Posts Tagged ‘South Street’

A Royal Loss On South Street

A Royal Loss On South Street

February 24, 2017  |  Last Light

In the midst of demolition, Michael Bixler takes a walk inside the brittle bones of the Royal Theater with this photo essay > more

With Exhibition, Isaiah Zagar Writes

With Exhibition, Isaiah Zagar Writes “Visual Love Letter” To Wife

June 6, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Visual tribute to wife of magic gardener, Independence Visitor Center to get $15 million in upgrades, Project HOME approved for Willard Elementary reuse, and a new mural beneath the El in Fishtown > more

Tourist Photos From 1981 Reveal The Heart Of

Tourist Photos From 1981 Reveal The Heart Of “Old Philadelphia”

May 6, 2016  |  Last Light

A found collection of tourist photos from the summer of 1981 captures the character of the city > more

Cars Losing Their Clout On South Street West

Cars Losing Their Clout On South Street West

April 11, 2016  |  Morning Blend

How South Street West became a pedestrian’s haven, Smith Playground to get an adult jungle gym, planning begins on a safer Roosevelt Boulevard, work begins on pocket park on Ridge Avenue, and weekend security patrols augmented at Temple > more

With $10 Million, Federal Government To Help Philly Make Reconnections

With $10 Million, Federal Government To Help Philly Make Reconnections

October 28, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Department of Transportation to give Philly TIGER grants, a restored Vernon Park, when green space is controversial, and another end for J.C. Dobbs > more