I'm pretty quick to jump on journalists when they mail one in, so I thought I'd take a moment today to compliment a stunning piece in today's Inquirer.
Melissa Dribben brings light to the sad story of Zal Chapgar, a young man who most of us knew only as the person who threw himself from the Lowes Hotel in Philadelphia earlier this month. Her prose is warm and empathetic, but also weighty with resolve to tell the tough parts of the story as well.
I'm not going to do a capsule here, I can't possibly do it justice. Just go here and read it. It's Dribben's best work in years.