How Reforming Public Education can Decrease Gun Violence

Conflict resolution must become a subject that, from grades K-12 in public education, has to be consumed and comprehended by students.

The Narrow Door: A Memoir of Friendship

Jesse Kornbluth reviews “The Narrow Door” – a captivating read by Paul Lisicky.

Drummer Plays Outside During 2016 Blizzard

Flood the Drummer® presents ‘Blizzard Beats 2016’

Clashing Views on Philly Police Follow Reform Updates

Two prominent Philadelphians, after hearing updates on police reforms, offer varying responses. — With his leg in a cast and a crutch under his right arm, Mr. Greg Brinkley, an activist, and former correctional officer, in 2014 at City Hall testified before a committee from the Department of Justice about the Philadelphia Police Department. Mr. Brinkley, […]

Philadelphia’s New Second in Command Lauded for Activism

Mr. Michael DiBerardinis, labeled an activist by Philadelphia’s Mayor-Elect and a former Occupy Philly protester, named new Managing Director.

The Man Behind the Pope: A Lesson in Compassion and Humility

What can men learn from Pope Francis’ visit to America? The story of Michael Keating may offer a fresh perspective.

After Ferguson, a Year of Black Rage in Philadelphia

From August to August, Philly’s black activists have occupied the streets.

Philadelphia, a Great City That Can Do Better

Operation Fresh Start™ is an innovative program that helps former nonviolent offenders reintegrate successfully through education and employment.

Geeking Out on LEGO’s and Star Wars: The Dads & Families Podcast Episode 60

Nerds can make for awesome Dads.

How Philadelphia Mayoral Candidates of Color Envision Community Policing 

Men of color, all vying to be the 99th mayor of Philadelphia, expound upon their vision for community policing.