Citizen of the Week: George Boyd
The Plymouth Meeting retiree read about the plight of a Puerto Rican hurricane evacuee family. Then he stepped up to help
CitizenCast—Citizen Speaks: Business for Good
On Wednesday, an audience of entrepreneurs, innovators and go getters joined a panel of experts to talk about how doing well and doing good go hand in hand. Listen to the conversation
Do Something: Strike a Pose for Seniors
This week, do your best tree pose for the elderly, check out intergenerational art work, play Cornhole for cancer patients, get yourself a rain barrel, and more!
Beyond the Books
Fairhill’s Lillian Marrero library branch brings the poorest Philadelphians services that expand the definition of literacy far beyond the stacks. It’s a model for the future of libraries
The Citizen Recommends: Philadelphia Mini Maker Faire
This Sunday, join Philly's creatives for a day celebrating the ideas and innovations that keep the city moving forward at the Philadelphia Mini Maker Faire
Do Something: Tidy Up Your Park
This week, celebrate the rich roots of spoken word, clean up your local park, learn about Brazilian activist Marielle Franco, and more!
Do Something: Join Our Disruptors
This week, do yoga to support homeless puppies, pitch your best ideas to Philadelphia's disruptors, support a South Philly co-op, celebrate Jazz, and more!
Las Voces de María/The Voices of María: The Burdoy Luis Family
In the last of a series on Puerto Rican hurricane evacuees, a family missing home finds a new family in Philly