May 12, 2013
Lawyers, Guns, and Money
This Day in Labor History: May 12, 1902
On May 12, 1902, coal miners in Pennsylvania's anthracite fields went on strike.
The Jewish Journal
On wearing grandpa's tefillin at the Wall
It's just before 7 a.m. when I arrive at Kotel Plaza security station to find long lines.
Couple's everlasting love perseveres with fighting spirit
Steve Dezember's voice may be soft, but his will is strong. Even though ALS is slowly claiming his body, it can't steal his spirit.
Act 13 takes away zoning rights
If the zoning provisions of Act 13 are allowed to stand and drilling is just the beginning, what will follow? Fertilizer plants? Act 13 allows industries to be located in any zoned area of a community.
So Cold: 23 Awful Moments in Ice-Cream-Man History
Yesterday the ice-cream turf wars escalated to a troubling new level when it was reported that two upstate New York Sno Cone Joe vendors were charged with harassment and stalking the competition.