From the most controversial to the ones that made the biggest impact
Volunteers are needed to help clean up parks
There have been a lot of changes in the past few years
The $7 million project brings interactive technology into the mix
The long-awaited space has been opening this past week
The 180-year-old fountain will soon have light shows
Color shines down from below and above.
Pulse has been a long time coming, and the first part of the art installation will arrive next month.
The first phase of renovations for the Waterloo Playground in West Kensington is opening this month
The Delaware River Waterfront also announced 14 artists who will work in the space when it opens.
Trash cans decked out with loud yellow ads have been turned into art pieces by local artists, thanks to a group of Philadelphians.
The Rebuild initiative will invest in the Heitzman Recreation Center in Harrowgate.
Residents reported a decrease in depression when nearby vacant lots were turned into green spaces
Tell us what you’re eager to see improved about the space this year.
The interactive popup park Oval+, opens on the Parkway this week, providing space for families to play, bike, run, and lounge.
From boating and beer, to history and culture, here’s everything you can do this weekend.
The first phase will open in June
The annual parade runs on Sunday this year
The announcement came during a ceremony to welcome the sculpture back
The five-mile trail was just crowned the 2018 Trail of the Year by Pennsylvania’s Department of Conservation and Natural Resources.
Philly just secured more than $7 million from PennDOT to go toward fixing and improving Philly’s streets, trails, and more.
Schuylkill Banks announced Wednesday that South to Christian has opened to trail users, extending the trail by another 1,400 feet and closing the gap between the Boardwalk and Grays Ferry Crescent.
A new map published by fitness tracker Strava offers a fascinating peek into how and where people exercise all over the world, including right here in Philly.
As we say goodbye to 2017, we lay out Philly’s six biggest cliffhangers of the year, from Amazon HQ2 to the city’s affordable housing crisis.