Daniel Craig

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Daniel is a Philadelphia-based writer who began working for PhillyVoice in January 2015. Before joining the website's editorial team, he served as an assistant producer for the Preston and Steve Show on 93.3 WMMR. He is a Temple graduate and an alumni of The Temple News and WHIP, the school's student-run radio station. Daniel is also very aware he shares the name of the actor who portrays James Bond and does not need to be reminded of that fact.

daniel@phillyvoice.com

November 21, 2017

Fundraisers

Woman raises money for homeless man who helped her while stranded on Philly highway

Kate McClure was driving on I-95 in Philadelphia last month when she ran out of gas and had to pull over on the side of the highway. Nervous, she began to walk in search of the nearest gas station. That's when Johnny, who stands on the side of the highway with a sign asking for help, approached her. He instructed McClure to get back in her car and lock the doors.

November 21, 2017

CHOP

Formerly conjoined twins, separated with rare procedure, going home from CHOP

A pair of formerly conjoined twins who were separated with a rare procedure at the Children's Hospital of Philadelphia this summer are finally going home.

November 21, 2017

Opinion

It's not No-shave November if your facial hair looks good

Last week, my co-worker Brian Hickey tweeted out a photo of my now-three-week-old mustache, a product of an agreement between myself and a friend to participate in No-shave November, the month-long tradition originally sprung to raise cancer awareness that's taken on a cultural signifcance all its own.

November 17, 2017

Business

Philly man turns 'extreme' love of fishing into YouTube stardom

How Temple graduate Leo Sheng turned a passion into a lucrative, part-time job — and how he plans to keep it growing.

November 17, 2017

Outdoors

Pennsylvania's getting closer to having a sweet new mascot: the eastern hellbender

The Pennsylvania Senate has passed legislation to make the eastern hellbender the Commonwealth's official amphibian. The legislation still needs to go through the House and get a signature from Gov. Tom Wolf.

November 17, 2017

College

Doug Glanville to teach Penn class on sports and social justice

Former Phillies outfielder and University of Pennsylvania graduate Doug Glanville is set to teach a class at his alumnus this coming spring that will focus on an issue that's dominated national conversation over the past year.

November 16, 2017

Sixers

Joel Embiid had a very nice postgame interview after career performance

Joel Embiid has captured the hearts of Philadelphia fans partly because of his top-notch social media game and larger-than-life personality. He's very in tune with the meme culture of recurring jokes that fuels much of Twitter's humor. That was on display after he had one of the best performances in NBA history Wednesday night against the Lakers.

November 15, 2017

Tips

Some practical (and hilarious) tips from Philadelphians to prevent stolen packages

Many Philadelphians who like to shop online — as well as anyone who frequents Philly neighborhood Facebook groups or the city's reddit page — is familiar with a common problem: package theft.

November 15, 2017

Courts

Judge: Sessions can't withhold money from Philly for sanctuary city status

A judge has ruled that Attorney General Jeff Sessions cannot withhold federal funds from the City of Philadelphia because of its status as a so-called "sanctuary city."

November 15, 2017

Escape

Three of four juvenile escapees captured in South Jersey, one remains at large

Authorities are searching for four juveniles who escaped a correctional facility in South Jersey just after midnight on Wednesday.

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