Movie Review: ‘Us’

By Matt DeCristo “Us” is the second movie crafted by rising filmmaker Jordan Peele, and immediately joins last year’s “A Quiet Place” as one of the better horror titles of the decade. Like its predecessor “Get...

Editorial: Education

By Susan Townley I used to joke that the only reason for going to kindergarten was to learn how to stand in line, walk in single file, and be quiet. I associate kindergarten with the beginning...

President Trump’s FY20 Budget Slashes Critical Human Needs Programs – Will Hurt Thousands of...

By John Furman The Trump Administration released its Fiscal Year 2020 budget message AND priorities on March 11.  8. From slashing housing assistance, Medicaid, SNAP/food stamps, education, and other basic needs programs, to proposing harsh work reporting requirements...

The Mueller Report – Now What?

By Mark Ziobro For close to two years, Robert Mueller has spearheaded an investigation into the dealings of Russia and how, or if, they impacted the 2016 presidential campaign. Now that the report has been...

Voices of Polonia: Leopold Stokowski

By Ted Rajchel Stokowski  is best known for his long association with the Philadelphia Orchestra and his appearance in the  Disney film, Fantasia.  He was especially noted for his free-hand conducting style that spurned...

Movie review: Coffee and a Donut

By Mark Ziobro Cary Patrick Martin writes and directs this short comedy about the trials and tribulations of language when an immigrant who speaks little to no English attempts to order breakfast at the local...

Voices of Polonia

By Ted Rachel Esperanto is a constructed auxiliary language.  Its creator was Ludovic Lazarus Zamenhof, a Polish eye doctor.  He created the language to make international communication easier.  His goal was to design Esperanto in...

At the Movies: ‘Broken Ceiling’

By Mark Ziobro 3/4 stars Written and directed by Adam Davis, “Broken Ceiling” examines the corporate hierarchy, albeit in a fantastical way. It revolves around a tyrant of a boss and three less than willing employees...

Voices of Polonia: Leon Jaworski

Leon Jaworski was an American attorney and law professor, who served as the second special prosecutor during the Watergate scandal. He was appointed to that position on November 1, 1978, soon after the Saturday...

Legal Briefs: Legal Myths vs. Reality

By Judge Joan Shkane This is a continuing discussion of Legal Myths and Reality, because an informed citizen is always the most successful citizen: MYTH: The Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) agency is undergoing no challenges...
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