Guest Commentary: The Day We Fled Kabul

An Afghan refugee who worked for the U.S. government relates his family's harrowing experience fleeing the Taliban, making their way to the U.S.—and finding a welcoming home in Philadelphia

By Ahmad

WATCH: Fighting Inequality With Real Estate Development

At the latest in our Development...for Good series, we looked at the benefits—and challenges—of using real estate development to tackle inequality. Check out highlights and a full video from the night.

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

How to Help Afghan Refugees in Philadelphia Now

It’s been three months since the last US military plane left Kabul. After a traumatic evacuation and weeks living on military bases, hundreds of Afghan refugees are arriving in Philadelphia—they need our support now more than ever.

By Katherine Rapin

Yours, Dangerously

A cadre of visionary women are behind Guild House Hotel—a newly opened boutique hotel that celebrates the history residing in our buildings by giving props to the early feminists who initially occupied the property.

By Sarah Jordan

Things to Do in Philly This Weekend

A massive holiday parade moves down East Market Street, community tree lightings begin and more fun things to do in Philadelphia this weekend

By Josh Middleton

Your Guide to Winter in Philadelphia

Ice skating, brisk nature walks, drinking around fire pits. Find all that and tons of holiday events in our guide to fun things to do this winter in Philadelphia

By Josh Middleton

Generation Change Philly: The Fair Justice Funder

With his De-Carceration Fund, Chris Bentley plans to invest up to $20 million to radically change our unjust criminal justice system

By Jessica Blatt Press

Ideas We Should Steal Festival 2021: Stakeholder Capitalism and the ESG Revolution

Peter Georgescu, former Chairman and CEO of Young & Rubicam and author of Capitalists Arise! will share his vision with Ali Velshi of a free enterprise system that truly fosters inclusive growth

By Larry Platt