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I Used to Love Steak — Then I Met a Cow
How, at age 50, I finally brought my love of animals in line with my behavior.
It’s About Time Birds Got a Little Respect
As we celebrate the Year of the Bird, Liz Spikol on our feathered friends.
For Rape Victims, the #MeToo Movement Can Cut Both Ways
Liz Spikol on the pain and liberation within each new revelation.
The Eagles Parade: A Love Letter to Philly
I went not as a devoted Eagles fan, but as a lifelong fan of my city — my now undeniably world-class city.
Separation Agreement: What It Means to Be Living Apart Together
The latest trend in co-habitating is not co-habitating.
Spikol: Girlhood, interrupted.
One urban-bred writer’s journey from nature-hater to Schuylkill sojouner.
Spikol: What’s more American than buying a lot of highly dubious crap?
This month, Chaput denied Communion to gay couples.
Spikol: We’re still failing at some pretty basic, embarrassing stuff.
Spikol: We may never truly know the shooter’s motive. But we do know how he did it.
Spikol: Philly fans aren’t inclined to reverence or even respect. Here’s how to change things.
Spikol: Who could possibly be against a series of beer gardens in our wonderful parks? I could.
Spikol: We all mean well — you, me, the people who put the baby bison in the car. But we don’t know what we’re doing.
Spikol: Do I believe Philly’s Streets Commissioner was charged with simple assault? You bet I do!