• 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.

April 5-7: 'From Philadelphia With Love' | Furniture Show | Countdown to Germantown Day

Here's what's on tap this weekend, beyond First Friday, PIFA events, and the Phillies home opener: Film: Secret Cinema: From Philadelphia…

April 5: Penn's Landing Park | stalled Enterprise development project | Nutter on education | First Friday Weekend

Happy Friday Streeters!  It is almost hard to imagine a green park stretching over I-95 and connecting Old City with the…

Love Note #165: Theresa McCaul-Miller's love poem to Laurel Hill Cemetery

Here's another installation in our Philly Love Notes collaboration -  sweet peace found at Laurel Hill Cemetery. Love Note #165: Theresa…

April 4: Chief Collections Officer | DRPA Investigation | Art Museum strategic vision | Former Glaxo HQ adaptive reuse | Bike sharing

Good morning Streeters! On PlanPhilly, Jared Brey reported yesterday that Mayor Nutter appointed Tom Knudsen, former CEO of Philadelphia Gas Works…

South Kensington Block Deals with Rodents, Vacancy and Broken Sidewalks

Residents of the 1800 block of North 4th Street, between Berks and North Cadwallader streets, talked about the quality of life…

Thought Experiments: Human Geographies (4/3) and Curating the Public Realm (4/8)

From harnessing the visual power of maps in the name of social change to curating the messages embedded in street markings, …

Suburban Station: Nation's first train station virtual library

What is believed to be the nation’s first virtual library in a train station opened at Suburban Station this morning thanks…

April is for walkers

Happy first day of April, Streeters! If you've been feeling cooped up the past few months, several Philly groups have events…

April 1-5: You Only Live Twice | Building Philadelphia | The Porch opens | Snøhetta's Craig Dykers

Film: You Only Live Twice Monday, April 1, 6:30pm, film starts at 7pm. Center for Architecture, 1218 Arch Street. Architecture in…

March 31: Deadline for "first-level review" of AVI reassements

If you are among the Philly property owners who believe that your new property assessment is incorrect, the dealine to appeal…

March 29-31: Egg hunts at Clark Park, Stenton and East Passyunk | South Street Easter Promenade

Clark Park Egg Hunt Saturday, March 30, 11am-1pm. Clark Park, next to the todler playground. Kids aged 1-8 are welcome to…

March 29: Casinos don't generate local development | PHA to sell surplus property | No limit to road spending? | Philly's evolving accent | Chink's Steaks becomes Joe's | Sweets at Shane

Happy Friday, Streeters. Today is Good Friday so remember that city offices, schools, libraries and rec centers are closed and today’s…

City soliciting casino feedback online

As PlanPhilly's Kellie Patrick Gates reported, the City Planning Commission has been on a "listening tour" to gather public feedback…

Celebrate spring at The Porch

Spring is here and University City District is celebratng by relaunching its free, fair-weather programming at The Porch at 30th Street…

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