Posts Tagged ‘South Philadelphia’

In South Philly, Rethinking Urban Agricultural

In South Philly, Rethinking Urban Agricultural

February 8, 2016  |  Morning Blend

“Farm to folk” in South Philadelphia, Philly’s newest poetess, celebrate the Year of the Monkey at Reading Terminal, West Philly High redevelopment moving along, and the last month of the Fabric Workshop and Museum’s latest exhibit > more

Redevelopment Plans To Be Announced For SS United States

Redevelopment Plans To Be Announced For SS United States

January 28, 2016  |  Buzz

SS United States Conservancy announces plans to redevelop the historic ocean liner. The ship, moored in South Philadelphia, will likely to set sail for Manhattan. > 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

Kenney Talks Commercial Development

Kenney Talks Commercial Development

December 10, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Mayor-elect previews economic development policy, honoring South Philly paratroopers on Columbus Boulevard, unsanitary conditions throughout school district facilities, and a land bank FAQ > more

Bidding Farewell To The (Full-Length) Route 23

Bidding Farewell To The (Full-Length) Route 23

November 24, 2015  |  Last Light

As a native of Northwest Philadelphia, Steve Weinik grew up on SEPTA's X and XH bus lines. But it was the 23 that captured his imagination. With the 23 set to become two separate lines this weekend, he took one last ride roundtrip to produce this photo essay > more