Meet the Disruptors: Lia Diagnostics
Founders Bethany Edwards and Anna Couturier-Simpson have created the first FDA-approved, biodegradable pregnancy test that protects the environment and women’s privacy
Council To The Rescue?
By defying a tax-happy mayor, our august legislative body has stepped up. But that doesn’t mean Council President Darrell Clarke has found a new moral center
Ideas We Should Steal: Giving Food Waste to the Hungry
A French requirement that groceries donate surplus food has provided millions of healthy meals. Would it work here?
Trump v. The Media
Feeling anxious with every headline from D.C.? On Tuesday, join a panel of journalists from the frontlines to talk about why a free press matters
Educating While Black
The co-founder of The Fellowship for Black Male Educators on how—and why—he became a teacher
Do Something: Eat Your Veggies
This week, kick off Pride Month, use art to heal, check out VegFest, and more!
Growing Out Of Poverty
An Inquirer op-ed by Paul Levy reminds us that doing the same thing again and again will likely yield the same old results
Philly’s Union Diversity Problem
Forty-five percent of the workers on Rebuild projects are supposed to be women or minorities. Is that attainable? A deep dive into our paucity of data about union membership