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  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Atheist leader plans to desecrate the Quran.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. Our stern New England relation, Cotton Mather Jonathan Edwards Timothy Dwight Noah Webster Maple Syrup Tasteful Buttondown Capitol Ideas, used to say that there were three things you never discussed in mixed company:...
  • The Incredibly Strange True Story of How We Annoyed Penn State.

     
    So here's one to tell the grandkids about. It's not often you annoy an entire Big 10 university and find yourself a footnote in a major news story. But that's exactly what happened to us yesterday in the lead up......
  • Maybe Magic made right decision by not wanting Bynum and his bad knees

     
    Did Magic make right move by passing on Bynum and knee problems...
  • Monday Morning Coffee: Gov. Corbett takes a hit in new Inquirer poll.

     
    Good Monday Morning, Fellow Seekers. We've all had them -- those days when you feel like you just should have stayed in bed, maybe poured yourself a bowl of Lucky Charms or Kix and curled up with some trash TV.......
  • What happened to the quarterbacks?

     
    In 2009, Penn State successfully recruited Kevin Newsome, the nation's No. 10 quarterback, according to the recruiting site Scout.com. The following year, Penn State brought in Paul Jones (No. 3 nationally) and Rob Bolden (No. 8), an ostensibly successful...
  • The Morning Fix: Bad 'Luck' for Time Warner. Comcast earnings up.

     
    Time Warner and Comcast earnings. A fire at Tyler Perry's studio complex....
  • A prom goer???s checklist: Bring the corsage, leave the cocktails

     
    ?? As kids and their parents get ready for prom season, their checklists could go like this: Gown and tux? Got ‘em.?? Corsage and boutonniere? Double check.?? Key to the liquor cabinet? No way.?? Booze is not a prom accessory. And the Florida...
  • Dog Law Singing Same Tune

     
    Amy Worden of the Philadelphia Inquirer, who does a stellar job writing about issues relating to dogs and other animals and specifically about problems at the Office of Dog Law Enforcement, has an excellent blog post following up on her......
  • Sarajevo with tears: Another walk down Logavina Street

     
    Barbara Demick says that" real Sarajevans don’t like to talk about the war," but her book, "Logavina Street," follows the lives of a small community during the conflict. It has been re-released, with additional materials, commemorating the 20th...
  • Curtis Drake tells his side of the story

     
    Bill O'Brien didn't dismiss Curtis Drake from the football team, the former player told the Philadelphia Inquirer. The NCAA did. In an interview after Friday's announcement, Drake said that he would have been academically ineligible for the upcoming...
  • Linkages: book stories from your weekend

     
    What did you miss this weekend? A so-so biopic, a pending birth, a death, and a critic weighing in, philosophically....
  • Authors in L.A.: Buzz Bissinger, Richard Ford and Joe Pantoliano

     
    The writer Buzz Bissinger, who appears in Pasadena on Tuesday (details below), has one of those names that feels made up for a superhero comic book. Over the years, however, the quality of his work has made him one of......