Jenny DeHuff

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Jenny DeHuff is the Managing Editor of Culture for PhillyVoice.com.  A native of New England, Jenny has covered the Philadelphia area for more than a decade. A 2005 graduate of the University of Rhode Island, she has written for the Philadelphia Daily News, Metro, The Times Herald in Norristown and Playboy magazine, and has won multiple awards for investigative journalism.

Throughout the course of her career, Jenny has covered everything from cops, courts, and casinos to major crime, the school district, transit, and city and state government. She has also worked as a gossip columnist. She was on the ground at the Obama inauguration, Sandy Hook, and the 2016 Democratic National Convention. She's flown planes, shot semi-automatics and dodged splattering buffalo wing sauce for Philly's infamous Wing Bowl – just to get the story. Jenny lives in South Philly with her husband, Terry, their dog, Huey, and cats Chainsaw and Bruce Wayne.

jenny@phillyvoice.com

November 13, 2017

Body

Waxing 'down there': the questions you're afraid to ask, answered

Maybe you, dear reader, are among the more than half the population that is female. In that case, odds are good the hair-raising subject of waxing is no stranger to you.

November 8, 2017

Development

Schuylkill Yards breaks ground in University City

With city and state officials chanting “West is best!” the $3.5 billion Schuylkill Yards development project broke ground today in University City.

November 2, 2017

Courts

Castor suit alleges Constand, attorneys conspired in ‘smear’ campaign

In a complaint, Bruce Castor Jr. claims the defendants filed a "tactically timed, patently frivolous and knowingly false lawsuit" against him alleging “defamation” and “false light” and seeking hundreds of thousands of dollars.

October 27, 2017

Bands

Let's take a peek inside GWAR's tour bus

If you’re one of the brazen braving a GWAR concert, you probably know what you’re in for.

October 20, 2017

Fitness Trends

Pole dancing could one day be an Olympic sport

If you’ve ever tried to straddle a pole at a bachelorette party, you probably know one thing: pole dancing ain’t easy.

October 4, 2017

People

Internal reflection: Idol Light jewelry is much more than meets the eye

First, she buys the glass for cheap from manufacturers in Japan, Germany, and other places overseas.

September 19, 2017

Broadcasters

Effortless ways to pay it forward: from 6abc's Jeannette Reyes

Before she became the freshest female face to step on the set at 6abc, Jeannette Reyes had a long ladder to climb.

September 15, 2017

Television

Home movies that paid off: 'The Goldberg's' creator Adam F. honored at City Hall

For people outside the family circle, watching someone else’s home movies is about as exciting watching paint dry.

August 25, 2017

Chefs

Ramsay vs. Lee: how 'Culinary Genius' compares to 'Hell's Kitchen'

While Brooklyn-born chef Edward Lee doesn’t exhibit the fiery temper of Gordon Ramsay, he does have limited patience for poor performance put forth on plates from amateur chefs on the the summertime TV show, “Culinary Genius,” which wrapped up today on Fox.

August 22, 2017

Technology

New Eventbrite, SocialLadder partnership streamlines ticket purchase process

Eventbrite, one of world’s largest event technology and ticketing platforms, recently announced their partnership with SocialLadder, the company that allows for the swapping and selling of tickets peer-to-peer.

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