The second book of Harry Kyriakodis, The Benjamin Franklin Parkway is an easy and heavily illustrated look at the city’s most famous boulevard. Epitomous of the City Beautiful movement, the corridor connected Fairmount Park to what was then a bustling and gritty downtown, with the massive & misnomed Broad Street Station at its origin near […]
So if you're reading this, you likely know about the Lenfest Institute, a first-of-its-kind entity working on the wicked problem of local news. The Institute opened up its grant applications for the first time this summer and so this blog's author submitted a few applications to the experimentation fund. I wanted to open source the content in case other people have prior art or other insights to provide.
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