How thinking outside the box can lead to medical miracles
Carol Saline, Inside Magazine feature
While most scientific research follows carefully established pathways, it’s the radical detours off the beaten path that sometimes produce the most interesting medical discoveries. Here are four examples from labs in Philadelphia.
Judith Leiber reflects on a remarkable life that has encompassed surviving the Holocaust, creating the iconic handbag company that bears her name and witnessing the opening of a museum devoted to her craft.
Diplomatic Community: Skills to help children and parents peacefully coexist
Gail Snyder, Inside Magazine feature
The keys to successful parent-child communication never vary, regardless of age. Learning how to talk and listen to your offspring may be a struggle, but you will reap huge, lifelong dividends from it.
Through her cooking classes, television shows and consulting work, Hope Cohen has become one of the most influential people in the local food world, with countless Philadelphians eating from restaurant menus she designed and recipes her students have brought home. Her latest accomplishment: a new cookbook.
Greg Salisbury journeys to Swedesboro to enjoy the fruits of Philadelphia favorite Terence Feury in his new Deep South Jersey digs, and devour what may be the region's finest steak at Citron and Rose in Merion Station.
When Superstorm Sandy hit New Jersey on Oct. 29, 2012, the Jewish Family Service of Atlantic & Cape May Counties in Margate City had to orchestrate an 80-person staff with no previous experience in natural disasters. Here’s how they did it — and what still needs to be done.