Why are more people flouting immigration laws by taking sanctuary in Philly? What is it like to live in a church under self-imposed house arrest?
Air Date: January 22, 2019Listen 14:21
How has protesting in America — and Philadelphia — changed since Martin Luther King, Jr. fought for civil rights and how effective is it?
Air Date: January 21, 2019Listen 12:34
Why have many black girls and women felt the social media movement that has exposed the misdeeds of powerful men has left them behind, until now?
Air Date: January 17, 2019Listen 13:51
Why is the Philadelphia Parking Authority ticketing cars for blocking street sweepers — on streets the city doesn’t actually sweep 75 percent of the time?
Air Date: January 16, 2019Listen 14:54
Philadelphia's Defender Association says cops pull over more African-American drivers in the 14th Police District than white ones. Is racial profiling to blame?
Air Date: January 15, 2019Listen 12:45
New Wawa stores are popping up all over Philly, including its biggest ever in Old City. Why the renewed focus on the city? And how is the hoagie-eating public responding?
Air Date: January 14, 2019Listen 12:05
For survivors of gun violence, long-term help in overcoming new physical and financial challenges is not always easy to find after leaving the hospital.
Air Date: January 10, 2019Listen 14:08
With the unflappable Nick Foles under center, it feels like Eagles have been touched by angels this season. But can divine intervention get the Birds past Saints Sunday?
Air Date: January 9, 2019Listen 14:00
Should schools be rated and reviewed like restaurants, movies, and Uber rides? Or are the stakes higher? Why Pennsylvania is trying a new tool.
Air Date: January 8, 2019Listen 15:10
Why Cory Booker's rhetoric has changed as he tries to court the most progressive wing of the Democratic Party and position himself for a 2020 presidential bid.
Air Date: January 7, 2019Listen 13:44
A white referee recently forced a black South Jersey high school wrestler to choose between cutting his dreadlocks or forfeiting a match. Why did this unfold this way?
Air Date: January 3, 2019Listen 14:01
Why the Painted Bride, a staple in Philadelphia's art community for nearly 50 years, is selling its iconic building in Old City to pursue a more nomadic vision.
Air Date: January 2, 2019Listen 12:57
Amid all of the distressing and difficult headlines we encounter every day, let's meet some of the regular people working to make a positive change in their communities.
Air Date: January 1, 2019Listen 12:28
A new coal mine is opening soon in Pennsylvania. Are President Trump's energy policies to thank?
Air Date: December 27, 2018Listen 12:45
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