• 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.

Among 43 Knight Arts Challenge winners, many will bring art to public space and neighborhoods

This year's Knight Arts Challenge Philadelphia winners were announced Monday, marking the final round of of the three-year challenge grant program…

April 29-May 3: From Tracks to Parks | Building tall in 19th C. Philly | Bike Share Forum | Energy efficiency in older homes | Wood window workshop | DAG

This week you can learn about urban rails-to-trails parks, attend workshops for historic homeowners, learn about bike share programs, and more.…

April 29: $60m ask for Schools | SEPTA's economic impact | Dilworth rebuild running behind | Soko no Piazza | sidewalk cafe sweeps | inside City Hall's basement

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. Today we’ll see spring showers as April packs up and heads for the door. Today…

Penn Street Trail taking shape

In February construction began on the Penn Street Trail, an important segment of the growing trail system along the Delaware…

April 26-28: Asian Arts Initiative Benefit | ECOFEST | Wissahickon Clean Up | Flavors of the Avenue | Fairmount Arts Crawl | Carnaval de Puebla | Chinatown Parklet

Happy free pretzel Friday! Kick off your weekend in true, salty Philly style at any Philly Pretzel Factory store today. The…

April 30: Pedestrian and Bicycle Summit, test and talk bike share

Mark your calendars, Streeters: Tuesday, April 30 is chock-full of pedestrian/bicycle events that we don’t want you to miss: Greater Philadelphia…

Barnes Foundation partners with Fairmount Arts Crawl, hosts local artist

The Fairmount Arts Crawl is back and, thanks in part to the Barnes Foundation, this year’s event is even bigger. …

April 24: SEPTA's capital pinch | JP Morgan broker for PGW sale | deed theft easier than recovery | Sedgley reno | upcoming casino hearings

Good morning, and happy Wednesday, Streeters. Here’s what’s making news today: The Inquirer looks at what SEPTA’s skimpy $308 million capital…

Caring for the Vanna Venturi House like it's family

It is a rare thing to live in a modern landmark, much less a groundbreaking postmodern masterwork by Robert Venturi, but…

Nix federal building in need of repair

Market East's historic Robert N.C. Nix Federal Building and U.S. Courthouse could get a needed facelift thanks to a $3.416 million…

April 19-21: Public health talk | Barnes Arboretum walk | "Go West" Craft Fare | St. Augustine Church open house | Deaf Jam showing

Happy Friday Streeters! This weekend's event calendar has a little something for everyone: Drinks and discussion, an arboretum tour, entertainment packed…

April 19: AVI accuracy varies | Clarke wants Homestead Rebate extension | Stanton School to close | casino sites key | jobs on the Horizon | Delaware solar farm | Spring Garden Greenway update

Good morning! AxisPhilly has published internal documents from the Office of Property Assessment. According to Axis the documents show some areas…

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