'Intervals' challenges visitors to consider what happened in between

'Intervals' challenges visitors to consider what happened in betweenExperimental, Puerto Rico-based artists Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla like to explore the spaces between the past and the present though unusual objects and found moments in history. Their projects usually start with

New Jersey's Matchbox car museum is bigger than you might think [photos]

New Jersey's Matchbox car museum is bigger than you might think [photos]The Matchbox Road Museum showcases 50,000 pieces of Matchbox memorabilia, including the well-known miniature models, concept cars, one-offs for special events and even board games.
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Jim Kenney racks up another union endorsement [audio]

Jim Kenney racks up another union endorsement [audio]At a ceremony held right outside the door where Michael Nutter enters and exits City Hall, three AFSCME district councils formally announced their endorsement of Jim Kenney's campaign to succeed Philadelphia's current mayor.

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Sigma Sound building should have been a music history museum

Once again, Philadelphia fails to recognize its own history. When I saw the obituary in a Philadelphia Business Journal email, treated like just another real estate transaction, I did what anyone would do after learning about
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Architect James Timberlake: Neighborhood balkanization holds Philly back [video]

Architect James Timberlake makes no bones about the ways he hopes Philly can improve. He sat down with PlanPhilly for this Streetviews Q&A in KieranTimberlake's new offices to talk about how neighborhood balkanization holds

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On eve on anti-Muslim ads' appearance, Philly faith leaders urge dialogue

On eve on anti-Muslim ads' appearance, Philly faith leaders urge dialogue

Faith leaders and Philadelphia officials gathered at Love Park Tuesday to urge the public not to be distracted by the anti-Muslim ads that will soon be displayed on more than 80 city buses.
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The science behind fixing Philadelphia's 0,000 pothole problem

The science behind fixing Philadelphia's $550,000 pothole problem

The streets are lurking with a dangerous science experiment that's been brewing underground for months.
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