Posts Tagged ‘Fishtown’

CDC To Celebrate Half Century Of Protecting And Enriching Chinatown

CDC To Celebrate Half Century Of Protecting And Enriching Chinatown

April 19, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Chinatown CDC turns 50, fire protection measure advances in Council, locally based restaurant chain supporting Philly’s creative scene, Ryan Howard’s name likely to grace new Urban Youth Academy, and the misguided development of Washington Ave > more

Fishtown Church Conversion Summons Spiritualist Past

Fishtown Church Conversion Summons Spiritualist Past

March 31, 2016  |  News

Philadelphia's only purpose-built Spiritualist church trades séances for office space at Frankford and Thompson. Michael Bixler reports. > more

LOVE And The Purpose Of Public Art

LOVE And The Purpose Of Public Art

February 22, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Artist urges us back to the basics of public art, still waiting for Dilworth Park’s Pulse, honoring the unpretentious Philly dive bar, Alan Greenberger looks back and ahead, and a new mural installation in Fishtown > more

When Trump Didn’t Get His Philly Casino

When Trump Didn’t Get His Philly Casino

February 19, 2016  |  Morning Blend

A look at the mogul’s failed casino bid, on the “broverflow” from Fishtown’s transformation, Kenney’s vision for year one of vision zero, and Newbold civics to merge > more

Archdiocese Reaches Agreement Of Sale For Historic Fishtown Church

Archdiocese Reaches Agreement Of Sale For Historic Fishtown Church

February 12, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Apartments coming to St. Laurentius, to previewing the NCC’s latest exhibit, watch group to patrol Schuylkill River Trail, a Navy Yard jobs update, and exploring an abandoned warehouse in the Northeast > more