Una conversación íntima con Raquel Salas Rivera, una activista gay, no-binaria, de Mayagüez, recién nombrada cuarta Poeta Laureada de Filadelfia.
Mónica Marie Zorrilla
Raquel Salas Rivera, Philadelphia's fourth Poet Laureate, writes bilingual poetry that transcends the conventional, to provide a space for those for whom the conventional does not embrace.
What is your damage, Paramount Network? 2018’s remake of 80s cult-classic “Heathers” is turning out to be a shoddy attempt at genuine political correctness, cringe-worthy demographic pandering, and an overall hot mess. How very.
After the dramatic win that scored The Eagles their first Lombardi, Philly fans have been flying high with wings of glory and a Bud Light in hand. Here’s a recap of the “Green Fever” that stuck its talons through the City’s heart last week.
If you’re rooting for the underdogs this Sunday, then rooting for these little woofers won’t be too much of a fetch.
On January 30th, 2018, Dr. Carmen Febo-San Miguel was honored with the La Justicia Award, preceded by opening remarks by Mayor Jim Kenney and presented by the President of The Hispanic Bar Association of Pennsylvania, Jacqueline Romero.
Surprisingly, it wasn't just Bruno Mars taking home glitzy golden gramophones last night at the 60th Annual Grammy Awards.
Backpacks, cars, panties, and tank tops are all getting the “bulletproof” treatment.
Josh Shapiro, the 44-year-old who now holds the title of 50th Attorney General of Pennsylvania, has just celebrated his first anniversary as the incumbent. Here’s a review of his time so far in office (through his eyes).
Roberto Díaz, un inmigrante chileno, ha hecho muchas mudanzas durante su carrera como un destacado violista. Estas son las razones por las que decidió vivir en Filadelfia.
Roberto Díaz, a Chilean immigrant, has made many moves throughout his career as an esteemed violist and as an educator. Now, he is the President and CEO of The Curtis Institute of Music. Here’s how and why he chose to call Philadelphia home.
It just got easier to get to Sesame Street (if you’re from an underrepresented racial background, that is).
The first edition of The Guardian’s newer (and thinner) tabloid look was just published this week.
Joshua Grosso, a Colombian-American and recent Carnegie Mellon graduate, has been stunning audiences with his powerful vocals and impressive theatrical éclat throughout the Les Misérables national tour. The show will be running at The Kimmel Center until January 21st 2018.
According to the CDC, the flu is now hitting 49 states hard, peaking early and, in some cases, claiming lives. So far, eighteen flu deaths have been reported in Pennsylvania, and the outbreak doesn’t seem to be slowing down soon.
Governor Tom Wolf signed a public health Statewide Disaster Declaration today, initiating a concerted effort to fight against the pernicious opioid epidemic. This is the first-ever official proclamation to be made regarding the issue in Pennsylvania, but not the first time that the State has addressed it. What changes now?
For the 41st time, Gallup International has released their Global End of Year Survey, polling 55 countries on the topics of hope, happiness, and economic optimism. Three countries in Latin America made the Top Ten, but one country in the region scored in the bottom tier.
Las guapas y valientes muñecas American Girl cuentan con una nueva compañera, que incluso ha sido aprobada por la NASA.
In case you missed it.
The beloved, courageous, and spunky American Girls welcome a new addition to their famous entourage (and she’s even approved by NASA).
¿Reconoces a alguna de ellas?
Do you recognize any of them?
You read that headline correctly. A “bomb cyclone”, or “bombogenesis”, is projected to impact Philadelphia with radically cold temperatures, dangerous gusts of wind, and plenty of snow. Here’s what you need to know, and what precautions you should take in case the meteorology reports are on target.
This weekend, find out why Philadelphia isn’t a cultural wasteland.
For a gourmet start to the new year.