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I am extremly excited to see an Indian food place on Germantown Ave...has anyone tried it out yet?
Carol Davis, Carol Graeber, and Doris Kessler spent a good bit time weeding at the station earlier this week.
During construction of the Allen Lane Station the pin oak in front of High Point Cafe was severely damaged. Heavy vehicles compacted its root zone and there was also excavation within its root zone.
Two students from the "Public Lands" graduate-level studio in Temple University's Landscape Architecture Program won PA-DE ASLA Student Awards.
Cloud Terrace takes the form of a hand‐sculpted wire mesh cloud suspended over the terrace and embellished with 10,000 genuine SWAROVSKI ELEMENTS water‐drop crystals mirrored in a reflecting pool
Artist Bruce Munro (previously) just opened a new exhibition at Longwood Gardens in Pennsylvania including a number of impressive translucent silos constructed from bottles.
This is great Scott...I am looking to get into brewing. ...
English Bitter—Don’t Let ...
Its a good idea in any urban gardening situation to have ...
To Dig or Not to Dig?
I wasn't able to make the meeting. I noticed that the ...
SEPTA Officials Hope Allen ...
I think there is an emphasis on the reference to glass-...
Mt. Airy Art Garage Comes ...
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