Posts Tagged ‘Schuylkill River’

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

Transforming The Schuylkill

Transforming The Schuylkill

December 17, 2014  |  Morning Blend

A re-bridging of sorts for the Central Schuylkill, good news for South Philly ship, Liberty Square work begins, and the lax enforcement of condos’ Christmas tree ban > more

In Fairmount Park,

In Fairmount Park, “Unsurpassed” Collection Of Mansions Dressed For The Holidays

December 11, 2014  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Every year the houses of Fairmount Park get gussied up for their holiday open house tours. Harry K decks the halls with boughs of laurel with his rundown of the largest and finest collection of authentic colonial and federal houses in the United States > more

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