The Citizen Recommends: Mimi Ito
The cultural anthropologist, speaking next week as part of a Drexel series on rethinking learning, wants adults to stop bemoaning kids’ use of technology
Is Jim Kenney Becoming Donald Trump?
In defending his soda tax, the Mayor goes into all-out attack mode. Ring any bells?
March Madness For the Socially Conscious
The NCAA Tournament is the sporting event of the year. Here’s how to enjoy it without being complicit in the exploitation of so-called “student-athletes” (Spoiler: Bucknell wins)
Listening to Jeff Brown
He has done more to bring fresh food to inner cities than any other grocer—as with his upscale, affordable new store on Monument Road. So why is the Mayor attacking him over the soda tax?
Trump And The Jews
Josh Shapiro’s surreal White House experience last week is part of a trend—and we can't remain silent about it
Resurrecting The Happy Warrior
Ed Rendell’s endorsement of a young Indiana mayor to head the Democratic Party is a much-needed answer to the status quo
Using one particular word when announcing he wouldn’t seek reelection may be embattled DA Seth Williams’ greatest contribution to the city
In a new report, Paul Levy lays bare why Philly lags behind in economic growth … and what we can do about it.
Show Us the Money Plan
Jim Kenney got his soda tax. But his Chamber of Commerce address leaves unanswered where the economic growth is going to come from
“Dr. Klasko, President Trump On Line 1”
The disruptive CEO of Jefferson Health has a plan for real health care reform. Listen up, Donald