Posts Tagged ‘Fairmount Park’

Preservation And Contemporary Design For 36th And Walnut

Preservation And Contemporary Design For 36th And Walnut

January 21, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The Ronald O. Perelman Center for Political Science and Economics to open in three years, annual homeless census tonight, Woodford Mansion in need of stewards, and a look the Bicycle Coalition’s goals for 2020 > more

In Fairmount Park,

In Fairmount Park, “Unsurpassed” Collection Of Mansions Dressed For The Holidays

December 11, 2014  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Every year the houses of Fairmount Park get gussied up for their holiday open house tours. Harry K decks the halls with boughs of laurel with his rundown of the largest and finest collection of authentic colonial and federal houses in the United States > more

City Agrees To Increased Access, Educational Center In East Park Reservoir

City Agrees To Increased Access, Educational Center In East Park Reservoir

August 14, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Two groups leased the 37-acre site last month, Penn Health announces $1.5 billion expansion project, and Rendell and Nutter entertain the DNC > more

At Laurel Hill, An 1830 Music Room Lives On

At Laurel Hill, An 1830 Music Room Lives On

August 7, 2014  |  Vantage

Thought all the vestiges of the Bicentennial were gone? Not this--a nearly 40 year old music series at Laurel Hill Mansion > more

Finding The (Diverse) Faces Of Boathouse Row

Finding The (Diverse) Faces Of Boathouse Row

August 1, 2014  |  Buzz

Noticing the wide range of age and racial diversity on the river, rower and photographer Sabina Pierce put together a series of portraits of Philadelphia's rowers, on display along Boathouse Row > more