Labor Day Light Reads 2023

As the summer draws to a close, many will be unwinding with trips to their favorite attractions, enjoying quality time with family and friends, and more. For our Present Value post this week, we have created a list of events and interesting reads to help make the most of the long weekend. But first, let’s not forget the history of Labor Day in America.

Events and Activities

Guide to Labor Day Weekend in Philadelphia for 2023
Visit Philadelphia

Neue Galerie is Reopening with Discounted Admission to see Great Art
Time Out New York

Weekend Lineup (Sept. 2 – 5): The Best Things to do in Baltimore this Labor Day Weekend
Baltimore Magazine

Ways to Enjoy Labor Day Weekend 2023 in Washington, DC

Collingswood Farmers’ Market

The Latest from Present Value

The Exit Interview: Final Thoughts from our Summer 2023 Interns
By Norah Serverson, Marketing Assistant

Atlanta’s Quest for Homeownership: The Alarming Affordable Housing Crisis
By ESI Center for the Future of Cities Fellows Patrick Darcy and Samriddhi Khare

The U.S. Supreme Court Gutted Affirmative Action. Are We a More Equitable Society? Can We Be?
By Renee Cardwell Hughes, Senior Advisor

Understanding the Economic Impact of Film-Induced Tourism
By Frank Robinson, Vice President

Better Understanding NJEDA’s Aspire Program
By Stephen Madsen, Associate Director

In the News

Free SEPTA Passes are now Available for Philly City Employees and Some Low-income Residents
The Philadelphia Inquirer

Shattering Records and Stereotypes, First-Generation College Students Share their Fears and Struggles as they Leave Philly
The Philadelphia Tribune

‘We Have to Believe’: Philadelphia’s Outgoing Planning Czar Anne Fadullon on Future Development, Next Role
The Philadelphia Business Journal

This Ambitious Plan Would Revive Downtown San Francisco to End its ‘Doom Loop’

How Transit Villages are Reshaping New Jersey’s Urban Landscape

Are You Ready for ‘Extreme’ Water Recycling?

Austin Explores Cool Pavements to Tackle Heat Island Effect

$150K Grant Fund Aims to Build Climate Resilience for Philly’s Environmental Justice Advisory Commission
Green Philly


Mike Daly, Business Development Manager | [email protected]

Mike Daly is a business development manager at ESI, where he oversees and supports the business development and marketing team. In addition to assisting with proposals, he is responsible for enhancing the firm’s brand and work through traditional and social media, producing content for the company website, managing the firm’s blog, Present Value, and supporting the development of strategic initiatives.

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