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A Little Magic At The EverNever Night Market

A Little Magic At The EverNever Night Market

September 27, 2012  |  Found

A pop-up interactive art show on a vacant lot in Kensington--"the greatest underground art carnival you'll ever see" > more

Last Vestige Of Irish Lane

Last Vestige Of Irish Lane

August 10, 2012  |  Found

Ever wondered why some buildings are turned at odd angles? > more

Living Like The 1800s: Arch Street Meeting House

Living Like The 1800s: Arch Street Meeting House

July 16, 2012  |  Found

In Old City, there's no better example of a building unchanged by time. Gayle Christiansen gives us the tour > more

Echoes of the Bicentennial

Echoes of the Bicentennial

July 4, 2012  |  Found

Faded murals spotted in Kensington and Fishtown recall Philadelphia's bungled Bicentennial celebration in 1976. > more

Tiny Windows!

Tiny Windows!

May 17, 2012  |  Found

At Broad and Dauphin, a corner dollhouse that defied--and still defies--convention > more

Even Slums In The City Of The Dead

Even Slums In The City Of The Dead

May 11, 2012  |  Found

Ethan Wallace discovers that even cities of the dead have separatist enclaves, ethnically and racially diverse neighborhoods, elite suburbs, and yes, slums > more

The Last Elephant of West Mount Airy

The Last Elephant of West Mount Airy

April 23, 2012  |  Found

A remnant of a Chestnut Hill public art exhibit is on display in West Mount Airy, a colorful reminder of the wildness that lurks beneath our concrete jungle > more

Ponies Above Palethorp

Ponies Above Palethorp

April 18, 2012  |  Found

Near Norris Square, two blocks of gardens, including Iris Brown's famous Las Parcelas and this yard filled with toy and carousel ponies > more

More Phantoms of Fairmount Park

More Phantoms of Fairmount Park

April 5, 2012  |  Found

April is park month, according to the Maskar Philadelphia calendar and almanac, which features a schematic map of lost monuments from the Centennial World's Fair > more

Mini-Mansions of South Philly

Mini-Mansions of South Philly

April 4, 2012  |  Found

Rittenhouse Square is full of mansions. So is Spring Garden and Fairmount. Dozens survive in North Philadelphia, home of the most gilded robber baron estates. But South Philly? Rachel Hildebrandt discovers three of them on Cross Street, in the heart of the iconic Italian-American neighborhood > more

Bistro Folding Chairs, 30th Street

Bistro Folding Chairs, 30th Street “Porch”

March 22, 2012  |  Found

Veteran design writer Caroline Tiger debuts today on the Daily with some insight into the iconic French folding bistro chair, put to use in full flower in the new plaza outside 30th Street Station > more

Wooden Purses on Walnut

Wooden Purses on Walnut

March 22, 2012  |  Found

A display of rustic, recycled art objects pops up amid the fashionable shops > more

Gleaming, Or How A Kitchen Should Look

Gleaming, Or How A Kitchen Should Look

March 5, 2012  |  Found

At Termini Gold Medal Pastries in South Philly, second generation owner Vincent Termini will show you how it's done > more

Money To Loan!

Money To Loan!

March 2, 2012  |  Found

Shylocks beware. Peter Woodall aims his camera at money lender signs--past and present--across the city > more

Surviving February

Surviving February

February 28, 2012  |  Found

About to make it through the cruelest month, we find ourselves on the 18th Street of the 1990s, listening to the delirious grief of poet Stephen Berg > more

Schuylkill River Trail Construction Underway

Schuylkill River Trail Construction Underway

February 27, 2012  |  Found

From Shawmont to the Montgomery County line > more

Rat Island!

Rat Island!

February 15, 2012  |  Found

Just off the shipping channel in the tidal Delaware River, opposite the mouth of the Schuylkill, lies a half-acre island of scrubby trees, windswept pebbly beach, and upwards of ten thousand discarded plastic bottles > more

Pink Stickers And Possibility

Pink Stickers And Possibility

February 15, 2012  |  Found

The becoming ubiquitous pink sticker warns property owners of abandoned buildings: stop dissing the city > more

This Could Be A Park

This Could Be A Park

February 14, 2012  |  Found

East York and Emerald, in Kensington, a neighborhood plagued by massive vacant lots--all former mills--and yet no public green space > more

A Capone's Vault on the Viaduct

A Capone’s Vault on the Viaduct

February 10, 2012  |  Found

Everyone's talking about the Reading Viaduct, but what's inside its long-sealed train station? > more

X Marks The?

X Marks The?

