Posts Tagged ‘Historic Preservation’

An Antique Swimming Hole Under The El

An Antique Swimming Hole Under The El

September 15, 2014  |  The Shadow Knows

A public bath for five decades, this brick-arched beauty now houses a brush and broom manufacturer. The Shadow dives into the history of this sunken treasure under the El > more

Sunny Strobe Lights On The El With Yiayia

Sunny Strobe Lights On The El With Yiayia

September 9, 2014  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Harry K. recalls the magical light show that the Market-Frankford Line provided him and his grandmother during their Sunday morning trips into the city in the early 1970s > more

Breathing Life Back Into Bromley

Breathing Life Back Into Bromley

September 5, 2014  |  News

Good news is afoot in Kensington. Construction is finally underway at Bromley Carpet Mill on Jasper Street. Michael Bixler has this story of perseverance and preservation > more

What Lies Beyond The Blue Horizon? The Fabled Venue's Future In Doubt

What Lies Beyond The Blue Horizon? The Fabled Venue’s Future In Doubt

September 2, 2014  |  Developing Challenges, News

The clock is ticking to save the Blue Horizon. Michael Buozis walks us through the details of how one of the greatest venues in boxing history ended up on a hotel developer's chopping block > more

The Obstacles To Preserving Joe Frazier’s Gym

The Obstacles To Preserving Joe Frazier’s Gym

August 22, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A look at the tough road ahead to preserve the North Broad treasure, Giovanni’s Room to become AIDS charity thrift store, Drexel health center doubling capacity, and how the PNB letters “slipped through the cracks” > more