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Friends of Seger Park (1020 Lombard Street) get thier own stimulus check
University City Review
West Philadelphians voice their opinion on Zoning Code reform
In-depth, original reporting on housing, transportation, and development.
Study: No, you aren’t imagining it — pizza menus are Philly’s sidewalk carpet
A study conducted using the Litterati app found 1,000 pieces of advertising litter on the ground. Pizza sellers were the main driver of stray menus documented by researchers.
4 weeks ago
Individuals alone didn’t create Philly’s litter problems and individuals alone can’t solve it.
Litter is a racial justice issue created by systemic disinvestment. Philadelphia needs to take a systemic approach to solving it.
1 month ago
The future of housing
“The American Dream” used to mean a single family home and two car garage. But lifestyles, family units, and income levels have changed, and so should the definition of home.
Air Date: November 19, 2020
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