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Movie Review: 'A Tale of Love and Darkness'

By Bill Wine
KYW Newsradio

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Natalie Portman has been a screen actress since the age of eleven, when she co-starred with Jean Reno and Gary Oldman in Luc Besson’s… 620 more words

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LISTEN: Mike Francesa Chats With Bernie Williams

LAKE COMO, N.J. (WFAN) — Yankees great Bernie Williams graced those in attendance at Mike Francesa’s end-of-summer celebration at Bar Anticipation with his guitar skills Friday and also chatted with the WFAN host about the 1996 world championship team and the 20-year celebration earlier this month at Yankee Stadium. 96 more words

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Beatles Tribute Concert Held On Staten Island To Benefit Volunteer Group

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — A Beatles tribute concert was held on Staten Island Friday night, to benefit a local nonprofit.

As WCBS 880’s Peter Haskell reported, the Beatles cover band the Blue Meanies played the 1966 album “Revolver” in its entirety in the… 166 more words

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Newbold Neighbors Association Changes Its Name

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – The Newbold Neighbors Association in South Philadelphia changed its name this week.

For years the name has been a source of contention between longtime residents of Point Breeze and newer residents. 320 more words

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School Founded On Second Chances Opens Soon In Kensington

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – A Kensington school with a focus on helping struggling students opens for the first time next month.

The Liguori Academy applied to be a charter school two years ago, but was turned away by the School Reform Commission. 175 more words

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Chester Entrepreneurs Unite To Bring Revenue To City

CHESTER, Pa. (CBS) – The first annual Entrepreneurial Expo for the City of Chester is gearing up for next week.

The goal is to transform the term “Chester Made” into revenue for the people that live there. 175 more words

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Ursinus Makes Offer To Students That’s Hard To Refuse

COLLEGEVILLE, Pa. (CBS) – A local liberal arts college is working to reduce tuition sticker shock by halving the yearly cost to qualified students, no matter their family’s income. 116 more words

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