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  • Fresh seafood is the specialty in Apalachicola

    Fresh seafood is the specialty in Apalachicola
    The ideal base camp for the Florida Panhandle is Apalachicola, 75 miles southwest of Tallahassee. It has long been famous for its oysters, and lately for its demeanor: a historic fisherman's haven with stylish inns and galleries but solid Old South roots....
  • Tommy Lasorda, 86, is still going strong at Dodger Stadium

    Tommy Lasorda, 86, is still going strong at Dodger Stadium
    Every once in a while, we need to revisit the soul of Dodger Blue Heaven. It should be made mandatory. It's not because it is an easy column. It's not because everybody loves the Dodger Blue Heaven thing, or even loves its leader. Many do not. It's...
  • Holder visits Ferguson, Mo., in bid to have 'calming influence'

    FERGUSON, Mo. U.S. Attorney General Eric Holder met privately on Wednesday with the parents of Michael Brown, part of a one-day swing through the region by the nation's top law enforcement official in the wake of 12 nights of riots and strife. The stated...
  • Aug. 21 Letters:Ethics reform, vendor locations

    Time for reform I have been reading for three weeks now about the court proceedings in the ex-Gov. Bob McDonnell case; it has been covered well by the Daily Press. I guess I am surprised that people making $170,000 a year could be in the financial...
  • Upcoming home, garden events

    •Oyster float workshop. The registration deadline is Friday, Sept. 5, for an upcoming oyster float-building workshop at the Virginia Institute of Marine Science in Gloucester Point. The Tidewater Master Oyster Gardeners Association will teach the...
  • Mozzarella up close and personal at Sagra

    Go hands-on at your next event — from a girls night out, bridal or baby shower to a team-building exercise — with a mozzarella-making dinner at Sagra Bistro in Hellertown. Parties of eight to 30 people can book the restaurant's second-floor...
  • Restaurant review: New Shanty on 19th familiar yet very different

    While there are threads of familiarity between the old Shanty and the new Shanty on 19th, the incarnation is not a rebirth. The Shanty on 19th, which opened about two months ago, certainly calls up memories of the longtime Allentown landmark that closed...
  • VegFest brings celebration of healthy living to South Bethlehem

    From vegan treats to yoga flash mobs, Saturday's 4th annual SouthSide Bethlehem VegFest represents all things healthy living. The free event brings together live music, vendors, speakers, cooking demos and lots of food, including vendors selling...
  • $75,000 fine for poker chip theft is illegal, Pa. high court rules

    The Pennsylvania Supreme Court has found that a mandatory $75,000 fine imposed on a poker dealer convicted of stealing $200 from a Pittsburgh casino is unconstitutional. "The fine at issue here — both in an absolute sense and in a comparative sense...
  • Police: Man left three children alone inside vehicle while gambling at Sands

    Police: Man left three children alone inside vehicle while gambling at Sands
      An Easton man allegedly left his three young children alone in his vehicle Wednesday morning while he gambled at the Sands casino. Maurice Cook, 30, of the 600 block of Wolf Avenue, is charged with reckless endangerment and endangering the welfare...
  • Factbox: Marina Silva's economic proposals for Brazil

    (Reuters) - Brazilian presidential candidate Marina Silva has little experience with economic policy, but her advisers promise a more orthodox, business-friendly approach than leftist President Dilma Rousseff has taken. Eduardo Giannetti da Fonseca, an...