"His Best Sex Ever" "The Sexy Confidence Men Can't Resist" "78 Ways to Turn Him On" "What Men Find Hot" And this isn't even the Sex Issue. Reading these headlines on a magazine as a woman may make you think: "Hey, what about me?"
President Kennedy was assassinated today.The world has all but stopped in its tracks. People are speechless. People are crying. People are angry. People are personally hurt. People do not know what to say or do or think.
When I first heard about the alleged bullying of Miami Dolphins tackle Jonathan Martin, my reaction was: This guy reminds me of Shawn Andrews, the Eagles longtime right guard.So imagine my shock when I opened the paper and saw that Andrews, too, is now accusing a former teammate — none other than Eagles great Donovan McNabb — of years of harassment.
If Thanksgivingkkah ignites your ire, leave it out of your turkey day celebration. There is always straight-up Thanksgiving. Who could object to that beloved November holiday or find anything problematic about it? Actually, not so surprisingly in this "land of the free," there is always someone to disagree.
Three-year-old Keith seemed content as he passed under the festive blue-and-white balloon arch. His mom, Amiee, held one hand. My daughter, Amy, held the other. It was a testament to the power of parental love paired with early intervention and preschool education.
Keith is a student at the Elwyn Seedlings Early Care and Education Center for preschoolers with autism, where Amy is a teacher.
A few years ago, I found myself on an airplane sitting next to an elderly gentleman. Talk turned to a recent election, and he railed against the runaway costs and bloated inefficiencies of “big government.” But when he noticed that I was reading a book about John F. Kennedy, he insisted that this same bungling, inept government had somehow managed to kill our president—and to keep it all a secret....
As I waited in line to see the "Léger: Modern Art and the Metropolis" exhibition at the Philadelphia Museum of Art this past weekend, I was asked whether or not I wanted the audio tour. While I hesitated for a moment, my girlfriend immediately said no. I was glad that she did.
If passed by the U.S. House, the Employment Non-Disctimination Act would prohibit workplace discriminationagainst lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender employees based on sexual orientation or gender identity.If the federal law passes, it is also necessary to pass similar measures at the state level.
35 - 45 seconds. I've timed it. On average I spend 35 - 45 seconds in my favorite place in Philadelphia. It is consistently one of my favorite 35 - 45 seconds of the day — a 35- to 45-second experience that I love to share, bringing visiting friends and asking strangers how much they love it too. I speak about it in hushed excitement: "Have you been? Isn't it amazing??" My favo...
Eric loves living in South Philly's East Passyunk neighborhood. Before moving to Philadelphia in 2009, he spent some time on the "dark side" producing web content at MTV Networks in New York. Eric did some freelance work for WNYC, but prior to that he lived in Minneapolis and produced websites and email newsletters for many of Minnesota Public Radio's programs. Highlights from that time include meetings with a barefoot Garrison Keillor in his office, biking around the beautiful lakes of Minneapolis, and eating plenty of cheese curds, corn dogs and pronto pups at the Minnesota State Fair every year. Eric is originally from Michigan and wears his Detroit Tigers cap with pride.