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PA election reform, $10 million for Franklin Institute, judging Philly’s cleanest blocks, sustainability school, mayoral beer bet
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DAGspace: Planning for Industrial Growth in Philadelphia: PIDC Takes Aim
Real estate roundup: Temple’s new dorm, Please Touch Museum sells, New Frankford Community Y on the block, and mayoral control for PHA
South Street Bridge Gets LED Illumination, Green Bike Lanes
October 3-7: See Contempt, Philadelphia Orchestra at the Navy Yard, Plasterwork and interior finishes workshop, UCD at DAG, Night Market returns
Rolling rally, LOOK! on Lancaster, Claes in Philly, Brooklyn’s 3rd Ward outpost in Kensington
Take Center City District’s 2011 Customer Satisfaction Survey
Shane Victorino Rehabs Nicetown Boys & Girls Club, Bravo.
September 30-October 2: Carmen outside | PAFA party | RIP run | RiverCity Fest | The Great Tour
PennDOT rebuilds Holme Avenue Bridge ahead of schedule
Eyes on the Street: It’s Alive
Skate park and streetscape funding, Chelten Plaza at ZBA, preservation and planning awards. Challah.
Considering SugarHouse at “Year Won”
Pedestrian Plaza Program to Turn Underused Road into Public Space
Green infrastructure, green bike lanes, zoning update and “Ask The Mayor”
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