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** Lady in the Lake by Laura Lippman

The Lady in the Lake is a dead woman, but the story is not about her, but rather about the journalist who, recently separated from her husband and the life of a wealthy Jewish matron, is trying to make a name for herself while pursuing a secret affair with an African-American police officer and taking some liberties with the truth. 73 more words


Have Your Cake and Kill Him Too

Have Your Cake and Kill Him Too (Blackbird Sisters Mystery) by Nancy Martin

Nora starts to dabble into the political realm while trying to decide who will be able to provide the best future for her, a stable reporter or the almost gangster she loves. 741 more words

Book Review

A 2-Year-Old Is Dead and an 11-Month-Old Is in Critical Condition After Two Weekend Philadelphia Shootings

Separate shooting incidents in Philadelphia this weekend left a 2-year-old dead and an 11-month old in critical condition, events that the city’s police commissioner Christine Coulter said were examples of “senseless violence that traumatizes nearby children and upset their sense of security.” 719 more words

2019 Philadelphia 3-Day Wrap-Up

Over the weekend, hundreds of walkers, Crew and supporters gathered to celebrate the Susan G. Komen Philadelphia 3-Day. We were so honored to return to the East Coast, especially during Breast Cancer Awareness Month to bring more awareness to our mission, and the whole Philadelphia community came out in support of this goal. 560 more words



I think we can all say confidently Ben is not a good shooter. Hell, even Ben said it.

Ok now that we got that out the way, let’s have a real talk about this 76ers team and Ben’s importance to it. 788 more words