Being a Winner or a SportsmanMy sons love their bikes and Hot Wheels—anything that moves really. My younger son, in particular, is a car fanatic. The boy can name makes of cars from far away. He recently said he wants a Tesla. He’s three.Along with his penchant for motors is a competitive streak. Bike riding…
…and How you Carry itNo, I’m not talking about what’s between your legs, although that is part of this discussion. What I’m talking about here, boys, is the very fact that you are males and what the means. So what does it mean? It means that you have a certain role in this world, and…
Dad Attitude: Our Inner WorldsThe other day my boys and I went for a bike ride around the neighborhood. They were full of gusto that afternoon, and on one of the sloped sidewalks, they came racing down with all their might. They careened so fast that their little bodies shook on their shimmying bikes. They…
Philly is the city of brotherly love. In most areas, you won’t experience that feeling, but this enclave is keeping that spirit of brotherly love alive.
The lovely fragrance of freshly-mown grass…and the noise
The plot thickens.
This year’s election and racists stereotypes has only added to the consequences of mobility for young Latinos.
Seven Williams wants to help the kids whose lives don’t seem to matter. You can too.
Jon Stolpe examines the need for unstructured play.
Welcome to my block. Would you like to take a walk with me?
Dan Szczesny returns to his old haunting grounds and finds hope amid the decay.
The School District of Philadelphia’s longstanding lack of oversight and its inability to generate revenue has caused Philadelphia’s education crisis.
CUPs Coffeehouse founder Brian Gray teaches young adults they CAN make a difference.
Are we doing good deeds out of compassion, or a selfish need to prove something to other people with photographs?
Bill Murphy swore he would never go back to his hometown that was full of abuse and turmoil. But then something unexpected brought him back.
A lesson from a rickshaw driver and one way that Veronica Grace keeps herself in tune with those less fortunate.