Cover Me Rad: Portraying the Counter-Cultural Revolution

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 Crack Attack, 2001: Another Solomon Jones piece. At the time, this story—of a massacre in a crack house, Philly's worst mass murder—was all people could talk about, and Jones dug into the story in a narrative way no one else did.

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1. Jim Russo said... on May 4, 2011 at 07:55AM

“It's great to see a shout out to your predecessor. Perhaps these articles could be instructive...Philly's "alternative" news publications have descended into the abyss of hipster coolness, trendspotting and evocations of "ME-first, first-person" journalism. Time to bring back compelling writing and some-issue oriented features.”

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