Posts Tagged ‘Society Hill’

Some Love For Washington Square's Mid-Century

Some Love For Washington Square’s Mid-Century “Cheese Grater”

May 17, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Lauding a modernist classic in Washington Square, UArts students plan for a green future, the rebirth of Front & Master, and 25K flock to Franklin Square’s light festival > more

Toll Brothers Scale Back Plans For Society Hill Playhouse Replacement

Toll Brothers Scale Back Plans For Society Hill Playhouse Replacement

January 28, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Toll Brothers changes plans for Society Hill Playhouse replacement, Squilla’s music venue scheme elicits backlash, half a million dollars to help returning citizens and spruce up vacant lots, and connecting South Philly neighborhoods through practical playgrounds > more

More Losses On The Preservation Front & One Thing That Really Must Be Saved

More Losses On The Preservation Front & One Thing That Really Must Be Saved

December 17, 2015  |  Soapbox

The eleventh hour of our annual fundraising campaign is here and we are only two-thirds towards meeting our goal. Historic preservationist Aaron Wunsch calls Hidden City an indispensable, cultural resource covering Philadelphia's shifting built environment and explains why you should make a contribution today > more

Spiritual Firebrand Of The Revolutionary War Immortalized In Wood

Spiritual Firebrand Of The Revolutionary War Immortalized In Wood

November 2, 2015  |  Walk the Walk

A forgotten minister is honored with 100 year old stump sculpture at Old Pine Street Presbyterian Church > more

New Study Reconsiders Effects Of Gentrification In Philly

New Study Reconsiders Effects Of Gentrification In Philly

October 30, 2015  |  Morning Blend

New study counters claims of gentrification’s tendency to displace Philly residents, water fountains coming to Kelly Drive, and sliding through the Nutter years > more