Posts Tagged ‘Pennsylvania Convention Center’

In Loft District, Upcoming Restaurant Aims To Bolster A Sense Of Community

In Loft District, Upcoming Restaurant Aims To Bolster A Sense Of Community

August 19, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The Brick & Mortar of a neighborhood, former leaders talk about closed transitional living program, expert says housing boom imminent, Convention Center labor agreement doing the trick, and inside Think Brownstone’s new Center City office > more

Museum To Bondholders: Please Don’t Touch Our Assets

Museum To Bondholders: Please Don’t Touch Our Assets

July 8, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Delinquent museum may loose some of its exhibits, a call for the burial of powerlines outside Center City, hotel numbers down from lack of conventions, Philly takes the bronze when it comes to Amtrak ridership, and South St garden set to “pop up” tonight > more

Altered Convention Center Work Rules Getting Results

Altered Convention Center Work Rules Getting Results

June 11, 2014  |  Morning Blend

American Industrial Hygiene Association coming back after a decade, residents upset about Kenworthy House demolition plans, Clarke and Hite spar over school monies, Lit Brothers gets its digital sign, and cleaner streets in Newbold > more

‘Come To Philly, The Carpenters Aren’t In Charge’

‘Come To Philly, The Carpenters Aren’t In Charge’

May 19, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Contextualizing this month’s game-changing labor battle at the convention center, millenials in the Northwest, your chance to vent to L&I, and Philly found to be the 11th “smartest” city in the world > more

Farewell To Giovanni's Room

Farewell To Giovanni’s Room

May 15, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The importance of Giovanni’s Room within the city’s history, the National Archives wants to relocate from Center City to Northeast Philly, labor solidarity at the Convention Center, and plans for a business improvement district on North Broad > more