The Northeast Philly resident has been donating food to hungry Community College of Philadelphia students since January. Now, she’s offering free meals to a different population: those in need because of coronavirus
Guest Commentary: Being together, apart
The founder of a community-building storytelling nonprofit on why now is the time to fight the growing scourge of loneliness in America
In It Together
Local activist and entrepreneur Judy Wicks’ newest project aims to unite and strengthen our state’s regional economies. It could be just what we all need in this time of climate—and coronavirus—crisis.
Have Fun, Do Good: The Social Distancing Edition
Our regularly updated guide offers fun things to do in Philadelphia during the coronavirus quarantine, including live streams from the Philadelphia Zoo, online art and cooking classes and more.
Business For Good: Alice Alexander
The fashion-forward, size-inclusive, and ethical apparel line is now producing hundreds of Covid-19 face masks. But its real aim is changing the local fashion scene for good
The Virus and the City: An Urban Proxy for the Nation
Drexel’s Metro Finance Lab director on how, in the wake of Covid-19, post-industrial Erie, PA’s efforts at survival can be a model for America
Leadership in the time of crisis
Elected official press conferences suddenly make for great TV. Are any of our guys at all Churchillian?
DIY Life Saving
As the City works to cement a manufacturing deal for medical protective gear, a volunteer team of designers and makers has jumped in to do their part
Reality Check: We Must Save the Election
WURD’s midday host warns that coronavirus-inspired primary delays could lead to voter suppression and a win for Trump in November—unless we take action now