UNEXPECTED DRAMA IN THE PHILLY DA RACE?
A WURD host also wonders: What’s with the $50 million wasted on new Philly PD headquarters?
Guest Commentary: Disrupt the Machine
A longtime committee person argues that our current system of ward fiefdoms must be overturned for the sake of local democracy
More Than Just Hope
Hopeworks 'n Camden, a nonprofit that helps at-risk youth, is so successful, it’s facing an identity crisis. Should it expand into other cities or teach others how to do what it does?
Meet the Disruptor: All About That Flow
Philly startup Neuroflow could change the way veterans and mental health professionals diagnose post-traumatic stress—something long overdue
Refugees from Bhutan and Nepal are reuniting with their farmer roots in South Philly. It’s not just nostalgia for their agrarian past; it’s also a path to jobs
Do Something: Drink for the Dogs
Join the fight to end food insecurity in Philadelphia. Plus, sit in on an LGBTQ forum, toast pooches and female entrepreneurs and more ways to be an awesome citizen this week
What Change Feels Like
Watch out, establishment—something is in the air. Now let’s make sure our new faces also think anew
The Citizen Recommends: Leah Buechley
As part of a Drexel series on rethinking learning, the former MIT educational technologist grapples with the inequities her work can bring to education
REALITY CHECK: Really? Turnout was good?
In the first of a regular column, a WURD host calls Tuesday’s turnout a flat #resist re-mix—not a success