Of the 22 original Penn Station eagles, 18 survived the station's destruction. One of them ended up at the Valley Forge Military Academy.
The Linfield Industrial Park lays abandoned near Philadelphia but once was the center of America's largest whiskey production. Visit before plans are finalized.
Philadelphia-based engineering design company Oat Foundry offers a 21st century take on the iconic flap signs that once filled train stations around the world.
Discover how burlesque began, developed, and evolved in Philadelphia through the ages up until modern pop culture oriented burlesque with a splash of Star Wars.
Explore Edgar Allan Poe's rich history by heading to the top nine Poe sites in Philadelphia. Architecture, literature, and culture of the 1840's await.
With public awareness for urban planning at an all-time high, we are in the midst of a renaissance of smart design. Here are 10 projects you should care about.
Philadelphia is set to turn the Reading Viaduct into an elevated rail park similar to NYC's High Line. See renderings of the park and the latest news.
The High Line in NYC is one of the most well-known elevated parks, but around the world there are many similar urban reclamation projects proposed or underway.
Our article on vintage photos of Columbus Circle was super popular, but we got a good number of comments saying that one of the photos was not actually Columbus Circle.
In North Philadelphia, around Germantown and Lehigh Avenues, an entire neighborhood has been repainted in bright, fun colors as part