The premiere episode of this new series takes us to the timeless world portrayed in the book Pedro Paramo by Juan Rulfo.
On Mar. 25, Gisele Fetterman visited AL DÍA Newsroom to discuss her journey to becoming Second Lady of Pennsylvania, and her plans for using her new platform to advance the work that she has done on immigrant rights, poverty, and the power of “soft” leadership.
AL DÍA will give tribute to the Latin American works of the most prominent authors of the past 500 years.
In the first year of his administration, District Attorney Larry Krasner has fulfilled several of the campaign promises which gained him the support of nearly 75 percent of Philadelphia voters and swept him into office in 2017. But how successful have the changes that Krasner has introduced been in reducing the city's out-sized incarceration rate - and what will be the consequences locally and nationally as he continues in his efforts to reform the criminal justice system?
The long-time rivals clash for the District 7 City Council seat in Democratic primary election on May 21.
In her new book, Eileen Truax explores how, contrary to popular perception that the question is still up for debate, the U.S. has already “built the wall,” keeping asylum seekers out through the immigration system itself.
Mayor Moran visited AL DÍA to discuss his first year in office, his efforts to spur economic development in Camden, and his vision moving forward for the city just across the river from Philadelphia.
City Councilman David Oh sat down with AL DÍA to discuss the controversial soda tax, the recently passed Fair Workweek legislation, violence in the city, the opioid crisis, marijuana legalization, Philly's sanctuary city status, and more.
With her platform, Latinx Therapy, established in April 2018, Adriana Alejandre wants to transform the way that Latinx mental health professionals can connect with those seeking access to care.
Es demasiado. Todo es demasiado. Entre violentos choques en nombre de la justicia social, inundaciones bíblicas y pruebas misilísticas de Corea del Norte, todos necesitamos algún tipo de distracción.
En una entrevista exclusiva con AL DÍA News, el alcalde de Filadelfia, Jim Kenney, habló sobre su infancia en una familia de clase obrera del sur de Filadelfia, su apoyo apasionado a la creciente población de inmigrantes, y el entorno político local en plena transformación.
Los rivales compiten por el escaño en el Concejo municipal del 7 Distrito en las elecciones primarias del partido demócrata en el 21 de mayo.
Los líderes estudiantiles de Wharton School of Business visitan las oficinas de AL DÍA para hablar sobre lo que se espera para la 9ª Conferencia latinoamericana anual de Wharton (WHALAC por sus siglas en inglés)
Student-leaders from the Wharton School of Business recently visited the AL DÍA newsroom to discuss what’s in store for the 9th annual Wharton Latin American Conference (WHALAC).
AL DÍA sits down with Cassie Owens, Joy D. Soto, Danielle P. Jeter, and Mariela Morales Suárez to discuss the future of local news media.
AL DÍA Founder, Editor-in-Chief, and CEO Hernán Guaracao sits down Elisabeth Perez-Luna, Sara Lomax-Reese, Michael Days, and Sandra Clark to discuss the importance of diversity in Philadelphia news media.
A conversation on journalism, diversity, and the future of Philadelphia.