Juvenile Law Center

Arrested development: Owen Welty was a 13-year-old when he entered Missouri's justice system

Isaac Wolf, Scripps Howard News Service

Judge to decide how teen is tried

Ben Finley, Bucks County Courier Times

Sending of sexual images by minors isn't as prevalent as expected, study finds

Anahad O'Connor, The New York Times

The pitfalls of putting minors on the sex offenders register

Lindsay Bever, The Guardian

Improving access to education for court-involved children

Katherine Burdick, The Legal Intelligencer

Kids-for-cash lawsuits combined into class-action case by federal judge

Scranton Times-Tribune

Federal youth case on trial: Prosecution of 10-year-old on sex charges stokes debate over juvenile justice

Zusha Elinson, The Wall Street Journal

Groups seek to end solitary confinement of juveniles in N.J.

Maddie Hanna, Philadelphia Inquirer

Castille wrong about cleaning up after 'Kids for Cash' scandal

Letter to the editor by Robert Schwartz

Criminalizing children at school

The New York Times Editorial Board

Appeals court upholds Ciavarella's 28-year sentence

Michael Sisak, Wilkes-Barre Citizens Voice

Kip Kinkel uses landmark U.S. Supreme Court ruling to challenge sentence

Maxine Bernstein, The Oregonian

Juveniles don't deserve life sentences

Op-ed by Gail Garinger, The New York Times

Getting homeless and foster youth into college

Daniel Heimpel, The Chronicle of Social Change

Case of New Mexico boy accused of fatally shooting dad set to begin amid national attention

Associated Press

Young adults in the foster care system

WHYY's Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane

Advocates urge juvenile justice improvements

Bill Retew Jr., 21st Century Media

The Elkhart Four and the unjust application of the felony murder rule on teens

Emily Keller and Steve Drizin, The Huffington Post 

Law change forbids minors from being held in adult prison

Terrie Morgan-Besecker, Hazleton Standard Speaker

Reducing over-incarceration isn't just a grown-up problem

Steven Drizin and Marsha Levick, The Huffington Post

Juvenile offenders 14 and over must register

Chris Parker, Times News

Gun violence victim Shirkey Warthen honored with mural

Christina Paclolla, Metro Philadelphia

Health, education resources key in juvenile justice

Kyle Carrozza, Times of Chester County

3 lifers win ruling in juvenile sentencing case

Mark Scolforo, Associated Press

Inmates, victims' families watching for decision on applying mandatory juvenile life sentence ban

Elizabeth Fiedler, WHYY Newsworks

Making the case for lawyers for all juvenile defendants

Letter to the Editor by Marsha Levick, Denver Post

Pa. ruling: Juvenile life term ban not retroactive

Associated Press

El drama de los menores juzgados como adultos en EE.UU.

Beatriz Diez, BBC Mundo

Appeal likely in juvenile lifer ruling

Terrie Morgan-Besecker, Scranton Times-Tribune

$2.5M settlement reached in ‘Kids for Cash’

Mark Guydish, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

What happens when teen's punishment doesn't fit crime?

Jeff Cole, Fox 29 Philadelphia

York County judge rules mandatory lifetime registration for juvenile sex offenders unconstitutional

Rick Lee, York Daily Record/Sunday News

Pa. law requiring lifetime registration for juvenile sex offenders is unconstitutional, York County judge rules

Matt Miller, The Patriot-News

Documentary about juvenile justice scandal in Pa. to be screened in NYC

The Associated Press

Absurd decision: Pennsylvania justices err on the side of cruelty

Editorial, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Bethlehem homicide suspect is first juvenile charged in Northampton County under new guidelines

Tom Shortell, The Express-Times

Momentum grows against zero tolerance discipline and high-stakes testing

Op-ed by Judith Browne Dianis, Rhonda Brownstein, Jessica Feierman, and Monty Neill, Education Week "Living in Dialogue" blog



Supreme Court ruling on teen lifers will be complicated

Editorial, Lancaster Online 

York County judge's ruling on juvenile sex offenders called a 'landmark decision'

