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Published: Sun, 11 Dec 2016 13:18:34 GMT2016-12-11T13:18:34Z

 



'Empire' creator Lee Daniels tells not-so-shiny story behind Fox's 'Star'

Sun, 11 Dec 2016 13:18:34 GMT2016-12-11T13:18:34Z

NEW YORK - Lee Daniels is putting himself out there again. The filmmaker and TV producer from West Philadelphia has never been shy about acknowledging the bits of his past that find their way into his work.



Executive Q & A: Joseph S. Martz

Sun, 11 Dec 2016 11:24:42 GMT2016-12-11T11:24:42Z

When Joseph S. Martz, 55, was a high-schooler at Father Judge, he got an after-school job as an office boy at Home Unity Savings and Loan Association in Frankford.



Smerconish: Firing 'Pistachio Girl' was right call

Sun, 11 Dec 2016 06:31:47 GMT2016-12-11T06:31:47Z

Charlie Frank was a hot dog vendor at the Vet in the 1970s. "Daaag, Daaag for sale," he'd bellow as he worked in the aisles in the lower concourse. I can remember buying hot dogs from him regardless of my appetite just to hear him do his routine. Last week, I imitated his pitch for Emily Youcis, who brought her own identity to the role of a stadium vendor. For seven seasons, she's been selling pistachios at Citizens Bank Park with her own distinctive call.



Working to restore jobs to a neighborhood that's in demand again

Sun, 11 Dec 2016 06:31:43 GMT2016-12-11T06:31:43Z

One in a continuing series spotlighting real estate markets in the region's communities. It's all about jobs in Kensington, because without jobs people can't afford to buy or rent homes. Even homes in need of tender loving care.



2017 GMC Acadia AWD Denali: Not bad but a bit of a bore

Sun, 11 Dec 2016 06:31:39 GMT2016-12-11T06:31:39Z

2017 GMC Acadia AWD Denali: Wait, I drove this? Price: $50,855 as tested. (A bare-bones Denali starts at $44,920, and an Acadia entry-level model begins at $29,070.)



A workforce-housing effort breaks ground at last

Sun, 11 Dec 2016 06:31:32 GMT2016-12-11T06:31:32Z

Good things come, they say, to those who wait - in this case, Lawrence McKnight, a principal in BMK Properties, who has done a considerable amount of running in place the last year or so.



Shoveling some snow-removal tips your way

Sun, 11 Dec 2016 06:30:48 GMT2016-12-11T06:30:48Z

I'm a real stickler about snow removal, the result of growing up in Connecticut and plowing my way to lots of cash as soon as I could hold a shovel.



For neighborhood stabilization and revitalization, scattered-site development the way to go

Sun, 11 Dec 2016 06:30:47 GMT2016-12-11T06:30:47Z

A highlight of a recent week was being able to talk with Karen Black and Ira Goldstein in the same afternoon.



Jensen: Nobody in college is playing better than Josh Hart

Sat, 10 Dec 2016 22:20:10 GMT2016-12-10T22:20:10Z

By Mike Jensen NEWARK, N.J. - This was later. Josh Hart had already done his thing and deconstructed it. Villanova teammate Mikal Bridges had explained what he just seen from Hart inside the Prudential Center on a memorable day. A question for Jay Wright: Can he live with Hart's being the favorite for national college player of the year?



Roger Ailes' sexual harassment story headed to big screen

Sat, 10 Dec 2016 06:30:13 GMT2016-12-10T06:30:13Z

Roger Ailes on the big screen A film is in the works about the ouster of Fox News' former chairman and CEO Roger Ailes, says the Hollywood Reporter. To be written by Charles Randolph (The Big Short), it "will focus on Megyn Kelly and the women who brought down the man once considered the most powerful in media," the Reporter said, "with accusations of sexual harassment, as well as the wife, Elizabeth Tilson, who propped him up."



Now hear this: Wedding gifts are not, and never have been, mandatory

Sat, 10 Dec 2016 00:12:05 GMT2016-12-10T00:12:05Z

Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: Are wedding presents still mandatory? Is it poor taste to skip out? I am heading out of town for a wedding. It will cost me and my boyfriend more than $400 each just to fly out and stay for the weekend. My cousin and her boyfriend both make more than we do and are in a more than comfortable position to stock their new home with all the fixings on their registry.



Ex disappoints their 5-year-old - again

Fri, 09 Dec 2016 14:00:59 GMT2016-12-09T14:00:59Z

Question: My ex just missed my daughter's birthday. He was supposed to see her today and apparently forgot all about it. She's 5. I'm just so sad for her right now. I shouldn't assume this will become a thing, but I'm having trouble dispelling visions of a disappointed child for years and years when her inattentive dad forgets.



Men's new fashion reality: the tailored in-between

Fri, 09 Dec 2016 14:00:58 GMT2016-12-09T14:00:58Z

A new vibe is blowing through the menswear scene this winter. In the corporate world, execs are trading in classic, boxy suits for soft, tailored blazers and relaxed trousers in soft herringbones and funky windowpane prints.



Lisa Scottoline: Collect Them All

Fri, 09 Dec 2016 14:00:56 GMT2016-12-09T14:00:56Z

You've heard the expression "Out with the old, in with the new." I'm not familiar. I say that because I'm noticing lately that I'm doing a lot of "in with the new," but not "out with the old."