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17

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Jul

14

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My video interview: What it’s like to work at Epcot

Tweet Here’s a new video I did (and the link to the original). I’m not actually in it because I felt that it should be about them, not me. But it was me who was asking the questions, and it was me who approached Disney to do this topic. There are actually a bunch of […]

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Jul

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Jul

11

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My video tours of the U.S. Mint in Philadelphia

Tweet This weekend, I was having drinks with an old friend, someone I’ve known for 17 years, when all of a sudden he asked what I did. Maybe I shouldn’t be surprised; dear friends know each other deeply and don’t always need to sweep up every morsel of information of their progressing careers. Nonetheless, I realized […]

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Jul

8

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The macabre truth behind those Duck boat tourist tours

Tweet After yesterday’s appalling Ride the Ducks tragedy in Philadelphia, which killed two Hungarian tourists, the media is doing its typical post-game pig-pile, grilling operators about the safety of the land-to-water vehicles and forcing Herschend Family Entertainment, which operates Ride the Ducks, to suspend all operations across the country. The sad truth is that accidents […]

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Jul

7

2010

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Inappropriately cheerful in Philly…

Tweet As I was heading to Fox News’ studio to do my weekly segment on Fox Philly, there was a terrible boat accident in the Delaware River involving one of those Duck tours, and two people were still missing. As I was sitting in New York in my chair, waiting for the cue in my […]

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Jul

2

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Jul

2

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The Knickerbocker Door

Tweet Have you ever noticed the Knickerbocker Door? In Manhattan’s Times Square station, at the southern end of the S train’s Track 1 (which is nearest to the other train lines), is a lonely white door. Most people go right past it without seeing it. But if you look above it, you see a lintel […]

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Jul

1

2010

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When the “Professor” taught Philly…

Tweet Because Fox has a new Craig Kilborn show it’s trying to get off the ground, my Wednesday time slot was moved from 5:45 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. That means the delightful Kerri-Lee has clocked out out and now I’m talking to Thomas. Today’s topic: how outlet malls can rip you off. At the end, […]

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Jun

29

2010

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Street Seen

Tweet I don’t know how clever it actually is, but someone planted a gallery-type card on some street furniture in Chelsea. It’s an old steam vent (I think). He over-valued. Typical.

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