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Lini S. Kadaba

Journalist and Blogger

My Year as a Lady of Leisure and LSK's Write 4 You

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The Herald


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The Pantagraph


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The News-Times


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Akron Beacon Journal


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Philly.com


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Philadelphia Inquirer


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Northwestern University


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Lini S. Kadaba and Rita Giordano
Lini S. Kadaba and Rita Giordano inaugurated the Quality of Life beat at the Philadelphia Inquirer. Kadaba and Giordano were recognized at the function. A graduate of the University of Kentucky (Phi Beta Kappa) and Northwestern University's Medill School of Journalism, Kadaba began her career at the Philadelphia Inquirer in 1986, covering neighborhood schools. Over the years, she has had enterprise beats that include social services, worklife and children and family. In 1998, Kadaba took first place in the Pennsylvania Associated Press Managing Editors Award contest for an in-depth profile of a pregnant teenager who was grappling with her choices. In 1994, she was a finalist for the Livingston Awards for Young Journalists for a magazine story on mainstreaming special education students. Her work also has appeared in college anthologies, including America Now and Mirror on America. Kadaba lives in suburban Philadelphia with her husband and 10-year-old son.


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The Philadelphia Inquirer (March 31, 2010) by Lini S. Kadaba


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by Lini S. Kadaba - Philadelphia Inquirer - July 13, 1999


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