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From old stone tunnels to trails off the beaten path, here are some of the must-visit secrets of Fairmount Park.
Some neighborhoods are unrecognizable from five years ago, but Philly has managed to hold onto some of its oldest, most significant structures that date all the way back to the 17th century.
From planting a free tree to purifying with plants, here are more than a dozen tips, big and small, to help make your home, neighborhood, and city more sustainable.
Now is the perfect time to take in Philly’s gardens, museums, cemeteries, and outdoor art.
Not all city folks are so lucky to have a patio or backyard to host an epic cookout. That's where this handy map can help.
The sculptures will still be in full view of the public
The master plan was unveiled after a year of public input
100 parks across Philly are participating
To help ring in spring
The popular mobile beer garden returns this month.
Everything you need to know about the Cherry Blossom Festival
From East Falls to Fishtown
As always, there’s a huge array of options
Volunteers are needed to help clean up parks
From University City to Germantown
From studios to two-bed homes
It’s a four-bed place with a number of environmentally friendly touches.
The bigger project means a section of the Parkway will be shut down to make way for bikers, walkers, and art enthusiasts
"It will serve as a stimulus for residential and commercial development," Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney said.
The park opens after over a decade of planning
From University City to Port Richmond
The announcement came during a ceremony to welcome the sculpture back
The festival runs through Sunday
Council members will discuss at an upcoming meeting
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.
New Year, new parks, buildings, and more! Here are 10 things to look forward to in Philly over the next 12 months.
There are more than a dozen parks in the works or proposed for Philly, from a park over I-95 to a tiny neighborhood parklet.
After more than four decades, work has finally begun to re-open the 37-acre reservoir to the public.
Plus: Take a ride along the old trolley line before it was abandoned in 1946.
Philly is the first city to partner with the Google Street View Trekker Project, which allowed the documentation of some 400 miles of trails, plus sites and attractions.
PORT-designed installations will question the future of the Ben Franklin Parkway as a public space
Local blacksmith Warren Holzman’s work will be one of the first things you see at center
From the William Penn statue atop City Hall to the infamous Rocky statue, Philly is chockfull of iconic, head-turning sculptures.
The first phase of the $7 million Centennial Commons project is aiming to break ground in mid- to late April.
From Elfreth’s Alley to Chestnut Hill, it’s that time of year when you can finally go inside so many of the historic homes and mansions of Philly, all decked out for the holidays.
Here are more than a dozen places that presidents have visited in Philadelphia over this country's history, from the tavern where George Washington used to sit back with a drink to the historic hotel where Abraham Lincoln once delivered a speech.
The honor was given by the American Planning Association, which today announced the country's 15 Great Places for 2016 through the organization’s national flagship program, Great Places in America.
If you're just jumping on the Pokemon Go bandwagon, consider this map your starting point. Here, Curbed Philly has marked many of the best places in the city to catch a rare Pokemon.
We compiled 10 great public parks where you can host a Memorial Day picnic or cookout. They all offer plenty of green space to lay out a blanket, and some of them even have charcoal grills.