Logan: Mormons Go Mainstream

You may see them walking around your neighborhood wearing sharp-looking suit jackets, spotless white shirts, with backpacks and nice slacks. You may also see them stray away from the sidewalks and up the front steps […]


Cleaning Up Kensington

Empty 40-ounce bottles of Old English make a loud cracking sound as they roll down Kensington Avenue.  Devoured bags of Doritos and old, worn-out clothes pile up on the corners of the streets, while people […]

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Social Issues

MURL Wins Award

Congratulations! Your entry has been selected for presentation at the “Best Practices in Teaching of Diversity Competition” session at the Association for Education in Journalism and Mass Communication annual convention in Boston. I am happy […]

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Harpfest 2009

[soundslide url=”https://astro.temple.edu/~tua45772/su0905sfriedmanspotfeature/” height=”550″ width=”600″] Memorial Day Weekend – the kickoff to summer, famed for beach trips and getaway weekends. The city of Philadelphia clears out a little bit, as people jump at the chance to […]

Arts and Entertainment

Fairmount: Park’s Woodland Treasure

The Wissahickon Valley Park is one of Philadelphia’s largest municipal parks. Known to locals simply as “the Wissahickon,” this park is among 63 regional and neighborhood parks that make up Philadelphia’s countywide park system known […]