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Lindsay Lazarski is a multimedia journalist for Keystone Crossroads, a statewide public media initiative focused on the problems facing Pennsylvania’s cities and possible solutions.
Before joining the Keystone Crossroads collaboration, Lindsay produced daily and feature multimedia content for WHYY’s NewsWorks and was founder and editor of View Finders blog.
Lindsay has dangled from the back of a musher’s dog sled, climbed six feet under into a Bucks County bomb shelter and strutted up Broad Street on New Year’s Day with the Mummers — all in search of a better angle.
Before becoming a “real Philadelphian,” Lindsay worked as a multimedia producer for NBC in New York. She has a master’s degree from the CUNY Graduate School of Journalism and is a recovering South Bronx public school teacher.