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  • 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......
  • Banner out of the picture is mostly cosmetic change

     
    At first interpretation, this morning's bombshell about Joe Banner being out as Philadelphia Eagles president, first reported by The Philadelphia Inquirer, seems more driven by public relations than anything else. The slightly built Banner had played...
  • Corbett eyeing PLCB housecleaning?

     
    Gov. Tom Corbett said this morning that he doesn't see the need for the Pennsylvania Liquor Control Board to have a chief executive officer and could move to eliminate the position as soon as he adds another appointee the agency's......
  • Monday Morning Coffee: For Corbett, questions about Sandusky will always be tough ones.

     
    With former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky behind bars, convicted on 45 of 48 counts of child sexual abuse, it might have been the question that Gov. Tom Corbett thought had finally gone away. But with last week's......
  • News and notes: Penn State donations climb despite scandal

     
    News and notes: Penn State donations continue to climb despite scandal...
  • Tuesday Morning Coffee: Santorum Takes A Pass On Endorsing Romney.

     
    Good Tuesday Morning, Fellow Seekers. When we were just a wee blog, our crazed cossack cousin Vladimir Pushkin Raskolnikov Vanya Karenina War and Peace Capitol Ideas used to take us on long walks on the grounds of his dacha on......
  • Parkland grad Jon Ward receives Philly Inquirer Academic honor

     
    Ursinus College junior forward and Parkland High grad Jon Ward has been named the 2011-12 Philadelphia Inquirer Academic All-Area Men's Basketball Performer of the Year. Ward, a member of Parkland's 2009 District 11 championship team, is one of five...
  • 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......
  • Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia: What did the critics think?

    Barnes Foundation in Philadelphia: What did the critics think?
    One of the most controversial moves in recent art-world memory, the relocation of the Barnes Foundation, has drawn the national press to Philadelphia where the venerated art institution opened its new building earlier this month. The Barnes, which was...
  • Corbett taps top aide for judge, says it's not shakeup

    Corbett taps top aide for judge, says it's not shakeup
    Gov. Tom Corbett's chief of staff, Bill Ward, will be nominated to fill a vacancy on the Allegheny County Court of Common Pleas, the governor's office announced Thursday. Ward, 60, of Mount Lebanon, Allegheny County, will depart his position effective...
  • Wendy Larry's legacy at ODU: A fierce competitor, and a friend

    Wendy Larry's legacy at ODU: A fierce competitor, and a friend
    Mel Greenberg was surprised at the timing. Ticha Penicheiro wondered whose decision it really was. And Debbie Taylor cried. Wendy Larry's resignation on Tuesday after 24 seasons, 17 consecutive conference championships and 20 NCAA tournament...