Tag Archives: Philadelphia

Sponge Cities

[photo credit – The Source magazine – 8.30.2017]   Sponge Cities As I made my way into work the other day, an announcement on the radio alerted me to a flood warning that would be in effect until later that … Continue reading

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Split

Split I have adored M. Night Shyamalan’s work since the opening credits of The Sixth Sense and have maintained that level of adoration all the way through the closing credits of Split. There are some who may disagree with my … Continue reading

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Goin’ In

Goin’ In One of my favorite ever lines, summing up the unhinged feeling that I have most days when my life spirals out in ways that I can’t control is from “The Rugrats Movie” (1998) spoken by the brave, kindhearted … Continue reading

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We’re S-H-O-P-P-I-N-G

We’re Shopping When I was a kid, Black Friday was almost a holiday onto itself. My Italian, South Philadelphia-raised mother relocated to Jersey when she got married, but approximately once a season, she managed to take us kids to Philadelphia … Continue reading

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