Victor Fernandes, 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.
Sister Mary Scullion, founder of Philly’s Project HOME, discusses homelessness during COVID-19.
A mural by artist J. Giovinetti watches over Philadephia’s Queen Village neighborhood [Credit: Bobby Brier] (PHILADELPHIA) — On the cusp of autumn and a looming United States presidential election, South Philadelphia’s Queen Village neighborhood is soaked in afternoon sunlight. Leaves
Fleishman Fabrics on historic Fabric Row in Philadelphia has adapted to the economic challenges of COVID-19 by staying open as an essential business. [Photo Credit: Bobby Brier] (PHILADELPHIA) — A fabric store on South Fourth Street in the heart of
Bobby Brier is a writer living in Philadelphia. As a reporter for The Click, he is interested in stories on housing and criminal justice reform. In the summer of 2020, he launched a blog called After The Huddle Sports, which