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Bradley Maule

Bradley Maule is co-editor of the Hidden City Daily and the creator of Philly Skyline. He's a native of Tyrone, Pennsylvania, and he's hung his hat in Shippensburg, Germantown, G-Ho, Fishtown, Portland (Oregon), Brewerytown, and now Mt. Airy. He just can't get into Twitter, but he's way into Instagram @mauleofamerica.

New Apartments, Old Glory In West Philadelphia

New Apartments, Old Glory In West Philadelphia

October 23, 2013  |  Buzz

In West Philly's Mill Creek neighborhood, bricks and blight are a dime a dozen, but the new West Village Apartments are splashing "happy" colors at 48th & Brown--and with a patriotic flare > more

<em>Philadelphia</em> In 1993: Bruised And Battered

Philadelphia In 1993: Bruised And Battered

October 18, 2013  |  Vantage

The 2013 Philadelphia Film Festival will host a screening of Jonathan Demme's seminal film starring Tom Hanks and Denzel Washington on Tuesday at the Prince. It took home two Academy Awards in 1993, one for Hanks' leading role and one for Bruce Springsteen's theme song. Brad Maule watches the song's video and marvels at how far we've come on the streets of Philadelphia, with farther still to go > more

A Peek Into Penn's Landing's Future

A Peek Into Penn’s Landing’s Future

October 16, 2013  |  Buzz

DRWC and Hargreaves pulled the curtain on the first phase of designing a better, bolder Penn's Landing last night. Brad Maule draws highlights in this report > more

Premiering Penn's Landing's Next Generation

Premiering Penn’s Landing’s Next Generation

October 15, 2013  |  News

With a public meeting tonight, the Delaware River Waterfront Corporation and Hargreaves Associates will reveal the first designs for the future of Penn's Landing, including the completion of the I-95 cap between Walnut and Chestnut, planned development of the open spaces, and a new pedestrian bridge at South Street over Columbus Boulevard. > more

Blowin' Horns, Blowin' Breezes

Blowin’ Horns, Blowin’ Breezes

October 8, 2013  |  Buzz

For as rich a musical history as Philadelphia has, its jazz scene has been shamefully overlooked, even in its own backyard. It's through no fault of the Philadelphia Jazz Project's, though, and to that end, they're hosting a Jazz Walk in Fairmount Park this weekend to draw some attention to it, with free music and snacks to boot > more