Business For Good: $3,000 Covid-19 Forgivable Loans

A group of bold-face name Philly business leaders are funding loans to small businesses left out of PPP and, in the process, providing all of us with an object lesson

By Larry Platt

Guest Commentary: The Forgotten and Future Epidemic

The rise of Covid-19 has made it even harder for those suffering from addiction. A non-profit rehab leader on why we must work to flatten that epidemic’s curve as well

By Dale Klatzker

Citizen of the Week: Kelli Wyatt

The middle school teacher started a Facebook group that has connected 600 high school seniors with “adopters” to help them celebrate their graduation—and raise money for college expenses

By Courtney DuChene

Things to Do During Quarantine

A regularly updated guide featuring fun things to do in Philadelphia during the coronavirus quarantine, including live-streamed arts performances, virtual museum tours and more

By Josh Middleton

The Coronavirus in Philadelphia

The latest local news on the coronavirus, including updates from city government, ways to help and the community's efforts to fight the disease

The Virus and the City: Cory Booker’s $50 Billion Bet

Drexel’s Metro Finance Lab director worked with Senator Booker on his RELIEF for Main Street Act—a lifeline to small and minority-owned businesses supported by 100 mayors. Will Congress pass it?

By Bruce Katz, Michael Saadine and Colin Higgins

WATCH: Chat with Dayton Mayor Nan Whaley

The second-term Dayton, Ohio, mayor talked about the role of cities post-Covid with Drexel’s Nowak Metro Finance Lab Director Bruce Katz, in partnership with Fitler Club

By Jessica Press