Posts Tagged ‘Chestnut Hill’

Advocacy Group To Urge Lawmakers To End “Lingering” Zoning Variances

Advocacy Group To Urge Lawmakers To End “Lingering” Zoning Variances

April 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

CDAG to work towards “reasonable sunset provisions” on waterfront development proposals, the promise of the Mantua Promise Zone, Charles Willson Peale and the revolutionary museum imperative, SEPTA to test all-night subway service this summer, and cherries blossoming in Chestnut Hill > more

Incident On Wissahickon White Trail, Or, An Open Letter To Dog People

Incident On Wissahickon White Trail, Or, An Open Letter To Dog People

April 10, 2014  |  Soapbox

While hiking alone yesterday in the Wissahickon, Brad Maule encountered two dogs running off-leash, and they didn't respond well to his trash grabbing apparatus > more

The Best Yet From Dranoff

The Best Yet From Dranoff

February 7, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Why the "long-legged" Spruce Street building gets it right, shuttered Alexander Wilson Elementary to go residential, Black History Month exhibition in Chestnut Hill, and tax help sites open across the city > more

Martha Mayer Erlebacher, “Just In” At The Woodmere

Martha Mayer Erlebacher, “Just In” At The Woodmere

January 17, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Four decades of Figurative Realism on display in Chestnut Hill, City and state promise $35 million for public work in new Comcast build, two decades of work at Gorgas Park, and the Marriott settles in at the Navy Yard > more

Expansion At The Woodmere, Take 2

Expansion At The Woodmere, Take 2

November 26, 2013  |  News

The Woodmere Art Museum's recharged its batteries and looks again to expansion. Only this time, Brad Maule reports, the museum and its neighbors seem to be on the same page as Chestnut Hill native Matthew Baird comes on board as architect > more