July 27: Momentarily accurate #PopeFence map | Williams fooled by mortgage scam | 25 years of ADA

Are Bill Green and Sam Katz going to run as a slate for City Council’s two minority party At-Large seats?

Ryan Briggs reports Anthony Williams was the victim of a sophisticated mortgage scam.

Danya Henninger says these are South Broad’s nine most iconic signs.

Anna Orso says this map of the no-traffic zone for the Papal visit is more accurate than the one we shared on Facebook over the weekend, at least for now.

Here’s Tom Wolf’s environmental regulatory agenda for the next year.

The Convention Center’s light fixtures got upgraded to LEDs, in a move expected to save money and greenhouse gas emissions. 

Speaking of greening the Convention Center, we would be remiss not to mention GroJLart’s idea from 2014 to turn the roof into a big lawn connected to the Reading Viaduct

How 25 years of the Americans with Disabilities Act have shaped the built environment

Minneapolis is eliminating minimum parking requirements near transit, and relaxing them elsewhere, as part of a housing affordability push.

San Francisco is testing out pee-repelling walls that spray back on you. Engineering!

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