It’s just a small error. But, geeze, what an error!
The New York Times today wrote about the indictment of Seth Williams, and the article was pretty good.
"This is awful," says owner Avram Hornik.
Imagine the possibilities – but don't get too excited.
Including wire fraud, extortion, and honest services fraud.
But he wants to run as an independent, so: Good luck!
Monday was the first day of spring, and so, as has become an annual tradition, Rita’s locations all over were giving away free water ice. And around 3 p.m., after they had finished the school day in Lower Merion, two sisters from Wynnewood decided to take a walk to Rita’s on City Avenue in Philadelphia, literally across the street from Lower Merion Township. Read more »
A student has sued a Pennsylvania school district over a bathroom policy that allows transgender students to use the facility of their choice. Read more »
There are good publicists. There are bad publicists. And then there are publicists who somehow pull off what should be completely impossible. Well, whoever Terrence Howard‘s publicist is, he or she deserves a big, big raise. Read more »
In what very well may be a first for Philadelphia, a write-in candidate will claim victory in yesterday’s special election to fill a vacant seat in the state House of Representatives. Read more »
Heather DeRussy is a married mother of five who owns two bar-restaurants in Philadelphia. She enjoys a drink or two after a busy day at work. But on one recent night when she stopped off at the Dolphin in South Philadelphia to relax, things didn’t go as planned. Read more »
Philadelphia approved zoning permits for seven proposed medical marijuana sites yesterday, Philly.com reports.
One of them stands out: a potential marijuana-growing facility that would be located in the same factory as Zitner’s – the iconic Philly Easter egg candy company that started as a mom-and-pop in 1920. You know, the one that makes the buttercream, double coconut, chocolate-coated Butter Krak eggs. Read more »
Ellen DeGeneres will apparently shut down Walnut Street on Wednesday afternoon. Read more »