Audio: Swap Columbus Day for an Election Day Holiday

The small city of Sandusky, Ohio, cancelled the out-of-step holiday in favor of one much needed. We should do that in Philly, too.

Citizen of the Week: Sam Wachs

The Sixers fan was kicked out of a game last week for protesting China’s crackdown on Hong Kong. Does his team have something against freedom?

By Larry Platt

The Citizen Recommends: Visual Meditations on Black Masculinity

The African American Museum in Philadelphia’s exhibit features the work of 55 women and non-binary people of the African diaspora

By Kiersten A. Adams

Have Fun, Do Good: Glow in the Park

Catch a dazzling light show at Glow in the Park, check out community pop-up events in Center City and more things to do in Philadelphia this week for a good cause.

By Josh Middleton

Ideas We Should Steal: Swap Columbus Day for an Election Day Holiday

The small city of Sandusky, Ohio, cancelled the out-of-step holiday in favor of one much needed. We should do that in Philly, too.

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

The Citizen Recommends: B. PHL Innovation Fest

IBX’s three-day festival aims to spotlight—and connect—our region’s most passionate pioneers, including Citizen Co-Founder Larry Platt

By Nick Fiorellini

How Diverse is Your Art Collection?

The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts leads the way among American museums in buying art by women and African Americans. It’s about time.

By Sarah Jordan

Week 6: Jason Kelce’s Eagles Education Season

This week, the Super Bowl-winning offensive lineman compares Philly schools to those of Minneapolis, Minnesota—and celebrates a local education innovation

By Jason Kelce