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Published: Fri, 21 Jul 2017 13:56:54 GMT


A modern intruder lands in Philadelphia's most iconic landscape. Is that such a bad thing?
The Philadelphia art museum wants to install a James Turrell Skyspace on the famous Fairmount hilltop.

How post-storm conditions complicated a toddler's rescue from the Schuylkill
Rescuers struggled to find the boy in the rain-swollen river. The city promises a safety review of park and rec facilities.

The irresistible architectural charm of a South Jersey drive-in
One of the last surviving examples of the popular 1950s burger chain, the Pennsauken Weber's has architecture that's fully intact.

Why losing Little Pete's diner is good for Philadelphia
Getting rid of a stand-alone parking garage in Center City makes the trade-off worthwhile.

German passion for music survives in rich architecture of Kensington concert hall
An old German concert hall stands out in a Latino section of Philadelphia.

Logan Square's handsome new parks can't fully cover scars left by I-676
Three great new public spaces restore Logan's Square's gracious charm, but the reconstruction of 676 was a lost opportunity.

Philadelphia Council bill would mandate affordable units in every development
Philadelphia offers developers incentives to build reduced-priced housing in gentrifying neighborhoods.

Filling a forgotten Delaware River pier building with art and beer
A new studio space for artists promises to create a year-round destination on the Delaware.

For rich helpings of Formica and stainless steel in Center City, there's still Mrs. K's diner
At least for now, one old-school diner survives the closing of Little Pete's.

First a World Heritage City, now Philadelphia is a 'National Treasure'
The National Trust for Historic Preservation wants to help the city do a better job of protecting its architectural heritage.