March 27: A new way to measure affordability | Singer off the ballot | Urban experiential satire

At the metro level at least, Philly’s wages are outpacing housing prices, keeping the area’s housing affordable to local wage earners.

But it’s not just houses that have to be affordable. Wonkblog looks at the case for thinking about this in terms of “location affordability,” taking transport costs into account as well as housing prices. 

Lynne Abraham is still the frontrunner in the Mayoral race, less than two months out

Stephanie Singer won’t be on the ballot.

A new Tumblr has some fun placing “urban experiential displays” in all your favorite Philly locations.

Naked Philly has an update on the Rodin Square construction.

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