People in Philly love dead things. Where you can get taxidermy in Philadelphia.

Taxidermy isn’t dead. The business of it, that is. Taxidermy is the art of preserving an animal’s body through stuffing or mounting, with life like features, for display or study purposes. Breakthrough Magazine reported that Americans spent $800 million on taxidermy in 2011. In Philly, you can see taxidermy in a variety of different history... Continue Reading →

Exploring Philadelphia institutions’ effectiveness and holding them accountable

Julie Christie is the Enterprise Editor for The Temple News -- the independent, student-run newspaper at Temple University. She hopes to focus her journalism career in data journalism and criminal justice. Julie interned at The Reentry Project over the summer and developed a passion for solutions journalism. The Reentry Project is a 15-newsroom collaboration that focused... Continue Reading →

How are nonprofits impacting Philly?

Jenny Roberts and Aaron Gibbs will be covering the nonprofit beat. They are both senior journalism majors at Temple University in Philadelphia. Jenny is the supervising editor at The Temple News, the university's editorially independent student newspaper, which means she spends most of her time deleting the oxford comma from writers' drafts. Aaron is currently... Continue Reading →

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