All the Right Moves

While other cultural organizations struggle to stay relevant, Christine Cox’s BalletX keeps growing, spreading the joy of dance to more people

By Sarah Jordan

The Art of Fair Pay

The ICA is the first museum in the country to pledge fair pay to the artists whose work it shows. Could it be at the vanguard of a movement?

By Sarah Jordan

Meet the Disruptor: Paige Price

Philadelphia Theater Company's new artistic director came in and did the unthinkable: Cancelled everything. Tonight, she launches a second act

By Sarah Jordan

More than just Bloomsday

The Rosenbach is working to shed its quiet “hidden gem” rep and become the energizing hub of our city’s intellectual life

By Sarah Jordan

The Citizen Recommends: Walk In My Shoes

Cops and community members share the stage to bare their souls in a new Theater of Witness production

By Sarah Jordan

The Food Cure

MANNA’s food-as-medicine mission started out servicing AIDS patients. Now the Philly nonprofit is partnering with health insurers to save all sorts of lives—and lots of money

By Sarah Jordan

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?

By Sarah Jordan

The Citizen Recommends: Marching Music

Commonwealth Youthchoirs—which wowed the Pope in 2015—presents “The Children’s March” to commemorate the children of the 1963 Birmingham protest and to inspire young people today

By Sarah Jordan