Tracking PA’s ‘Blue Wave’ in the House

As part of a series on the upcoming election, an urban demographer looks at how the state house races are likely to play out

By Jonathan Tannen

Clean Up, Philly

Philly is the biggest city in the nation with no street cleaning. Instead we have a litter survey. Herein, some actionable ideas

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Et #MeToo, Philly?

In a follow-up to a Citizen piece on statewide sexual harassment laws, Philly proves that even having the best employment laws in the state don’t keep city workers from being harassed

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

The Fix: When The Empire Strikes Back

An attack on Controller Rebecca Rhynhart by the Mayor’s allies is straight from a familiar Philly playbook

By Larry Platt

As Goes Philly, So Goes the Guv

An urban demographer lays out how the city’s votes in the upcoming race for Governor can sway the election—assuming, of course, the city votes

By Jonathan Tannen

Guest Commentary: Stop Backroom Philly Politics

Two newly-elected committee people call for an open process to fill the surprise opening in the 175th State House race—instead of the same-old Philly politics

By Vanessa Snyder and Caroline Tiger

The Most Woke Billionaire On Earth

Main Line entrepreneur and 76ers co-owner Michael Rubin’s eyes were opened to the criminal injustice system through his friend Meek Mill. Now he’s on the case.

By Larry Platt

What #MeToo in PA?

The state legislature failed to act on more than a dozen sexual harassment bills to protect workers across Pennsylvania. Here’s what that means for women

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy