Friday, December 19, 2014

Ronnie Polaneczky

Ronnie Polaneczky has been an award-winning columnist for The Philadelphia Daily News since 1999, offering a front-steps perspective on every aspect of city life, from the sublime to the stupid. In her past life, she was the editor-in-chief of Atlantic City Magazine, associate editor at Philadephia Magazine and a fulltime freelancer published in Ladies Home Journal, Good Housekeeping, Redbook, Reader's Digest, Men's Health, MarieClaire and others. She lives with her husband, daughter, dog, two cats and hermit crab in the city's Fairmount section. You can also read Ronnie's blog, So, What Happened Was... and even enjoy her musings in podcast form.

 

  Email Ronnie at polaner@phillynews.com
Aging Brit seeks family of a Philly soldier he befriended in 1944
12/16/2014
For 70 years, Malcolm Monk thought about tracking down the family of Joe Gumpper, a World War II soldier from Philly. But the task never felt urgent until this year, when Monk turned 81.
12/13/2014
Shane Montgomery vanished two weeks ago. How can his family go on, not knowing what happened?
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