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Episode No. 10 – Philly Streets in the 1700s

Philadelphia in the 1700s is a tale of two cities. The city is innovative and forward thinking about improving public spaces. But the city is…

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Episode No. 9 – A Guide to Why Streets Matter, plus Philly’s Early Streets

Streets are our most basic, and fundamental, public spaces. Cities can’t work without them. But we tend to take them for granted. The everyday-ness of…

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Episode No. 8 – History of the Street… Coming soon!

At long last… the Found in Philadelphia podcast is back with a new series about the history of Philly’s streets. It’s been… a pandemic. But…

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Episode No. 4 – The Life and Times of Caroline R. Le Count: Part 2

A city at war with a not-so-distant enemy, hospitals overwhelmed and spilling over into temporary tents, nurses asking citizens to donate critical supplies, it’s Philadelphia…

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