Posts Tagged ‘Benjamin Franklin Parkway’

Groups To Appeal Variance For Franklin Institute’s Flashing Signage On Parkway

Groups To Appeal Variance For Franklin Institute’s Flashing Signage On Parkway

February 5, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Logan Square residents fight to preserve Parkway streetscape, the possibilities and difficulties in reopening Franklin Square Park’s PATCO station, targeting blight in select neighborhoods seems to be working, and the Veep to speak in University City > more

School District Success Story Receives Grant To Become A Model For Others

School District Success Story Receives Grant To Become A Model For Others

January 24, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Science Leadership Academy receives $620K, a transparent university library for the Digital Age, Blatstein gets neighborhood agreement, and a look back at “The Fairmount Parkway” > more

A City Of Music Now--And Then

A City Of Music Now–And Then

August 29, 2013  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

With Made in America intended to stamp Philly a "city of music," Harry K dips into his Encyclopedia to uncover an ambitious city project: the early 1930s Municipal Bureau of Music--and its short-lived but widespread impact on Philadelphians > more

Can Sharswood Come Full Circle?

Can Sharswood Come Full Circle?

August 8, 2013  |  Morning Blend

The undulating trajectory of one North Philly block, Friends of Clark Park (conditionally) signs off on ambitious apartment project, Center City real estate taking a few hints from hotels, and the Wall Street Journal on the Parkway > more

Dreamtime In The Possible City

Dreamtime In The Possible City

July 25, 2013  |  Possible City

With the weather changing as it was last night, Nathaniel Popkin finds himself traveling--much farther than the confines of Center City > more