Hannah Keyser is a Philadelphia-area native and graduate of the University of Pennsylvania, where she spent years trying to learn to read hieroglyphics. These days she lives and writes in Brooklyn, NY with two cats and one tall man.
Stories by admin:
Mystery Shopper: “Curing” a Ballot at City Hall
One of the 3,400 Philadelphians whose ballots got rejected goes to City Hall to get it replaced. Here’s how that goes.
Citizen Engagement For Members
Let us help you help Philadelphia!
2021 Citizens of the Year
Meet the folks who flipped off the Philly shrug this year
Donate to RIP Medical Debt
For every $1 you give, $100 will go toward eliminating outstanding medical bills for Philadelphians in need
Join Us at the Ideas We Should Steal Festival in December
Everything you need to know about our third annual, all-virtual event
Audio: Business For Good – Ed Satell’s Latest $1 Million CEO Challenge
The veteran entrepreneur and founder of the Satell Institute is going all out to help nonprofits during Covid-19
Audio: Reality Check – REINVENTING THE POLICE ADVISORY COMMISSION WHEEL
Three years ago, Mayor Kenney “reestablished” the department’s civilian oversight board. So, WURD’s afternoon host wonders, what’s so different this time?
Audio: Ideas We Should Steal – Fighting Domestic Abuse During Covid-19
The pandemic has survivors of domestic violence trapped at home with their abusers. France, Spain and others have figured out how to reach them