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Donate Today And Help Us Stay The Course

November 21, 2014  |  News

What would Philadelphia be without Hidden City Daily? That question looms as we end the 9th day of our annual campaign. Co-editor Michael Bixler has this special message to our readers > more

Year Four Of The <em>Hidden City Daily</em>? We Need Your Help

Year Four Of The Hidden City Daily? We Need Your Help

November 13, 2014  |  News

Our annual campaign begins today. Watch our new video, consider the perks, think about what Hidden City means to you. Then make your donation today! > more

Blue Horizon Fights For Its Life At Historic Designation Meeting This Wednesday

Blue Horizon Fights For Its Life At Historic Designation Meeting This Wednesday

November 10, 2014  |  Developing Challenges, News

Legendary boxing venue Blue Horizon gets ready for another round as its nomination for historic designation goes before the Philadelphia Historical Commission on Wednesday at City Hall > more

Bid Process Reveals Uncertain Future For Delaware Power Station

Bid Process Reveals Uncertain Future For Delaware Power Station

October 30, 2014  |  Developing Challenges, News

Bids for purchase and redevelopment of the Delaware Power Station are due Monday at 5PM. What will they tell us about the monumental building's future? Ryan Briggs talks to some experts and considers the future of this part of the Delaware waterfront > more

Saying Goodbye To Stokes House

Saying Goodbye To Stokes House

October 29, 2014  |  News

The end is near for the Stokes house of Holme Circle. Despite efforts by a local civic association to save the 19th century stone farmhouse at 2976 Welsh Road, it will be razed any day now for new residential development. Hidden City co-editor Michael Bixler took a trip out to Holmesburg to bid the building a fond farewell > more