Philly’s the city of neighborhoods, right? So consider this story your resource for news about and in Philly’s many neighborhoods. That could mean a development story from a specific neighborhood, or Billy Penn’s postcard series about neighborhoods you might not know much about. And now you can buy neighborhood swag — everything from hoodies to phone covers, magnets and more to rep your favorite spot in the city.
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It’s part of a collaborative effort to bring health care directly to the people who need it most.
Barber shops, laundromats and other storefronts are becoming makeshift libraries.
Five years ago, registered community organizations became an official part of the zoning process in Philadelphia. Experts look back on what that change has meant for the city.
Where: Pipeline Philly at 30 S. 15th Street
When: September 27, 2017 at 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m.
How much: Free
The energy company will host a meeting tonight about plans for a new substation, but Wynnefield residents want a say in how their neighborhood gets developed.
Saturday’s event at Marconi Plaza was a multicultural celebration before the Mexico-Ireland Unity Cup match.
It’s about shrinking federal dollars and an old-fashioned formula that isn’t going away
The center at 26th and Master is about to launch a program that connects all the generations that use it.
Get a guided tour of North Broad from Vine to Poplar to explore what was once there and what's in the works.
Where: North Broad at Broad Street and Vine Street 19102
When: September 23, 2017 at 11:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m.
How much: $14-$20
Experts wonder how different Philly might be if the development and planning fields were more diverse.