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    • Schuylkill River flooding, May 2014 | Rob Lybeck, EOTS Flickr Group

Harvey-level damage probably won’t happen in Philadelphia, but intense flooding already does

The heart-wrenching scenes from Houston’s devastation caused by Hurricane Harvey and its aftermath have started a national discussion about flood control and water management. Experts and city authorities say it’s unlikely…

    • Soil testing day at 25th and Tasker garden | By Ali Marisa Photography

Free soil testing for city-owned gardens and lots through brownfields grant

About 20 community gardens on publicly-owned land could receive a free soil assessment from the City in the next two years, to find out if there are potential contaminants in the…

Eyes on the Street

February 6-10: 'Mon Oncle' screening, Visibly Invisible: 'Our Gadgets our Identities,' urban agriculture documentaries, PhillyCAM opening, 'Green, Urban, Glocal'

Architecture in Film Series: Mon Oncle Monday, February 6, 6:30pm, screening begins at 7:15. Philadelphia Center for Architecture, 1218 Arch Street. Mon Oncle (1958), an Academy Award-winning French comedy by Jacques…

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