Paul Farber and his team at Monument Lab specialize in helping communities dream about not just what monuments should be, but also what they could be.
Philadelphia is in the midst of a messy reckoning with the relics of its past. Do Paul Farber and his team of civic architecture superheroes hold the key to figuring out who should be yanked off their pedestals — and who should replace them?
Philly’s Housing Encampments of 2020 Led to a Nationally Celebrated Deal. Then It All Began to Unravel
It was supposed to be a historic agreement between the city and activists that would revolutionize the way Philly — and the country — dealt with homelessness. What happened?
Being treated as though you’re invisible almost always sucks, but this is an exception.
Do you daydream about seeing people play music up close the way I do?
To find kindred spirits in an empty bar on Christmas is one of life’s greatest gifts.
All across America, we boomers are finding ourselves stuck with heirlooms and mementos that we can’t give away.
The so-called “labor shortage,” which has employers offering signing bonuses and $15-an-hour wages for the first time ever, may actually be what the city needs to build a healthier economy.
Keesha Boyd, Comcast’s head of multicultural video and entertainment engagement strategy, grew up in the 1980s, seeking out television characters who looked like her. Now, she’s making sure the current generation doesn’t have to go searching.
The quirky stone colonial is a study in patterns and playful exuberance.
When it comes to shopping, hope springs eternal.
The artist and educator gives a peek into her colorful world.
Big enough to gather friends around, small enough to fit on your patio.
Eeva, a Kensington bakery/pizzeria/restaurant/wine shop, opened during the pandemic as the takeout-friendly version of what it is today. And what it is today is a full-service restaurant that’s firing on all cylinders.
The successor to one of the most beloved Philly restaurants of all time obviously has big shoes to fill. It’s off to a great start.
The actor and father of two takes us through his journey from West Oak Lane to Hamilton to The Many Saints of Newark.
The wildly popular haunted house has been replaced by a beer garden and “not scary” attractions.