Posts Tagged ‘walkability’

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

Construction Starts Today On Drexel's $16M Korman Center Expansion

Construction Starts Today On Drexel’s $16M Korman Center Expansion

June 14, 2016  |  Morning Blend

Drexel to start on Korman Center expansion, measuring Philly’s WalkUPs, and city’s reputation for inclusiveness attracts conference > more

I Walked the Line: Exploring Philadelphia's Borders One Step At A Time

I Walked the Line: Exploring Philadelphia’s Borders One Step At A Time

April 18, 2016  |  Vantage

Writer and Hidden City contributor Ann de Forest traversed the city's perimeter over five and a half days looking for life between Philadelphia's boundaries. Here's her account of what she found > more

Frank Gehry Talks PMA Expansion

Frank Gehry Talks PMA Expansion

June 27, 2014  |  Morning Blend

Previewing the changes envisioned to the Art Museum, Ori Feibush suing Councilman in federal court, Port Richmond to get reused lofts, and Philly apparently not as walkable as we like to think > more

Sharon Pinkenson & The Rise Of Philly Film

Sharon Pinkenson & The Rise Of Philly Film

October 18, 2012  |  Morning Blend

How one woman put the city on the big screen, millions needed to fix the city's piping, the third annual Philly Photo Day set for October 26, revitalizing the 52nd Street strip, and rethinking walkability > more