Posts Tagged ‘Camden’

Making Connections In New Jersey With The Delair Bridge

Making Connections In New Jersey With The Delair Bridge

November 9, 2016  |  Vantage

Now that the election is over, it appears we'd better start building bridges. So we thought we'd present this history of the Delair Bridge, erected by the Pennsylvania Railroad in 1895. Strangely obscured next to the Betsy Ross, it was the first bridge to cross the Delaware River south of Trenton. Contributor Mick Ricereto has the story > more

First Run: Camden's Claim As Birthplace Of The Drive-in Theater

First Run: Camden’s Claim As Birthplace Of The Drive-in Theater

June 22, 2016  |  Vantage

Drive-in theaters were once synonymous with American automobile culture, summertime, and Saturday night. Now, only approximately 338 are still in operation today. Contributor Bart Everts takes us across the river to Camden where the world's first drive-in was designed and patented > more

Another Kind Of School Reform Commission

Another Kind Of School Reform Commission

January 13, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Fairhill Elementary makes it return, First African Baptist to become offices, Goldtex is certified gold, touring Camden’s ghost station, and Old City coworking space to close > more

Near Whitman House, A Queen Anne Revival For Writers

Near Whitman House, A Queen Anne Revival For Writers

November 18, 2015  |  News

Rutgers Writer’s House is penning a new chapter for a late 19th century Queen Anne revival home on Cooper Street in Camden. SJ Punderson has the story on the Good Gray Poet's former neighbor > more

$1 Billion Redevelopment Of Camden Waterfront Proposed

$1 Billion Redevelopment Of Camden Waterfront Proposed

September 25, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Liberty Property Trust interested in remaking Camden’s riverfront, dispatches from Popeadelphia, City and nonprofits plan for the Parkway’s homeless, and rent in Philly now relatively less expensive > more