Guest Commentary: How to Succeed in Business

The Millennial founder of the West Philly Corridor Collaborative on lessons learned from organizing over 700 small businesses

By Jabari Jones

Fixing the Shift

A grass roots group fighting for a fairer work week arrives in Philly today. Will it make getting ahead easier for those who need it?

By Jane M. Von Bergen

The New Philadelphia Story

After the Amazon pitch and Super Bowl win, now’s the time to tell a new story about who we are. Maybe Doug Pederson can help

By Larry Platt

Reality Check: Is Philly In Denial About Its Jobs Problem?

WURD’s afternoon host contends unemployment is worse than officials want you to know

By Charles D. Ellison

The Citizen Recommends: The New Localism Booksigning

Urban thinkers Bruce Katz and Jeremy Nowak bring their optimistic take on cities to The Hive

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Sister Act(ion)

Impact100 Philadelphia harnesses the spending power of women to change the world around them

By Jill Harkins

Philly’s Middle Class Housing Problem

Why is the city so complacent about affordable homes for its middle income residents?

By Jon Geeting
Jan

16

EVENT:

Book Signing: The New Localism

Tuesday, Jan 16, 2018
5:30 pm-7:30 pm

at The HIVE

Join authors Bruce Katz and Jeremy Nowak for a conversation about those who hold the real power in cities today—the problem-solvers.  

“Power Belongs To The Problem Solvers”

In an excerpt from the book The New Localism, innovative cities are seen as the answer to partisan conflict

By Bruce Katz and Jeremy Nowak

Citizen Of The Week: Chris Banks

A Philly native’s “Banksgiving” program gives area kids something they desperately need to raise themselves out of poverty: Financial literacy training

By Quinn O'Callaghan