The Color of Coronavirus: Bearing Witness
When the pandemic hit Philly, a local photojournalist felt called to chronicle what was happening in his community. His months with the Black Doctors Covid-19 Consortium revealed heroism in the midst of tragedy
Photo Essay: Grow Your Own
With Covid-19 food shortages looming, the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society mobilized thousands of gardeners to grow food and feed their neighbors this year—an act that builds community resilience. Here, some gardening photos to inspire your own growing season.
Photo essay: It’s Spring!
It’s hard to imagine new life springing up in these scary times, but the proof is all around us
Photo Essay: “The Trees are the Lungs”
On this Arbor Day, we celebrate the arborists who care for our trees
Photo Essay: Farms to Food Deserts
Through The Food Trust, Philly has long led the nation in bringing fresh produce to poor neighborhoods with little access