The facts are fairly simple – “frocked, defrocked, refrocked!” might headline an article about Frank Schaefer, a Methodist minister in Eastern Pennsylvania. But, as they say, God is in the details, and they come to life in Curio’s docudrama, an imperfect but heartfelt and touching exploration of a real life local incident with a global message. 370 more words
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By Dustin Slaughter
On Tuesday, November 4th, Philadelphia voters will choose whether or not to amend the City Charter to implement a new – and semi-independent – Department of Prisons and Commissioner of Prisons into our city’s bureaucracy. 655 more words
Make no mistake about it: A performance by Kathleen Battle is An Event. Anyone interested in hearing great music – and experiencing a true diva – should go at least once. 328 more words
Good things come to those who wait. Slow cooking yields the best flavor.
You might want to keep these aphorisms in mind as you watch Lisa D’Amour’s… 469 more words
To review or not to review? That was my question as we divided up the schedule for City Paper. In the yes column, I had seen… 442 more words