Feel Good Fridays
The first American edition of Jane Austen’s ‘Pride and Prejudice’ was published in Philly. Almost 200 years later, The Rosenbach dives into the novel.
2 weeks agoListen 2:21
A new project by artist Michelle Angela Ortiz centers on the immigrant communities that live and work along South Philly’s Italian Market.
4 weeks agoListen 2:02
By the time kids reach the fourth grade, the function of reading shifts, and young students in Philadelphia are behind. A new nonprofit aims to bridge the gap.
1 month agoListen 2:05
“It's kind of empowering to flip items or give them a new life,” said Tanya Mayeux. “I love the idea of keeping whatever we can out of the landfill.”
2 months agoListen 1:52
Urban wildlife exists all around us, and Bernard Brown is on a mission to get people to enjoy it with his new book, “Exploring Philly Nature: A Guide for All Four Seasons."
2 months agoListen 1:50
A group of senior citizens doles out advice every Friday morning at the Ventnor Farmer’s Market. “It may not be the best advice, but it’s free.”
2 months agoListen 2:04
A traveling herd of caprine entertainers is putting on play performances, parades and bringing education and joy to residents of all ages.
2 months agoListen 1:54
From Wellness on the Waterfront to Summer Yoga Flow, Philly’s Race Street and Cherry Street Piers are full of fun, free outdoor workout classes this summer.
3 months agoListen 1:53
David Puryear is the iconic saxophonist who plays on the corner of 4th and Market in Old City, Philadelphia. He brings music and joy to the community.
3 months agoListen 1:52
We Walk PHL is getting Philadelphians moving in parks across the city. Residents are getting healthy and making connections through the power of walking.
4 months agoListen 1:43
From volunteering to adopting, there are multiple ways to support animal rescue shelters. Summer is the perfect season to help dogs and cats in need.
4 months agoListen 1:49