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Thom Nickels is a Philadelphia based journalist and the author of 13 books, including Literary Philadelphia: A History of Prose & Poetry in the City of Brotherly Love. He is the theater critic for ICON Magazine and a writer for Philadelphia Magazine. His book, Philadelphia Mansions: Stories and Characters Behind the Walls, will be published in March.

WRITTEN BY Thom Nickels
One man's art is another man's "load of plaster."
The FDA permits homegrown tobacco as long as it’s not sold or traded.
Philidelphia and other tourist cities are struggling to contain the problem.
We've entered the anarchic post-apocalyptic phase known as the Theatre of the Absurd.
Have you ever heard of "devised" work?