Posts Tagged ‘FDR Park’

The Days Of Philadelphia’s Tubercular Slaughterhouses

The Days Of Philadelphia’s Tubercular Slaughterhouses

December 8, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Cutting corners in the turn of the century meat industry, group lobbies for project that will expand its outreach, and Council getting serious about bandit signs > more

$100 Million Velodrome Proposed For FDR Park

$100 Million Velodrome Proposed For FDR Park

December 4, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Developers plan to beautify and replace South Philly parkland, a colorful art exhibit for Awbury Arboretum, and City Council gets to "Know Your Neighborhood" through data mapping > more

Where To Put Philly’s Bike Share Stations?

Where To Put Philly’s Bike Share Stations?

May 10, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Anticipating a dilemma for Philly’s Bike Share Program, Greenberger dreams of a rejuvenated Lower Schuylkill, Fairhill Square to rededicated a beloved sculpture, Swedish royalty to visit South Philly, and Philly tourism by the numbers > more

FDR: Skatepark That Defines An Attitude

FDR: Skatepark That Defines An Attitude

July 17, 2012  |  Vantage

We preview FDR Skatepark: A Visual History, to be released Thursday night and talk to Phil Jackson, the book's photo editor, about the park's evolution, users, and authenticity. The book includes work by 25 different photographers > more

Suburban, Exurban, New Urban South Philadelphia

Suburban, Exurban, New Urban South Philadelphia

February 3, 2012  |  Vantage

Take the Stofka tour through the deepest, farthest reaches of South Philly > more