Glass. It’s everywhere, especially the streets. Broken, shiny remnants of last week’s recycling sparkle in the daylight sun. For a moment, I think the streets look dazzling – until I get a piece stuck in my flip-flop or bike tire.
Is it me, or do people tend to think the bike lane makes a great temporary parking space? Delivery trucks are perhaps the prime suspects in this case, and perhaps …
The Supreme Court is poised to deliver a verdict that will bestow more rights on the LGBT community. But pretending that with all the strides in equality LGBT people have obtained, we’re somehow totally safe now only sets us up for more harm.
Odunde, which is a worldly cultural organization, desires to spread knowledge of the African American Culture every June along South Street. Businesses close, streets are barricaded and the sound of drums can be heard from blocks away.
Philadelphians embrace beer week like they do their sports teams –with unconditional love. But what happens when that love turns to slurred speech and ridiculously loud yelling at 1 a.m. on a Tuesday night?
Nothing about it seemed abnormal to me. There were rules, of course. No touching the bodies, as the death are afforded similar rights and respect as the living. Stay out of the embalming room, since there are certain things a child just can’t unsee. No crawling into the caskets; it’s crass and invites bad luck.
As a biker who actually plans travel around bike lanes in the city, I’m extremely annoyed when major construction occurs on a legit bike lane street.
Overall, the city was great! It was something like a cross between the grittiness and urban opportunities of Philadelphia and the small town charm of my hometown of Scranton. I swear that’s not an insult.
For my entire life, I’ve enjoyed the spoils of being a fan of the greatest sports teams in the country. I’ve watched their continued dominance over their respective leagues and I’ve grown accustomed to having people from other towns jealously point out any little issue, so that they may feel better about the sad state of their local teams. But, lately, I’m not feeling the love back from my teams.
As a fan of TV and an obsessive consumer of pop culture, it pains me to say that we are entering a precarious place and dangerously barren landscape in the world of comedy. So many wonderful comedies are leaving us this year. But the good news is Arrested Development is returning.