Posts Tagged ‘trails’

Saving Room For Arts & Culture

Saving Room For Arts & Culture

April 5, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Why Philly needs a culture plan, Chelten-Greene Plaza renovations coming next year, mining SEPTA’s capital budget for fiscal 2017, another 15 miles of trail in store for The Circuit, and a look at a Catholic pilgrimage site Germantown > more

Proposed Food Truck Bill Would Be Ineffective, Self-Defeating, Say Owners

Proposed Food Truck Bill Would Be Ineffective, Self-Defeating, Say Owners

August 12, 2015  |  Morning Blend

Councilwoman Blackwell draws ire of Drexel University food truck operators, Philadelphia trail usage by the numbers, and Spring Garden shooting range wants to sell guns > 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

Out To Shut Down Asset Seizure Program, Homeowners Sue DA’s Office

Out To Shut Down Asset Seizure Program, Homeowners Sue DA’s Office

August 13, 2014  |  Morning Blend

The DA allegedly overextends itself in cash cow program, PHA breaks ground in Strawberry Mansion, the stumbling block for Cresheim Trail, a call for Amtrak trains between Suburban and Market East, and a look at the new Palladino’s design > more

New Mural Honors Fallen Firefighters

New Mural Honors Fallen Firefighters

June 10, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Remembering those lost at the 2012 Buck Hosiery tragedy, Oxford Mills to bring education professionals together, University City as the quintessential innovation district, and Poquessing Creek Trail to be paved this year > more