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Philly Mag's "Being White in Philly" cover story has received a lot of angry rebuttals. Here's the first light-hearted one, which graces the front of today's Philadelphia Weekly.Inside, a bewildered man feels the pain of an attractive woman in Rittenhouse being trailed by two unseemly fellows, and holds his nose while observing the unkempt masses who shop at his neighborhood organic grocer. Read the whole parody here.
For a week, at least. As Newark Mayor Cory Booker finishes up his "food stamp challenge," PW reporter Randy LoBasso will embark on his own week-long attempt to live on five dollars a day. Here's LoBasso:The holidays are coming up, and for lots of us, that means time with our families, a day or two off work and a general massive increase in food consumption. But for the 473,037 people in Philadelphia (31 percent of the city’s population) who rely on food stamps, things aren’t always so dandy. According to statistics by the Hunger Coalition, the average food stamp (now called