Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Zoo’

Oak Lane Art Deco Bank Waits Patiently For Reuse

Oak Lane Art Deco Bank Waits Patiently For Reuse

March 24, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The promise that is the Beneficial Savings bank at Broad & Chew Streets, a look at what TEDx has to offer, the ZooBalloon to rise again, and trail planners to get better numbers this spring > more

Philadelphia Zoo Balloon, Grounded For Good

Philadelphia Zoo Balloon, Grounded For Good

February 5, 2014  |  News

The latest victim in the long winter of our discontent is the Philadelphia Zoo Balloon, whose final year of service was preempted by the heavy, wet snow yesterday. Brad Maule looks back on its twelve years on the skyline > more

Vacant Land—There’s An App For That

Vacant Land—There’s An App For That

September 17, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Cataloguing vacant land, market and venue proposal at Broad & Washington, zoo grant will expand animal trail system, and Bob Casey pledges more federal funding for SEPTA > more

City Won’t Clarify Sheriff Sales Procedures

City Won’t Clarify Sheriff Sales Procedures

June 14, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Office fails to explain seemingly arbitrary opening bids, AVI passes at 1.34%, blight by Rittenhouse Square speaks volumes, new zoo facility aiming for silver L.E.E.D., and the Vet’s outstanding debt > more

The Philadelphia Eagles Comeback Story

The Philadelphia Eagles Comeback Story

May 6, 2013  |  Vantage

On Saturday, a bald eagle soared above the bustling Schuylkill River, from Fairmount Park to Center City and beyond. Brad Maule looks into how they've re-established Philadelphia as a natural habitat > more