The Citizen Recommends: ecoWURD Environmental Justice Summit

Visit Bartram’s Garden this Sunday for the next in WURD’s free event series exploring race, income and the environment

By Jessica Press

The Citizen Recommends: Visual Meditations on Black Masculinity

The African American Museum in Philadelphia’s exhibit features the work of 55 women and non-binary people of the African diaspora

By Kiersten A. Adams

Have Fun, Do Good: Glow in the Park

Catch a dazzling light show at Glow in the Park, check out community pop-up events in Center City and more things to do in Philadelphia this week for a good cause.

By Josh Middleton

The Citizen Recommends: B. PHL Innovation Fest

IBX’s three-day festival aims to spotlight—and connect—our region’s most passionate pioneers, including Citizen Co-Founder Larry Platt

By Nick Fiorellini

The Citizen Recommends: “The Most Revolutionary” Exhibit

A new LGBTQ History Month show at William Way casts a thoughtful eye on three important American decades

By Nick Fiorellini

Guest Commentary: What We Can Learn From Squash

FS Investments and Drexel University teamed up to host this week’s U.S. Open Squash Championship—a model for what inclusion can look like

By Michael Forman and John Fry

Have Fun, Do Good: Festival City

Major neighborhood festivals, a quirky Poe-themed relay race in Northern Liberties and more fun things to do in Philadelphia this weekend for a great cause

By Josh Middleton

Have Fun, Do Good: Art at the Rail Park

A cool multimedia arts festival comes to the Rail Park, the RBG exhibition opens in Old City and more things to do in Philly this week for an amazing cause

By Josh Middleton