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Entries by Thom Nickels from 05/2013

A Mormon Temple for Philadelphia

| Posted 05.03.2013 | Religion
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When it comes to church or temple architecture, Mormons have it all over Catholics and mega-church Protestants, whose modern churches frequently overemphasize cold, hard lines and utility.

House Cats: Let's Take a Walk on the Flea Larvae Side

| Posted 05.06.2013 | HuffPost Home

The problems associated with owning a pet could fill volumes. As a relatively new cat owner, I did not expect my life (and my house) to be turned upside down with the invasion of flea eggs and flea larvae.

The Beard: When Young Men Look Like Old Men

| Posted 05.13.2013 | Style

In the world of facial stubble, the famous five o'clock shadow has become the nearly permanent 10 o'clock shadow, proving -- as if you needed proof at this point -- that this is the season of facial hair.

Why Today's High Schools Could Use Perry Como's Brother

| Posted 05.16.2013 | Impact

When I went to Great Valley High, the world was not perfect but at least teachers and school administrators, and even most parents, had a shred of common sense.

Cycle Mania in the City

| Posted 05.28.2013 | Impact
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Philadelphia's been far too lax for too long a time with its bandit cyclists, letting them go wherever they want, from sidewalk to street and then back again in a suicidal rush that sometimes even gets the cyclist killed.