Posts Tagged ‘West Philadelphia’

Museum Of The American Revolution Breaks Ground

Museum Of The American Revolution Breaks Ground

October 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Scores of officials and donors gather for the ceremony on South 3rd Street, the power of social media to actualize transit needs, a fundraiser for Bainbridge Green, and the Mural Arts’ latest mural in West Philly > more

A Councilman And An Army Of Volunteers Clean Up The Delaware Riverbank

A Councilman And An Army Of Volunteers Clean Up The Delaware Riverbank

September 29, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Over three tons removed from Delaware River, scaffolding goes up around Lit Bros., a petition for better development at Clark Park, and four new homes in Roxborough > more

William Penn Foundation To Give $25 Million For Free Library Renovations

William Penn Foundation To Give $25 Million For Free Library Renovations

September 11, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Donation will help add space and services to six branches, artist selected for 22nd & Market memorial sculpture, Lea Elementary gets playground equipment and planting beds, and the West Philly Tool Library raises $10K > more

New Renderings For South Philly Development

New Renderings For South Philly Development

September 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Developer updates building plans, Avenue North at Temple losing tenants, Brown and Holt families both want control of Southport facilities, Socialist campaigns for homestead exemption in West Philly, and tips to stay in your home (in a gentrifying neighborhood) > more

“West Philly Days” Gives A Glimpse Into Who We Were

September 8, 2014  |  Buzz

Photographer Stephen Perloff offers a slice of times gone by with "West Philly Days" > more