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Trampled: The History and Dangers of Black Friday in Philadelphia

For people of a certain age, once platters are cleared and the Thanksgiving turkey has been devoured along with second helpings of Grandma’s pumpkin pie, a plan of action is formed. Coupons are clipped and routes are mapped out to the big box stores opening their...

Meet the Team: Andrea Sasso

Andrea Sasso knows a little bit about defending clients against lawsuits.  She served as a defense lawyer for several years before joining her old Widener University School of Law classmate Kevin O’Brien at Stampone Law in September.   Now on the side of the...

The Deadly Amtrak Train Derailment of 2015: 1.5 Years Later

More than 8,500 people were hurt last year in accidents that occurred along the 200,000-plus miles of track that make up our country’s sprawling railroad system, according to data published in the latest quarterly report from the U.S. Bureau of Transportation...

“Concetta, Put The Water On”

My kids laugh when I tell them, “Everything I am, I owe to the meatball.”  But it’s so true, figuratively of course.  My most distant memories begin standing in my grandparent’s kitchen and my Grandmom (Constance) handing out chunks of locatelli cheese as she grated...

The Rose Garden – A Documentary on the Roseto Effect

I had the unique opportunity to be interviewed for a documentary about Roseto Pennsylvania and its historical significance related to heart disease research.  My great grandfather, Nicola Rosato, was the founder of Roseto in 1887.  The documentary was produced by...