Posts Tagged ‘Roxborough’

A Third Way In Historic Preservation

A Third Way In Historic Preservation

March 10, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Penn professor extolls grassroots preservation methods, Council bill would require residential use within IRMX, input needed on Ridge Ave, advocating for skilled STEM immigrants, and 15 years of a Philly-owned Navy Yard > more

Mayor’s Office Awards $60K For Performances In Public Spaces Program

Mayor’s Office Awards $60K For Performances In Public Spaces Program

February 26, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Pilot program will bring the arts to 23 public spaces throughout the city, Grays Ferry park to be renovated, Nebinger to install new gateway, microgrants for Newbold, and stained-glass on the Avenue of the Arts > more

Chris Matthews: Bring The DNC To Philly

Chris Matthews: Bring The DNC To Philly

February 2, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Political pundit and native son pleads Philadelphia’s case for the DNC next year, what can be done to ensure safe crude oil deliveries, Roxborough pizza shop defeats conservatorship attempt, and a look at the latest from Toll Bros > more

Apartment Tower Redesign Would Still Detract From The Rodin Museum

Apartment Tower Redesign Would Still Detract From The Rodin Museum

January 16, 2015  |  Morning Blend

David Blumenfeld’s re-envisioning of Rodin backdrop still unsatisfactory, Schuylkill Center to lose its “Green Wall,” Palmer charter gets the official ax, and a look at the Schuylkill Boardwalk’s pergolas > more

Storefront Property Owner Faces Possible Order Of Possession By Court In Wissahickon

Storefront Property Owner Faces Possible Order Of Possession By Court In Wissahickon

January 12, 2015  |  Morning Blend

A conservatorship battle brews in Wissahickon, Blumenfeld eyes colorful building on North Broad, Spanish immersion pre-school to open next month, and the tricky sale of 1818 Market gets trickier > more