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Claire Sasko
Staff writer . Fiction & nonfiction enthusiast. She/her.
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Claire Sasko Nov 8
Was a pleasure to speak with Philly's (as always!) for this one. Read our Q&A here, then get yourself a copy of In the Dream House if you haven't already
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Claire Sasko Nov 1
Cox’s response to our candidate survey, which asked for his platform summary and priorities, only included issues related to street safety, cleanliness and accessibility.
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Claire Sasko Nov 1
Hi Oren. We do say he is “essentially a single-issue candidate.” But we also include that he wants to end stop-and-frisk and legalize marijuana, and not just tangentially. For some context ...
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Claire Sasko Nov 1
"But if it’s the experience of dining at Jean-Georges you’re after—the luxury, the service, the coddling, the slick, giddy feeling of rising up to dine among the city’s rich and powerful at a table above the clouds—then sure. That’s worthwhile." 🔥
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Randy LoBasso Oct 30
Replying to @phillymag @ClaireSasko
Good reporting on this issue from . As usual, cuts through the clutter.
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Mike Weilbacher Oct 28
HUGELY impt story from about how PHL can prepare for . Required reading, for , , and of course for all of us.
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Ryan W Briggs Oct 28
This week in major PA transit authority news Philly: SEPTA Key needs a $800 million Javascript update Pittsburgh:
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Dr. G Oct 27
Stories that hit close to home... looking forward to sharing with students & having discussions around what we can do to alleviate (or at least prepare for) the impact of literally in our backyard. Thanks .
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Abraham Gutman 🔥 Oct 27
Every public official in Philadelphia should read this important piece by Murrell and in about what the city can do to address climate change. The city can’t solve this crisis alone, but we can at least do our part.
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Claire Sasko Oct 27
Replying to @igavigan @phillymag
Thanks, Ian! I hear ya.
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Claire Sasko Oct 27
Spent the past few months working on a deep dive into climate change in Philly—how it will affect the airport, the Shore, weather and more—with word whiz . The result is this month's cover story. Give it a read.
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Philly Mag Oct 16
In addition to releasing a potentially deadly chemical compound, the PES explosions in June flung 38,000 pounds of scrap across the Schuylkill River, investigators say.
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Claire Sasko Oct 11
Replying to @kwanette
Hi! I'm a reporter with Philly Mag. Could I use this photo in a post and give you credit? DM or email me (csasko@phillymag.com) if so!
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Claire Sasko Oct 4
Hey Jamie! I'm a reporter with . I would looove to chat about your grandmother and this video. Can you follow back and DM me or shoot me an email? csasko@phillymag.com
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Claire Sasko Sep 13
"The administration doesn’t have to like everything we write about them, but that doesn’t mean they, as a government entity, are free to apply different rules to us than they apply to any other news organization."
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Claire Sasko Sep 10
Replying to @arockjonestown
100 percent saw the spotted lanternfly you stomped on today
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Claire Sasko Sep 9
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Fabiola Cineas Sep 4
For ’s September issue, I spent time with Candace Owens in Philadelphia and Dallas to learn more about Blexit. Here’s what went down.
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Claire Sasko Aug 30
Replying to @seanmacgo
This is so tru
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Philly Mag Aug 30
Discussion surrounding the 150-year-old, 1,300-acre complex — the biggest single source of air pollution and greenhouse gas emissions in Philly — has begun to center on its future.
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