Sunday, May 24, 2015


As you look down from the ninth floor of what is now known as "The Curtis," a canopy of trees hides all but the tower of Independence Hall, just a few feet below the clock.
A few weeks back, I replied to a reader's question about "ghost shadows" on his ceiling. It isn't as spooky as it sounds. The reader was asking about paint he could use to hide the lines, which reappeared after he had painted the ceiling three years ago.
A clean air conditioner is an efficient one, too
I used to think that the tiny-house movement had something to do with building smaller homes that more people could afford.
Taxman missing out on Phila.'s real-estate boom
So passionate is Rick Baldt about the Jersey Shore that he claims to have spent 63 summers there. He's 62, but he counts when he was in utero.
Colonial's Tuscan flair perfect for a blended family
One in a continuing series spotlighting real estate markets in the region's communities. Weichert Realtors agent Barbara Mastronardo calls Concord Township "one hot little real estate market."
A hip, affordable alternative to Center City
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Inside the Sixers: It's hard to build around a cornerstone if you're not completely certain he's the cornerstone you want to build around.