Storyteller Mike Daisey Returns To Philly With Two New ShowsA master storyteller returns to Philadelphia for two new politically charged shows during the anniversary of the 2016 election.
Twitter, Snapchat Adopt New Looks To Attract More UsersTwitter is rolling out a 280-character limit for nearly all its users, and Snapchat will revamp its app in hopes of becoming easier to use for everyone.
Trump Remark On Texas Shooting Sparks Twitter Trend About Mental IllnessTwitter users took to the platform Monday to share their experiences of what #LivingWithMentalIllnessIs really like.
Tech Giants Face Congress About Russian Interference In 2016 ElectionThe House and Senate committees are questioning executives from Facebook, Twitter, and Google about whether they knowingly allowed Russian operatives to use their platforms to interfere in the 2016 election. 
Monica Lewinsky Joins Fight Against CyberbullyingYears of harassment online has prompted Monica Lewinsky to join the fight against cyberbullying.
Snapchat Partnering With College NewspapersWith more Americans getting their news from social media, Snapchat is adding college newspapers to its app.
Facebook To Roll Out New 'Facebook Watch' TabHoping to cash in on online video ads, the world's largest social network is continuing its quest to build a digital video empire.
Facebook Shines During Solar EclipseWhile many gazed at the sky to watch the moon pass in front of the sun, millions took to social media to document the moment. 
Online Protest To Continue Against HBO Alt-History ShowSince its announcement a few weeks ago, HBO's controversial Alt-History series "Confederate" has become the target of social media protests.
Company Known For Soap Is Tackling Racial Bias With New AdTemple University associate professor Devon Powers says a lot of companies like Proctor and Gamble are trying to navigate in these political times.
Haverford PD Faces Criticism For Posting Photos Of Shooting WitnessesWhat if a police department posted your picture on social media as a witness to a crime so others could identify you?
Philly Singer-Songwriter Serenades Pedestrians Across CityA new series on Instagram called #SidewalkSerenades is the brainchild of Philadelphia singer/songwriter Darius Coleman. 
North Penn Grad Appears In New Hit MovieA North Penn high school grad caught a lucky break in a critically-acclaimed romantic comedy out now.
Celebrating Social Media Day In PhillyThursday was Social Media Day in Philadelphia, where a Center City company hosted a celebration of all things social.
One Of Nation's Top Workshops For Writers Moves Headquarters To PhiladelphiaVoices of Our Nation Arts Foundation has found a new home at the University of Pennsylvania.