Jim Kenney Giveth, Jim Kenney Taketh Away
Just a week after his inspiring police commissioner choice, the new boss seems a lot like the old boss
Jim Kenney’s Home Run
With his selection of Danielle Outlaw as police commissioner, the Mayor showed vision and guts. Now comes the hard part: Making sure reform succeeds
The Cure For Fake News?
A trustworthy media is key to a healthy democracy. That’s why, instead of wringing his hands over the death of facts, entrepreneurial journalist Steven Brill just might have a solution.
Upon his retirement, longtime Inquirer editor and Pulitzer Prize winner Bill Marimow reminds us of what journalism ought to be about
Ain’t No Party Like A Home Rule Charter Party
Our local constitution hasn’t been updated for nearly 70 years. The Citizen and Drexel University are partnering on a course that asks: Isn’t it about time for a refresh?
A Business Community Call to Arms
The political left seems to want jobs but without the employers to provide them. So what are you going to do about that, job creators?
Ideas We Should Steal Festival 2019: Can Basketball Keep People Out of Prison?
Police say returning citizen Taylor Paul’s inner-city league for young adults and cops in Richmond, Virginia, has markedly reduced the gun violence rate.
My Mister Rogers
Catching up with writer Tom Junod, the real protagonist of the new movie A Beautiful Day In The Neighborhood