Story by Adeena Syed On Tuesday, Oct 5, Mural Arts Philadelphia unveiled its newest mural—a work celebrating nine formerly incarcerated Philadelphians whose post-prison lives offer inspiration to the larger community. The mural, titled Point of […]
story by Mary Olivia Kram On August 30th, Eric Bresler, owner of the Philadelphia Mausoleum of Contemporary Art, found a bright orange violation form from Philadelphia’s Office of Licenses and Inspections once again taped to […]
The Philadelphia Freeze, a women’s ice hockey team based out of University City, returned to the ice on Oct. 2 after its 2020 season was canceled due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
West Philadelphia: How One Organization Uses Baseball to Teach Sportsmanship and Life Lessons to Players From Diverse Backgrounds
The 48th and Woodland playground has served as the field for many youth baseball players. Regardless of race, gender, and economic status, PAYSA has created a home for everyone within the West Philadelphia community.
Business owners are dealing with millions of dollars in damages, as well as lost inventory and records. […]
Story by Adeena Syed As more Afghan refugees come to the city of Philadelphia in the wake of the US military withdrawal from Afghanistan, the Philadelphia chapter of the Council of American Islamic Relations has […]
Story by Alan Lu Heng Fa Food Market, the largest grocery store in Philadelphia’s Chinatown, has remained financially successful despite increasing worries around the COVID-19 delta variant. The Chinatown Development Corporation estimated that the average […]
Story by Kent Kuo With the second phase of Philadelphia’s plastic bag ban starting on Oct. 1, corner store staff and customers in Chinatown are preparing for the change. The bag ban prohibits stores from […]
Story by Ryan Conway Roxborough residents have escalated an ongoing effort to stop local developer Designblendz from building a proposed apartment building at 4112 Pechin St. Members of the Central Roxborough Civic Association (CRCA) have […]