Reality Check with Philly 3.0’s Jon Geeting
Philly 3.0's Engagement Director talks Philly corruption and the recent Local 98 scandal with WURD host Charles D. Ellison
A Housing Bonanza for Philly
City permits for new housing made up 50 percent of all permits released statewide. That’s good news economically and politically.
Be a Political Changemaker
Want to have a small but meaningful influence in the upcoming elections? Philly 3.0's engagement director shows you how to run for a committee person seat in your voting district.
Honey, Council Shrunk The Mayor
Mayor Kenney ended 2021 complaining that he’s responsible for things that are out of his control. Council President Darrell Clarke sees a power vacuum. Is that a good thing?
Ideas We Should Steal Revisited: Reduce Covid Risk By Walking
Walking can help lessen one of the biggest risk factors for severe illness or death from Covid-19: obesity. That's why we need to encourage more of it in Philly.
What Mattered In 2021
2021 was another year of tragedy and hardship—and also hope and resilience. In other words: It was Philly.
New maps to determine who will represent us in Harrisburg are being drawn up by state legislators. Philly 3.0’s engagement director runs down what we know so far—and what we can do keep the process fair.
Ideas We Should Steal: Cutting Light Pollution
Pittsburgh is fighting light pollution by mandating dimmer, warmer and more environmentally-friendly fixtures in public streets and buildings. Don’t we want to see some stars in Philly, too?