Stephen Currall recently received his BA in history from Arcadia University. Before beginning doctoral studies, he is pursuing his interest in local history, specifically just how Philadelphians engage their vibrant past. Besides skimming through 18th century letters, Steve is also interested in music and travel.
Mural honors four generations of rowing in Philadelphia, Commonwealth Court upholds methadone clinic permit in Holmesburg, City Council seeing results in blight fight, and a baseball exhibit opens this week at the National Museum of American Jewish History > more
Popkin urges design revolution for INHP space, Germantown residents eager for demolition of Queen Lane Apartments, Roxborough residents push for another dog park for the Lower Northwest, Mt. Sinai conversion approved, and Philly’s economy as large as Thailand’s > more
Local firm Amerimar Enterprises and partners team up to acquire 401 N. Broad, improvements for Gorgas Park war memorial, Rendell’s funding pitch for the Museum of the American Revolution, and the latest doings of the Art Commission > more
The statistics of Philly roadways’ safety, a look at the LOVE mythos, Dranoff talks Schuylkill development, and Starr trying to net $100K for schools > more
Market shifts pushing neighborhood to the brink, Controller irked by lack of upkeep of public art, NoLibs proposal called too bulky and cliché, and a survey of the Land Bank’s winning coalition > more