Broad Street Review, where art and ideas meet. This was founding editor Dan Rottenberg’s vision when he launched BSR as an online nonprofit arts and culture journal in 2005. That vision continues today, as BSR has become Philly’s home for arts, culture, and conversation.
Kyle V. Hiller
President and Publisher
Our coverage captures the cultural life of the greater Philadelphia region.
Our mission is inclusive and accessible arts journalism that reflects our diverse city. For more information on writing for BSR, visit our guidelines for writers. For more information on getting your event covered in BSR, visit our guidelines for arts groups.
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Dan Rottenberg founded Broad Street Review and serves as BSR's editor-in-chief.
Judy Weightman becomes BSR's editor-in-chief.
Wendy Rosenfield becomes BSR's editor-in-chief.
Alaina Johns becomes editor-in-chief.
Kyle V. Hiller becomes BSR's associate editor
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Alaina Johns, editor-in-chief
Kyle V. Hiller, associate editor
Neil Bardhan, executive director
Sid Schechter, president and publisher