Posts Tagged ‘Mural Arts Program’

Clarke’s Charter Proposal Draws Ire Of Strong Mayor Advocates

Clarke’s Charter Proposal Draws Ire Of Strong Mayor Advocates

February 17, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Proposal would allow for Council-appointed department head, Mural Arts looking for Bella Vista wall for next mural, 115-year old church steeple tumbles, and forcing flowers for next week’s show > more

A New Lease For The Old Bookbinder’s

A New Lease For The Old Bookbinder’s

January 9, 2015  |  Morning Blend

The Olde Bar opens today, Thaddeus Stevens School conversion to be a speedy one, Target interested in set of small stores for downtown Philly, and the Port Authority moves to unload ferry system > more

Penn’s Landing Hyatt To Be Rebranded As Hilton

Penn’s Landing Hyatt To Be Rebranded As Hilton

January 5, 2015  |  Morning Blend

“Extensive” renovations seen as a sign of local market’s health, a caveat for Temple’s stadium dreams from Ohio, art and volunteer residency ready to begin in West Philly, and Philly Bike Share to be accessible to all classes > more

Museum Of The American Revolution Breaks Ground

Museum Of The American Revolution Breaks Ground

October 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Scores of officials and donors gather for the ceremony on South 3rd Street, the power of social media to actualize transit needs, a fundraiser for Bainbridge Green, and the Mural Arts’ latest mural in West Philly > more

Fine Tuning At Cunningham Piano Company

Fine Tuning At Cunningham Piano Company

September 10, 2014  |  News

The Mural Arts Program is giving the vintage exterior signs of Cunningham Piano Company in Germantown a little polishing up. Maria Gorshin has the story on the project and some background on this world-renowned local pearl > more