The (Vote) Play’s The (Vote) Thing
PA Youth Vote and activist theater company Just Act are using drama to activate the newest generation of voters. What can we learn from them on Voter Registration Day?
Generation Change Philly: The Do-Good Music Impresario
Greg Seltzer, attorney and founder of Philly Music Fest, uses his business savvy and personal passion to help current and future generations of local musicians thrive.
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.
The Citizen Recommends: Vaginas In Concert
Artist Althea Rao’s collaborative “Vagina Chorus” seeks to open minds and change attitudes about women’s bodies. Catch it Friday at the Barnes.
In our divided times, Philadelphia Contemporary explores the healing power of empathetic listening with a 10-year art project that kicked off last month.
Using Your Voice Against You
In his new book, Penn professor Joseph Turow warns about a growing smart tech industry determined to use our voices in ways that should alarm us. It’s not too late to take back control.
The Citizen Recommends: Long Bright River
Temple writing professor Liz Moore’s acclaimed new novel is set amidst the Kensington opioid crisis. Here, she talks about finding—and writing—hope within despair
How Diverse is Your Art Collection?
The Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts leads the way among American museums in buying art by women and African Americans. It’s about time.