Andrea Lindsay of Philadelphia Lawyers for Social Equity (PLSE) and Tauhid Chappell of Philadelphia CannaBusiness Association (PCBA) discuss their collaborative marijuana-centered free legal clinics. Chrissy Watts of Philly Experiences & Rebecca Fisher of Beyond The Bell Tours discuss disrupting typical views of history.
Germantown has a rich legacy of Black-owned businesses. Here are some businesses rooted in the community without storefronts that shouldn’t be left out of the equation.
It’s down to 20 finalists competing for a $2,000 grand prize in an anti-violence rap contest called “Philly Got Barz.”
On July 3, Elizabeth Negron fell victim to a hit-and-run. But new footage reveals new details, including police on the scene right before she was struck.
If you’re looking to buy fresh fruits & vegetables, you’re in luck because Germantown houses four different summer markets. Check them out here.
Two months after the primary election, former candidate, Andre Carroll, reflects on his hard-fought campaign.
On the 6/23/22 episode of G-Town Info Hub Hour, we partnered with Kouvenda Media to air their newest podcast centering the experiences of a mother helping her son on his journey to healing after an unfortunate bout with gun violence. “Stronger Every Day” tells that story. Rasheed also gives a short round-up of family-friendly events happening in and around the neighborhood this summer.
It’s officially summer, meaning the kiddos are out for the summer. Check out these events below for parents and caretakers looking for low-cost and free fun for the family this summer around the neighborhood.
After neighborhood-wide reports of local postal service issues, Germantown residents plan to gather this Saturday. Here’s why.
A few months after launching a GoFundMe to help with material costs for a physical space for her Afrocentric consignment shop, Tomarra Sankara-Kilombo is officially bringing Black soul to Germantown.