• Learn about the conditions that led to Frank Furness' most incredible masterworks, including the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts seen here, on Wednesday.
      Learn about the conditions that led to Frank Furness' most incredible masterworks, including the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts seen here, on Wednesday.

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2012 Live Arts / Fringe six picks

This year's Philadelphia Live Arts Festival and Philly Fringe is underway will take over venues in the city through September 22.…

EOTS Recess

Dear readers, Eyes on the Street is taking an end-of-summer hiatus through Labor Day. Enjoy these last few days of August…

Storefront Challenge: Reward refreshed facades

Has the store on your corner been spiffed up lately with new signage or lighting? Have you seen an old storefront…

Check out Ensemble's proposal for Piers 34-35 South

Developer Lou Cicalese's Ensemble Investments is shopping around plans for three new Central Delaware waterfront developments, which are largely scaled-back versions…

Help Kung Fu Necktie and Johnny Brenda's corral bikes

In lots of spots around the city there just isn't enough bike parking to satisfy demand. But this year the city…

Shape the Parkway

The Benjamin Franklin Parkway has seen incredible investment and development over the past couple of years, culminating this spring with the…

July 9: South Street Bridge Illumination

Since last fall work on the South Street Bridge’s light towers has been stop-start. Contractors completed installation of the panels, but…

Independence Day

4th of July | NYPL Digital Image ID 1587778 EOTS is taking today to do dramatic readings of the Declaration,…

How can Philly's walkability improve?

Do blocked sidewalks make you grit your teeth? Does it burn you up when a cyclist cruises down the sidewalk heading…

Put vacancy to work: community land trust opportunities

'blank-wall,' via MikeWebkist | Flickr, Creative Commons By now you’ve heard all about the ways a municipal land bank could work…

EOTS plays hooky

NYPL, Digital gallery 104487 Dear readers, Eyes on the Street is going on vacation. It's time for a break from the…

Abandoned Bike Roundup coming July 23

Have a rusted-out shell of a bike locked to a lonely street sign in your neighborhood? The day of reckoning for…

June 18-19: Calling all Bike Thinkers

If the very idea of European-influenced bike planning in Philly gives you goosebumps, know that you're invited to participate in the…

Must Read: 'Philadelphia Idiot's Guide to Property Taxes and the City Schools'

This afternoon City Council will continue its budget hearings, wrestling with 16 bills that include the much-talked about Actual Value…

Behind PlanPhilly: land banking and vacant property

Wondering what all of this talk about vacant property reform is about? Curious about how the proposed land bank might work?…

Tour Fisher House with DOCOMOMO on Saturday

DOCOMOMO-PHL is hosting tours of Lou Kahn’s Norman Fisher House in Hatboro this Saturday. The Fisher house, built between 1960-1967, is…

City Gardens Contest: enter by June 10

Is your block the greenest? Is your park the lushest? Is your community garden blue-ribbon-worthy? Enter your green space in the…

Art Festival Will Line Schuylkill River Bank with Art

The three-day Art in the Open (AiO) festival will line the banks of the Schuylkill River with art and family activities…

Bike to Work Day and I Bike PHL Challenge

How many miles can you bike between now and August 31? How about biking to work this Friday? May happens to…

Be PlanPhilly's Membership Director

The rumors are true: PlanPhilly is seeking a Membership Director. This is a new position created to help PlanPhilly launch…

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