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By Harold Jackson There’s an infamous scene in Birth of a Nation, D.W. Griffith’s groundbreaking yet despicable 1915 film, that... Read more

Letters Extra: Bridge murals bring on a debate

Inga Saffron’s article about the Mural Arts Program’s upcoming mural on the underside of the Girard Avenue Bridge mural stirs... Read more

Letters Extra: Bridge murals an exciting addition

As board chair of the Philadelphia Mural Arts Program, I am among those who are excited to see Jon Laidacker’s beautiful work of art... Read more

Letters Extra: Building on medical-home concept

Your recent article on a study of patient-centered medical homes in Pennsylvania was a balanced report about the success of this innovative... Read more

Letters Extra: Advice for caregivers

I am a woman who is disabled, having been born with cerebral palsy which has brought increasing setbacks over time. However, two years ago... Read more

Letters Extra: (Affordable) power to the people, Part 2

I have been stunned to learn of the plight of many Pennsylvania electric consumers with variable rate plans who have been gouged by their... Read more

Letters Extra: iPic Boyd plan panned

As a city resident and talent manager, executive producer/co-producer of film, radio, television, and theater, I oppose iPic's application... Read more

Letters Extra: (Affordable) power to the people

I am not surprised by all the complaints about the recent rates of alternate electric suppliers. Is it any wonder that all those companies... Read more