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Paul Kurtz


Philadelphia, PA, United States

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Past articles by Paul:

New Jersey plumber treks to Texas to repair burst pipes

After hearing that Texas plumbers were swamped and unable to keep up with demand in the aftermath of the storms, a New Jersey plumber packed up his supplies and drove to Houston to volunteer his services. → Read More

Pandemic brings with it new mental health issue: ‘Coronaphobia’

Acute anxiety caused by the pandemic now has a name: Coronaphobia. Researchers recently coined the term after analyzing nearly 500 studies that looked at the psychological impact of the coronavirus. → Read More

COVID-19 children's books hit shelves this holiday season

This year’s stocking stuffers will include children’s books with coronavirus themes, and a couple of them come from a pair of Philadelphia natives. Read more here. → Read More

Turkey shoppers appear to downsize as Thanksgiving celebrations get small

Many of the scaled down Thanksgiving dinner plans are being reflected by the size of the turkeys people are buying. And there’s been a run on smaller birds. → Read More

Airlines prepare for what’s expected to be their busiest week since COVID-19 outbreak

Despite a new CDC recommendation urging people not to travel this Thanksgiving, airlines are preparing for what they expect to be their busiest week since the outbreak of the pandemic. → Read More

Online comedy school offers chance to learn stand-up from the comfort of home

The social distancing era has led to a number of innovations. Now comes word of a first-of-its-kind digital school of stand-up comedy that starts this week in Philadelphia. Read more here. → Read More

Amtrak Rolls Out New 'Airline-Style' Ticketing Policy

A new fare structure is now in place for Amtrak passengers that imposes penalties for passengers that cancel or reschedule their trips. Read more to see what are the policies. → Read More

Ben Franklin Bridge ramp gives accessibility to pedestrians, cyclists

PHILADELPHIA (KYW Newsradio) — The Ben Franklin Bridge just became a lot more accessible for pedestrians and cyclists.Funny how a simple ramp can become a game changer. → Read More

Brew Pub Releasing Special Jason Kelce Beer Saturday

Mike LaCouture, co-owner of the Broken Goblet, says he knew what he wanted to do with their new IPA within a minute of watching Jason Kelce's epic speech. → Read More

Opponents Of Proposed Temple University Football Stadium To Host Town Hall

The coalition of students, faculty and neighbors known as the Stadium Stompers were joined by members of the Black Clergy and NAACP on Tuesday at the site of the proposed stadium at 16th and Norris Streets. → Read More

Adventure Aquarium Names New Penguins After Nick Foles, Carson Wentz

Adventure Aquarium is adding four new penguins to its colony, including two brothers who've been named after two popular Philadelphia Eagles. → Read More

Phillies Equipment Truck Departs For Spring Training

The Phillies made their first move to Florida and spring training on Friday. → Read More

Judge In Meek Mill Case Hires Attorney, Threatens Lawsuit

The Philadelphia judge who locked up rapper Meek Mill is threatening to sue the rapper and his organization. → Read More

Businesses In Mayfair Brace For Eagles Fever As Big Game Nears

One of the more popular gathering points for major sporting events is Five Points in Mayfair. → Read More

Scaramucci Fields Questions From Worlds Affairs Council Of Philadelphia

In a wide-ranging Q&A session with council members, Scaramucci batted away suggestions that Donald Trump may be a one-term President. → Read More

Obama Campaigns For Murphy In NJ, Urges Democrats To Reject ‘Politics Of Fear’ «

The Democratic candidate for Governor of New Jersey got some help from a heavyweight on Thursday - former President Barack Obama. → Read More

Court Date Set For Man Accused Of Stabbing Councilman David Oh

A Commonwealth Court judge has set a Jan. 8 trial date for the 24-year-old man accused of stabbing City Councilman David Oh back in May. → Read More

How To Keep Your Identity Safe In Wake Of Equifax Data Breach

The Equifax data breach scandal has sent millions of consumers scrambling for information about ways they can protect themselves. → Read More

Pa. Brewery Creates New Beer For Die-Hard Eagles Fans

Eagles fans can now take their hatred of the Dallas Cowboys to new levels with the introduction of a beer that is quickly making waves in Philly. → Read More

Philadelphia Kicks Off Second Annual International Unity Cup Soccer Tournament

Philadelphia is not only a city of neighborhoods, it is a melting pot of diverse nationalities and cultures. → Read More