Comic book distributors took a break in March and April, impacting the small shops that rely on new issues to bring in customers. […]
PhiladelphiaNeighborhoods.com compared COVID-19 case, hospitalization and death data from the Philadelphia Department of Public Health to demographic data from the Census Bureau to see exactly who and where the coronavirus has hit hardest. […]
In a hearing on Philadelphia’s path towards economic recovery, testimony from officials stressed plans to make the new economy more fair. […]
SELF Inc. is a non-profit organization that provides temporary housing and counseling services to those experiencing homelessness. SELF, which stands for Strengthening and Empowering Lives and Futures, runs a variety of housing programs, including emergency shelters, addiction recovery housing, and transitional housing. Due to the economic impacts of COVID-19, the organization has focused more on providing emergency housing, while ensuring staff and clients remain reasonably safe from COVID-19. […]
Shankweiler’s, a historic drive-in theater in Orefield, Pennsylvania, gives viewers a much-needed source of safe, socially distanced entertainment. […]
Quarantine hasn’t stopped some Philadelphia kids from spending time with their favorite librarian. Dana Giusti, the children’s librarian at Mt. Airy’s Lovett Library has hosted virtual story times over Facebook Live for children since the […]
The Food Bank of Delaware and The Delaware Division of Substance Abuse and Mental Health team up to help Delawareans.
For three seniors and their teachers, spring concerts and musicals were the culmination of four years’ worth of work, but the coronavirus meant a change in plans.
During the past several months of the COVID-19 pandemic, as a way of dealing with the isolation of social distancing, some families have been welcoming new furry friends into their homes.
The Trouble I’ve Seen project strives to remember those lost to the pandemic through art. […]