Artists and Germantown residents Heather Bowlan and Melinda Rice feature their new collaborative work at this year’s Fringe Festival.
Mighty Writers Germantown is launching a new after-school program this fall. Monday through Friday, students can participate in the Germantown Academy, engaging in literacy and writing in enriching ways.
Last week, a public hearing on the proposed gas plant in Nicetown occurred. Residents and organizers were in attendance to oppose renewing the gas plant permit in due to potential environmental and health risks.
The Philly Birth Fund is now officially a non-profit, raising funds to provide lower cost and free home birth to Black families in the area.
Equally Informed Philly, Germantown Info Hub and Billy Penn are teaming up to crowdsource community questions to feature in “Candid Candidate”.
This Sunday, February 26th, the Weavers Way Co-op is partnering with community organizations to host a baby item drive.
After overcoming various setbacks, the Philadelphia Midwife Collective birth center is set to come to Germantown.
Maleka interviews State Senator Art Haywood and State Senator Nikil Saval, individually, about the Whole Home Repairs Act.
A local art gallery and coffeeshop have teamed up to stand in solidarity with Ukraine by calling for artist contributions.