Liz Evans Scolforo, York Dispatch

Inaugural Arlen Specter Award goes to Marsha Levick

Zack Needles, The Legal Intelligencer

Law slow to respond to sexting tragedies

Emily Bazelon, Slate

2014 film focuses on county scandal

Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Zachary Witman waits for state Supreme Court hearing about resentencing

Teresa Ann Boeckel, York Daily Record

Senate approves juvenile bill

Robert Swift, Wilkes-Barre Citizens Voice

Ind. boy in prison for helping kill friend's stepfather at age 12 wants case in juvenile court

Associated Press

Legislation is overdue to protect children's rights

Marsha Levick, Harrisburg Patriot-News

Young killers watch courts

Brett Hambright, Lancaster Intelligencer Journal

Undue process: 'Kids for Cash' and 'The Injustice System'

Abbe Smith, The New York Times

Lawyer added to defense of 14-year-old homicide suspect

Bill Vidonic, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

The Protect Our Children Committee urges Gov. Corbett to create a Child Protection and Accountability Task Force

News release, The Protect Our Children Committee

Right issue in DA election

Editorial, Scranton Times-Tribune

Life sentences for juveniles will be subject to U.S. Supreme Court review

Greg Stohr, Bloomberg News Service

18-month sentence for Powell, kids-for-cash financier and star witness

Michael Sisak and Patrick Sweet, Wilkes-Barre Citizens Voice

Legislators trying to rework laws to account for sexting

Joelle Farrell, Philadelphia Inquirer

State house to close Pennsylvania Megan's Law loopholes

John L. Micek, The Morning Call

Panel advances juvenile abuses bill

Robert Swift, Scranton Times-Tribune

An epidemic of expulsions

Susan Ferriss, iWatch News

Children's issues: Task force should not become political

Patriot-News Editorial Board

Attorneys want Powell, centers liable

Terrie Morgan-Besecker, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Juvie operator fights deal

Terrie Morgan-Besecker, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Special judge finishes review of cases decided by "kids for cash" ex-judge

Mary Wilson, WITF

Child-on-child sex abuse poses complex challenges

David Crary, The Associated Press

Paying a price, long after the crime

Op-ed, Alfred Blumstein and Kiminori Nakamura, The New York Times

Juvenile court rules approved

Staff, Wilkes-Barre Citizens Voice

Book 'Kids for Cash' focuses on children

Mark Guydish, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Attorneys petition state court for Jordan Brown to be released

Eric Poole, Beaver County Times

Legal representation required in Pennsylvania juvenile courts, says state's high court

Ryan Schill, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Senate approves juvenile reform bill

Robert Swift, Wilkes-Barre Citizens Voice

Juvenile Law Center and Georgetown University Center for Juvenile Justice Reform announce inaugural Information Sharing Certificate Program

Georgetown University Center for Juvenile Justice Reform website

Governor seeking to benefit foster youth and taxpayers

Yvonne P. Mazzulo, Examiner.com

Advocates, experts blast welfare drug testing bill at hearing

Gloria Tatum, Atlanta Progressive News

Superior Court to hear arguments in Jordan Brown case

Sadie Gurman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Foster care support could be extended in Pennsylvania

Rebekah Zook, Essential Public Radio

End mandatory life sentences

The New York Times Editorial Board

Campus crime log disclosed identities of minors

Will Marble, The Daily Pennsylvanian

Fostering support

Editorial, York Dispatch

Foster care: Corbett's plan would be a win-win situation

Patriot-News Editorial Board

Superior court bans public from 14-year-old's murder trial

Bill Vidonic, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Newspapers won't appeal closing of boy's homicide trial

Staff, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Corruption in the courts and abusive teen rehab centers

Janet Parker, OpEdNews.com

Mericle lawsuits settlement gets preliminary approval

Terrie Morgan-Besecker, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

After scandal, new rules for juveniles in Pa. courts

Joel Rose, NPR

Foster youth need help past 18

Op-ed by Mark Courtney, Patriot-News

US Supreme Court to hear key juvenile cases on Tuesday

John Kelly and Ryan Schill, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Juvenile justice legislation on tap for House, Senate

