Posts Tagged ‘Barnes Foundation’

Historic Designation For Suffragette Meeting House In Somerton

Historic Designation For Suffragette Meeting House In Somerton

October 14, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Victorian farmhouse designated nationally historic, reuse likely for Loudoun Mansion, NGT maps out path to protect 28 more gardens, House of Corrections in need of more space, a photography exhibit at the Barnes, and the marketing gimmick of renaming Columbus Boulevard > more

Over-Sold & Over-Lit On North Broad

Over-Sold & Over-Lit On North Broad

October 16, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Reviewing $14 million in misspent plans for North Broad, placemaking under the El, a million visitors to the Barnes, and exploring West Philly’s artist studios > more

New Barnes Exhibit Surveys The World's Best Work In Iron

New Barnes Exhibit Surveys The World’s Best Work In Iron

September 16, 2015  |  Morning Blend

“Strength and Splendor” opening Saturday, Planning Commission okays nine digital billboards, Streets Department gets traffic center, and historic preservation advocacy in West Philadelphia > more

Parkway Institutions To Take Revenue Hit From Pope Visit

Parkway Institutions To Take Revenue Hit From Pope Visit

July 6, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The financial inconvenience of being part of history, Taller Puertorriqueño to break ground on $11.4 million project in Fairhill this fall, celebrating the half-century fight for LGBT rights in the Gayborhood, and frequent commuter discounts likely to return for Delaware River bridge users > more

Furness Church Escapes Demolition, Will Be Reused For School Space

Furness Church Escapes Demolition, Will Be Reused For School Space

January 23, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Penn professor preserves Episcopal Church of the Atonement, a remnant from the early days of the Lincoln Highway, SOSNA considered Washington Ave mixed use, and some "Vintage Vaudeville" on display at the Barnes > more