Fun Things to Do in Philly this Week and Weekend

This week in Philly we have a street food fest in Manayunk, a sci-fi convention, PHS tree planting, the Kun-Yang Lin dancers, a maker's faire, and much more

By Lauren McCutcheon and Christina Griffith

Business for Good: American Trench

The Main Line company stocks rugged, classic apparel made in the U.S.A. that’s made to grow jobs — and made to last

By Courtney DuChene

Big Rube’s Philly: Babe on 52nd Street

Ted Hall opened his women’s boutique in 1972. Today, a legendary chef and photographer honors one of the last Black-owned businesses on the Strip

By Reuben Harley

Big Rube’s Philly: Philly Fashion Week

One of the bigger shows at last week’s stylish event had to relocate on the fly to an unexpected runway. It was beautiful.

By Reuben Harley

Big Rube’s Philly: The DreamSleeve

The Philly photographer, chef, and style forerunner reconnects with MaryAnn Morris, a longtime friend who’s pursuing her passion for fashion by hand-making a must-have accessory. Fabolous is a fan.

By Reuben Harley

LGBTQ-Owned Shops, Restaurants, More in Philadelphia

Brick-and-mortar LGBTQ-owned businesses span all of Philly. Here, some that strive not just to sell, but also to do good in and beyond our city

By The Philadelphia Citizen Staff

Business for Good: Mea Culpa

The Philly fashion brand coveted by celebs James Harden, Kim Kardashian and La La Anthony is breaking barriers and helping those in need — with an extra boost from La La

By Abigail Chang

Poverty Is Not Fashion

Why new fashion trends are insulting to poor people and how to actually help them

By Jemille Q. Duncan