It is not the new skyscrapers going up, but rather the quality and quantity of people we may attract to live or work in them which will define the fate of our city in the 21st Century. Philadelphia is, no doubt, rebounding. But is it dawn or dusk what we see in the horizon?
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The Greater Philadelphia Hispanic Chamber of Commerce held its first networking mixer of the year at the exclusive Pyramid Club in the heart of Philadelphia's Center City Business district.
The conference is designed to inform and engage leaders on the best practices pertaining to talent growth and attraction.
The official TV partner of the 18th Annual AL DÍA Philadelphia Diverse City Career Fair can help further promote the need for the diversity in the city to extend out to the workplace.
The PA Attorney General recognizes that tackling the community's opioid conflict will require more than strong law enforcement alone.
For the third straight year, Immigrant Business Week will function to honor the immigrant business community in Philadelphia, and provide valuable resources for current and aspiring immigrant entrepreneurs.
The community foundation launched a number of key initiatives to promote their big centennial anniversary.
Floral designers representing 23 countries competed in Philadelphia for the FTD World Cup which revisits the United States after more than two decades. The competition is part of the Pennsylvania Horticultural Society's 190th Anniversary.
The independent non-profit organization aims to drive growth to every corner of Philadelphia through a number of different projects.
The two organizations will collaborate in an effort to increase economic opportunities for people of color and those in underserved communities.
Keynote Speaker Justice Kevin M. Dougherty discussed issues including diversity, access to the courts as well as fulfilling his promise to justice through law during the 2018 AL DÍA Lawyers Forum.
Operation Gratitude sends more than 300,000 care packages each year to soldiers, sailors, airmen, marines, and coast guardsmen deployed overseas.
The seven grants will cover a number of different areas, including health, environment, and animal services.
The event on Oct. 4 is part of an effort to help Philadelphia transform its reality as one of the poorest major cities in the U.S., and help provide young residents with job opportunities.
Mayor Kenney and stakeholders aim to better prepare Philadelphians for job access and career opportunities with launch of new workforce development strategy.
The Immigrant Workers Academy, an initiative from the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs, aims to educate and equip Philadelphia immigrant workers with the tools necessary to advocate for their rights in the workplace.
SEPTA utiliza la web y las redes sociales para invitar a sus usuarios a unirse a SEPTA Key, el nuevo sistema de boletos de la compañía, e informar a los pasajeros de que la venta de fichas pronto pasará a la historia.
SEPTA is using its website and social media platforms to invite passengers to join SEPTA Key, the company’s new fare system, and to inform riders that tokens sales are being phased out.
The change comes as part of the authority’s fare modernization plan.
On a quiet Northeast Philadelphia corner, Café Liz Restaurant serves a charming ode to Portugal, all while embodying the traditional narrative of the American immigrant dream.
No, this was not your typical PA Society smoke-filled bash or “old boy’s club” weekend.
Action Wellness has been providing hope to Philadelphians living with (or at risk of) HIV/AIDS via pre-exposure prophylaxis medication, prevention education, case management, testing, and overall support since 1986. Its office is featured in the pioneering drama Philadelphia, starring Tom Hanks, Denzel Washington, and Antonio Banderas, widely regarded as the first mainstream film to depict a sincere narrative on homosexuality and homophobia.
"Maybe Christmas, the Grinch thought, doesn't come from a store." - Dr. Seuss
Armada con un talento nato y una pasión cultivada por la cocina, la Chef Judith Suzarra-Campbell está revolucionando la industria del restaurante moderno en Filadelfia, ofreciendo comidas venezolanas con sabor “a casa”, y poniendo la calidad y la tradición por encima de la fanfarria de las cadenas de renombre.
Armed with a natural-born talent and a cultivated passion for cooking, Chef Judith Suzarra-Campbell is revolutionizing the modern restaurant business in Philadelphia by providing homestyle Venezuelan meals, and by putting quality and tradition over unnecessary pizzaz and big-name chains.