The Citizen Recommends: We Are the Seeds
PAFA’s new landscapes exhibit is the jumping off point for this weekend’s celebration of the people missing from those paintings: Local Native Americans
Citizen of the Week: Katrina Johnston-Zimmerman
The Drexel urban anthropologist, just named one of BBC’s 100 Women making a difference, is committed to making Philly accessible and desirable for all—and says we’re already on the right track
Citizen of the Week: Sam Wachs
The Sixers fan was kicked out of a game last week for protesting China’s crackdown on Hong Kong. Does his team have something against freedom?
Citizen of the Week: Imere Williams
The Boys’ Latin senior, one of two student reps on the School Board, wants to be the voice of his peers
Citizen of the Week: Angela Beale-Tawfeeq
A Rowan University professor created a program to teach children in urban communities how to swim. She’s co-hosting a Philly aquatics symposium this month
Citizens of the Week: Al and Marjani Harris
The couple’s nonprofit, Cancer WHO?, ensures that no one feels alone while coping with cancer
Citizens of the Week: Gaye Harley and Jamie Powell
The Delaware hospital staffers are making sleeping mats and tote bags for the homeless—out of discarded operating room fabric
Citizens of the Week: Katel LeDû and Sara Wachter-Boettcher
The Philly duo works to empower women through their Strong Feelings podcast and live events—without the b.s.