Robert Swift, Wilkes-Barre Citizens Voice

Don't put juveniles in jail for life

Laurence Steinberg, Special to CNN

Marsha Levick: Why juveniles deserve a second chance

Point/Counterpoint, Allentown Morning Call

US Supreme Court questions if juvenile killers should be given a second chance

John Kelly, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

House, Senate approve juvenile justice bills

Robert Swift, Wilkes-Barre Citizens Voice

Hearing on Jordan Brown's release set for today

Eric Poole, Beaver County Times

Juvenile counsel bill goes to governor

Robert Swift, Hazleton Standard-Speaker

Judge rules 14-year-old Brown must stay in detention

Sadie Gurman, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Don't handcuff juvie court reform

Op-ed, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Governor Corbett signs new laws in aftermath of kids-for-cash

Dave Bohman, WNEP

Kids-for-cash saga far from complete

Op-ed, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Cruel and unusual—a test case

George Will, The Washington Post

Road back to school is rocky for ex-offenders

Jaclyn Zubrzycki, Education Week

Victims' rights op-ed panders to public fears

Letter to the editor by Robert Schwartz, Patriot-News

Fostering independence through the Education Act

Op-ed by Erin Maloney, Chester County Daily Local News

Throwaway people: Will teens sent to die in prison get a second chance?

Liliana Segura, The Nation

Juvenile offenders sentenced to life can face harsher treatment than adults: Report

Trymaine Lee, Huffington Post

Justice Department releases final rule to prevent, detect and respond to prison rape

Press release from the Department of Justice

Killer youths, fighting for a second chance

James Halpin, Wilkes-Barre Citizens Voice

Proposal gives older foster kids better shot at positive outcome

Ron Williams, Scranton Times-Tribune

Juvenile shackling bill goes to governor

Robert Swift, Pottsville Republican

Facebook app puts public inside foster care system

Clay Duda, Youth Today

Child trauma in public sector focus of symposium

Hilary Hurd Anyaso, Northwestern University News Center

Foster children's school records would be more accessible to social workers under new bill

Kelli Kennedy, The Huffington Post

Revised court rules protect juveniles

Ben Present, The Legal Intelligencer

One teen's fate: The math of a 100-year sentence

Teresa Chin, Youth Radio/Youth Media International

YOUTHadelphia announces $85,000 in grants

The Philadelphia Foundation press release

Sentenced to life as a juvenile, he hopes ruling means freedom

Dana DiFilipo, Philadelphia Daily News

U.S. Supreme Court ruling likely affects Easton teen's life sentence for murder

Nicole Radzievich, Allentown Morning Call

Justices bar mandatory life terms for juveniles

Carrie Johnson, NPR's All Things Considered

Required life sentences for juveniles outlawed by Supreme Court

Moriah Balingit, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

High Court gives some jailed as teens hope of freedom

Andrew Stern, Reuters

Sentencing ruling reflects rethinking on juvenile justice

Ethan Bronner, The New York Times

Supreme Court's ruling on life terms for juveniles will help many in Pennsylvania

Karen Heller, Philadelphia Inquirer

Even roofers' scandal didn't budge the judges

Chris Mondics, Philadelphia Inquirer

6 teen killers have appealed life terms

Brett Hambright, Lancaster Intelligencer Journal

States left to deal with juvenile life-sentence ruling

Bobby Kerlik and Rich Cholodofsky, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Supreme Court ruling means overhaul of juvenile cases

Moriah Balingit, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Father forced to relive son's brutal slaying in wake of Supreme Court ruling

Jane Musgrave, The Palm Beach Post

Philadelphia man, sentenced to life as teen, seeks release

The Associated Press

High court ruling could affect two local murder cases

Les Stewart, Lebanon Daily News

'Juvenile lifer' set to seek overturn

Terrie Morgan-Besecker, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Frustrated by Supreme Court ruling, Iowa Gov. Terry Branstad acts to keep teen killers behind bars

Isolde Raftery, NBC News

New law revokes second chance for teens with sex offenses

Samantha Melamed, Philadelphia City Paper

In the wake of high court ruling, a reprieve for juvenile lifers?

