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What goes bump in The Basement?

Today, the City Paper posted an article I wrote about The Basement, Pittsburgh ScareHouse’s adults-only, full-contact haunted attraction. And if that doesn’t get your attention, I don’t know what will. 10 more words


Philly's Right-to-Know and 2015 - Part One

By Dustin Slaughter

Newsworks‘ Holly Otterbein reported last week on yet another troubling deficiency in the public’s right to access government records: namely, city employees can, and often do, arbitrarily delete emails after a mere 50 days. 790 more words

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DF Reviews The Addams Family (Media Theatre, October 2014)

Sometimes, it’s all about the cast.

That’s been the story from the start for Andrew Lippa, Marshall Brickman and Rick Elice’s The Addams Family musical. Its original Broadway production got the kind of… 384 more words


DF Reviews La Bête at Arden Theatre (September 2014)

Generally, I like my comedies as I like my martinis – very dry. La Bête is… well, not dry. In fact, it’s about as broad as broad gets. 371 more words


How to Belong and the Best of Baltimore

There’s a special type of satisfaction with being a part of something bigger than you are. In a good internship, you become a part of the organization, becoming a invaluable piece of a much larger collective aiming for a similar goal. 429 more words

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DF Reviews 9 To 5 at the Walnut Street Theatre (September 2014)

It’s clever of the Walnut Street Theatre folks to program 9 to 5 on the heels of last season’s How to Succeed in Business. The two big musicals are bookends for corporate America – … 414 more words


Bank documents show hundreds of thousands in re-routed NAACP checks

By Isaiah Thompson (City Paper)

City Paper has obtained copies of what appear to be more than a hundred checks, totaling over $300,000, written out to the Philadelphia Chapter of the NAACP, but deposited in the bank account of Next Generation CDC, a nonprofit corporation founded and apparently still-controlled by longtime NAACP president Jerome Whyatt Mondesire. 137 more words