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Until he stole the sneaker, Bold Hawk was as well-mannered as a horse could be, standing for half an hour this week in the tack room at Covert Farm in Nottingham, Chester County.
Tony Greenfield went into the telephone-answering business with five employees, 35 customers, and a one-room office with a switchboard in downtown Mount Holly.
Crumbling house sprouts large tree and big headaches.
City shelter slashes euthanasia rates, mostly for kittens.
Also: Marc Summers gives a gift to Marc Vetri, Mendte back on the air.
Also in Tattle: Houston, we have a problem; Queen rocks Boardwalk, Duran Duran sues own fan club.
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: Yesterday, I was putting my son down for a nap in my in-laws' guest room. Through the magic of their HVAC system, I could hear my mother- and sister-in-law tearing me apart - everything from my shyness (they think I'm cold) to the value of my work ("I can't believe people get paid for that!") to my mother's health ("such a drama-queen hypochondriac" - my mother has had cancer twice) to my haircut (I agree, but I can't control how fast my hair grows).
Colbert to stay in N.Y.C. It's a good day when Stephen Colbert makes New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's day. It was a good Wednesday when Cuomo registered an ecstatic response to an announcement by CBS that The Late Show will not migrate to California when Colbert takes the helm from David Letterman. The show will continue to be hosted at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
Indiana native son Tony Stewart hopes being back in Indianapolis will help snap his winless streak.
Did you hear about that new collaborative beer from the brewmasters at Anheuser-Busch, Miller and Coors?
Andrea Capecci and her brother Nicholas are new to Philly’s growing lunch-truck scene.
Knives don’t make the man. But in the case of Adam Balkovic, founder of BiltSharp, a man definitely makes the knives.
I was a teenage soda jerk. Nowadays, I’m just ...a vegan columnist.
David Murphy: The July 31 non-waiver trade deadline spurs action from a limited group of teams.
Until he stole the sneaker, Bold Hawk was as well-mannered as a horse could be, standing for half an hour this week in the tack room at Covert Farm in Nottingham, Chester County.
Indiana native son Tony Stewart hopes being back in Indianapolis will help snap his winless streak.
Colbert to stay in N.Y.C. It's a good day when Stephen Colbert makes New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo's day. It was a good Wednesday when Cuomo registered an ecstatic response to an announcement by CBS that The Late Show will not migrate to California when Colbert takes the helm from David Letterman. The show will continue to be hosted at the Ed Sullivan Theater.
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: Yesterday, I was putting my son down for a nap in my in-laws' guest room. Through the magic of their HVAC system, I could hear my mother- and sister-in-law tearing me apart - everything from my shyness (they think I'm cold) to the value of my work ("I can't believe people get paid for that!") to my mother's health ("such a drama-queen hypochondriac" - my mother has had cancer twice) to my haircut (I agree, but I can't control how fast my hair grows).
Also in Tattle: Houston, we have a problem; Queen rocks Boardwalk, Duran Duran sues own fan club.
Bob Ford: One area that has to be addressed is the Eagles' ability to sack the opposing quarterback.
Also: Marc Summers gives a gift to Marc Vetri, Mendte back on the air.
City shelter slashes euthanasia rates, mostly for kittens.
Crumbling house sprouts large tree and big headaches.
Tony Greenfield went into the telephone-answering business with five employees, 35 customers, and a one-room office with a switchboard in downtown Mount Holly.
David Murphy: The Phillies need to letet David Montgomery handle business end while the front office gets a fresh voice.
Sam Donnellon: Ron Hextall has learned his craft from the ground up, from his days as a scout.
Michelle Singletary: Once out of prison, some inmates feared that if they found a job, debt collectors would come after their paychecks.
NFL 2013 playoff teams' league rankings for sacks and sacks allowed per pass play:    Team   Sacks   Allowed   Total    1.   New Orleans   4   7   11    t-2.   Indianapolis   9   6   15   
Michelle Singletary: Once out of prison, some inmates feared that if they found a job, debt collectors would come after their paychecks.
 
Rubio student loan bill: A re-fi re-think?
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