Citizen of the Week: Cydney Brown
Philly’s new Youth Poet Laureate doesn’t just write well—she does G.O.O.D.
Guest Commentary: A Love Letter to the Post Office
The USPS is in the news these days for its (potential) election-related failings. But a novelist and Penn professor remembers it for its beauty
The Citizen Recommends: COGRID-19
When the pandemic hit, local creative director Jason Rothman turned to what he knows best to help: wrangling artists to design a poster for charity
“Actors Have to Work On Their Craft”
The Covid-19 recession has hit theater—and those who work in it—hard. A virtual networking support group is helping them stay connected
How to Do Outdoor Dining in Philly Right
Not all outdoor dining is created equally. Here, more than a dozen of the best al fresco Philly options with patios and gardens
WATCH: Virtual Book Club on The Nazi Titanic
The Philadelphia Holocaust Remembrance Foundation and The Philadelphia Citizen welcomed author Robert Watson for an exploration of a shocking but little-known tragedy of World War II
Breaking Down Barriers
Can Sunflower Philly, a community space in Kensington run by local artists and funded by local developers, forge a connection between new and longtime residents?
WATCH: Virtual Book Club with Jennifer Weiner and Jo Piazza
The authors—both Philly residents—filled our, um, love buckets with joy and wit and wisdom