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    • A section of Germantown Avenue painted by Haas & Hahn as part of the Philly Painting project.
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Philly Painting critique | Mobilizing against Church of the Assumption demo | North Central gets parking minimums | RBA to design Spring Garden Connector | City seed savers

Good morning, Streeters.  Here's your Friday am Buzz: Dutch artists Haas & Hahn have finished painting a nearly-contiguous, color-block mural across two blocks of buildings on Germantown Avenue. Inquirer architecture critic…

    • Bug on a vacant property in Point Breeze.
    • Urban renewal of Market Street West in 1971, including what would become Dilworth Plaza. | Office of the City Representative via PhillyHistory.org
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Philly Painting progress | ATVs wrecking Tacony Creek Park | Park Towne Place goes dark | Goldberger on Venturi | Dilworth reflections

City Paper’s cover story visits Haas & Hahn’s Philly Painting project along Germantown Avenue and unpacks the challenges of this massive mural project. The Philly Painting crew is slowly moving along…

    • Care about the fate of Philly's small streets, like Irving (above)? Meet up on Thursday.
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April 23-27: Historic Homeowner Workshops | Planning the Modern City | Tax Delinquency App | Jane Golden and Dre Urhahn | Small Streets meetup

Homeowner Workshop: Masonry and Pointing Tuesday, April 17, 6:30-8pm. WES Health Center, 1315 Windrim Avenue. Learn about the best ways to maintain and repoint historic masonry buildings, as part of the …

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Open house with favela painters Haas & Hahn on 12/1

Dutch artists, Jeroen Koolhaas and Dre Urhahn, have set up studio in Philadelphia to create community-driven public artworks for the next year. And they're inviting Philly to an open house tomorrow…

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TEDxPhilly talks The City on November 8

TEDxPhilly, a daylong idea conference, returns for its second year on Tuesday, November 8. This year’s theme is "The City," bringing together creative thinkers and doers whose work explores issues,…

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