Fun Things to Do in Philly For the 4th of July

Where to see 4th of July fireworks, a massive Independence Day party on the Parkway, concerts, parades, free museum days and more

By Josh Middleton

Watch: Not Your Average Voter Canvass Training

At a Citizen workshop on Tuesday, Changing the Conversation for Progress taught us how to turn stories into votes in time for the November election

By Lauren McCutcheon

Your Guide to Philly Pride 2022

Eat rainbow bagels, take a Philly queer trolley tour, check out Pride Night at the Franklin Institute and more fun ways to celebrate Pride in Philly this June

By Josh Middleton

Summer in Philadelphia

From Pride through Made in America, the summer of 2022 invites Philly to join in

By Lauren McCutcheon and Josh Middleton

Watch: Equity and Growth: Oxymoron No Longer?

At a Citizen event on Wednesday we heard from three civic leaders who just might hold the key to building a strong middle class here in Philadelphia

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Ways to Celebrate Juneteenth in Philadelphia This Year

The African American Museum hosts its biggest Freedom Day celebration yet. So does the rest of Philly

By Lauren McCutcheon

The Citizen Recommends: Equity and Growth — Oxymoron No Longer?

Join us Wednesday for a conversation about how to help all Philadelphians thrive, with businessman Michael Forman, union leader Ryan Boyer and City Councilmember Maria Quiñones-Sánchez

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

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.

By Sarah Jordan