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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
New information about its 18th Century trustees sparks activism.
An AIDS group with decades of accomplishment gets cannibalized.
An interview with Ireland’s Minister David Stanton.
In the late ‘70s, marriage was “capitalist.”
Philadelphia’s President’s House becomes a pointless exhibit.
Daniel Moran’s “Creating Flannery O’Connor” is remarkable.