Get to know Kalina Harrison, the Georgia Peach with Germantown Pride. Here are five things you should know about your Germantown neighbor.
Thanksgiving is next week, and there are ways to score a free turkey and other food supplies to avoid breaking the bank.
After almost two years of stunning service in the Germantown neighborhood and broader Philadelphia region, the No More Secrets Mind Body Spirit Inc team is ready to flow across the country.
The Info Hub highlights Equally Informed Philly, another program under Resolve Philly, bridging the gap in the digital divide here in Philly. We also will hear a collection of interview profiles on some Germantown neighbors completed by Temple Temple interviews include:
Germantown’s Face to Face hosts monthly birth certificate clinics to help residents live fuller lives and unlock opportunities.
Earlier this month, Black business owners shared their experiences on the Info Hub Hour. From that, we compiled a list of ways to continue showing up for them.
Rasheed speaks with Michael Cogbill about the work VoteRiders does surrounding Voter ID Laws.
Porchfest is a way to celebrate communities and deepen connections. While it’s uncertain when the first Porchfest happened, there are many across the country, including Ithica, NY, and West Philly. This Sunday, Mt. Airy will host their very own.
The iMPeRFeCT Gallery is celebrating its 10th year with its annual art show–which will be dedicated to reproductive rights this year. And they’re still looking for artists to submit for the exhibit.
The Ebenezer Maxwell Mansion’s new Deep Rivers tour art piece will reimagine Black figures of the tour celebrating themselves and the historical triumph of Black people. Read more about it here.