For many years, Nov. 11 was a holiday for me. It meant no reveille that morning. It meant a day without fighting my way through traffic formations. It meant no maneuvering to try to find a seat on the express train to town. It was a day to desist from the duties of the day’s regimented drills. Clearly, I wasn’t AWOL. I was just on a day’s leave, thanks to the veterans. I always appreciated that day.
Parishioners of Our Lady of Calvary Roman Catholic Church in the Far Northeast were informed during Sunday’s Masses that their pastor, the Rev. John Paul, had been accused of molesting minors and voluntarily had resigned the post he had held for 13 years.
Virtually everyone who plays guitar or has been involved in the music industry is familiar with Ibanez guitars.
City Controller Alan Butkovitz, fresh off a resounding re-election win, now has about a year to ponder a big question.
Three years ago, Deneen Raysor and Jo Ann Runewicz dutifully installed the floor to their co-owned fitness facility and martial arts school, themselves.
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At first, the pimp with the nursing school background tried to resuscitate the “John” as he lay unresponsive on the floor.
Frankford High School’s football players fully understand the opportunity that awaits them.
Almost three years after two Philadelphia SWAT officers stared death in the face inside the basement of an Oxford Circle row home, a city judge threw the book at the gunman who almost took their lives.
DAYTRIPPERS Nov. 17. The Country Theatre. $52 for members and $50 for guests. Featuring a 2-hour movie on actors who have performed on the national stage over the last five decades. Lunch at Café Alessia. 215-698-7300.