Say What? Archive: June, 2009

Red Line Tragedy

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It is ironic that a popular movie this week is a remake of the 1974 film "The Taking of Pelham 1 2 3, a Denzel Washington vehicle that... Read more

Slow students, you're safe for now

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Guess Pennsylvania lawmakers didn't read their Inquirer the other day, when the Editorial Board spoke up against delaying the development of... Read more

Rush-hour chat

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Broad and Vine streets, about 8:15 a.m. Tuesday. One of the most congested intersections in Center City during rush hour. A male driver in... Read more

Dour tourists

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Next month Philadelphia will host what could be the grumpiest group of conventioneers seen in these parts for a long time -- the National Conference... Read more

Nuking medical errors

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For Pennsylvanians who remember the missteps surrounding the 1979 Three Mile Island nuclear accident, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission might... Read more

Two families face a bittersweet Father's Day

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The science of DNA can correct injustices, but it can also verify heartache. John Robert Barnes of Michigan felt sure he was not the flesh... Read more

High ideals, hopes for city parks and rec

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What's not to like in city parks and rec czar Michael DiBerardinis' new vision statement just issued for the merged Fairmount Park and Recreation... Read more

State budgets and health care

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Daniel Henninger of the Wall Street Journal has an interesting column noting how the state budget woes of today, in part due to Medicaid mandates... Read more