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September 19, 2015 | By Samantha Melamed, Inquirer Staff Writer
For a penthouse, the top of One Liberty Place hasn't seen much action. First, it was a Cigna corporate cafeteria. Then, it sat vacant. Soon, though, the space - and, more important, the views - will be accessible to anyone willing to pay $19 a ticket. The One Liberty Observation Deck , to open in November, represents an investment "north of $10 million," said general manager Evan Evans. He expects it to attract half a million visitors per year.   To his employer, the French company Montparnasse 56, it was an obvious choice.
NEWS
August 4, 2015 | Jason Nark, Daily News Staff Writernarkj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5916
The world is full of terrible and average people, lots of half-decent ones who do dumb things when they're drunk, and those rare heroes who lift our collective spirits with a game-winning touchdown or successful round of CPR. That whole mishmash of humanity exists in Philly, like a plate of steaming scrapple, and it's evident in the people offering to rebuild a hitchhiking Canadian robot and those who allegedly jumped him over the weekend in...
NEWS
December 20, 2014 | By Joseph A. Gambardello, Inquirer Staff Writer
A France-based company that operates observation decks in Paris, Berlin, and Chicago plans to open a viewing spot on the 57th floor of the 61-story One Liberty Place. Montparnasse 56 said the attraction - its second in the United States - is scheduled to debut in the summer. Mayor Nutter welcomed the project, saying in a statement: "We are a destination rich in history, culture and the arts. From the most historic square mile in the country to the expansive collection of art housed along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, the new observation deck by Montparnasse 56 will offer visitors a chance to see our changing skyline and tourism assets.
REAL_ESTATE
September 22, 2014 | By Erin Arvedlund, Inquirer Staff Writer
The most pleasant feature of Shawn and Lauren League's roof deck is the constant breeze - even on the most sweltering summer-in-the-city days. After visiting the roof deck of some Point Breeze neighbors at 15th and Dickinson Streets, the Leagues liked the idea so much, they took out a home-improvement loan to put in one of their own. "We moved to the city from Bucks County and missed having a yard," Shawn League said. "Yes, the roof deck improved the value of the house, but also our quality of life.
NEWS
August 19, 2014 | BY JENNY DeHUFF, Daily News Staff Writer dehuffj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5218
STRAWBERRY Mansion residents will be the benefactors of three Philadelphia Housing Authority projects within 24 months. The neighbors say they want and need the housing but they want to make sure they have a say in how it's done. City officials broke ground on the first development Tuesday: the Oakdale Street Apartments, on a longtime vacant lot in the north end of Strawberry Mansion. Twelve units will be built on Oakdale Street near 28th, across from the Widener Library. The three developments will result in a total investment of about $30 million.
NEWS
February 9, 2014 | By Andrew Parent, Inquirer Staff Writer
Methacton's Eric Straup had seen Isaac Philip before, and he knew what he had to do to notch his third consecutive win over the Wissahickon senior in a 120-pound duel. "Front headlock," Straup said. "I've been using that a lot. " Straup's pin of Philip helped seal a loud win for Methacton as the Warriors downed host Wissahickon, 65-5, in a nonconference bout Friday. "I've wrestled him before, and I did pretty good," Straup said. "It was pretty much the same thing today against him. " Straup was one of the Methacton regulars to post wins, and some of the team's younger guys also had a productive match, as the Warriors' freshmen combined for five wins.
NEWS
December 11, 2013
YOU'VE heard of stop and frisk, the highly controversial and often unconstitutionally applied tactic wherein police search people without evidence of wrongdoing. The Pennsylvania Legislature is now considering another category of unreasonable search and seizure: stop and swab. A bill pending in the House would allow police to collect DNA evidence from people who are arrested for felonies and certain misdemeanors by swabbing their cheeks when they're booked. It expands current law, which allows DNA evidence to be collected only after people are convicted of certain crimes.
SPORTS
October 22, 2013 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
The afternoon began with such promise. The Eagles could have claimed first place in the NFC East. Nick Foles could have enhanced his candidacy to become the team's starter. The team could have halted a home losing streak. They were shut out of all those possibilities on Sunday. They were even shut out of the end zone. The Eagles' 17-3 loss to the Dallas Cowboys ended the momentum from a two-game winning streak with a resounding thud. "To do what we did is unacceptable," coach Chip Kelly said.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 14, 2013 | By Toby Zinman, For The Inquirer
Long ago, before Emperor Jones , before Iceman , before Long Day's Journey , before the Pulitzer and the Nobel Prizes, before the work that made Eugene O'Neill the granddaddy of American drama, he was a sad young man, down on his luck, who shipped out as a merchant seaman. That rough, hard-drinking, vagabond life yielded what are known as "The Sea Plays" and two of them, Bound East for Cardiff and In the Zone , are Philadelphia Artists' Collective's 2013 Fringe contribution, giving us a chance to see a superb production of these rarely performed one-acts.
NEWS
June 16, 2013 | By Curt Anderson, Associated Press
NORTH BAY VILLAGE, Fla. - Investigators began examining a twisted pile of concrete, metal, and wood Friday to determine why a deck at a popular sports bar collapsed into shallow Biscayne Bay, injuring two dozen people gathered to cheer the Miami Heat in the NBA Finals. Authorities estimated that 100 people were on the deck at Shuckers Bar & Grill when a support on one end apparently gave way, causing the deck to buckle in the middle and drop about eight feet into the bay. The scene Friday was a tangle of partly submerged green plastic chairs, tables, umbrellas, and even flip-flops and cellphones lost in the chaos of the night before.
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