Posts Tagged ‘Philadelphia Phillies’

Take Me Up To the Ball Game! Rediscovering The Bleacher Houses Of North Philly

Take Me Up To the Ball Game! Rediscovering The Bleacher Houses Of North Philly

May 15, 2018  |  Vantage

Dave Coyne gives us a rooftop view of old Shibe Park and the backstory behind Swampoodle's little-known "bleacher houses" > more

Old City District To Facilitate Infill Development Before 2026

Old City District To Facilitate Infill Development Before 2026

June 11, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Honoring a quarter-millennium of American history with economic development, hucksters on Dock Street, Phillies mural finally set for summer unveiling, and civic aims to improve Ridge Avenue > more

Then And Now: North Broad And Lehigh

Then And Now: North Broad And Lehigh

May 22, 2015  |  Then & Now

The square block at North Broad Street and Lehigh Avenue has been a bit worse for wear for decades. Though, with recent, high-stakes investment North of City Hall, that may soon change, returning the area to its former glory when the Philadelphia Phillies claimed the block for their first home stadium, Baker Bowl. Jennifer Rogers brings it all back with her series, Then and Now > more

The New Life Of The Old Family Court (And Its Murals)

The New Life Of The Old Family Court (And Its Murals)

June 25, 2014  |  News

When the Family Court relocates to its new building on LOVE Park later this year, it will vacate the French-inspired structure on Logan Square it's called home for over 70 years. Max Ufberg digs in to see what will become of the New Deal-era murals, as well as a looming sculpture of a prominent judge, when the building is reborn as a luxury hotel > more

Throwbacks In The Sanctuary

Throwbacks In The Sanctuary

April 9, 2014  |  Buzz

Mitchell & Ness president Peter Capolino has built his life around the history and evolution of sports uniforms. This evening, the Fleisher Art Memorial hosts Capolino for a talk on the art and design of baseball uniforms > more