Richard Vague at the University City Science Center.
Early-stage investor and philanthropist by day, writer and editor by night.
That’s one way you could describe Gabriel Investments founder Richard Vague. He runs DelanceyPlace.com, a daily email newsletter with a historical tidbit or piece of trivia. It has more than 82,000 subscribers, according to TEDxPhiladelphia’s blog.
Vague has long dabbled elsewhere in civic life. The Texan has been a heavy patron of the Fringe Arts Festival and its current board president.
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