Scott Michels, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

14-year-old convicted of Easton murder should only face 40 years in prison, attorneys argue

Tom Shortell, The Express-Times

States reconsider juvenile life sentences

Maggie Clark, Stateline

What about juvenile lifers?

Matthew Mangino, The Vindicator

States dodge Supreme Court ruling against life sentences for minors

Matt Bewig, AllGov

Report finds states pulling back from tough laws of '80s, '90s

Natalie Krebs and Eric Ferkenhoff, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Court to get pivotal cases on juveniles

Adam Brandolph, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review

Teen killer files appeal in 1976 case

Brett Hambright, Intelligencer Journal

Addressing juvenile justice concerns in response to the Shelby County Investigation

Tracy Russo, Department of Justice's Justice Blog

Report: Progress on juvenile justice, problems remain

Maggie Clark, Stateline

Gateway to adult court for young defendants slowly closing

Maggie Lee, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

De facto life without parole

Editorial, The New York Times

Pennsylvania is battleground for implementing Supreme Court ruling on young lifers

Elizabeth Fiedler, WHYY Newsworks

Jailed young, inmates seek a new day in court

Elizabeth Fiedler, NPR's All Things Considered

Juvenile lifers have until Friday to appeal sentences

Dana DiFilippo, Philadelphia Daily News

Deadline approaches for PA juveniles to appeal life sentences

Cherri Gregg, CBS News Philadelphia

York County's 'juvenile lifers' all expecting court hearings

Rick Lee, York Daily Record

New fate for young killers?

Riley Yates, Allentown Morning Call

State lawmakers tackle juvenile law overturn

Robert Swift, Scranton Times-Tribune

Juvenile court records can follow kids to college

Peter Hall, Allentown Morning Call

Ruling of a lifetime: Pa. woman, grown old in prison, could be set free

Dana DiFilippo, Philadelphia Daily News

Pa's high court grapples with federal decision on sentencing juveniles

Dana DiFilippo, Philadelphia Daily News

Mandatory life sentences challenged by juvenile offenders

Moriah Balingit, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Fates of hundreds of young killers weighed by Pa. high court

Joseph Slobodzian, Philadelphia Inquirer

Pennsylvania high court to make key call on juvenile life sentences

Maggie Lee, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Pa. high court revisits juvenile life sentences, some may get shorter sentences

Maryclaire Dale, Associated Press

Lawyer asks Indiana appeals court to kill plea that sent 12-year-old to prison for 25 years

Robert King, Indianapolis Star

Juvenile court records could soon follow kids to college

Laurie Mason Schroeder, Bucks County Courier Times

Juvenile offender's record could follow him to college

Emma Jacobs, WHYY Newsworks

Court orders university be notified of child porn charge against student

Christine Maddela and David Chang, NBC Philadelphia

Other states watch how Pennsylvania handles life terms for juveniles

Moriah Balingit, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Illinois Supreme Court ruling hailed as win for juveniles

Oliver Ortega, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Pa. court: College can be told of juvenile record

Patrick Walters, Associated Press

For families of victims of juvenile murderers, ruling reopens 'traumatic wounds'

Elizabeth Chuck, NBC News

People can change: Juveniles should not receive life sentences

Op-ed by Cindy Sanford, Harrisburg Patriot-News

Venango County youth can request transfer to juvenile court

Moriah Balingit, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Pa. Senate OKs bill to punish kids for sexting

The Associated Press

Juvenile bill goes to governor

Robert Swift, Scranton Times-Tribune

On youth sexting, Pa. and other states act to prosecute, not persecute

Kathy Boccella, Philadelphia Inquirer

Pennsylvania amends juvenile murder sentencing

Maggie Lee, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Life isn't right for juveniles

