One-Stop Legal Shop
The Equal Justice Center will bring 12 community legal groups under one roof, to help low-income Philadelphians. It will be the first of its kind
How Did Kenney Do?
The Mayor is asking for your vote on Tuesday. Here, we look at how well he kept his promises from 2015
The Lingering Trauma of MOVE
Thirty-four years ago today, Philadelphia became the only city in American history to bomb itself. Have we recovered?
“Not One Creative Idea”
Former Mayor John Street says that Jim Kenney has let down African-American voters and Philly’s neighborhoods. Why is he so outraged?
Guest Commentary: Protect the Vote
Some Commissioner candidates urge the City to rethink its planned purchase of expensive, possibly unsafe voting machines
The opposite of Councilmanic Prerogative
It’s not rocket science, as Philly 3.0’s engagement director notes. It’s planning
New Blood: Common Pleas Judicial Candidate Kay Yu
The next in an ongoing series finds a first-generation candidate wading into the absurd way we elect judges. Why? Because of where she’s been
New Blood: City Council Candidate Eryn Santamoor
A former Nutter administration policy nerd has—not surprisingly—drafted an action plan for the city with depth and clarity. The next in an ongoing series wonders, will it matter?