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Chris Satullo
Chris Satullo
  • December 24, 2012 |  A CHRISTMAS TALE

    Certain Poor Shepherds, Scene 7: The stars, a hard truth, and a sweet surprise

    In Day 7 of "Certain Poor Shepherds," our Christmas tale by Chris Satullo and Tony Auth, the story concludes with one parting and one joinin...
  • December 21, 2012 |  A CHRISTMAS TALE

    Certain Poor Shepherds, Scene 6: There arose such a clatter

    In Day 6 of "Certain Poor Shepherds," our Christmas tale by Chris Satullo and Tony Auth, our heroine, Nora Gallagher, takes her eccentric ne...
  • December 21, 2012 |  A CHRISTMAS TALE

    Certain Poor Shepherds, Scene 5: Tomato soup, good dirt and Amadeus

    In Day 5 of "Certain Poor Shepherds," our Christmas tale by Chris Satullo and Tony Auth, our heroine Nora Gallagher visits her new, eccentri...
  • December 20, 2012 |  A CHRISTMAS TALE

    Certain Poor Shepherds, Scene 4: Coffee, skee ball and brews

    In day 4 of "Certain Poor Shepherds," our Christmas tale by Chris Satullo and Tony Auth, heroine Nora Gallagher finds out that being Tony Ra...
  • December 19, 2012 |  A CHRISTMAS TALE

    Certain Poor Shepherds, Scene 3: What friends are for

    In Day 3 of "Certain Poor Shepherds," our Christmas tale by Chris Satullo and Tony Auth, the heroine, Nora Gallagher, plunges deeper into he...
  • December 18, 2012 |  A CHRISTMAS TALE

    Certain Poor Shepherds, Scene 2: When Tony met Nora

    In day 2 of the holiday fiction by Chris Satullo, with illustrations by Tony Auth, Nora Gallagher flees her office and visits Franklin Square, where s...
  • December 17, 2012 |  A CHRISTMAS TALE

    Certain Poor Shepherds, Scene 1: Nora Gallagher's very bad day

    Today we resume a holiday tradition, the annual Christmas story by Chris Satullo and Tony Auth. This year's story, Certain Poor Shepherds, follow...
    Certain Poor Shepherds, A Christmas Tale
  • December 17, 2012 |  CENTRE SQUARE BLOG

    Two little questions to revive the lost art of compromise

    Two weeks from the fiscal cliff, the art of getting to yes seems to be dead on Capitol Hill. How did compromise get to be such a dirty word in D.C.? ...