Posts Tagged ‘Logan Square’

Last Wild Winter On The Viaduct

Last Wild Winter On The Viaduct

January 25, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Neighbors ready for Viaduct Rail Park, Temple to introduce cultural exchange program with Chinese university, Philly meets Winter Storm Jonas, and Mormons announce Temple dedication date > more

Kenney's First Day Populism

Kenney’s First Day Populism

January 5, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Philly once again a sanctuary city, Center City parking by the numbers, Mormon Temple capped, and “tweeting cop” laments West Philly shootings > more

A Look Inside The Philadelphia History Museum’s Benson Collection

A Look Inside The Philadelphia History Museum’s Benson Collection

August 5, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Decades of turbulent times in Philly on display, a proposal for a mixed-use in Italian Market, Mormon temple construction a year behind schedule, and Reading Terminal Market—if open—prepares for Pope Visit > more

The Toughest Little Hut In Logan Square

The Toughest Little Hut In Logan Square

March 2, 2015  |  The Shadow Knows

Development of the lot at 20th and Arch has been cursed since the Kahn Building was demolished in 1929, only 8 years after its construction. Ironically, an easy to miss, colorful little Gulf Oil station has survived at the spot for 85 years--long enough to be placed on the Philadelphia Register. The Shadow serves up a big slice of history on this heartening little hut > more

First Step Toward $1.5 Billion HUP Project Receives Initial Approval

First Step Toward $1.5 Billion HUP Project Receives Initial Approval

February 11, 2015  |  Morning Blend

City Council Committee recommends $3 million temporary walkway over Convention Ave, Logan Square residents move to block Franklin Institute digital sign, the retention of South Philly’s refineries, and rusting ship receives sizable anonymous donation > more