ARCHIVES > 2013 > MAY 08 ISSUE

NEWS AND OPINION

By Julie Mannix von Zerneck and Kathy Hatfield

Motherhood, Interrupted: How a 1960s Debutante Lost Her Daughter for 44 Years

Before Julie Mannix von Zerneck grew up and became a TV actress, she was a scared, pregnant Bryn Mawr teenager whose parents had her institutionalized till the baby could go away. Four decades later, that child, Kathy Hatfield, would finally find her mother.

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Posted May. 7, 2013 | Comments: 4

ARTS AND CULTURE

By PW Staff

Calendar: May 8-15

Chris Tucker brings his hilarious standup to town, Philly Improv Theater presents "The Bat," Center City Jazz Festival, ZZ Top, Art Star Craft Bazaar and more.

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Posted May. 7, 2013 | Comments: 0

FOOD

By Brian Freedman

Honey's Sit 'n Eat Is Sweet Enough For Two

The food on South Street shares the same DNA as the NoLibs original, the same menu of comforting, fairly priced classics and riffs. The potato latkes remain addictive. Eggs, as always, are done impeccably, from the simple to the baroque.

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Posted May. 8, 2013 | Comments: 0

ARTS AND CULTURE

By Nicole Finkbiner

Hilarity's Only Half the Story of 1812 Productions’ "It’s My Party"

Of course it's funny, but the show's core objective remains the same: using comedy as a tool to empower and celebrate women.

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Posted May. 8, 2013 | Comments: 2