Tweed Ride in Philadelphia

124 dashing dandies and dames on bicycles took to the streets of Philadelphia for a couple of hours. They were dressed in dashing wool caps, silk scarfs, ascots, or bow tie accenting the neck, and of course the Argyle socks.
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Mural Arts Program

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Water Magic in Philadelphia

The Schuylkill Banks trail park has been a huge success in Philadelphia since its opening in 2004. On any given day, one can observe city some of the 14,000 residents that pass through the park every day, enjoying the park; from joggers to picnickers to people (more...)

Philadelphia Metro System to Sell Power Back to Grid

Tough economic times mean lower revenues for America’s public transportation systems. Government funding and ridership drop in tandem with tax revenues and incomes, and many transit systems have recently had to raise fares and cut back on services to stay afloat. But the old saying, “Necessity is the mother of invention,” (more...)

SugarHouse Casino Nearing $5M in First Week Revenue

Opening to much fan fair on Sept. 23, SugarHouse, the first casino in Philadelphia and second to Parx in the metro area, recorded $4.7 million in slots revenue in its first week of operation, state gaming regulators said on Oct. 4. SugarHouse is located on the Delaware riverfront and currently (more...)

Temple University Breaks Ground on International Student Housing

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Drexel’s Commitment Spurs a Large Effort

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Free Audio Tours in Philadelphia

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The Best Places In Philly

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Temple University Transit Center Reconstruction in Planning

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