Elections Office Drama
City Commissioners Lisa Deeley and Seth Bluestein may be at risk of losing their jobs in the 2023 election, Philly 3.0’s engagement director observes. That could have consequences for the all-important 2024 presidential race
How Philadelphia’s Local Democratic Party Hurts Democrats
Philly 3.0’s engagement director on the Bob Brady-led City Committee’s moves against “outsiders,” which is weakening the party ahead of critical 2022 midterm elections
Guest Commentary: Say No to Methane
Methane emissions fuel the climate crisis and cost taxpayers millions of dollars annually. A clean air advocate urges a stop to proposed EPA rules allowing more of it.
Brady vs. Brooks
Kendra Brooks’ Working Families Party council candidacy has ruffled feathers. But does she represent real change?
Bob Brady’s Nixon to China Move
With his announcement that he won’t seek reelection, will Bob Brady surprise us by being an agent of change at home?
The Ghost of Reformers Past
As the Feds raise the temperature on party boss Bob Brady, could he use it as an opportunity for reform?
The Philly congressional delegation’s boycott was wrong and hypocritical. But it’s not too late to be constructive
Understanding Bob Brady
Catching up with the Congressman while he totes around a vial of the Pope’s “holy water.” Take that, Colbert