Posts Tagged ‘Governor Corbett’

Stupid, Lazy, And Cruel

Stupid, Lazy, And Cruel

February 11, 2013  |  Possible City

The Affordable Care Act would expand Medicaid coverage to some 750,000 uninsured Philadelphians, including so many who work in journalism, photography, technology, and the arts, but Governor Tom Corbett has rejected it, another Harrisburg move that will punish Philadelphia foremost > more

OARC Sues Corbett Administration Over Canceled Funds

OARC Sues Corbett Administration Over Canceled Funds

January 3, 2013  |  Morning Blend

Dwight Evans' nonprofit feels cheated by governor, office space to become exhibit space at PAFA building, stormwater woes in Upper Roxborough, before the Curtis Center, and the Barnes Foundation's architects to speak at Drexel > more

Temple Contemporary Offering Expanded Gallery & Events

Temple Contemporary Offering Expanded Gallery & Events

October 23, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Relevant and democratic exhibits at Temple, Port Richmond riparian trail update, community planning in Center City, the extant of the regional tax burden, and Corbett to okay the central land bank bill > more

Patching Germantown Ave With Color

Patching Germantown Ave With Color

August 3, 2012  |  Morning Blend

How City Hall proves a tougher employer than a Brazilian cartel for two Dutch artists, reaffirmations of adaptive reuse in GHo, Dilworth Plaza through the decades, the Corbett Effect on Philly, and why we need the Olympics > more

A Look At Plans For North Broad's Blue Horizon

A Look At Plans For North Broad’s Blue Horizon

February 22, 2012  |  Morning Blend

Developers show the Planning Commission what they want to do with the Blue Horizon, the Water Department rewards a construction contract for a new Bridesburg facility, an engaged community in Hunting Park, and the cost of "small government" in Harrisburg > more