Bob Brady’s Nixon to China Move
With his announcement that he won’t seek reelection, will Bob Brady surprise us by being an agent of change at home?
How Gerrymandering Got Its Groove On
Author David Daley on how the practice came to be, how Pennsylvania is ground zero for it, and how reform is finally on the way
Turning Resistance Into Action
A year after Trumpocalypse, protests in Philly are down...but action is up
The Not Ready For Prime Time D.A.
Larry Krasner’s week one debacle was more about inexperience than ideology. Can he grow into the job?
The Opposite of Welfare Reform
GOP-sponsored state legislation aimed at reducing welfare costs may just end up costing you moreJan
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.
Change The World. Run for Office
2018 is an election year for at least one office that’s relatively easy to win all over the city: Committeeperson
Thank God For Charlie Dent
Catching up with the Republican congressman from the Lehigh Valley who has become the most reasonable man in politics
Divide and Rule, Philly-Style
Whether it’s legislation targeting Korean delis or street drummers, are progressives playing into Trump’s hands?
Ideas We Should Steal: An Independent Mayor
In Syracuse, a mayor who doesn't belong to either party was just elected. What if it happened here?