Tag Archives: culture

Free guided tours during “What’s Out There Weekend” event, May 18-19

The Cultural Landscape Foundation is offering a series of free guided tours (pdf) throughout the day on May 18th and 19th that highlight history, horticulture, nature, and design.  Be sure to take advantage of this opportunity to explore what Philadelphia’s publicly-accessible parks, neighborhoods, and other public spaces have to offer! More information: What’s Out There Weekend Philadelphia

Friday Links for May 10, 2013

Pedestrian fatality rates vary by demographic: The chilling facts about pedestrian fatalities reveal that certain groups are much more likely than others to be injured or killed while walking.  As reported on Streetsblog.com, a report by the Centers for Disease Control found that members of certain groups, including the elderly, minorities, and males in general, are killed by vehicles in disproportionate […]