Reality Check: Riding SEPTA While Elderly
WURD’s afternoon host admonishes the transit agency and City Council for their attitude to Philly’s seniors
Shop Your Conscience
The founder of a social impact tracking platform offers suggestions on how to be an ethical consumer this holiday season
Do Something: Practice Pre-Turkey Yoga For Good
Stand up against sexual assault, donate goods for those in need, and try a warrior pose to be a warrior against dangerous pipelines. And, have a Happy Thanksgiving!
Talking ‘Bout A Revolution
Mayor Kenney’s dissolving of the SRC is an opportunity to take a page from Silicon Valley and radically rethink education.
Meet The Disruptor: Communally
The Philadelphia-based “anti-poverty technology B Corp” has provided more than a million people with financial services normally reserved for the well-off
Is Tax Reform an Attack on Cities?
If the Republican tax plan becomes law, it could mean the end to urban development as we know it
A Smarter Smart City
Could the fix for what ails Philly lay in the Kenney administration’s approach to urban technology?
Reality Check: How does the Parking Authority spend its revenue?
Not on the schools, that’s for sure. WURD’s afternoon host calls for a PPA reckoning
The Citizen Recommends: Urban Innovation in the Age of Trump
The inaugural Drexel Dialogues will introduce three problem-solving visionaries working to make their communities better
Droppin’ The Mic
The city’s Amazon pitch paints a thrilling picture of a vibrant, innovative city. Now it’s time to get the political class in the city and state to sign on