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A proud graduate of Temple University, Josh is back for his second go-round at The Philadelphia Citizen. He worked here from 2016 to 2017, and returned in 2019 to reprise his role as audience engagement manager.

He’s busied himself as a reporter, editor and social media manager in Philadelphia since 2009, mostly covering local arts and culture news and LGBTQ issues.

He began his career as an A&E editor at Philadelphia City Paper (R.I.P.), before moving on to become an associate editor at Philadelphia magazine, where he manned daily content and social media for the company’s G Philly and Ticket blogs. His most recent position was editor of Time Out Philadelphia, a website and quarterly magazine.

His byline has also also appeared in almost every media outlet with the word “Philadelphia,” in it, including the Philadelphia Inquirer, Philadelphia Gay News, Metro Philadelphia, Visit Philadelphia and Philadelphia Wedding. How’s that for Philly commitment?

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Stories by Josh Middleton:

Fun Things to Do in Philly This Weekend

Block parties on South Street and in Midtown Village, Oktoberfest celebrations, free dance performances at Cherry Street Pier and more to do in your city this weekend

By Josh Middleton

Fall in Philadelphia

The biggest and best fall festival, arts openings, concerts and more happening this fall in Philly

By Josh Middleton

Your Guide to Philly Pride 2022

Eat rainbow bagels, take a Philly queer trolley tour, check out Pride Night at the Franklin Institute and more fun ways to celebrate Pride in Philly this June

By Josh Middleton

Spring in Philadelphia

Weekend block parties, street festivals, concerts, theater and more awesome things to look forward to this spring in Philadelphia

By Josh Middleton

This Winter in Philadelphia

The Museum of Illusions, the Philly Auto Show, awesome theater and art, and more winter activities to do now through the start of spring on March 20

By Josh Middleton

New Year’s Eve, Philadelphia-Style

From fireworks to nice dinners to hangover-curing brunches the next day—here are all the best ways to celebrate New Year's Eve in Philly this year.

By Josh Middleton

Citizen of the Week: Shannon DeVido

The local comedienne volunteers to drive people with disabilities to the polls in her accessible van

By Josh Middleton

Citizen of the Week: Addiction Warrior Reenie Dugan

The Fishtown native, a former addict herself, is organizing a 5K on Saturday to raise awareness of the city’s opioid addiction epidemic

By Josh Middleton