I grew up and still live 40 miles outside of Philadelphia. Everyone in my family but me was born in Philadelphia. I visited frequently as a child and continue to do so as an adult.


Ben Franklin, Ralph Archbold, Franklin Court, Elfreth’s Alley (I go to Deck The Alley every December), Campo’s Cheesesteaks, the Philadelphia Phillies, the Philadelphia Phanatic, Harry Kalas, the Art Museum, the Mutter Museum, the Franklin Institute, the Philadelphia Zoo, the National Constitution Center (I can recite the Preamble to the Constitution), the Broad Street Run, the Falls Bridge, East Falls, Grace Kelly, Boathouse Row, City Hall (what a phenomenal display of architecture), the Spectrum, Reading Terminal Market, Bassetts Ice Cream, Betsy Ross House, Christ Church, Fairmount Park, South Street, Pat’s and Geno’s, the view from the upper floors of the Loews hotel, Penn’s Landing, The Duck (I am so sorry for the tragedy but hope it returns), the Liberty Bell, Independence Hall, Rocky, Gimbels, Lit Brothers, the Enchanted Village, the John Wanamaker Christmas Light Show, “Meet Me At The Eagle”, the Fourth of July Parade, local news coverage when it snows and I love that AMERICA STARTED HERE.

I also love to write.

Give me a call. Let me share my love of this city with the rest of the world.

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