Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Inquirer’

A Golden Glow For <em>The Inquirer's</em> Saffron

A Golden Glow For The Inquirer’s Saffron

April 15, 2014  |  News

Yesterday, the Pulitzer Prize board announced its 2014 winners. After 15 years with a watchful eye on Philadelphia's built environment, the Inquirer's Inga Saffron won journalism's highest award for criticism > more

Philly.completely Vacuous (Updated)

Philly.completely Vacuous (Updated)

November 29, 2012  |  Possible City

A redesign gave us hope for the region's most important news website, but that was until news was shunted for gossip, faux news, and shopping > more

Inquirer Calls Toll Brothers 'Hip' And Other Mistruths This Morning

Inquirer Calls Toll Brothers ‘Hip’ And Other Mistruths This Morning

September 11, 2012  |  Possible City

Fundamentally backwards architecture gets reclassified this morning by the city's paper of record. Can we end this fantasy Federalist nonsense, asks Nathaniel Popkin, and open up a real conversation about contemporary architecture? > more

Before Sunnylands, There Was Sunny-Lands

Before Sunnylands, There Was Sunny-Lands

January 25, 2012  |  Found

The Annenberg estate, near Palm Springs, to open to the public March 1 as the "western Camp David," was named for Walter's father Moe's estate in the Poconos, near Milford, Pa. > more