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Also in Tattle: Alicia Keys preggers again, court tracks David Cassidy, Ne-Yo wants "commissions" back from his manager.
Joe Howe was late in paying his state taxes, but he has a serviceable excuse.
Sunday, racing analyst Dale Jarrett will be at Pocono, site of some of his top driving moments.
Steve and Mia also deal with the "he's just a friend" issue.
Lou Mascolo's domestic drama is set against the Phillies' still-hard-to-fathom failure to win the 1964 National League pennant.
Felon-turned filmmaker brings his story to BlackStar festival, while "The Killing" resurfaces on Netflix for a final season.
Multiroom sound systems and streaming audio services are exploding. Take your marriage wows, here.
If you moved to Philadelphia during the last 20 years, you speak a different language than the rest of us.
If moral values and good intentions were the only criteria for evaluating films, director Anthony Fabian's Louder Than Words, the moving true story of a couple who single-handedly build a children's hospital after losing their young daughter, should be in line for a best-feature Oscar.
Nicely timed to cash in on the Ebola panic, Cabin Fever: Patient Zero - the prequel to the gross-out franchise about a lethal flesh-eating virus and its party-hardy victims - isn't going to do much for the tourism trade in the Dominican Republic.
The opening shots of Code Black, Ryan McGarry's riveting, you-are-there documentary about life and death in the emergency room of Los Angeles County/USC Medical Center, look like total chaos. Imagine a body on a gurney, blood oozing from the chest cavity, rolled into the middle of a rush-hour subway car, people jostling, yammering, trying to move to the exits, and the doors opening and more people squeezing in.
Tucked between the Convention Center and the Vine Street Expressway is a patch of Center City that time and development forgot. Its blocks are veined with cobbled alleys whose names have almost disappeared from the Philadelphia map: Watts, Florist, Clarion, Spring. In contrast to the snoozy monoculture that is the Convention Center, the little enclave is packed with humming workshops and rowhouses.
Keys, Williams expecting babies It's on again for "It's on Again" singer Alicia Keys! She's expecting her second child with hub Swizz Beatz, the hip-hopster who in April was accepted to Harvard Business School. The couple confirmed the rumors on their fourth wedding anniversary Thursday. Their son, Egypt Daoud, was born in October 2010.
The red 1925 Alfa Romeo roadster is beautiful. The clothes - flapper frocks, bespoke smoking jackets, creamy tennis getups, jaunty hats - are likewise lovely. The scenery? Can you go wrong with the Cote d'Azur, the gardens of Provence?
If moral values and good intentions were the only criteria for evaluating films, director Anthony Fabian's Louder Than Words, the moving true story of a couple who single-handedly build a children's hospital after losing their young daughter, should be in line for a best-feature Oscar.
If you moved to Philadelphia during the last 20 years, you speak a different language than the rest of us.
Multiroom sound systems and streaming audio services are exploding. Take your marriage wows, here.
Felon-turned filmmaker brings his story to BlackStar festival, while "The Killing" resurfaces on Netflix for a final season.
Lou Mascolo's domestic drama is set against the Phillies' still-hard-to-fathom failure to win the 1964 National League pennant.
Steve and Mia also deal with the "he's just a friend" issue.
Sunday, racing analyst Dale Jarrett will be at Pocono, site of some of his top driving moments.
Joe Howe was late in paying his state taxes, but he has a serviceable excuse.
Also in Tattle: Alicia Keys preggers again, court tracks David Cassidy, Ne-Yo wants "commissions" back from his manager.
She changed brokers and is questioning the paperwork involved.
Curbside Care coordinates on-demand, in-person house calls by nurse practitioners and doctors via mobile and Web-based applications.
Marcus Hayes: Marlon Byrd, Jonathan Papelbon say they believe the Phillies can contend in the future.
David Murphy: Ruben Amaro Jr. is not a player when it comes to economics of the game.
Paul Domowitch: LeSean McCoy figures dropping five pounds will make him even more elusive than he already was.
David Murphy: Ruben Amaro Jr. is not a player when it comes to economics of the game.
 
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