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In ‘exile’ after sentencing, marijuana activist Goldstein continues fight

Politicians are endorsing it. President Obama says it’s not so dangerous. If a Democrat wins the Pennsylvania’s governor’s race this November, it’ll be decriminalized. But for the time being, in Philadelphia, its advocates and users are still getting arrested, and receiving, in one case, two years probation and harsh fines. Chris Goldstein, a member of Philly’s [...]

Posted Apr. 23, 2014                

Calendar: April 23-30

Black Gay Pride; Murder at the Mütter; "This is The Week That Is;" Dining Out For Life; Philly Brick Fest; and more.

Posted Apr. 22, 2014 | Comments: 1


By Brian Freedman

It's Pennsylvania wine's time to shine

Local wine is getting its shine on right now—and local eateries are starting to pay attention.

Posted Apr. 23, 2014 | Comments: 1

There’s Nothing Crazy About Being Crazy

America is a nation full of mental health problems. So why do we have such a problem with them?

Posted Apr. 23, 2014 | Comments: 0


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