What to Do About the Covid Slide

The city has finally started planning for ways to help students make up for pandemic-related learning loss. But do we really want to just get back to normal?

By Roxanne Patel Shepelavy

Things to Do in Philadelphia This Weekend

Check out East Passyunk Restaurant Week, try some unique outdoor dining experiences and more fun things to do in Philly this weekend during Covid-19

By Josh Middleton

Guest Commentary: Accelerating Inclusive Recovery

Philadelphians were already financially strapped before the pandemic hit. The Chamber of Commerce CEO says it’s time for a public-private recovery plan to put people back to work

By Rob Wonderling

The Citizen Recommends: The COmmunity VIDeo Resiliency Project

Big Picture Alliance’s screening of youth-created films explores how the pandemic has affected young people—and the resilience they continue to show in the face of adversity

By Christina Griffith

Will Philly Be Ready For the Vaccine Surge?

President Biden has promised that vaccine supply is ahead of schedule. Philly 3.0’s engagement editor wonders: Can Mayor Kenney and other leaders agree on a plan to get the shots in arms?

By Jon Geeting

Getting Vaccines Right

The Philly Fighting Covid fiasco was an unforced error. Philly 3.0’s engagement director warns that it may force an overcorrection from city officials that we can’t afford.

By Jon Geeting

A Message to Those We Lost to Covid

Resolve Philly’s With Love project is chronicling the goodbyes that Philadelphians didn’t get to share with loved ones who died in the pandemic. What would you say if you had the chance?

By Eugene Sonn

Guest Commentary: Med Students To The Rescue!

The president and CEO of Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine on why we should mobilize medical students to jumpstart the vaccination rollout

By Jay S. Feldstein, DO