The World Cafe Live reopens after months of COVID-19 health restrictions
A lively music hall where artists big and small come to perform managed to overcome constantly changing health protocols throughout the COVID-19 pandemic and became a beacon of hope for event spaces around the country. The Temp’s Sarah Weitzman reports.…
Road to Recovery: Housing Program in North Philadelphia Gives Residents Second Chance
More than 1,200 people died from drug overdoses in Philadelphia in 2020… just three shy of the record number of overdose deaths set three years earlier. While the city has been battling a “twin-demic” of increasing gun violence and the…
Manayunk Brewery Reopens Six Months After Hurricane Ida
The remnants of Hurricane Ida spilled into the Manayunk Brewing Company last September, making it their seventh flood they have survived. After being closed for six months, the restaurant has made yet another comeback. The Temp’s Nicolle Majette reports.
The Temp: April 2021 Broadcast
This year’s second broadcast of the Temp will air tomorrow April 21st at 2:30 p.m. and 10:30 p.m. on TUTV. We filmed from the Kal & Lucille Rudman Media Production Center with Paul Gluck and his broadcast class. Hosts Kamryn…
Pre-Pandemic: Philadelphia’s Italian Market
Philadelphia’s Italian Market is one of the oldest and largest open air markets in America. Philadelphia Neighborhood’s Reporter Michael Carey got an in person look at some of the businesses that have been there for decades.
Students Struggle With Financial Demands of College Life
The high cost of tuition combined with unpaid internships create significant financial hardships for many students. The Temp’s Susan Thomas reports on how they are able to make ends meet. Students Struggle With Financial Demands of College Life College students…
Philly Clothing Store Continues Their Mission Despite Pandemic
United By Blue is a sustainability-focused clothing store based in Philadelphia. The Temp’s Jack Harrison reports on how they were able to fulfill their mission during the pandemic.
Philadelphia’s Arts and Entertainment Industries Suffer During Pandemic
Philadelphia’s arts and entertainment industries took a big hit amid the city-wide shutdowns during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Temp’s Renata Kaminski reports on how they were able to stay afloat.
Video: Urban beekeepers share their mission
Reporter Julia Albertson and producer Nate Stanley speak with beekeepers in Philadelphia. Their mission to help urban ecosystems flourish and produce local honey is detailed. Read more about urban beekeeping from Julia Albertson here.