December 11, 2020
Resilience is Woven into Philly’s Fabric Row
A historic section of Philadelphia known as a central point for business and commerce for over a century, South Fourth Street’s Fabric Row contains only seven fabric stores today. According to one source, there were around 25 fabric stores on Fourth Street in 1950. As the row has changed, so too have the fabric store owners and new small business owners looking to earn a living.
November 8, 2020
U.S. Supreme Court Justice Declines to Intervene in Pennsylvania Election Funds Case
United States Supreme Court Justice Samuel A. Alito Jr. refused to issue an injunction on Tuesday, November 3, for a federal lawsuit alleging illegal disbursement of grant funds designed to help increase Democratic voter turnout.
October 27, 2020
At Eastern State Penitentiary, It’s Less Scaring and More Sharing for Halloween
The sidewalk outside the ivy-filled walls of the old prison on Fairmount Ave. in Philadelphia was lively for a Wednesday night during a pandemic. Across the street, people dined outside at Fare and Urban Saloon. For a moment, the street resembled life before the pandemic.
October 25, 2020
New Small Business Owner Struggles to Stay Afloat in Pandemic
Victor Fernandez, co-owner of Guavaberry Foods & Drinks in Philadelphia's Queen Village neighborhood, hopes to see a bounce in sales as COVID-19 continues into the fall and winter.
October 21, 2020
‘COVID-19 Has Laid Bare the Serious Wounds of Homelessness’
Sister Mary Scullion, founder of Philly's Project HOME, discusses homelessness during COVID-19.