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March 23: Aramark on the skyline | Why Philly's grid matters | Keeper of the waterfront parking

Aramark is considering moving their headquarters to the forthcoming PMC Marketplace Design Center building at 2400 Market building, the Philadelphia Business Journal reports. They are adamant about putting an Aramark sign…

    • Speak Easy event at WHYY | Ifanyi Bell

Neighborhoods in Flux: A Resource Kit

On Tuesday night, WHYY hosted a public conversation about Philadelphia's changing neighborhoods: how to improve them, how to stay in them, and how to treat your neighbors, whether they’re new to…

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From the Editor: PlanPhilly finds a new home at WHYY

For the past nine years, PlanPhilly has worked to hold the city accountable through beat reporting about planning, design, preservation and development news, investigative journalism and data analysis on issues such…

    • Fueling the machine, Photo by Melon Images
Eyes on the Street

March 21-23: Academy of Natural Sciences turns 202 | Bicycle art benefit auction | Antique-a-Palooza | Philly Chili Bowl | Morris Arboretum kids' art series

Happy first weekend of spring, Eyes on the Street!  VISIT: Academy of Natural Sciences pay-what-you-wish Friday, March 21. 10am - 4:30pm. Academy of Natural Sciences, 1900 Benjamin Franklin Parkway. The…

    • Philadelphus | Flickr user phillytrax, Eyes on the Street flickr group
Eyes on the Street

March 2-4: Director John Foy, HSP Ancestry Day, Flower Show

Philadelphus | Flickr user phillytrax, Eyes on the Street flickr groupWHYY First Friday Arts with John Foy, director of RESURRECT DEAD: The Mystery of the Toynbee Tiles Friday, March 2,…

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Castor Gardens' Butkovitz wins city controller primary

By Shannon McDonald Alan Butkovitz, incumbent Democratic candidate for city controller, won yesterday's primary race, in which he ran against Brett Mandel and John Braxton. Butkovitz faced…

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Recap of NEastPhilly-WHYY Democratic City Controller debate

Updated: 9:37 a.m. 5/8/09 By Shannon McDonald NEastPhilly.com and WHYY partnered last night to host a debate for the city's three Democratic candidates for city controller, Alan Butkovitz, John Braxton…

City Controller debate tomorrow night

[googlemaps http://maps.google.com/maps?q=john+perzel+community+center&oe=utf-8&client=firefox-a&ie=UTF8&hl=en&ll=40.051074,-75.048552&spn=0.008559,0.019312&t=h&z=14&iwloc=A&cid=734698510052164822&output=embed&w=425&h=350] By Shannon McDonald NEastPhilly.com and WHYY will co-host a debate for the city's three Democratic candidates for city controller tomorrow night. Two of the candidates, incumbent Alan Butkovitz and…

NEastPhilly.com to cohost City Controller debate

By Shannon McDonald NEastPhilly.com and WHYY will cohost a debate for the city's three Democratic candidates for City Controller, two of whom have ties to the NEast. On Thursday, May…

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Right NEast/Wrong NEast: Apparently the North and East have split

UPDATE: In yet another It's Our City post about last week's budget workshop at St. Dom's, the school is again listed as being in Frankford. Fourth time's not the charm. Outside…

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Right NEast/Wrong NEast: St. Dom's ain't in Frankford

Outside media don't care about the Northeast. We have all seen them misuse, misspell and mistake our neighborhoods and our streets, so we at NEast mag wanted to do something about…

Labor groups call budget workshops a "ploy"

By Christopher Wink Labor and union groups are calling foul play two days before Mayor Michael Nutter is coming to Holmesburg to talk budget. “There’s no way that the large…

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