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The Rebirth of Bucks County Playhouse (July 2014)

When I last visited the Bucks County Playhouse – in August 2002, to review a production of Camelot – I felt sadly certain I wouldn’t be going back. 429 more words


City Paper Longread: "A Bitter End"

By Emily Guendelsberger (City Paper) – One thing that nobody disagrees about: Joseph Yourshaw wanted to die.

 “He talked about it to anyone who would listen to him,” says his daughter, Barbara Mancini, 58. 320 more words

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New details emerge in FBI raid on Kensington psych clinic

By Ryan Briggs (City Paper) – On Monday, the FBI conducted a late-morning search-and-seizure operation at a Kensington mental health clinic with significant political connections. 112 more words

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Am I racist if I don't like living in my neighborhood?

Some of my posts are based on messages I offer at the Circle of Hope, Broad & Dauphin PMs, you can hear the original message  1,551 more words


Wash and Fold and Friends

The wash and fold on 13th where we take our laundry is small and boasts a young Asian child asleep on the floor on most days. 382 more words

Remembering Melissa Lynch: The Honey Bee Cabaret (June 2014)

I remember the last time I saw Melissa Lynch. It was November 2010, and she was onstage in Latern Theater’s Uncle Vanya, playing Sonya, a plain-Jane role at odds with her natural good looks – yet Lynch was marvelous. 462 more words