Food Touches Everything

At the Citizen’s Restaurants and Social Impact event, four acclaimed chefs talked about feeding their customers well, while doing good for their communities

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

The Citizen Updates: Philabundance Community Kitchen

The culinary program for low-income and incarcerated people now has a booming catering business. Check it out yourself at The Citizen party

By Jamie Bogert

The Citizen Updates: Rebel Ventures

The crew of high school students have fed students throughout the School District—part of their plan to bring healthy snacks to every child

By Jamie Bogert

A Restaurant to Feed Them All

With a chef who bills himself a “culinary anthropologist,” pay-what-you-can EAT Cafe in West Philly upends restaurant dining as we know it

By Meredith Degyansky

Ideas We Should Steal: Anonymous Food Pantries

More people in Philadelphia are going hungry than ever. Can we end the stigma of seeking free food?

By Quinn O'Callaghan

Unlikely Foodies

Philabundance Community Kitchen has helped 600 disadvantaged and recently incarcerated people get culinary jobs—helping to keep them out of prison

By Quinn O'Callaghan

A Radical Business

The Temple students who run Rad Dish Co-op Cafe are shifting the concept of business school, to be about success and doing good in the world

By Meredith Degyansky

The Citizen Updates: Farm to Families

The St. Chris Foundation’s program distributes 300 boxes of fresh produce a week to poor families. And it’s on a rapid expansion plan.

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Ideas We Should Steal: What’s Good in the Agrihood?

Detroiters are transforming empty acreage into an urban farming community. Could it work in Philly?

By Quinn O'Callaghan

Dinner … At The Library?

The Culinary Literacy Center teaches cooking—and fosters community—among Philadelphians of all stripes

By Quinn O'Callaghan