Yorktown, Pa. resident, Pop Kensey, said he can appreciate the importance of recognizing Veterans Day. Nov. 11 became an American holiday in 1919 when a temporary ceasefire was affected by the Allied Nations and Germany,
Laurent Leonard said he was not surprised the Development, Relief and Education for Alien Minors Act failed in the Senate in December 2010. Leonard, 42, said the 55-41 vote reflects the bigger picture. “To me,
Ruby Singleton said she understands why some people might be offended that the name of theholiday market in Center City is called the “Christmas Village.” However, Singleton, 46, said she thought the name of the
Derek Kingcade and his family have lived in their current apartment for more than two years. The 30-year-old resident has two pet peeves with his home: the neighbors who live above him and his landlord.
William Carter and Wanda Jordan-Carter said they are worried about top Pennsylvania and Philadelphia court officials’ decision to drop criminal charges against approximately 19,400 defendants who skipped court years ago. Jordan-Carter, 48, said “some people
Identifying himself as “Cecil B. Moore” after giving a sideways glance to the avenue of the same name, a North Philadelphia resident said he’s heard of the “stop and frisk” policy. In fact, the unidentified
Taesha Moore said technology has taken over every facet of our lives, including the dating scene. “Everything is done through the computer and the Internet, and now it’s dating online with Match.com,” the 25-year-old said.