Sunday, October 4, 2015

Alfred Lubrano

A New York City native, Lubrano has written for newspapers since 1980. He's the author of a book, "Limbo: Blue-collar roots, white-collar dreams," and was a commentator for National Public Radio for 16 years. His work has appeared in various national magazines and anthologies. He lives with his daughter in South Jersey, and has worked for the Inquirer since 1995.

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This mancation thing sounds supremely stupid. Perverting the time-honored male-bonding trip, the artificially designed mancation (that's a high-end man vacation) is marketing run amok.