Posts Tagged ‘Schuylkill River’

Composer Debuts Ode To Philadelphia's Waterways With

Composer Debuts Ode To Philadelphia’s Waterways With “Rivers”

November 6, 2014  |  Buzz

Composer Josh Stamper debuts the first installment of his ethereal love letter to Philadelphia with "Rivers". The multimedia composition will be performed this Saturday at the Trinity Center for Urban Life > more

Considerate Italianate Intervention In Powelton Village

Considerate Italianate Intervention In Powelton Village

November 3, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Student housing addition maintains Victorian legacy, mixed-use coming to "long troubled lot" near Pat's Steaks, a petition for statewide ride-sharing, and the groundbreaking for Manayunk's Bridge Trail > more

Temple’s Next 15 Years

Temple’s Next 15 Years

October 31, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Temple releases latest plan, Bartram’s Mile fully funded, Penn Museum official talks up Philly as World Heritage City material, and senior living center in Roxborough opens > more

Bless Our Beer Gardens, Past and Present

Bless Our Beer Gardens, Past and Present

October 20, 2014  |  Behind the Facade

Drinking al fresco reached new heights this summer as brilliantly designed beer gardens popped up all over the city. This isn't anything new though, says Nic Esposito. Philadelphia has been publicly drunk since 1671 > more

Improvements Possible For The Schuylkill Boardwalk

Improvements Possible For The Schuylkill Boardwalk

October 16, 2014  |  Morning Blend

How to upgrade the successful trail extension, Temple investing in its athletic programs once more, developer slowly selling houses in Somertown, and lackluster restriping plans for Washington Avenue > more