Immigration: A Snapshot Of The Korean Immigrant’s Experience In Philadelphia

Immigration: A Snapshot Of The Korean Immigrant’s Experience In Philadelphia

In many ways, Bok Won Kang’s immigration story is like that of many Korean immigrants to Philadelphia. Kang, who is now the officer of civil affairs for the Korean American Association of Greater Philadelphia, first came to the United States as a student in 1968 during his high school years. Kang liked his experience in […]

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Arts and Entertainment: Jennifer Logue Brings Light to the Local Music Scene

Arts and Entertainment: Jennifer Logue Brings Light to the Local Music Scene

Philadelphia is becoming a leading city for music lovers, from artists to concert-goers. With Vivid Seats rating Philadelphia the #1 city for live music, opportunities are also growing for local artists to get their foot in the door and start their musical career. Jennifer Logue is not only a singer/songwriter based in Philadelphia, but she is […]

 

Politics: Young Politicians and the Republican Reformation

Politics: Young Politicians and the Republican Reformation

As the primary election draws closer, the races are beginning to heat up. The local Republican Party is focusing not on the mayoral race, however, but on the contest for two at-large seats on City Council. With seven candidates vying for the two spots dedicated to the minority political party, Philadelphia’s Republicans are spoiled for choice. […]

 

Politics: Philadelphia’s Republican Party Is Determined To Make A Change

Politics: Philadelphia’s Republican Party Is Determined To Make A Change

Outnumbered eight to one in voter registration, Republicans in Philadelphia are often overlooked in discussions of city politics. Many Republicans feel that this lack of competition is not simply a problem for the Republican party. “I’m continually disappointed by Philadelphia politics because with the disparate registration here, I feel like there’s very little competition and […]

 

Veterans Affairs’: VMC Says Fairwell To E.D. Tim Meserve and Welcome’s Tim Williams

Veterans Affairs’: VMC Says Fairwell To E.D. Tim Meserve and Welcome’s Tim Williams

The Veterans Multi-Service Center is changing leadership. The new executive director of the VMC is Tim Williams (pictured above), taking over from Tim Meserve, who served as the executive director for two years. Meserve, a retired Air Force Lt. Colonel, started as a volunteer before becoming the executive director in 2013 and is now leaving […]