Tuesday, May 5, 2015

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
Ronnie Polaneczky: Pete Ellis' mind is already made up. He owns El Fuego, the burrito eatery at 723 Walnut St., and he's been giving sick days to his 15 employees for a year. Which makes him more rare than an honest Traffic Court judge, since most Philly restaurants don't offer paid sick days to nonmanagement workers.
Ronnie Polaneczky: There is so very much to learn from Thursday's federal indictment of current and former Philadelphia Traffic Court judges, staffers and their cronies on corruption charges.

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