The depth of an adult’s creativity is often a result of the breadth of freedom they had as children to explore themselves and their gifts.
Students protested a decision by School Reform Commission, a polarizing governing body that’s supported by the Democratic nominee for Mayor of Philadelphia.
The stigma around being a returning citizen, or a person with a criminal record, causes a marginalization from society that, unfortunately, has not been mitigated, as have sentencing and drug laws.
The number of American students graduating high school is on the rise, but with it, isn’t new ideas on what high school should be.
A candid discussion took place among high profile writers, activists and policing officials at an invite-only screening of ‘Peace Officer,’ hosted by the Philadelphia Daily News.
Four years ago today, Occupy Philly came into existence and made camping grounds of the exterior of City Hall.
Black men, often seen as society’s problems, are given a chance to indulge in punditry through a media collaborative now in its second year.
A year ago Philadelphia decriminalized marijuana, though the main actors in that historical moment—the mayor and a City Councilman—have vastly differing views of the plant itself.
Two black Philadelphia journalists met for the first time and interviewed each other, creating a magical moment for black journalism history.
To focus at this moment solely on Philadelphia Magazine and their cover photo would be to deny the existence of true injustice within the City’s media ecosystem. — The gist of a question posed last night at the Monitoring Hollywood event convened by the Philadelphia Association of Black Journalists, was why race is always talked […]
In roughly three weeks, a San Diego basketball court will be used as a stage to premiere a play about police violence written by a Philadelphia-born actor.
At a rally in memory of Ms. Natasha McKenna and other women killed by police or while in their custody, activists demanded, among many things, expanded funding for mental health first responders. — Seconds before Philadelphia Police Commissioner, Mr. Charles Ramsey, was interrupted by activists while giving a lecture early this month at Eastern State […]
People. Products. Profits. In that order. Ken Goldstein’s new book is a business parable that will show you how to repeat success in whatever you do.
A nearly decade-old drumset has a rich Philadelphia history, one that includes being a part of a keynote speech. — It was 2006 when I acquired a small, blonde maple jazz drumset for less than two hundred dollars, it made the perfect travel kit, as that period of my life was consumed with playing drums […]