Sunday Apr 13
Dealing with the emotional aspects of stroke rehab
Donna didn't expect that things would be easy after her husband Richard suffered the double whammy of a blood infection and a stroke a year ago.
Sunday Apr 13
Boom times for fast-growing Haverford Y
Clad in Spandex, her hair pulled back in a ponytail, and still sweaty from her exercise class, Missy Turner collected her two most important possessions: her sons, ages 1 and 3. While Turner cooled down from her workout Wednesday, the trio lingered in the lobby of the mega-complex that has become one of the region's hottest fitness venues - the ... (more)
Philadelphia Gay News
The Serpent Woman
The Serpent Woman is a rarely performed tragicomic fable originally written in 1762.
Sterling speaks on cannabis law
Eric Sterling, president and co-founder of the Criminal Justice Policy Foundation, came to speak at Drexel Law School March 24 about the complicated and contradictory legislation behind marijuana.
Paul R. Tierney Sr., 84, Melrose Diner manager
Paul R. Tierney Sr., 84, of Bryn Mawr, former general manager of the Melrose Diner in South Philadelphia, died Saturday, March 22, of cardiopulmonary arrest at Sunrise of Haverford.
Penn State Ranked Fifth Best College Investment
Penn State was recently ranked the fifth best college investmentin Pennsylvania.