures. We've focused on places, faces, and today's slideshow features the city…

2013 in Photos: Faces

On Monday we featured a slideshow of Philly places as seen by our mighty fine clan of Eyes on the Street…

2013 in Photos: Places

We have an amazing group of photographers who contribute all year long to the Eyes on the Street Flickr Group,…

Happy Holidays

Good morning, Streeters. Eyes on the Street will be largely away from the keyboard until Monday, January 6. But, as 2013 winds…

What's going on at 4601 Market?

The transformation of 4601 Market, the former Provident Mutual Life Insurance campus, into a new headquarters for the Philadelphia Police Department,…

Bike lane parking? Tweet it to PPA

Any city bike rider has run up against cars and trucks parked or double-parked in bike lakes all over town. It…

Mural Arts project opens storefront, fights youth homelessness

A new Mural Arts program is using a Lancaster Avenue storefront to create dialogue around the issue of youth homelessness.  Friday…

Demolition underway for Episcopal brownstones and 40th Street M.E. Church

For more than a year we've been anticipating the leveling of the Episcopal Cathedral's brownstones at 38th and Chestnut and the…

December 17: TLA Video cinema/pub | SLS International tower | Marathon Farm's future | Rome learning from Philly | Connecting to 'familiar strangers' | Hall & Oates to Rock Hall

Good morning, Streeters. Stay warm out there today and be careful during rush hour since Philly could see a bit more…

Five hopeful things about the Land Bank

Philadelphia will be the biggest American city to establish a municipal land bank once Mayor Nutter signs the land bank bill…

December 16-20: College Night at Waterfront Winterfest | 'A Christmas Story' | Stag and Doe | 'Coltrane's Philadelphia'

This week, get your holiday spirit on and take in the new documentary about John Coltrane. SKATE: College Night at Waterfront…

December 16: Homicides down | Change at Wannamaker School site | Cashing in on LOVE Park | Reusing Greater St. Matthew | Bike share's demographic problem | Reimagining Roosevelt Blvd

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. We hope you enjoyed a safe weekend amid the slush and ice – there’s more…

Recognizing Roxborough: Is the neighborhood losing its character?

Roxborough has been in the news recently due to new development projects along Ridge Avenue, the main artery of this Northwest…

December 13-15: Second Friday on Lancaster Ave | History happy hour | Pennypacker Mills Open House | Fairmount Water Works opera | Zoo Noel

Enjoy your weekend! STROLL Second Friday on Lancaster Ave Friday, December 13. 5pm - 10pm. Lancaster Avenue from 34th Street to…

December 13: Council approves land bank | W Hotel gets $33 million subsidy | Gaming Control Board hearings | Rail Park video | Rolling Stone visits Camden

Happy Friday, Streeters! As I'm sure you've heard, it is going to snow this weekend, but the experts are "still thinking"…

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