Posts Tagged ‘South Philadelphia’

La Salle To Host, Nutter To Lead, International Mayors Forum

La Salle To Host, Nutter To Lead, International Mayors Forum

September 2, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Mayors’ forum to explore the importance of the urban family, Philly’s “Fin-de-siècle Firehouse Boom,” Habitat for Humanity building in North Philly, and demo work looms for Mt. Sinai hospital > more

Before The Pope, The Days Of The Revivalists

Before The Pope, The Days Of The Revivalists

August 26, 2015  |  Harry K's Encyclopedia

Imagine if the papal visit and World Meeting of Families lasted four whole months. Harry K takes us inside the Union Tabernacle revival tent, where Protestant ministers and true believers spiritualized the city from several neighborhood locations in the mid-1800s > more

Long Delayed, The Bridge To Break Ground In Old City

Long Delayed, The Bridge To Break Ground In Old City

August 4, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Fifteen year of development hell over tomorrow for Old City apartment complex, still going for old Engine 10; City Hall courtyard mosaic being restored; and measuring the capacity of the Parkway > more

City’s Oldest Active Fire Hall Designated Historic

City’s Oldest Active Fire Hall Designated Historic

July 28, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Two of John T. Windrim’s buildings being preserved, an urban garden in Chinatown North, and learning another language through a mural > more

Then And Now: 11th & East Passyunk Avenue

Then And Now: 11th & East Passyunk Avenue

July 12, 2015  |  Then & Now

From a towering Gothic house of correction to a busy neighborhood shopping center, the corner block of 11th Street and Passyunk Avenue has undergone quite the transformation since 1967. Jennifer Rogers takes us out of the Acme deli isle and into Moyamensing Prison's penal past with this month's Then and Now. > more