Is Anybody Really Listening Anymore?

DK ONLINE: I have a confession. There is a deep, burning desire that simply must be shared with the world (or at least whoever reads this). I badly want this country to feel a sense of unity, or at least some kind of common ground. I’m not crazy though, nor am I naive.  Not everyone … Continue reading

Body Cam Video of Violent Wildwood, NJ Police Video Has Nation Talking

(Above: A still image from a body camera showing the controversial police encounter in Wildwood, NJ.) DK ONLINE: This week Wildwood Police released body camera footage of an intense encounter between a 20-year-old woman suspected of underage drinking and some officers who are accused of being too rough on her. The video of the Memorial Day … Continue reading

New Starbucks Policy After Controversial Philadelphia Arrests Spark New Safety Concerns

DK ONLINE: Starbucks has stepped back into the news with a new policy that allows people to enter a store and stay without making a purchase. You may have heard about the recent change after a massive uproar and claims of racism when two African-American men had the police called on them as they waited … Continue reading

A Week at the DNC

It was history and it happened right in my own back yard. I was there to see Hillary Clinton’s first appearance on the campaign trail since not only becoming the official Democratic presidential nominee, but of course becoming the first woman to be nominated by a major political party in the United States. This was … Continue reading

The Wall Comes To Life in Philly

I love what I do. Meeting interesting people, telling fascinating stories, traveling to unique historical places, chasing breaking news, etc. There are a lot of pluses. One of which came Saturday night when covering Roger Waters’ mammoth concert The Wall Live at Citizens Bank Park in Philadelphia. My photojournalist and I only got to see … Continue reading