• 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.

Love Note #170: Judi Rogers' 40 year love affair with the Parkway

Here's another installation in our Philly Love Notes collaboration -  an abiding affection for the Parkway. Love Note #170: Judi…

April 18: Northeast health center needs | Philadelphia's new online school | Penn Treaty Village hearing | Bridge danger | Bankrupt AC casino

Roughly 18,000 patients in the Northeast are without a primary-care provider, and about 40 percent have chronic illness. Yet the average…

Rivera Rec raising funds for intergenerational garden, orchard

The Parks and Recreation Department's Youth Urban Agriculture Program has about a week left to raise $400 and reach its $2,163…

Philly Tech Week's plannerly side

City planners, preservationists, zoners and other PlanPhilly readers are in luck next week, as the annual Philly Tech Week is set…

April 16: Boston aftermath | PA tax extension | gentrification relief | envision City Branch Park | SugarHouse settles illegal dumping claim | Fishtown made

Good morning, Streeters. Our hearts are with Boston this morning after explosions caused carnage at the Boston Marathon yesterday, including the…

Paine's Park will open May 22

The shape of Paine's Park, the city's new skate-centric public space, is coming clearly into view after six months of construction.…

April 15-19: Terry Farrell | Making ViaductGreene | Victorian Philadelphia | SEPTA hearing

LECTURE: Sir Terry Farrell Monday, April 15, 6pm. PennDesign, Meyerson Hall, 210 South 34th Street. Renowned architect and planner Sir…

April 15: SugarHouse expansion | new life for Quaker City Dye Works | Roxborough Reservoir stormwater project | URBN Center opens | guns everywhere | tax filing frustration

Welcome to the working week, Streeters. Here's what's making news this morning: As Philadelphians learn more about the six applicants for…

Neighborhood Surveys: Old City and Passyunk Avenue

Have a suggestion for neighborhood improvement services in Old City or the business mix along Passyunk Avenue? Share your thoughts by participating…

April 12 - 14: Food festivals | Philadelphia Book Festival | Sakura Sunday | Farm and Food Fest | Clover Market

Happy Friday! Still looking for something to do this weekend? Volunteers are set to swarm the city for the annual Philly…

Seeds sown for South Philly High's big green ambitions

Imagine a school building topped with a huge rooftop farm and a solar array, kitchen gardens outside of the culinary classroom,…

April 11: Rec center report | Please Touch seeks $30 million | Hidden City Festival returns | Saving the Pennsylvanian | chess champs

Good morning Streeters. Philly broke its 87 degree record temp yesterday, but things are set to cool down a little today.…

Philly Spring Cleanup preview: Painting, river work, Chinatown street sweep, playgrounds and more

The warm weather is here just in time to get everyone outside for the sixth annual Philly Spring Cleanup Day.…

Fabric Row Fire Relief Fund launched

The Queen Village Neighbors Association launched a Fabric Row Fire Relief Fund to assist those displaced by Saturday's tragic fire at…

April 10: 205 Race design to maximize billboard view | Snøhetta on 21st century libraries | homeless carnival | Fishtowners back Wynn | red light fines

Good morning Streeters. Philly could hit record-high temperatures again today, and these summery days could mean a summer-like storm. Brown…

Keepin' It Local: Alternative currency circulates in Kensington

As part of their reporting for Philadelphia Neighborhoods and PlanPhilly, Sara Khan and Diana Cooper checked in on South Kensington's Keepin' It…

April 9: Councilmanic rezoning to benefit 205 Race St | Blatstein buys on Rittenhouse, Piazza update | Hollaback ad campaign | Made in America returning | free cone day

Good morning Streeters. It promises to be an even warmer day than yesterday, so be sure to get out and enjoy…

Preservation hardship rule revisions on hold

After being dropped from the Historical Commission’s agenda last month, proposed rule changes to the city’s preservation hardship regulations remain on…

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