Editorial, Philadelphia Inquirer

Sexting bill victimizes Pennsylvania teens

Op-ed by Marsha Levick, Harrisburg Patriot-News

Sexting bill punishes, not protects, teens

Letter to the editor, Harrisburg Patriot-News

Governor, have mercy: Give juvenile justice a chance in Pennsylvania

Matthew Fleischer, Take Part

Pennsylvania child abuse cases: Pattern of silence

Op-ed by William Ecenbarger, Patriot-News 

New law gives Lancaster County judges discretion in sentencing juvenile killers

Brett Hambright, Intelligencer Journal

Attorneys to share $4M in "kids-for-cash" settlement

Dave Janoski, Hazleton Standard Speaker

New initiative seeks to keep juveniles out of trouble by keeping them out of jail

Phillip Lucas, Philadelphia Daily News

Juvie law alterations approved

Terrie Morgan-Besecker, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Particulars of Mericle settlement spelled out

Mark Guydish, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Juvenile life without parole: Massachusetts moves cautiously toward reform

Maggie Mulvihill, New England Center for Investigative Reporting

Juvenile court as cash cow

David Marston, Philadelphia Inquirer

Juvenile injustice

Editorial, The New York Times

Cash for kids in 'kids for cash'

Steve Mocarsky, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Beaver Falls police find teens, want to charge person who hid them

Taryn Luna, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Governor Patrick seeks fewer life terms for youths

Noah Bierman, The Boston Globe

Obama Administration to name Bob Listenbee to lead juvenile justice agency

John Kelly, The Chronicle of Social Change

'Kids for cash' payments mailed

Terrie Morgan-Besecker, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Teen lifers: New state law bans mandatory life without parole for juveniles convicted of murder

Rick Lee, York Daily Record

Better care for young offenders

Editorial, The New York Times

'Kids for cash' legal fees sought

Steve Mocarsky, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Ruling stirs debate on no-parole terms for juveniles convicted of murder

Jeff Eckhoff, Indianapolis Star

Sharon Wiggins, 62, learned from bad choices

John Morrison, Philadelphia Daily News

Supreme Court: Juvenile killer to get new sentencing

Riley Yates, Allentown Morning Call

Pennsylvania Supreme Court ruling brings hope to those convicted of murder as juveniles

Adam Brandolph, Pittsburgh Tribune-Review 

Juvenile lifer Sharon Wiggins followed court cases in hopes of freedom

Paula Reed Ward, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Inmate Jeffrey Cristina hopes juvenile lifer ruling will set him free

Paula Reed Ward, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette

Top court issues final juvenile justice report

Robert Swift, Wilkes-Barre Citizens Voice

Iowa Supreme Court hears juvenile parole cases

David Pitt, Associated Press

One year later, remembering a young Philadelphian shot for stepping up

Emma Jacobs, WHYY Newsworks

Thousands of youths held in solitary confinement

Michael Brick, Associated Press

Is 100 years a life sentence? Opinions are divided

Adam Liptak, The New York Times

Jordan Brown could be retried

Patrick O'Shea, Allegheny Times

Letters: Solitary is too cruel for kids

Marsha Levick, Los Angeles Times

Arlen Specter Award Finalist Marsha Levick

Zack Needles, The Legal Intelligencer

Third Erie juvenile 'lifer' loses appeal

Ed Palattella, Erie Times-News

For those in foster care, less pressure to leave nest

Beth Anne Heesen, Reading Eagle

California's youngest killer


After Supreme Court ruling, states act on juvenile sentences

Maggie Clark, Stateline

No way to prepare for the emotion of 'Kids for Cash' documentary

Terrie Morgan-Besecker, Scranton Times-Tribune

'Kids for Cash' settlement deadline set

Jerry Lynott, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Seeing the toll, schools revise zero tolerance

Lizette Alvarez, The New York Times

N.J. to pay most of $400k settlement over solitary confinement of juveniles

Jeff Goldman, The Star-Ledger

After 36 years in prison, this Philadelphian is using his second chance to help others stay out of trouble

Elizabeth Fiedler, WHYY

Obama administration discourages 'zero-tolerance' school discipline

Interview with Marsha Levick on NPR's Here & Now 

Pa. 'kids for cash' judge ruled liable for damages

Michael Rubinkam, The Associated Press

Opinion: Maximum security is no place for girls

Patricia Puritz and Robert Schwartz, The Connecticut Mirror

Juveniles facing lifelong terms despite rulings

Erik Eckholm, The New York Times

Another setback to Pa. juvenile sex offender law

Cherri Gregg, KYW Newsradio

'Kids for Cash' reflects issues around country, attorneys say

Joe Sylvester, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

Film explores 'Kids for Cash' scandal in Pa.

