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The Secret Plans for The Gallery Have Finally Been Revealed

Welp, the genie is now officially out of the bottle. PREIT and Macerich have finally come forward with their vision for The Gallery and it’s […]


Mega Mall: Simon Property Group Backs Out of Hostile Takeover Bid

Remember earlier this month when news trickled out that Simon Property Group, the nation’s largest mall operator and owner of Philadelphia (Franklin) Mills, ruffled some […]

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Morning Headlines: Archdiocese to Demolish Fishtown’s Saint Laurentius Church

Saint Laurentius Catholic Church has seen some things in it 133-year existence on the corner of East Memphis and Berks Street in Fishtown. Many a […]

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It’s the End of The Gallery as We Know It (and That’s a Shame)

THE GALLERY DIDN’T have a Santa this year. It didn’t decorate for Christmas, either. I felt an odd sadness. When I was a kid, my mom took […]


Morning Headlines: Is The Gallery Still on Track After Hostile Takeover Bid?

  The Gallery has been all over the news lately. The beloved 2 Street Cafe closed its doors for good this past weekend and now comes […]

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Carré d’artistes New Philly Location Makes Original World-Class Artwork Accessible

Carré d’artistes is a known name across the pond in Europe, but for most Philadelphians, the new gallery that opened at 104 South 13th Street in what […]


Bloomingdale’s Is Officially Looking for Space in Center City

An email sent by MSC Retail yesterday notes that Bloomingdale’s is “actively looking” for anywhere between 120,000-square-feet and 150,000-square-feet of space for a “full line” […]

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Philly Artists Mail Their Art Works to Complete Strangers

If a piece of art from a complete stranger fell through your mail slot recently, here’s why: Curator Laris Kreslins cultivated a team of more than […]


Morning Headlines: Stalled Apartment Project Near Clark Park Will Meet the Neighbors, Again

Stop us if you’ve heard this one before: Developers of an apartment project at 4224 Baltimore Ave. will meet with the community to discuss their […]


Morning Headlines: Foster + Partners Will Design $1.5 Billion Penn Health Systems Tower Project

There are a few reasons why the in-progress Comcast Innovation and Technology Center is the most important building to be built in Philadelphia in recent […]

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Morning Headlines: Millennials Drove East Market and the Gallery Renovation

As per a report by the Center City District and the Central Philadelphia Development Corp., the Philadelphia Business Journal’s Natalie Kostelni writes that the retail […]

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THE ONE: Artist Sarah Kaizar On “Mars Show”

Local artist and Tyler School of Art grad Sarah Kaizar is showing her latest works in a solo exhibit called “Mars Show,” open now through November 30th […]

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Lynch-Themed Exhibit Opens at Kensington’s Pterodactyl

Is there really any time as fitting as Halloween weekend to open a show in praise and commemoration of David Lynch? (Okay besides Father’s Day. […]

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Want to See Celebs In the Buff? 25 Years of PETA’s Sexiest Nude Ads Are Coming to Rittenhouse

People for the Ethical Treatment of Animals (PETA) isn’t exactly known for its subtlety, and over the past 25 years the group’s advertisements have sparked many a […]


Morning Headlines: The Gallery Could Get City Funding

During a conference call this past Wednesday, PREIT president Joseph F. Coradino alluded to a possible contribution from City Council that would go into renovating parts of […]