Posts Tagged ‘Frankford Avenue’

Railside Beautification

Railside Beautification

November 18, 2013  |  Morning Blend

The arrival of the aesthetically pleasing post-industrial train corridor, Viveros depicts Frankford’s past and character in murals, previewing the Central Northeast District Plan, and an interactive gallery for the National Liberty Museum > more

South Philly’s Train Factory

South Philly’s Train Factory

November 1, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Philly making trains again, three residential projects for Northern Liberties and Frankford Avenue, the Planning Commission wants to eliminate ghost parks, and mapping Greater Philadelphia's social mobility > more

Starting Tonight: Geek Out On Lit

Starting Tonight: Geek Out On Lit

October 17, 2013  |  Buzz

Flash fiction marathon? BiblioDiscotheque? Writer's Night in America? Literary Mix Tape? The king of smut fiction? Yes, all that and more, including Hidden City co-editor Nathaniel Popkin and contributor Nic Esposito at the 215 Festival, which starts tonight > more

With Johnny Brenda's At 10, A Look Anew At Fishtown

With Johnny Brenda’s At 10, A Look Anew At Fishtown

September 24, 2013  |  Vantage

The time, it does fly. Johnny Brenda's, a benchmark in the rebirth of Fishtown, turns 10 years old this week. Brad Maule, who's spent a good bit of time hosting panels and hoisting pilsners during those years, looks into how JB's has helped effect change in the neighborhood > more

Grants Secured For Two Frankford Improvement Projects

Grants Secured For Two Frankford Improvement Projects

May 30, 2013  |  Morning Blend

A half-million to fuel development in Lower Northeast District, shortening the leash on deadbeats contracted by the School District, Wayne Junction-area daycare proposal not too popular, and > more