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Josh Middleton
Josh Middleton, doer of things

A proud graduate of Temple University, Josh Middleton has been working as a writer, editor and social media manager in Philadelphia since 2009. He cut his teeth at Philadelphia City Paper, covering, among other things, arts and culture news and LGBT issues.

From there, he moved on to Philadelphia magazine, reporting for and editing phillymag.com’s LGBT blog, G Philly, and later starting the site’s arts and entertainment channel, Ticket. His byline has also appeared in the Philadelphia Inquirer, Penn Law Journal and Philadelphia Wedding.

Stories by Josh Middleton:

Do Something: Go Night Marketing

The Food Trust's street food festival celebrating Philly's neighborhoods and immigrant cultures returns Thursday. Plus, discuss solutions for reentry, LOVE Your Park Week and more ways to be a delicious citizen this week

By Josh Middleton

Do Something: Rock Out for Homeless Women

A cookout and concert Saturday benefits local women experiencing homelessness. Plus, the three-day MOVE conference, a performance by Cuban flaneur Tania Bruguera and more ways to be an awesome citizen this week

By Josh Middleton

Do Something: Build a Human Chain Around City Hall

Join hands with your fellow Philadelphians to support those affected by sexual violence. Plus, Get Better Fest, BrideNext and more ways to be a hands-on citizen this week

By Josh Middleton

Do Something: Make Your Next Protest Sign

Signs of Solidarity hosts its second protest-sign-making workshop. Plus, take a silent walking tour of a recycling plant, participate in Walk for Hunger and more ways to be an awesome citizen this week

By Josh Middleton

Do Something: Snag a Free Tree for Your Block

TreePhilly pop-ups offer 14 varieties of trees free of charge—from shade trees to flowering trees and even apple trees. Plus, three ways to fight Trump and more ways to be an awesome citizen this week

By Josh Middleton

Do Something: Hear Lauren Chief Elk

The advocate for Native American women speaks at South Philly Barbacoa Monday night. Plus, talk law and order with Chris Hayes, welcome a new program by Al-Bustan and more ways to be an engaged citizen this week

By Josh Middleton