Fabricio Rodriguez

Guide to Ethical Eating Finds Few First-Rate Restaurants in PhiladelphiaA local organization that advocates for the rights of restaurant workers has issued its second annual dining guide, hoping to promote better employment practices in the city's restaurant industry.
Center City Restaurant 'Fat Salmon' Agrees To Repay Workers Skimmed TipsThe salmon may have been fat at this center city sushi restaurant, but the servers were being deprived of thousands of dollars in tips.
Philadelphia Restaurant Workers Getting Burnt, Wage/Benefits Survey FindsA groundbreaking survey of Philadelphia restaurant workers shows the majority of them make below-poverty wages, even after tips, and get no benefits.
House Collapse Shines Light On Philadelphia's Problem With Unstable Abandoned BuildingsFrom the front, 2166 North Franklin Street looks bad enough. But you have to walk around to the back to truly see what Fabricio Rodriguez and Emily Randle – who owns the home next door – have been dealing with: a neighboring house on the verge of collapse.
Phila. Protestors Mark Intersection of Immigration, Baseball