Monday, December 14, 2015

PA in the WSJ

Pennsylvania-related mentions I found in this week’s Wall Street Journal

“Inheriting the holidays from mom,” by Clare Ansberry focuses on the Allen family of Bethel Park (12/10)

Marc Porter, who recently moved from Christie’s International auction house to Sotheby’s, assisted in the sale of the painting “The Gross Clinic,” to the Philadelphia Museum of Art and the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts.   He is the subject of “Sotheby’s hires deal maker from Christie’s,” by Kelly Crow (12/08)

University of Pennsylvania neurologist Anjan Chatterjee is quoted in “Is it beautiful?  How our brains judge art in seconds,” by Robert Lee Hotz (12/08)

Dr. Wanda Filer, a family physician in York, is quoted in “The new boundaries between doctors and patients,” by Andrea Petersen (12/08)

Joseph Schwartz, Temple University professor, is a vice chairman of the national Democratic Socialists organization.  The group held a convention in Pennsylvania in November.  See “Socialism network finds new friends,” by Peter Nicholas (12/12-13)

“Concealed-carry requests jump,” by Ashby Jones references the increase in concealed carry gun requests in Allegheny County.  (12/12-13).

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