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City Life

Starved Babies, Raped Mommies, Famine in Africa—Do You Care?

There are the thousands of emaciated babies. There are the tens of thousands of acutely malnourished babies, many of whom have to be intravenously fed […]

City Life

Honeymoon: Africa

YOU’D BE SURPRISED at just how romantic a lion’s roar is in the middle of a still Botswana night. A little scary, sure. But a […]

City Life

Missing Baby Linked to Dungeon Case

Missing Toddler Linked to Dungeon Case. Dungeon Case ringleader Linda Ann Weston’s former neighbors on A Street near Westmoreland say that in 2008 they cared […]

Birdie Africa survived the MOVE bombing in Philadelphia
City Life

Birdie Africa: The Lost Boy

HE WENT TO THE FIRE The city was burning, and he went to the fire and got as close as he could. Something strange had […]

Foobooz

Authentic West African Fare At Tastee D’s

David Snyder tells the story of Adedotun “Dot” Adepoju and how he came to open Tastee D’s on 4th Street near South. He also writes […]

City Life

Baby Cured of H.I.V. for the First Time

This is big: A baby born with H.I.V., now two years old, appears to be fully cured. The only other person ever cured was a […]

City Life

Taste: Spirits: Out of Africa

When we picture Africa, baking-hot climates come to mind. But South Africa’s coast is temperate, cooled by Antarctic currents. The region’s long wine history and […]

Be Well Philly

These Intensive-Care Babies at HUP Are Philly’s Most Precious Trick-or-Treaters

Maybe it’s all the hormones I still have pumping after just having my own kid six months ago, but, man, I can’t help but be in […]

Foobooz

Oh Baby, Cheeseburger Baby

The former McDonad’s at 6th & South is set to become a Cheeseburger Baby. An entirely cheesy looking enterprise from Miami. Hey wait, that would […]

Be Well Philly

How CHOP Helped a Family and Their Baby Tackle a Rare Birth Defect

During a routine pregnancy ultrasound, the last thing anyone expects to discover is a birth defect. The baby’s sex? Sure. A nascent resemblance to Dad? […]