Posts Tagged ‘Hawthorne Hall’

When Good Urbanism Meets Bad Architecture

When Good Urbanism Meets Bad Architecture

February 21, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Cliche and courage at 16th & Vine, plans developing to core out Lit Brothers building, traffic anxieties for plann Walnut Lane Bride work, and an open house in Hawthorne Hall > more

Writing The Great Westward Expansion

Writing The Great Westward Expansion

August 7, 2013  |  Buzz

After four years of grown and learning, the nonprofit aimed at making Mighty Writers out of local school students will next month open a West Philadelphia outpost in Hawthorne Hall's twin on Lancaster Avenue > more

Key Housing & Community Development Projects Threatened By Proposed House Budget (UPDATED)

Key Housing & Community Development Projects Threatened By Proposed House Budget (UPDATED)

July 31, 2013  |  News

Housing and community development advocates see block grants as key to neighborhood development, but funding would be cut substantially under the budget being considered by the House of Representatives. As the House votes today or tomorrow, the development of Lancaster Avenue and other projects hangs in the balance. Christopher Mote reports > more

At Last, The Festival Instagram Contest Winner

At Last, The Festival Instagram Contest Winner

July 15, 2013  |  Buzz

The Hidden City Festival is over, and with that comes a grand prize winner in the #igers_philly_hiddencity Instagram contest. And that winner is . . . > more

Looking Beyond The Festival At Hawthorne Hall

Looking Beyond The Festival At Hawthorne Hall

June 27, 2013  |  2013 Festival

As the Hidden City Festival winds down, the question "what's next?" is perched on many a tongue at a number of the sites. Sandra Kalanyan talks with the People's Emergency Center to find the answer at Hawthorne Hall. Featuring photos of Rabid Hands' Society of Pythagoras installation by Peter Woodall and Brad Maule > more