Posts Tagged ‘Delaware River’

Time Is Right To Redevelop Festival Pier, Says Waterfront Corporation

Time Is Right To Redevelop Festival Pier, Says Waterfront Corporation

February 18, 2015  |  Morning Blend

DRWC requests “expressions of interest,” Divine Lorraine Hotel to be reused as apartments instead, Center City’s real estate market in 2014 by the numbers, and Planning Commission opposes 3D signage bill > more

Ahead of Convention, SEPTA To Undertake “Targeted Heavy Maintenance” & Beautification

Ahead of Convention, SEPTA To Undertake “Targeted Heavy Maintenance” & Beautification

February 13, 2015  |  Morning Blend

SEPTA to delay major renovation project a few more months, Bissinger’s dos and don’ts for convention-goers, Army to use explosives to deepen section of Delaware River, and a freelance illustrator sets up shop at Reading Terminal > more

Rebooting Bookie's: Garces Group Awakens The Spirit Of An Old Original Legend

Rebooting Bookie’s: Garces Group Awakens The Spirit Of An Old Original Legend

January 14, 2015  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

In honor of Chef Jose Garces' reopening of the Old Original Bookbinder's at Second and Walnut Streets last week, Harry K serves us up this history on a half shell. From its humble beginnings as a 19th century dockside oyster saloon to becoming Philadelphia's most famous restaurant, Bookie's reputation still endures > more

Isaiah Zagar To Preview Magic

Isaiah Zagar To Preview Magic “Cathedral”

December 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

New mosaic project on Watkins Street, West Philly man to keep art studio, why you ought to visit Glen Foerd, and a singular redevelopment history at 7th & Snyder > more

Composer Debuts Ode To Philadelphia's Waterways With

Composer Debuts Ode To Philadelphia’s Waterways With “Rivers”

November 6, 2014  |  Buzz

Composer Josh Stamper debuts the first installment of his ethereal love letter to Philadelphia with "Rivers". The multimedia composition will be performed this Saturday at the Trinity Center for Urban Life > more