The Citizen Recommends: WURD Radio Founder’s Day
The free, ninth annual day of discussion returns to carry on the legacy of Walter P. Lomax Jr. and of one of only three Black-owned and operated talk radio stations in the U.S.
The Citizen Recommends: Investing in Women
The authors of The XX Edge — which lays out why investing in women-led organizations is socially important and profitable — bring their message to The Free Library on Wednesday
Mystery Shopper: Requesting a New Book at the Free Library
If there's a book you want that's not part of the Free Library of Philadelphia’s collection, will they add it to the catalogue? In the latest installment of our Mystery Shopper series, one of The Citizen’s (many) resident bookworms finds out.
Mystery Shopper: Is it as easy to read and work in Philly as it should be?
Our mystery shoppers go online to get a library card and working papers for summer. How simple was it?
The Citizen Recommends: A Conversation with Emma Copley Eisenberg
Join the director of Philly writers hub Blue Stoop as she debuts her new book, a coming-of-age tale about murder, self-discovery and being a woman in America
Not Your Grandma’s Library
Like every generation before them, today’s teens just want a place to call their own. The basement of 1901 Vine Street provides just that
The Cure For Fake News?
A trustworthy media is key to a healthy democracy. That’s why, instead of wringing his hands over the death of facts, entrepreneurial journalist Steven Brill just might have a solution.
I is for Immigrant
It’s Welcoming Week in Philly and America. Al-Bustan’s Immigrant Alphabet offers 26 stories to honor it