Posts Tagged ‘Avenue of the Arts’

PAFA Exhibits The Innovative & Inappropriate Photography Of Thomas Eakins

PAFA Exhibits The Innovative & Inappropriate Photography Of Thomas Eakins

October 20, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Eakins through the lens, Lincoln Square renderings, Philly jazz greats honored, and colonial surveying tools come in Fairmount Park > more

Plans Revealed For $16.5 Million LOVE Park Redesign

Plans Revealed For $16.5 Million LOVE Park Redesign

October 27, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Proposal to go to Art Commission on November 4, The Roots and several other artists honored on South Broad, getting the word out on Indego’s benefits, and volunteers resist displacement in North Philly > more

Why Is The Zoning Board So Often At Variance With RCOs?

Why Is The Zoning Board So Often At Variance With RCOs?

July 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Explaining the protracted reform of the Zoning Board of Adjustment, Spruce Hill developers plan to redo devastated corner, the Roberts still bolstering South Broad Theater, foundation buckles in Cobbs Creek, PPA interested in mobile payment system, and Philly drone photography > more

No Loss Of Dignity At Tindley Temple

No Loss Of Dignity At Tindley Temple

March 24, 2014  |  News

The AIA has awarded its Landmark Building of the Year for 2014 to Tindley Temple, the historic African American church on the Avenue of the Arts. The award is for more than architecture. It comes just as church officials are exploring strategies to survive > more

Ed On Ed: Hidden City Chats With Rendell, Set To Receive Bacon Prize

Ed On Ed: Hidden City Chats With Rendell, Set To Receive Bacon Prize

February 12, 2014  |  Vantage

Former Mayor and Governor Ed Rendell will on Tuesday receive the 2014 Edmund N. Bacon Prize, given annually to someone for their accomplishments in planning, development, design, and community improvements. Rendell's advocacy and investment in infrastructure earned him this year's Prize. Hidden City co-editor Brad Maule talks with him about Bacon, water mains, Penn's Landing, preservation and more in this Q&A > more