Posts Tagged ‘Hurricane Sandy’

Feeling Climate Change Along The Chemical Estuary

Feeling Climate Change Along The Chemical Estuary

June 20, 2013  |  Vantage

When Hurricane Sandy struck in October, climate change surged back to the top of public dialogue. Artist Roderick Coover explores how it might effect the Delaware Estuary through a trio of art exhibits. Chris Mizes has the story > more

Sale Of West Philly High, Other Closed School Buildings, Imminent

Sale Of West Philly High, Other Closed School Buildings, Imminent

November 7, 2012  |  Morning Blend

The School District making final preparations to sell a few closed buildings, Camac Street re-oaked, Philly Marathon is expand, and Modern Art on the Hill > more

Restoration Of 30th Street Post Office Wins Award

Restoration Of 30th Street Post Office Wins Award

October 31, 2012  |  Morning Blend

The new IRS HQ at 30th Street honored in Spokane, CHOP's plans for Ambulatory Care Center highrise, Center City Residents Association thinking long-term, and Hurricane Sandy (largely) spares Philly Schools > more

The Wissahickon's Rising Waters

The Wissahickon’s Rising Waters

October 30, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Prepping for Sandy's arrival in the Northwest, its effect on the housing market, beekeeping on Philly rooftops allows for a superior product, and the demise of Apple Lofts > more

The Workingman's Rowhouse

The Workingman’s Rowhouse

October 29, 2012  |  Morning Blend

The legacy of the Philly rowhouse, a William G. Hale building in Francisville gets a pink notice, renderings for part of the waterfront trail, Othello playing in Mount Airy, and prepping for Sandy > more