August 14: Environmental advocate mulling Fattah primary | Tacony housing market study | Chip Kelly: bike commuter

Frank Rizzo’s former managing director thinks city officials are being too transparent about the Papal visit security plans.

There’s some speculation that 9th ward leader and environmental advocate Dan Muroff might run against Chaka Fattah for the 2nd District House seat.

The Bicycle Coalition calls’s hit-and-run article “a study in victim-blaming.”

Tacony is seeing a lot of flipping activity but is still affordable, according to a study by James Onofrio.

How much savings are really possible with modular construction? Some pushback from PostGreen developer Chad Ludeman.

The conservative PA Independent site remembers Jim Kenney’s role during the Goldtex controversy.

Chip Kelly rides his bike to practice.

Conrad Benner captures a new mural in Fishtown, from New Orleans-based artist MOMO.

How national Democrats are trying to thread the needle on the gig economy.

Ben Adler says more rapid transit is critical for housing affordability.

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