Issue 57 — July 15, 2018 No, that’s not how many seconds it takes for a (very slow) car to accelerate to 50 miles per hour. It’s how many years from the first U. S. women’s rights convention in Seneca Falls NY in 1848, to 2025 when I want to see not only full legal rights but also gen
I admit, the only Kathleen Turner film I’ve seen is House of Cards, a 90s film about a little girl who has completely stopped speaking, whom her doctor believes to be severely autistic. Then last week, I had the pleasure of hearing Turner speak with Gloria Feldt in NYC about the impor
People tell stories about you all the time. When they recommend you for jobs, for blind dates, for community/school/religious group leadership opportunities. In them, you’re almost always totally indistinguishable from Beyoncé. Kidding. I have no idea what people are saying about you.
Perhaps you caught it, earlier this summer Jonathan Safran Foer wrote one heck of a column for The New York Times on how we use and mis-use technology called “How Not to Be Alone.” As someone who resisted purchasing an iPhone forever and now depends on it for almost everything, it cam
Physician, advocate, now Congressional candidate—she forges her own path. Last Monday, I had the privilege of interviewing Dr. Valerie Arkoosh, a fellow Philadelphian and a Democratic candidate for US Congress in Pennsylvania’s 13th district. Dr. Arkoosh is running for the seat vacate
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