Art for Change: The Man With No Backup Plan
Working across painting, sculpture and product design, Jeremyville sketches out ideas in Fishtown cafes that spread good vibes globally. The next in a series with Forman Arts Initiative
How to Make the I-95 Detour Not Suck (As Much)
Traffic is gonna be bad for a while. Here’s help making your way up and down the interstate more tolerable — and maybe even … fun?
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
Guest Commentary: The Unchecked Threat of Natural Gas (LNG) at Our Port
PhilaPort Communities are being ignored in the state’s push to build a local terminal for explosive gas. A Clean Air Council exec calls for accountability — to residents and the climate
Shop Small in Philadelphia Neighborhoods
Why shop local one Saturday in November only? Philly is full of great, independently owned stores — in brilliant neighborhood corridors — to shop all year long.
Generation Change Philly: The Home Maker
Developer Mo Rushdy made his reputation on high-end luxury homes. Now, he’s turned his considerable talents to creating generational wealth for low- to middle-income Philadelphians
Business for Good: Modest Transitions
Melanie Hasan creates a model of sustainability, inclusivity and community in a Fishtown shop that makes and sells naturally dyed wares
Generation Change Philly: The Literary Activist
Few Philadelphians have had so seismic an impact in so short a time as Jeannine Cook, social justice activist and owner of Harriett’s Bookshop. And she’s just getting started