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Local Volunteers Bring Aid And Relief To Louisiana Flood Victims

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — In the wake of historic flooding that left more than 100,000 homes in Louisiana damaged, thousands of volunteers are making their way down to help out. 235 more words


TRI Screening in Philadelphia

This Wednesday, August 31, TRI, an award-winning indie film, is screening at the Trocadero theatre in Philadelphia. I just finished watching this movie, and I enjoyed it.  284 more words

Michael Cavacini

On Doctors and Healthcare

“You can’t spell ‘medicine’ without ‘sin’…. At least phonetically” –   Young Ben Franklin

I admire the times that we currently live in. Everyone aspires to higher education, with the opportunity for well-respected professions in the legal and medical field open to more candidates! 174 more words

Ben Franklin

Ties in the library

I’ve written here at Nocturnal Librarian about libraries that lend more than books, including one NYPL branch that lets kids borrow dolls, and other libraries that lend cake pans, telescopes, tools, art, and park passes. 334 more words

Thousands Take To The Streets For Third Annual Philly 10K

by Tim Jimenez

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — An annual run showcasing several city neighborhoods is in the books.

It was a warm summer Sunday morning for the third annual Philly 10K. 210 more words


Police Describe Fatal Sicklerville Crash As 'Gruesome'

SICKLERVILLE, NJ (CBS) — A man is dead following a bizarre car wreck on Sicklerville Road in Winslow Township New Jersey.

Winslow Township police got the call around 4 a.m. 121 more words


Country Singer Tim McGraw Crashes Philadelphia Wedding

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A bride and groom got the surprise of a lifetime this weekend when country singer Tim McGraw crashed their wedding.

The singer made his debut during the dad-daughter dance at Lisa White and Paul Getz’s wedding on Saturday. 169 more words