Former Philadelphia Poet Laureate Trapeta B. Mayson led poetry workshops for residents to speak on flood experiences.
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.
Two months after the primary election, former candidate, Andre Carroll, reflects on his hard-fought campaign.
As the next step to a demonstration held a few weeks ago, residents attended a meeting with Senator Bob Casey’s office to address concerns surrounding the Greene Street post office.
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.
This past Saturday, the Germantown Farmers Market returned for a second time under Philly Forests’ organization.
On May 14th, Vernon Park will house an event centering on connection and collective grief as a means to de-stigmatize the drug-related loss of a loved one. Here’s what’s planned and why it matters.