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Mike Seilski: Sam Bradford was thinking about quitting football after tearing his ACL for the second time in nine months.
Paul Domowitch: The mystery of who exactly decided it was a swell idea to draft Marcus Smith last spring remains unsolved.
Gov. Wolf's nominee to head the Pennsylvania State Police faces issues, some silly, which could cost him his gig.
Marcus Hayes: Escape the confusing dissonance that now envelops the Eagles and recognize this reality.
John Smallwood: Given the importance of the national team to the growth of soccer, MLS must make concessions.
Dick Jerardi: There was drama galore as Michigan State, Duke, Wisconsin and Kentucky won their regional finals.
Also in Tattle: Mariah Carey parties with Brett Ratner, “George Costanza” heads to Broadway, “Bill Clinton” heads to off-Broadway
David Murphy: The season opens next week but there are issues the team still needs to address.
Famous as Thelma Harper and “Mama,” Vicki Lawrence sheds some light on a little-known ailment
DEAR HARRY: My wife and I do not believe in divorce. Because we have had our share of shouting matches, we decided to separate the day after Christmas 2013 before it came to blows. She has custody of our 12-year-old daughter, and I have custody of our 15-year-old son. Our incomes are about the same. I know that we cannot file jointly for our 2014 income taxes, but can either of us file as Head of Household? We each got a different story from our tax preparers. Give it to us straight, Harry.
GM Ron Hextall might like to make room for his young defense prospects, but he has to find buyers for current blue liners.
With Ted Cruz announcing and Rand Paul and Marco Rubio soon to follow, it's time to start handicapping the horses and making enemies.
Inside the Sixers: 76ers general manager Sam Hinkie got it right. Everyone else undervalued Nerlens Noel.
Bob Ford: Football Guy awoke exactly on time and leaped from bed, landing on the artificial turf rug.
Mike Seilski: Sam Bradford was thinking about quitting football after tearing his ACL for the second time in nine months.
Famous as Thelma Harper and “Mama,” Vicki Lawrence sheds some light on a little-known ailment
David Murphy: The season opens next week but there are issues the team still needs to address.
Also in Tattle: Mariah Carey parties with Brett Ratner, “George Costanza” heads to Broadway, “Bill Clinton” heads to off-Broadway
Dick Jerardi: There was drama galore as Michigan State, Duke, Wisconsin and Kentucky won their regional finals.
John Smallwood: Given the importance of the national team to the growth of soccer, MLS must make concessions.
Marcus Hayes: Escape the confusing dissonance that now envelops the Eagles and recognize this reality.
Gov. Wolf's nominee to head the Pennsylvania State Police faces issues, some silly, which could cost him his gig.
Paul Domowitch: The mystery of who exactly decided it was a swell idea to draft Marcus Smith last spring remains unsolved.
When Nick Bayer, now 37, went to college, he had no idea what he wanted to do. Business, industry, finance - each internship served to eliminate those as possibilities.
Your stockbroker is not a "fiduciary." What exactly does that mean? Stockbrokers don't always have your best financial interest at heart.
Long before the supersizing of shopping, before stores began offering jeans and TVs under the same roof as rotisserie chickens, cosmetics, and recliners, Stanley Marvel had a thriving company selling butter and eggs.
As a commercial real estate broker, Bill Luff is a professional optimist: "I am predicting an office building will be built in Center City, 300,000 to 700,000 square feet, this year."
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: My husband and I have two children (5 and 7). We also own firearms, both for sport and personal protection. We are shining examples of how to do gun ownership right! We have attended safety courses, passed background checks, and are fully permitted. We also keep the guns safely locked away at all times.
As a commercial real estate broker, Bill Luff is a professional optimist: "I am predicting an office building will be built in Center City, 300,000 to 700,000 square feet, this year."
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