First Person Arts Podcast: Orchestrating Change

Henry Nicolas shares how his personal experiences drove him to become one of the African American leaders most involved with connecting the Labor and Civil Rights Movements.

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Posted Jul. 30, 2014 | Comments: 0

Why a crew of Philly educators are taking their kids down to the river

The Philadelphia Wooden Boat Factory wants students to become captains of their own destinies.

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Posted Jul. 30, 2014 | Comments: 1

Savage Love

I’m a 27-year-old straight guy who’s been in an open relationship for six years. I often seek out extracurricular activities, but I am unsure of how to bring up my situation

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Posted Jul. 30, 2014 | Comments: 0

First Person Arts Podcast: Swindled and Smiling

Rocky‘s neighbors steal his typewriter, refrigerator and, finally, his heart.

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Posted Jul. 24, 2014 | Comments: 0

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Pa-Gov: Here’s one ad we love—and one we hate
By Josh Kruger

Right now, we’re all being bombarded by negative ads in the run up to next Tuesday’s primary.  Everybody hates this shit.  Specifically, two ads have gotten our attention lately:  One from the governor’s race and another from PA-13, which we’re referring to as “GIRL PLEASE” AND “AWESOME SAUCE TASTES LIKE…” First up, Tom Corbett’s take on Democrat Tom Wolf’s [...]

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“Tips for Jesus” hits Philly; man leaves $7,000
By Josh Kruger

There’s a mysterious, awesome movement afoot right now in America: It was (probably) begun by a corporate executive, and it’s hit more than a dozen cities across the country. The mission: make the world a better place one ridiculously large tip at a time. Usually to often overworked, underpaid waitstaff and bartenders. And it seems that [...]