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Half marathon: Philly's new code
Philadelphia's zoning code no longer micromanages pasta or aggressive felines, but the city still...
Aug 24 2012 3:30pm
The Schuylkill Survey: October 1st and Other Impetuous Floods
The Schuylkill Survey series has been interrupted by a flood. The riparian-urban interface was...
Oct 15 2010 3:49pm
The Schuylkill Survey: Local Transects of Pennsylvania River Towns
Today a journey starts. In regular installments to the New Urban Network over the next year, I'll...
Aug 3 2010 9:26am
Frank J. Gruber
Nethaniel M. Hood
The coming housing calamity
More low-down on tall buildings
A tire in the park
Livability means being poor and eating only one kind of lettuce
November solar doldrums
Milwaukee Stories: “I would like to be my own boss.”
Part One: Should MoMA Tout Tactical Urbanism(s) as a Solution to Uneven Growth?
Mike Lydon's blog
Plenty of Horne: Trocadero Sold; Eitel No Longer Lowlands Group Manager
Placemaking News Roundup: Looking Around, Not Up
Project for Public Spaces
Towns With a Past, Towns With a Future
Advocates Request a Fair Share of Bike Resources for Black Communities
Avalon Theater’s Grand Opening is a Winner
Uptown Developer Finds New Bikes Enticing New Tenants
Friday Photos: Dohmen Moves to Historic Third Ward
Here’s How Much Safer Transit Is Compared to Driving
Streetsblog Capitol Hill
Bike Czar: Can Milwaukee Upgrade to Gold Ranking?
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