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Marcus Hayes: This kid gets it, anyway. Maybe it's contagious.
John Smallwood: Denver is first team that is not from the East Coast to win the Division I men's lacrosse title.
Council should pay, but School District must spend wisely
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: My husband and I are expecting our first child. My mother insists on hosting a baby shower (despite my discomfort at having a family member host). I told Mom that I wanted it to be co-ed - I don't see why men should be excluded from the celebration of new life.
This Memorial Day story from 30 years ago was so surreal that it still seems too fantastic to be true. You can also find a lot of people who will tell you the financing involved makes it a sad story rather than a happy one.
Ramadi falls. The Iraqi army flees. The great 60-nation anti-Islamic State coalition so grandly proclaimed by the Obama administration is nowhere to be seen.
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: Growing up, there were zero boundaries about what movies and TV I could watch - content or amount. This was really, really not good for me. I have created lots of boundaries around these things, but I always feel like I'm not finding the right s
No. 14 retired The Chicago White Sox retired Paul Konerko's No. 14 jersey Saturday before their game against the Minnesota Twins.
Inside the Sixers: It's hard to build around a cornerstone if you're not completely certain he's the cornerstone you want to build around.
It was not always easy being Kobe. Kobe confirmed this himself. Some crowd would start chanting his name and he'd wonder - who were they really chanting for?
Bob Ford: One thing I believe he knows is that quarterback Tim Tebow is probably going to be on the roster.
Lost pay stub Good thing Andrew McCutchen has direct deposit. The Pittsburgh Pirates star centerfielder laughed off a leaked photo of his pay stub Friday, joking he can handle the attention so long as he still gets paid.
It started with a logo - something Jimmy Curran thought captured the driving belief of his life: that no one should be defined by their limitations.
When John DeAngelis and his nine siblings were growing up on a Bellmawr farm, helping out in the fields was just what you did.
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: My husband and I are expecting our first child. My mother insists on hosting a baby shower (despite my discomfort at having a family member host). I told Mom that I wanted it to be co-ed - I don't see why men should be excluded from the celebration of new life.
Council should pay, but School District must spend wisely
John Smallwood: Denver is first team that is not from the East Coast to win the Division I men's lacrosse title.
Marcus Hayes: This kid gets it, anyway. Maybe it's contagious.
Working on a shoestring, a wing, and a prayer - make that many prayers - Mary Lou Adams and a handful of other volunteers are vowing that the show will go on this year in Gloucester City.
After New Jersey resident Mischele Lewis discovered the online lover she met had a troubled past, she began pushing for a bill that would make sex by deception illegal.
Plus, a Marc Summers game show and Tony Williams gets a rest.
Matusz suspended Orioles lefthander Brian Matusz was suspended eight games by Major League Baseball on Monday for having a foreign substance on his arm during a game in Miami.
Also in Tattle: The winners at Cannes and Eurovision picks Swede over assaulty
This Memorial Day story from 30 years ago was so surreal that it still seems too fantastic to be true. You can also find a lot of people who will tell you the financing involved makes it a sad story rather than a happy one.
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: Growing up, there were zero boundaries about what movies and TV I could watch - content or amount. This was really, really not good for me. I have created lots of boundaries around these things, but I always feel like I'm not finding the right s
Ramadi falls. The Iraqi army flees. The great 60-nation anti-Islamic State coalition so grandly proclaimed by the Obama administration is nowhere to be seen.
Inside the Sixers: It's hard to build around a cornerstone if you're not completely certain he's the cornerstone you want to build around.
No. 14 retired The Chicago White Sox retired Paul Konerko's No. 14 jersey Saturday before their game against the Minnesota Twins.
Matusz suspended Orioles lefthander Brian Matusz was suspended eight games by Major League Baseball on Monday for having a foreign substance on his arm during a game in Miami.
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