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  • Philip Seymour Hoffman dies at 46; Oscar-winning actor

    Academy Award winner Philip Seymour Hoffman, one of the most acclaimed character actors and ambitious performers of his generation, was found dead of an apparent drug overdose inside his New York apartment on Sunday, police said. He was 46. A business...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman dead: Possible heroin found near body, police say

    Philip Seymour Hoffman dead: Possible heroin found near body, police say
    Academy Award-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead of an apparent drug overdose inside his New York apartment on Sunday, police said, adding that two glassine envelopes containing what police suspected to be heroin were found near his body....
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman Found Dead in New York

    Oscar-winning actor Philip Seymour Hoffman was found dead in his New York apartment on Sunday. He was 46. Law enforcement officials said Hoffman died at his apartment in the West Village neighborhood of Manhattan. No cause of death has been determined...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman Opened Up About Drugs Long Before Death

    The news of Philip Seymour Hoffman's death at 46 of an apparent drug overdose shocked Hollywood on Sunday, but his struggle with drugs started more than two decades ago. Last May, Hoffman completed a 10-day detox for drug abuse, which included snorting...
  • Philip Seymour Hoffman Loved Stage as Much as Film

    Despite his critical success in films like "Boogie Nights" and "Capote," Philip Seymour Hoffman said he never really dreamed of leaving the stage. "I just thought I'd ride my bike to the theater. That's what was romantic to me," the NYU Tisch School of...
  • 'At Middleton' first feature film for Baltimore-born director

    'At Middleton' first feature film for Baltimore-born director
    Adam Rodgers and his grandfather thought they were taking the train to Philadelphia to check out colleges. But the cinema gods had other things in mind. "We're coming up the escalator," the Baltimore-born director recalled, "and I see this dolly track,...
  • Disgraced journalist Stephen Glass unlikely to ever be lawyer

    SAN FRANCISCO — A former journalist who fabricated magazine articles is unlikely ever to get a license to practice law, legal experts say. Stephen R. Glass lost a years-long bid to become a lawyer Monday after the California Supreme Court denied...
  • HS, college indoor track season in full swing

     
    It has been a very cruel winter so far. Thankfully, indoor track & field meets are climate controlled. Several local athletes have done well indoors, seemingly a long way from the spring outdoor season. Pennridge's Joey Logue is among them.......
  • Addicted to work, at the cost of love

    Addicted to work, at the cost of love
    Ask people who work too many hours — as in, all the time — why they do it, and one of two responses is likely: a blank stare followed by denial because they have no idea what you are talking about, or complete silence because they are lost...
  • PASSINGS: Luis Avalos

    Luis Avalos Latino playwright, actor on 'The Electric Company.' Luis Avalos, 67, a Cuban American actor who had a regular role as Dr. Doolats on the 1970s public television children's series "The Electric Company" and later was active in Los Angeles'...
  • State court bans ex-reporter Stephen Glass from being a lawyer

    SAN FRANCISCO — A former journalist who fabricated magazine articles lost a years-long bid to become a lawyer Monday in a court ruling that faulted his character and a failure to atone for his prior misconduct. In a unanimous decision, the...