Living on Earth is an environmental news and information program. Each week host Steve Curwood guides the listener through a mix of news, features, interviews and commentary on a broad range of ecological issues.
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10 years ago
Race Street Connector opens, Manayunk Towpath closing, lost brewery, volunteers reopen West Philly school libraries
October 7-9: First Friday at Race Street Pier, Dia De Los Muertos, Outfest, Fall for the Arts
Night Market Chinatown Delights
City Hall Crack Repairs Underway, Second Crack Found
Occupy Philly Begins
Looking West: UPenn gets green energy program, Drexel’s John Fry and bio-wall, Immigration office to West Philly
Designers charrette Festival Pier | Race Street Connector opening | Germantown community benefits agreement | transit treasures | zoning negotiating
Public Space Roundup: Philly’s Great Places, Viaduct park gets more love, new thinking for Festival Pier site, Occupy Philly chooses City Hall
Mantua: Jannie’s Place Aims to Assist Homeless Women and Children
OpenDataRace: Vote to open Philly data that matters to you
DAGspace: Planning for Industrial Growth in Philadelphia: PIDC Takes Aim
Mural Arts Month: 31 Days / 31 Ways
PA election reform, $10 million for Franklin Institute, judging Philly’s cleanest blocks, sustainability school, mayoral beer bet
October 3-7: See Contempt, Philadelphia Orchestra at the Navy Yard, Plasterwork and interior finishes workshop, UCD at DAG, Night Market returns
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