Posts Tagged ‘Science Center’

PMA Takes Collection Outdoors Again This Summer

PMA Takes Collection Outdoors Again This Summer

April 6, 2016  |  Morning Blend

PMA bringing its collection back to the streets, Microsoft to extend marketing arm to University City, gallery exhibit in North Philly tells new narratives, and mural next to Julian Abele Park no more > more

Dutch Artists’ Project Set To Explore Philly’s Urban Anthropology

Dutch Artists’ Project Set To Explore Philly’s Urban Anthropology

June 17, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Science Center work brings 1% for public art project about, planners studying use patterns of new Penn’s Landing park, Shirt Corner moves up Market, SugarHouse lawsuit dismissed, and a garage collapses in North Philly > more

Fabric Row—Stitching The Future To The Past

Fabric Row—Stitching The Future To The Past

October 18, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Fabric Row turns to urban design to preserve its identity, a transformative project for Newbold breaks ground, University City to showcase regional innovators, and more student housing near Temple > more

Central Delaware Advocacy Group Issues Critique of Wynn Philadelphia

Central Delaware Advocacy Group Issues Critique of Wynn Philadelphia

April 8, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Advocacy group would prefer more Philly and less parking for Delaware Ave casino, how a brownstone ought to be restored (no stucco!), the possibility of the return of parking beneath the Ben Franklin Bridge, and a promising biotech merger for West Philly > more

In University City, Technology Begets Technology

In University City, Technology Begets Technology

December 24, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Why one New York state firm saw promise in moving to Philly, preschoolers to have their lessons in the woods of the Northwest, changing fortunes for hotels during the holidays, and the Fishtown housing market on the rise > more