Posts Tagged ‘Northeast Philadelphia’

Programming A Dump

Programming A Dump

April 18, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Artists bring programming to a Holmesburg recycling center, home improvement assistance for Mantua residents, SEPTA begins work on concourses south of City Hall, and scenes from inside The Gallery in transition > more

Archdiocese Reaches Agreement Of Sale For Historic Fishtown Church

Archdiocese Reaches Agreement Of Sale For Historic Fishtown Church

February 12, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Apartments coming to St. Laurentius, to previewing the NCC’s latest exhibit, watch group to patrol Schuylkill River Trail, a Navy Yard jobs update, and exploring an abandoned warehouse in the Northeast > more

Bridging National Divides In Northeast Philadelphia

Bridging National Divides In Northeast Philadelphia

November 23, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Selling the Northeast to tourists, discerning a Richardsonian beneath billboards on North Broad, and trading parking spots for flower beds on Bainbridge > more

Dreaming For More (P)open Center City

Dreaming For More (P)open Center City

September 30, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Engineer considers the impact and possibilities of this weekend’s open streets, Goldenberg selected for Logan Triangle redo, Rendell says city felt like “police state” over the weekend, a new homeless shelter, and Strawberry Mansion gets large mural > more

Tracing The Live-Work Divide In Philadelphia's Police Force

Tracing The Live-Work Divide In Philadelphia’s Police Force

July 10, 2015  |  Vantage

Discussion has grown in the media lately regarding law enforcement's detachment and potential bias for the neighborhoods they patrol when they commonly call home elsewhere, particularly in larger cities. In Philadelphia, where police officers lived at the turn of the century looks dramatically than it does today. David Hilbert dove into the City Archives to compare the residential zip codes of the Philadelphia's police force in 1925 and wonders if the migration toward the Northeast and elsewhere has eroded an inner city connection to communities they protect > more