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Workers Stand For America

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Jones Marks Birthday Hosting Elite In White Linen

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Down The Shore

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Down The Shore

Congressman Bob Brady hosts his annual “Brady Bunch” party in North Wildwood. Our photographer was on the scene to catch who was talking politics while relaxing down the shore.      Send article as PDF   

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Are You Ready For Some Football?

By RORY McGLASSON Mayor Michael Nutter can probably throw an American football easier than he can kick a soccer ball, but that didn’t stop him trying to bend a ball like David Beckham down the art museum steps on Friday. Standing at the top of the “Rocky” steps, Mayor Nutter joined officials from Major League […]

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Opening Reception for Mary Ellen Mark Photo Exhibition

Mainline contributor Bonnie Squires attends opening Reception for Mary Ellen Mark Photo Exhibition.    Send article as PDF   

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Complete Photo Coverage of Barnes Foundation Museum Opening – by Bonnie Squires

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Gone, But Not Forgotten: City Pays Homage To Fallen Police & Fire Officers At Living Flame Memorial Service

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Gone, But Not Forgotten: City Pays Homage To Fallen Police & Fire Officers At Living Flame Memorial Service

By RORY McGLASSON It’s been 23 days since the city lost two firefighters in a Kensington blaze, so this year’s tribute to fallen police and fire officials was more somber than usual. Two Philadelphia Fire Department firefighters – Lt. Robert Neary and Firefighter Daniel Sweeney –died in the line of duty, following a five-alarm fire […]

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Election Day: Philly Voters To Decide Attorney General Primary Race?

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by RORY McGLASSON Patrick Murphy knows Philadelphia and its neighboring suburbs must vote en masse for him today to defeat Kathleen Kane in the race to carry the Democratic flag for attorney general. The race for attorney general could prove to be the most interesting race today in Pennsylvania. Kane and Murphy have been fighting […]

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Philly’s Latest Boxing Champ Danny Garcia Honored At City Hall; Has His Sights On Mayweather, Pacquiao Fight

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by RORY McGLASSON Could Philadelphia’s latest world boxing champion be set for superstardom? Danny “Swift” García seems to think so. The current WBC Light Welterweight Champion was presented a city citation at a special ceremony hosted by Mayor Michael Nutter, Councilman Curtis Jones, Jr. and Councilwoman Maria Quinones Sanchez today. During the presentation ceremony, Garcia […]

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Kal Rudman: “He took me under his wing” – Music Publisher Remembers His Friend Dick Clark

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by RORY McGLASSON Kal Rudman, known around the world as “the man with the golden ears” and the uncanny ability to pick hit songs, owes much of his own success in the music-industry to the late Dick Clark. Rudman, a philanthropist and publisher of six national music-industry trade journals, including the well-known Friday Morning Quarterback, […]

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