Maryclaire Dale, Associated Press

Family speaks out about juvenile sentencing

Fox News Philadelphia

Kids for Cash: Inside one of the nation's most shocking juvenile justice scandals

Democracy Now!

'Kids for Cash,' the film

Interview ft. Marsha Levick on WHYY's Radio Times with Marty Moss-Coane

John Dixon's new YA novel "Phoenix Island" draws inspiration frmo the "Kids for Cash" scandal

Bill Chenevert, Philadelphia Weekly

Voices of the victims

Bob Kalinowski, The Citizens' Voice

'Kids for Cash' offers new insights into judges' minds

Mary Therese Biebel, Wilkes-Barre Times Leader

They should wear red capes

Ronnie Polaneczky, Philadelphia Daily News

Judge: 'Kids for Cash' case resulted in many changes

Michael R. Sisak, Scranton Times-Tribune

A plot with a scandal: A closer look at the 'Kids for Cash' documentary

Daryl Khan, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

The loved ones

Stuart Klawans, The Nation

Kids for Cash: Movie has officials reflecting on juvenile justice system

Kirstin Kennedy, Beaver County Times

'Kids for Cash' probes juvenile justice system

Dave Richards, Erie Times-News

What every parent needs to know about their kids & the law

Marsha Levick on "Katie" talk show

Every time foster kids move, they lose months of academic progress

Jessica Lahey, The Atlantic

No tolerance for zero tolerance

Marsha Levick, The Huffington Post Blog

N.J. solitary confinement: Extreme cases of life 'in the box'

Gary Gately, Juvenile Justice Information Exchange

Third Pennsylvania judge rules juvenile sex offender registration unconstitutional

Tara Murtha, RH Reality Check

The solitary confinement of children: Child abuse by any other name

Marsha Levick, The Huffington Post Blog

Teen's age at issue in Ohio school shooting appeal

John Seewer and Kantele Franko, Associated Press

Montco public defenders push expungement of juvenile records

Carolyn Davis, Philadelphia Inquirer

Casey pushes legislation to reform juvenile justice

Michael Buffer, Hazleton Standard Speaker

Juvenile Law Center attorney wins child advocacy award from PBA

Jon Campisi, The Pennsylvania Record

High school stabbing suspect must be charged as adult

Donna Leinwand Leger, USA Today

What happens to Colorado's juvenile lifers?

Andrea Dukakis, Colorado Public Radio

It's about education, stupid!

Marsha Levick, The Huffington Post Blog

Juvenile sex-offender registries are challenged in Pennsylvania

The Associated Press

Judge resentences juvenile killer Qu'eed Batts to life without parole

Riley Yates, Allentown Morning Call

Supreme Court weighing whether juvenile sex offenders should have to register with police for life

Matt Miller, Harrisburg Patriot-News

Best to let a judge decide

Editorial, Pocono Record

The City of Brotherly Love could also use some Sister's Keepers

Helen Ubinas, Philadelphia Daily News

The quiet(er) drama of juvenile court

Carolyn Davis, Philadelphia Inquirer

Kids for cash: Corruption in juvenile justice

Candace Worthen, Al Día

Wisconsin stabbing highlights juvenile crime laws

M.L. Johnson, Associated Press

Juvenile lifers in Pa. lose appeal to high court

Associated Press

Rule on key juvenile issue

The Citizens' Voice

Between hope and despair, waiting for meaningful implementation of Miller v. Alabama

Marsha Levick, Jody Kent Lavy, and Ashley Nellis, The Huffington Post Blog

A call to junk juvenile jails

Marsha Levick, The Philadelphia Inquirer