For the last month, Richie Antipuna and Heather Barton have been getting Kensington on TV. The longtime friends and former Kensington residents are using the The Richie Antipuna Show, which runs online and on public-access television, to talk to neighborhood residents about crime in the area.
Kensington’s been in the news for the past month in response to the Kensington Strangler, the man wanted for the murder of three women in the area.
The Inquirer profiled Antipuna and Barton, who also created the now-defunct Facebook page “Catch the Kensington Strangler before he catches someone you love.”
WHYY Arts & Culture reporter Peter Crimmins is looking into this story.