A Benjamin Franklin bust, which was valued in excess of $3 million, was stolen along with a small portrait from a home in Bryn ...
A real estate developer won an auction this morning for Cherry Hill's Woodcrest Country Club with a bid of $10.1 million. Cherry Hill Land Associates won a "lively and robust" closed-door auction at the Blank Rome Law Firm in Philadelphia, outbidding the Union League of Philadelphia, Camden County, and WGCA Associates, an entity backed by insurance executive George E. Norcross ...
Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst is canceling its annual July 4 celebration including fireworks, saying it doesn't have the funds this year because of civilian furloughs resulting from Washington's budget sequestration. The cancellation was announced in a statement on the base's website today. The base normally opened the events to the public as a means of showcasing its ...
In a recent interview with Hoops Hype, Sixers all-star guard Jrue Holiday said that center Andrew Bynum, who has taken a lot of heat for not playing this season, is "an awesome ...
The Flyer's last medium for victory this year has ended with another pitiful loss. Wayne Simmonds seemed destined to continue the Flyers-only streak for the cover of NHL '14, following Claude Giroux's appearance last year. After knocking off Jakob Voracek and Evgeni Malkin to make it to the final eight, momentum seemed to be in Simmonds' favor. Until ...
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My Night at Maud's (Ma nuit chez Maud) [DVD]
The protagonist in My Night at Mauds (Ma nuit chez Maud), the third of Eric Rohmers six Moral Tales, is never given a name. And, while the use of the first-person possessive My in the title suggests that we are meant to view the story through his eyes, Rohmer keeps ... ...
The estimated 1,000 high-school students who marched Broad Street to protest School District budget cuts on Friday were not just visible. They were loud, rambunctious and utterly unmoved by the politics of the ...
BENSALEM, Pa. (CBS) — People in several Lower Bucks County communities are on the lookout for a bear seen recently in Hulmeville and Bensalem. It may seem unusual, but it shouldn’t: this is the season for wildlife to be on the ...
A real estate group was top bidder this morning for the Woodcrest Country Club in Cherry Hill at $10.1 million, according to a source familiar with the auction. However, the results of the auction have not yet been formally announced. The 10 a.m. auction was closed to the public. Woodcrest Country Club filed for bankruptcy last May. Three bidders were known to have expressed interest. The ...
It's time once again for you to write the caption to Rob Tornoe's latest sports cartoon. Post your best ideas in the comments. Rob will pick the best and we'll announce the results in a few ...
four game suspension to start the 2013-14 season, robbing Pete Carroll and the Seahawks of one of their primary defensive pieces. Irvin's suspension is the fifth for the Seahawks during Carroll's tenure as head coach, which started in 2010 - the most of any team in that ...
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The world's best known footballer was speaking after formally announcing his retirement.
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Union Human Resource and Development (HRD) Minister M.M. Pallam Raju would be on a five-day visit to Washington DC, Philadelphia and Boston beginning on May 13 for dialogue on higher education.
"This a continuation of India-US higher education dialogue which was initiated in 2009 after the Prime Minister Dr Manmohan Singh's visit to the US during the same year, " Pallam Raju told the media here today.
This visit is the follow up of the Obama-Singh initiative taken on higher education. The focus of the visit would be on strengthening and enhancing higher education initiatives- 8 projects have been identified under this initiative. Strategic dialogue on higher education would take place. The visit will also cover school education and skill development sector.
Pallam Raju also discussed 'Connect to India' programme where US students will be coming and joining higher research institutes in India. The visit will also focus on exchange of faculty and development of faculty.
The Government has also initiated a scheme through University Grants Commission (UGC) to sponsor Indian researchers at the Post-Doctoral level and the first batch of 126 Indian scholars is ready to go to the US Institutions for post-doctoral research. ...
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