After landing here in 1976, it's left and returned at least four times.
A ribbon cutting won't happen until May.
Nearly 50 similar artworks by Robert Indiana are scattered around the globe.
Just in time for Valentine's Day.
It's a copyright issue; the Philadelphia Law Department is negotiating for permission.
Nothing's etched in stone, but community leaders are eyeing Pulaski Park.
Hundreds in line were given "certificates" instead of granite stones.
We've wrongly had the outside of the letters painted blue for nearly 30 years.
No official timing on the return of the statue, though.
“It's been a tricky project from day one.”