For this edition we venture into this two bedroom bachelor pad on Delancey Street near Rittenhouse Square.
For the second time in as many years, a forecast for a major snowstorm during the Philadelphia Flower Show turned into a bust.
Last May, a Brooklyn-based do-it-yourself craft school and "makerspace" called 3rd Ward came to Philadelphia. The 27,000-square-foot temple to DIY in Northern Liberties was hyped as a new creative engine for the city, and the first step in the New York institution's nationwide expansion. Then, five months later, it shut down.
Art and horticulture come together for this yearly event. Here is everything you need to know.
Just days before the Philadelphia Historical Commission is scheduled to decide the fate of the historic art deco Boyd Theater, an anonymous donor has offered to purchase the theater on behalf of a preservation-minded nonprofit.
For this edition of Trendy Homes, we venture into the one-room studio of Alyssa Rae Hoffman, who lives in the Fishtown neighborhood of Philadelphia. Her work at lifestyle brand Free People is reflected in her personal taste and how she has styled her home.
The Polar Vortex, Global Warming, Storms of the Century, no matter what you call it, almost every state in the United States has been affected by the recent severe weather conditions.
It's hard not to wince when you first look at the renderings of the Mormon Church's expanding kingdom at 16th and Vine Streets, unveiled last week by Mayor Nutter. The architectural chameleons at Robert Stern's office have paired a 1920s-style apartment tower with a teensy redbrick meetinghouse that looks as if it was dragged across town from colonial-era Society Hill.
Q: I can't figure out how to redo our little bath. Our house is from the 1950s, with one amazing original bath and a second bath added later. That one makes our room the master, but it's so cramped with a dingy tub, frosted glass doors, and an icky vanity. There's no way to make the room bigger, but how can we maximize the space? My husband thinks we should make a half-bath with two sinks, but then we would have to go down the hall to shower.
Even though a petition with high support has surfaced, original plans for the Divine Lorraine building on North Broad Street will go on.
Just in time for Valentine's Day, Mayor Nutter and City Council President Darrell L. Clarke came to an agreement on the renovation of John F. Kennedy Plaza, better known to skateboarders, lunching office workers, tourists, and bridal parties as LOVE Park. There had been a fierce debate about its fate, but one thing had never been in dispute: The LOVE sculpture would stay.
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