Benjamin Franklin Parkway
“In the next month, the whole city will be blooming, basically from City Hall all the way to the art museum,” PHS president Drew Becher says.
The Barnes Foundation, about to open in mid-May on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, has installed a major new piece of art.
“Site Seeing” is a month-long program in April from the Fairmount Park Art Association, to help the public rediscover public art.
You may have noticed it on your evening drive through Center City – that dazzling digital display along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway.
Mayor Nutter wants City Hall to make JFK Plaza more user friendly.
A pending deal to sell the city-owned landmark headquarters building to the BSA for $500,000 died with the turn of the calendar year, since Philadelphia City Council let the legislation languish without action.
Authorities are investigating a fire that broke out inside a Center City high-rise apartment Sunday afternoon.
The opening date was announced even as a Montgomery County judge deliberates on whether the move from Merion is legal.
Restoration work has now been completed on the exterior and gardens of the landmark Rodin Museum, on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway at 22nd Street.
“There’s no reason why they can’t do it at 9, when it gets dark,” says one woman we spoke with.
The Welcome America bandwagon keeps rolling. Sunday’s events promise to satisfy almost any appetite.
The Barnes Foundation will close its Merion galleries July 3rd in anticipation of moving the collection to the Parkway next spring. KYW Newsradio’s community affairs reporter Karin Phillips took one of the last tours through the Merion galleries.
More than 20,000 of the people who light up your life — literally — are in Philadelphia this week for a huge convention.
Philadelphia’s “Sister Cities Park,” on Logan Square, is getting a facelift, designed with the “wow” factor in mind.
“It is to raise awareness and to raise funds so that we can go into the community and dispel myths, educate the public, and raise awareness for the critical need for organ donation,” says Renee Freeman, cofounder and executive board chairman of the group “Donors are Heroes.”