Chinatown: Community Gives Feedback on Recommended Improvements to Vine Street Corridor

Chinatown: Community Gives Feedback on Recommended Improvements to Vine Street Corridor

For many Chinatown residents, the time had come to see plans for a safer future. The Delaware Valley Regional Planning Commission held an open house Thursday at the Holy Redeemer Chinese Catholic Church and School at 10th and Vine streets. The DVRPC — which is the federally designated metropolitan planning organization that serves Philadelphia and […]

 

South Philadelphia: Five Hobby Shops To Pique Your Interest

South Philadelphia: Five Hobby Shops To Pique Your Interest

South Philadelphia is known for its diverse residents. It’s no surprise the area also has a wide range of specialty shops. Whether you’re new to the area, or a native who just wants to try something new, we put together a list of stores to check out to start a collection or hobby of your own. […]

 

Amateur Sports: Parks and Recreation Looking to Make the City a Better Place

Amateur Sports: Parks and Recreation Looking to Make the City a Better Place

Located at the intersection of S. 32nd and Dickenson streets in Grays Ferry sits Stinger Park. It has the appearance of many neighborhood parks throughout the city – old and worn from decades of use, with a touch of nostalgia. The park has the look and feel of an area that is in constant use. […]

 

Logan: Logan Residents Feel the Neglect

Logan: Logan Residents Feel the Neglect

When walking into John Stephen’s Logan home, the home that he and his wife have lived in since 1972, the smell of fresh flowers is immediate. Stephens, a retired salesman for Verizon, assists his wife, a florist, with deliveries and they store many of the bouquets of arrangements of white lilies and orange carnations in […]