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I’ve always liked Delaware, even the way it was treated like a truck stop by my parents on drives to less gray skies. I’ve always liked that transitory feeling, that a place people make homes and build lives could be treated as so momentary to so many people. I’ve had friends go to college in the state, and they enjoy the same feeling: they put some roots there, but not all of them, a...
"Night Flight" at TSA NY. Image courtesy TSA NY. Artist-run galleries can take many forms and be administered in many ways, especially when they’re partnered or collaborative affairs of some sort, or when they’re organized and directed by groups calling themselves collectives. They can be inspired, energized, even career-advancing labors of love for a while, then maybe wane as career trajectories or lives in general go in different directions. Or they can start in a...
When it comes to summer travel—or any travel, really—we’re big proponents of the weekend trip. Sometimes a brief change of scenery is all you need to hit reset, clear your mind, and refresh your body after a long week. Luckily, there are plenty of fantastic destinations just a quick train or car ride away. Whether or not you get summer Fridays, it’s easy to make the most of your weekends with a little planning...
  This morning, an inside source told CNN that the Democratic National Party has selected Philadelphia as the host of the 2016 Democratic National Convention, blessedly bypassing our fair borough (and the third finalist, Columbus, Ohio—shouts to Columbus). This, despite ardent boosterism by the likes of Senator Chuck Schumer and Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo, who last summer said, “We have swag on lock down...A convention anywhere else in the United States of America is just going to be...

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