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Energy Conservation Workshops

From the Next Great City newsletter -- Volume II, Issue XXVIII: The Energy Coordinating Agency will be giving 50 energy conservation workshops across the city in the next month. Trainers…

    • Garrett-Dunn House

Good news on Garrett-Dunn House

Garrett-Dunn House interior photos in slideshow at right were taken in March 2006 during a walk through of the Historical Commission's designation committee. Dec. 9Previous coverage By Matt GolasFor…

Where yous eat

Maybe you prefer crab fries at Chickie's and Pete's, or a plain slice from Montesini. Are you craving a homemade dessert from Mayfair Diner or a burger and shake…

Alliance Urges Preservation of Historic Library Branches

For Immediate Release                         Contact: Elise Vider, 215-546-1146 x 5 Mayor Nutter Should Consider Historic Significance of Carnegie Branches The Preservation Alliance today called on Mayor Michael Nutter to reconsider plans to…

Video of Big Canvas discussion groups

Dec. 6

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Complete coverage of the Big Canvas Confab

Dec. 6   Over 200 artisans, politicians, civic leaders and plain old citizens who love the arts, care about culture and worry about the economy turned out on a pristine Saturday afternoon…

    • Great Expectations

The Big Canvas Confab

Over 200 artisans, politicians, civic leaders and plain old citizens who love the arts, care about culture and worry about the economy turned out on a pristine Saturday afternoon in King…

South St. Bridge update

Dear Neighbors and Friends of the South Street Bridge: Good news regarding public transportation issues related to the South Street Bridge detour! Beginning Monday, December 8, SEPTA will add two weekday…

    • Market Street

How Foxwoods is playing out

Dec. 06 By Thomas J. WalshFor PlanPhilly It’s December, and that means the proposed Foxwoods casino would open a year from now in a space within The Gallery at 11th…

    • Girard Interchange archaeology

Get a look at the Aramingo Canal

If you're interested in the 160-year-old, wood-lined canal that 19th Century businessmen hoped would spur the local economy, PennDOT has a holiday treat for you:The Aramingo Canal site in the…

SugarHouse, Army Corps at odds

Photo courtesy of Brad Maule, check out his complete portfolio at www.phillyskyline.com/lovecopter Dec. 4By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly The Army Corps of Engineers says SugarHouse Casino should have sought…

    • Garrett-Dunn House

City inspects Garrett-Dunn House

Garrett-Dunn House interior photos in slideshow at right were taken in March 2006 during a walk through of the Historical Commission's designation committee. Dec. 4 Previous coverage By Matt GolasFor…

    • Conrail lands

John Norquist: Knock down I-95

Photo courtesy of Brad Maule, check out his complete portfolio at www.phillyskyline.com/lovecopter Dec. 3By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhillyAt Tuesday night's Ed Bacon Foundation Award ceremony, this year's professional…

    • Philadelphia development questions

Hard questions, tough calls

When planners, developers, government officials, architects and real estate brokers get together to knock heads about big-picture problems, it’s often the private-side people who end up mixing things up.Are we…

Latest South Street Bridge news

Dear Neighbors and Friends of the South Street Bridge: Closure DateWell, the time has finally come!  The South Street Bridge (including the on and off ramps to the expressway)…

    • Rev. Gloucester re-interred

Final resting place for Rev. Gloucester

The brief service was led by Rev. Randy Barge, who is pastor of Calvin Presbyterian Church and moderator of Lombard Central.Dec. 2Previous coverage By Kellie Patrick GatesFor PlanPhilly…

Illadelph: Spector co-introduces high-speed rail bill

The Illadelph: Spector co-introduces high-speed rail bill Last week, Sens. John Kerry (D-Mass.) and Arlen Specter (R-Pa.) introduced a bill to create new jobs by updating the nation’s crumbling infrastructure.…

Inquirer: Gaming Industry troubles

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