By Jon Dowding Photo via Prevention Point Philadelphia. On a rainy Thursday afternoon just after 3 p.m., three schoolchildren pass two small vans on their way home, where a line of people wait to trade their dirty needles for clean ones. The children just ignore it with practiced indifference. At the corner of North 11th … More Continuously Making a Point in the Community
By Jon Dowding In 2003, during the Gulf War, an explosive was dropped onto a shopping center in Kuwait at 2 a.m. during a live CNN broadcast. As the cloud of smoke quickly approached, the anchor was faced with a choice. The anchor decided not to venture toward the cloud of smoke and seek … More When Questioning a Wolf
My very first time anchoring on Temple Update Ahora; Temple University’s daily minute and a half long news brief. This is obviously the Spanish version.
By Jon Dowding Photo via The Temple News. Laughter from the audience and a relaxed atmosphere do not appear in a typical debate. Yet the October 19 Philadelphia mayoral debate between Republican Melissa Murray Bailey and Democrat Jim Kenney was characterized by what the current presidential candidates lacked, a focus on the issues and scarcity of … More Discussions First, Bickering Second