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Felix Salmon, chief financial correspondent at Axios and host of the Slate Money podcast will discuss his upcoming book about the post-pandemic economy. Hosted by Francine McKenna, a Wharton professor and longtime business journalist. This event is non-smoking.
Philly, it‘s been a while — like, three years since this local chapter of the Online News Association has hosted its own in-person event. Let‘s change that.
Join ONA Philly for a casual happy hour on Wednesday, June 7, to meet other digital journalists and learn more about the organization. We‘ll discuss: What kind of programming do you want to see from a meetup group focused entirely on professional development and community building for local digital journalists?
In pre-pandemic years, ONA Philly hosted lightning talks on community engagement; a panel on fighting misinformation; many happy hours; an open discussion on pay in the industry; a tour of a local typewriter shop; a community-focused newsroom crawl; group visits to Phillies games; and more. In 2023, we want to get back to that, so come with ideas about how ONA Philly can serve you this year. If you‘re new to the region (or journalism) since the pandemic started, we especially want to meet you.
We‘ll also be joined by esteemed members of ONA‘s board of directors, who will share what the national org can offer — and what to expect from the ONA23 conference, held in person this August in our own Philadelphia. Bonus: Attendees will receive a discount code to register for the conference!
Register on ONA‘s website to qualify for the conference registration discount
This event is non-smoking.
Now that the primary is over, it‘s time to put the divisiveness of the election behind us and focus on what really matters - laughing at ourselves and making the City of Philadelphia an even better place to call home.
That‘s why we‘re bringing together the most terminally online of this election cycle for a happy hour to raise some money for a good cause, all while highlighting the terrible political takes and laughable predictions from this cycle.
Join us on Wednesday, June 21st at the Pen & Pencil where the funniest, worst and dumbest tweets get read out loud. We‘ll probably give out some awards too.
This event is non-smoking.
Nominate your favorite tweets today:
Suggested donation of $10 to attend, with all proceeds benefiting Philabundance.
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