A coffee shop with movies: Two weeks in, it's a hit
Not only a spot for movie lovers.
Eight small things that will have a big impact on Philadelphia in 2015
Check out our list of projects, initiatives and infrastructure upgrades that will boost the City of Brotherly Love in the new year.
Celine Dion Responds to Viral 'All By Myself' Airport Star
Diva invites Richard Dunn to her Las Vegas residency next time he's trapped in the city's airport
The Last Day at Giovanni's Room, America's Oldest Gay Bookstore
For more than 40 years, Philadelphia's Giovanni's Room has been a focal point of LGBTQ life. What does its closure mean for the future of th
These locals are making tech more accessible for people with disabilities
From a blind iOS consultant to a Comcast executive, there are individuals and organizations striving to make the web and technology around i
TreeHugger Town & Country: The "No Shampoo" experiment
Margaret and Katherine give up shampoo for a month, with mixed results.
The "Three A's" of Nonprofit Social Media Engagement
Learn why your nonprofit should follow not only the social media "rule of thirds," but also the "three As." Read on to find out what they ar
Where To Sled: A Map of Philly's Best Sledding Spots
One of the unfortunate realities of city living is that sledding opportunities are few and far between. Philly's flat, rowhome packed street
This Post Will Make You A More Effective Communicator In 90 Seconds
I've recently been doing a bit of research on space exploration. The hunt has inevitably led me to stories about SpaceX founder (and billion
Sponsors Are The New Mentors--And They Really Need You
In an excerpt from her new book Forget a Mentor Find a Sponsor author Sylvia Ann Hewlett explains how unlike mentorship sponsorship operates
Dear Obama, It’s Time to Return Your Nobel Peace Prize. Here’s Why.
How does a Nobel Peace Prize winner justify launching missile strikes in Syria? He can’t.