February 1, 2012  |  Found

Is this stone X, under the Walnut Street Bridge, art or... > more

Before Sunnylands, There Was Sunny-Lands

Before Sunnylands, There Was Sunny-Lands

January 25, 2012  |  Found

The Annenberg estate, near Palm Springs, to open to the public March 1 as the "western Camp David," was named for Walter's father Moe's estate in the Poconos, near Milford, Pa. > more

The Fortunate Arrangement

The Fortunate Arrangement

January 24, 2012  |  Found

Memories of the Mercantile Library from an obscure insurance company executive who doubled as first rate essayist > more

A Crane, A God, And The Imagination Of A Child

A Crane, A God, And The Imagination Of A Child

January 20, 2012  |  Found

Never mind municipal corruption, poor design, and NIMBYism, cranes are pretty cool > more

The City In Clay

The City In Clay

January 17, 2012  |  Found

Students from Young Scholars Charter School in North Philadelphia build their own city with help from Old City's Claymobile > more

Dough Boy Park Complete At 2nd And Spring Garden

Dough Boy Park Complete At 2nd And Spring Garden

January 13, 2012  |  Found

DIGSAU's design meant to enhance the connection between the neighborhood and the waterfront > more

Mindwarp: Kresge's

Mindwarp: Kresge’s

January 10, 2012  |  Found

Throw on the Kresge's theme and take a tour of some of the remaining Kresge buildings, all over the city > more

And Then There Was One

And Then There Was One

January 5, 2012  |  Found

The vast J.G. Brill trolley and rail car plant in Southwest Philadelphia got torn down almost 60 years ago, but a single building somehow managed to survive > more

Ghosts of City Hall Station

Ghosts of City Hall Station

December 16, 2011  |  Found

Renovation of Dilworth Plaza will bring some improvements to City Hall Station, almost never completed due to the surprisingly poor foundation of City Hall > more

Doppelgangers

Doppelgangers

December 15, 2011  |  Found

Separated at birth: twin buildings five and a half miles apart > more

Schuylkill View, Manayunk

Schuylkill View, Manayunk

December 13, 2011  |  Found

In Manayunk, a crazy, jagged stone roofline led Ben Leech up a set of stairs and onto the remains of an estate called Schuylkill View > more

Calle Ocho/2nd Ward Republican Club

Calle Ocho/2nd Ward Republican Club

December 5, 2011  |  Found

Two spots in Found today: tropical color in South Philadelphia, and pouring foundations at the site of the old 2nd Ward Republican Club > more

Furness's Mt. Airy Station

Furness’s Mt. Airy Station

December 1, 2011  |  Found

Find yourself among 80,000 books at Walk a Crooked Mile Bookstore in the station at an open house this Friday evening > more

Malcolm X Slept Here

Malcolm X Slept Here

November 23, 2011  |  Found

We bet you didn't know that Malcolm X lived for a time in Philadelphia, early in his career with the Nation of Islam. But the FBI sure did > more

Natalie Wood, Bainbridge Street

Natalie Wood, Bainbridge Street

November 21, 2011  |  Found

An antique dealer pays homage to the long-mourned star > more

Melted Away

Melted Away

November 18, 2011  |  Found

Breyers Ice Cream--now a global brand owned by a multi-billion dollar Anglo-Dutch conglomerate--was founded in Philadelphia, once the ice cream capital of the country > more

Silverliner V In The House

Silverliner V In The House

November 16, 2011  |  Found

The long-delayed cars seems to be creeping into service--this one was carrying passengers into Market East > more

Rock Of Ages

Rock Of Ages

November 2, 2011  |  Found

In this age of the temporary, disposable, and generally shoddy, the City is still laying granite curbstones > more

Broadcast Across the Nation, 15th and Spruce

Broadcast Across the Nation, 15th and Spruce

October 20, 2011  |  Found

Lang Lang and the Orchestra seeks audience across America > more

Corner Store Nostalgia

Corner Store Nostalgia

October 17, 2011  |  Found

Time looks like it's standing still for one vacant shop on the corner of 8th and Carpenter > more

Little Miami?

Little Miami?

October 12, 2011  |  Found

South Street just east of Broad is starting to look a bit like South Florida > more

Enter the Skeleton Garden, 5th And Chestnut

Enter the Skeleton Garden, 5th And Chestnut

October 11, 2011  |  Found

A nod to Peale's mastodon, a sign of the future of urban gardening > more

South Street Bridge: Hopeful Additions

South Street Bridge: Hopeful Additions

October 10, 2011  |  Found

Streetscape improvements on the South Street Bridge > more

Traces Of The Peace Mission, South Broad

Traces Of The Peace Mission, South Broad

October 4, 2011  |  Found

An ordinary parking garage on South Broad Street is a part of a much greater story > more

Once A Church Of The Brethren

Once A Church Of The Brethren

October 3, 2011  |  Found

Inside that house, a mid 19th century church. > more

Alley Cats

Alley Cats

September 30, 2011  |  Found

Someone has a sense of humor on Van Pelt Street > more

Great Depression meets Great Recession

Great Depression meets Great Recession

September 28, 2011  |  Found

At 7th and Thompson, a New Deal-era mural in a post office to be closed. > more

No-Man's Land

No-Man’s Land

September 20, 2011  |  Found

Lenape squatter-ground or just a lost slice of the city? > more

Cities & Their Discontents

Cities & Their Discontents

September 19, 2011  |  Found

A new photo show examines dystopian (and utopian) urban environments > more

Dancing Among Dials

Dancing Among Dials

September 16, 2011  |  Found

See a dramatic installation at the former High Pressure Fire Service building and future home of the Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe > more

Royal Ceiling

Royal Ceiling

September 7, 2011  |  Found

Find your Italian prince at 18th and Walnut! Anthropologie has them in stock. > more

Cherubs Watching

Cherubs Watching

September 6, 2011  |  Found

A historic train station may be living on borrowed time. > more

Belgian Blocks Revealed

Belgian Blocks Revealed

August 10, 2011  |  Found

Repaving uncovers layers of the city's past > more