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Hadas Kuznits


Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Hadas:

Philly ends mask mandate, effective immediately; schools March 9

Philadelphia is dropping its indoor mask requirement, effective immediately. However, high-risk settings, like schools, health care facilities and public transit, must continue to enforce the mask mandate. → Read More

'Little Free Library' book-sharing movement comes to Spring Garden

There’s a new feature at a Spring Garden playground, and it’s part of a global reading movement. It’s called a “Little Free Library.” Read more here. → Read More

Center City embraces summer with new 'Garden' pop-up

The Center City District is celebrating the summer season at Dilworth Park this weekend, for an event they call “The Garden.” Read more here. → Read More

Steakhouse suffers backlash for its minimum $100 per person policy

A steakhouse is getting grilled for its latest coronavirus-induced policy: Patrons must spend a $100 minimum per person, not including tax and tip. → Read More

Having trouble getting a COVID-19 vaccine appointment? You're not alone

Coronavirus vaccinations have been open in Pennsylvania for group 1a for several weeks, which has recently been expanded to include people 65 and older. But just because you’re eligible doesn’t mean it’s easy to find an appointment. Read more here. → Read More

Museum receives revenue boost selling Bernie Sanders viral meme t-shirts and mugs

He wasn’t the focus of the day, but his image was arguably the most widespread meme to have come out of President Joe Biden’s inauguration ceremony. Read more here. → Read More

Holiday shopping spotlights COVID-19's impact on small businesses

Some people are seeking out small businesses at which to shop for Small Business Saturday, and many are noticing just how crucial their dollars are for the survival of these shops. Read more here. → Read More

Hundreds of women march through Philly to protest for human rights

Several hundred women and other supporters of the Women’s March movement took to the streets of Philadelphia ahead of the election and amid the latest Supreme Court nomination. Read more here. → Read More

COVID-19 Leads to Spike in Will Preparation, Says Attorney

Some people have been starting to think about their wills during the coronavirus pandemic. A local attorney says the virus has prompted some to ponder their mortality. → Read More

Month-Long Fever in Isolation: What a ‘Mild’ Case of COVID-19 Can Look Like

Jessica Waber was meticulous about adhering to the CDC’s social distancing guidelines, and only ventured out for essentials like groceries when she came down with a ‘mild’ case in April that included a month-long fever. Read more. → Read More

Melrose Diner, a South Philly staple, gets set to re-open: ‘We're glad to be going home’

Philadelphia's Melrose Diner, which closed after a fire broke out in July, is gearing up to re-open this week. → Read More

Need your medical records? Time may be short as Hahnemann closure looms

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — The son of a former Hahnemann University Hospital patient says with the imminent closure of the hospital, getting a hold of his father's medical records has been nearly impossible. → Read More

Staying safe at the height of summer pool season in Philadelphia

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — It's the height of swim season at Philadelphia public pools, but when you're thinking about cooling off, it's also important to keep safety in mind.Brianna Crawford, a mother of four, says she is always thinking about pool safety. → Read More

Philadelphia launches LinkPHL kiosks, bringing free WiFi and more to city streets

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) -- The first of 100 kiosks for free phone charging, WiFi, phone calls and information have been unveiled on the sidewalk at 1835 Market Street. → Read More

Philly-area hospital reduces C-Section rate by implementing simple changes

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) -- A local hospital says they have managed to drastically reduce their C-Section rate this year by implementing some simple practices for laboring moms. → Read More

Thousands turn out in Center City for 8th annual March to End Rape Culture

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — Thousands came out to Center City for the eighth annual March to End Rape Culture with the hopes of making people aware of rape culture. → Read More

Philadelphia city hall hosts pop-up statue addressing gun violence in schools

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) -- Philadelphia's City Hall is the new temporary home to a statue calling for the end of gun violence in schools. → Read More

Philly museum offers special back-to-school discount Labor Day weekend

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — The Museum of the American Revolution says they're offering a special deal for all visitors under twelve this holiday weekend. → Read More

Local group aims to normalize breastfeeding during Black Breastfeeding Week

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — A free event in West Philadelphia on Sunday aims to help normalize breastfeeding in the black community. → Read More

Thousands Expected To Wear Sunday Best At Annual Easter Promenade

The 87th annual Philadelphia Easter Promenade takes place Sunday on South Street. → Read More