Posts Tagged ‘signage’

Programming American Naval History On The Delaware

Programming American Naval History On The Delaware

August 9, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Olympia stewards thinking ahead to reactivated museum ship, pre-fab apartments dropped in place, closed Nabisco plant changes hands, and looking back at the failed fight against digital signs on the Parkway > more

Saffron Reviews The Block of Mormon

Saffron Reviews The Block of Mormon

August 2, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Logan Square house of worship does neoclassicism exceptionally well, Franklin Institute to gets its digital signs, Dean walks Philly, and Philly's top hospitals > more

Building Trails From The Past To The Future In Fairmount Park

Building Trails From The Past To The Future In Fairmount Park

June 23, 2015  |  Vantage

In West Fairmount Park, a network of trails—hiking, biking, cross country—weaves across itself with seemingly little rhyme or reason. But the Fairmount Park Conservancy is leading a project with Philadelphia Parks and Recreation to make the trails more sustainable and promote their use with better signage. Plan Philly's Jared Brey and Hidden City's Brad Maule lace up the boots and hit the trail > more

Offices To Replace Finnigan’s Wake

Offices To Replace Finnigan’s Wake

May 18, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Bill introduced to rezone former Democrat hangout, thinking about civic monuments, the expansive truss of the Wagner Free Institute of Science, the Good Samaritans of Port Richmond, and transit display unveiled in Commerce Square > more

Lits' Lights: Let's Look

Lits’ Lights: Let’s Look

January 20, 2015  |  News

As the sun sets on Philadelphia this evening, the lights go up at Lits. Mayor Nutter will be on hand to turn on long-proposed digital signage, ushering in a new era at the historic Lit Brothers Building > more