Posts Tagged ‘South Philadelphia’

A Look At Philly's Smallest (Official) Neighborhood

A Look At Philly’s Smallest (Official) Neighborhood

September 20, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Strolling through West Shore, when Philly was addicted to “artificial ice,” Snyder Plaza gets a colorful paint job, and expanded food options on Market > more

Philly Sports Museum Proposed For Stadium Complex

Philly Sports Museum Proposed For Stadium Complex

September 9, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Former Flyers VP wants to build $20M Philly sports museum, Italian Market BID receives City Council hearing, Water Department to host beer garden next week to celebrate five years of “Green City, Clean Waters,” and painting en plein air in Rittenhouse Square > more

Don't Move Frank, Says Smerconish

Don’t Move Frank, Says Smerconish

August 22, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Smerconish defends Rizzo statue, gauging South Philadelphians’ opinion on South Broad median parking, and 23 units envisioned for St. Laurentius > more

Averting Demolition, First African Baptist Church Properties To Become Condos

Averting Demolition, First African Baptist Church Properties To Become Condos

August 19, 2016  |  Morning Blend

GHo church building to be reused as condos, Dranoff property’s public art installed, Chinese Cultural Center prepped for resale and resuse, how to retain Philly millennials, and City Hall courtyard becomes beer garden > more

New Book Puts Readers In The Ring With Philly's Jewish Boxing Stars

New Book Puts Readers In The Ring With Philly’s Jewish Boxing Stars

August 16, 2016  |  Vantage

At the turn of the 20th century Jewish fighters ruled the circuit in Philadelphia. Author Harry Boonin puts boxing history back in the arena with his new book, Never Tell a Boy Not to Fight > more