Posts Tagged ‘Inga Saffron’

A Golden Glow For <em>The Inquirer's</em> Saffron

A Golden Glow For The Inquirer’s Saffron

April 15, 2014  |  News

Yesterday, the Pulitzer Prize board announced its 2014 winners. After 15 years with a watchful eye on Philadelphia's built environment, the Inquirer's Inga Saffron won journalism's highest award for criticism > more

Talks With Juggernauts: Golden, Updike At Free Library For <em>Mural Arts @ 30</em>

Talks With Juggernauts: Golden, Updike At Free Library For Mural Arts @ 30

March 25, 2014  |  Vantage

Inga Saffron's latest takedown has the Mural Arts Program back in the middle of current public discourse. But it's no skin off the nose of the community-engagement juggernaut, as a full schedule of events marks their 30th anniversary, including this evening's book discussion at the Free Library > more

Fairmount Park, Forsaken Yet Not Abandoned

Fairmount Park, Forsaken Yet Not Abandoned

August 23, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Exploring the reused wilds of the city’s vast park, some suggestions for One Riverside project, and University City’s Project Rehab improving the real estate market > more

Bacon, Greenberger, And Beyond: Talking Philadelphia Planning Tonight

Bacon, Greenberger, And Beyond: Talking Philadelphia Planning Tonight

July 30, 2013  |  Buzz

  With a star studded lineup, Next City will this evening bring Ed Bacon back to the fore with a discussion titled "Revisiting Ed Bacon’s Legacy > 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