"When we first started walking, we were walking to help people die with dignity, and now we walk to help people live with dignity," said Robb Reichard, executive director of the AIDS Fund. Read Miriam Hill’s article here. Walking in memory of Art...
The fantastic Tim Furlong tells Mondo’s moving story and encourages everyone to come out and support AIDS Walk Philly on October 16. View more videos at: http://nbcphiladelphia.com.Mondo Guerra for AIDS Walk Philly and Living Positive By Design
Philadelphia's Boathouse Row is getting a glow-up from Fairmount Park Conservancy and Philadelphia Parks and Recreation. A public Boathouse Row Official Relighting Ceremony will take place on March 7, 2024. […]
Fairmount Park Conservancy cuts the ribbon on the historic Trolley Trail through Fairmount Park in Philadelphia. The Philadelphia Inquirer went out on the trail with reporter Frank Kummer and photographer Jessica Griffin to capture the story on a beautiful fall day. […]
Prevention Point Philadelphia staff have encouraged their participants with opioid use disorder to receive once-a-month injections called Sublocade. The treatments are having a profound effect on many lives, including Kali, featured in this beautiful story from NBC News. […]