Say what you will about the standup comic turned right-leaning radio talk host. Miller has accomplished something that eludes many in entertainment: a steady gig in the public eye for a quarter century.
Those worldly ambassadors of the hard court, the Harlem Globetrotters, will make their annual...
'We would drive up from high school [in 1997] on the weekend and maybe play for a couple hundred kids in South, Central or North Jersey and then drive right back home, maybe play a show in the South and then be back at home and go to school Monday morning,' drummer Cyrus Bolooki tells Atlantic City Weekly.
'We believe that body art is a beautiful thing, and we want to try to remove the negative stigma that it sometimes has,' says Cyprian Jennetta. 'We don’t think that anyone in general, but in this particular case women with body art, should be shunned or denied any opportunities that those who do not have body art might get.'
Maybe you heard: While a guest on the Bill O’Reilly Fox News program on Thursday, former Pennsylvania Senator and presidential candidate Rick Santorum compared South African Apartheid to Obamacare. Apartheid was the system of racial segregation in South Africa that the late Nelson Mandela, who died on Thursday before the O’Reilly program, spent his life fighting [...]
In what may signal the end of one particular political and micro-societal fight in a section of the city, City Council voted to override Mayor Nutter’s veto of a bill requiring new medical offices to get zoning variance before opening in two Northeast Philadelphia districts. The bill was brought up as a reactionary measure against Healing [...]