The Philadelphia Inquirer, the nation's third oldest surviving newspaper, moved from its enormous 526,000 square-foot headquarters to a single floor of an office building, and American photographer Will Steacy, whose father had worked for the newspaper for nearly 30 years has created this series of photos from 2009 to 2013 that captures its ebbing in clear visual detail.
Chris Gardner currently serves as an Editor for Wonderwall, overseeing breaking news coverage and social media pages, as well as hosting a web series called Celebs Gone Social. During his career, he has covered film, fashion, celebrities, nightlife and entertainment as an editor, reporter and columnist. Prior to Wonderwall, Gardner was on staff at People, Daily Variety and The Hollywood Reporter. He also launched a celebrity blog for Cosmopolitan.com and has held editorial positions for such publications as FashionWeekDaily, Movieline's Hollywood Life and MediaBistro. He also wrote a relationship advice column for The Des Moines Register's Juice newspaper.Read More