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Philly’s ever-growing dining scene

January 28, 2016
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For years, late night eating in Philly meant: 1) cheesesteaks or 2) pizza or 3) a diner. All are good and delicious, but it’s nice to see the scene evolving. Here’s my take on it, as well as a list of places to eat in the wee hours.

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To dye or not to dye, that is the question

January 25, 2016
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And my answer is, “Dye.” I found my first gray hairs in college and the onslaught hasn’t stopped yet. When Cathy Rubin at the Inquirer said she was putting together a special section called “Gray Matters,” I knew I wanted to share a story...

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In honor of MLK Day

January 17, 2016
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My Inquirer Currents column this week looked a two-year long project that hopes to bring sensitive issues, like race and class, into the public discussion. “Elephants on the Avenue: Race, Class and Community in Historic Germantown” seemed like a great project to talk about...

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Meet the Pink Sisters!

January 6, 2016
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I’ve wanted to write about the Pink Sisters for a long, long time and I finally found a reason: This year was their 100th anniversary! These cloistered nuns living...

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Writing about arts and culture for the Associated Press

December 29, 2015
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Hello, Arts and Culture fans! Coming to Philadelphia any time soon? Check out a few of our fab museums, like The Barnes Foundation for a look at its permanent...

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From The Washington Post, an article on one of Pennsylvania’s most unsavory scandals

December 28, 2015
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This is one of the most confusing stories I’ve ever written that doesn’t involve math. There are so many moving parts and changes. It’s also called “Porngate” because it...

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