Planning To The Rescue
Wouldn’t it be great, Philly 3.0’s engagement director wonders, if our advisory-only Planning Commission were given more power?
Jim Kenney Giveth, Jim Kenney Taketh Away
Just a week after his inspiring police commissioner choice, the new boss seems a lot like the old boss
Does City Hall Have An Actual Plan?
City Council and Mayor Kenney began their new terms this week. WURD’s afternoon host wonders if that will matter at all for Philadelphians
Will Philly votes swing the state?
Philadelphia contains 20 percent of the state’s voters. An urban demographer charts what that means for the Presidential primary on April 28
Who’s On Philadelphia City Council?
We talked to the people representing you for the next four years. Here’s what they had to say
Jim Kenney’s Home Run
With his selection of Danielle Outlaw as police commissioner, the Mayor showed vision and guts. Now comes the hard part: Making sure reform succeeds
The Things We Cared About in 2019
2019 was an epic year in a decade of epic years for Philadelphia. Can we up our game in 2020?
That’s A Wrap
What bills passed—and didn’t—in City Council’s final session of the year