Area rugs and furniture with lots of textural fabrics will help by absorbing sound. So will bookcases with lots of books.
The Zoning Board rejected a variance for a factory conversion despite strong neighborhood support and deal to create jobs for minority workers.
Plant some spring mix. Or maybe we should call it fall mix. In any case, it's a wonderful mélange of greens, and it's time to get it in the ground.
Designed as the Grand Lodge for the Pennsylvania Order of the Sons of Italy in America, the South Broad Street building is now fulfilling its function by providing services to the disabled.
Bring the kids home from Plant Camp. The cats currently sunning themselves on my windowsill aren't going to be happy about this, but they're about to get displaced.
Your proposal smartly expressed a desire for the trinity of great urbanism: density, walkability, diversity. Of all the metropolises on the Northeast Corridor, none offers a better version of the urbanist mix, at a more affordable price, than Philadelphia.
Sometimes the area rug's backing, or even the rug pad or its backing, dries out and turns into dust.
One thing is certain: The long, linear Parkway was never meant to hold mega-events like Made in America and the NFL draft.
The sunlight, your location, how many trees are around - these are the many things that affect how a color looks, even if the paint is out of the same can.
As Philly parking garages make way for housing, urbanists cheer. But should they?
Just a duvet and bottom sheet is a thing. In fact, it's getting more popular. As you discovered, it truly is a simple way to make your bed in the morning. Just pull up the duvet and smooth it out. Done!
Appreciate the monarchs, and not just the ones on "Game of Thrones." Those beautiful striped caterpillars that are currently decimating the milkweeds are bulking up for the long road to Mexico.
It's great to want to tackle a project for your parents. But without tearing everything out, you may never know why the ceiling in the hallway is lower.
If you haven't already done this, start seeds of broccoli, cabbage, collards, brussels sprouts, and Chinese cabbage.