Category Archives: Interviews

Interview: Eric Mayes, Philadelphia Tribune political reporter

Photo of the faded historic marker the Philadelphia Tribune, the country’s oldest black newspaper, on the same building from which the paper still operates, in the 500-block of South 16th Street, courtesy of Waymarking.com, a site that seeks the forgotten … Continue reading

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Interview: Randall Miller, St. Joseph's University history professor

Today I interviewed Randall Miller, professor of history at St. Joseph’s University.

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Next week I am scheduled to interview Randall Miller, a history professor at St. Joseph’s University who takes particular interest in Philadelphia politics. Photo courtesy of St. Joe’s Athletic Department.

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Interview: Dave Glancey, former Democratic City chairman

This morning I sat down with Dave Glancey, former chairman of Philadelphia’s Democratic City Committee. Photo from Feb. 2007 while Dave Glancey was still chair of the city’s Board of Revision of Taxes. Here he was speaking at a conference … Continue reading

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Interview: Tom Ferrick, Philadelphia Inquirer columnist

Tom Ferrick http://www.brynmawr.edu/creativewriting/Faculty.html#Ferrick

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Interview: Dave Davies, Philadelphia Daily News senior political writer

This morning I sat down with venerable Philadelphia Daily News senior political writer Dave Davies.

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Interview: Karen Kaufmann, University of Maryland associate professor of government and politics

Today, I got the chance to briefly sit down with Karen Kaufmann, an associate professor of government and politics at the University of Maryland and author of the Urban Voter, which I may likely use to frame a portion of … Continue reading

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