Today in Philly Labor 11-25-15–JK112515_mono
It’s quite an accomplishment to run a half marathon. But accidentally running a full marathon?That’s something else entirely!Teenager Evan Megoulas is a runner on the Palmyra High School Cross Country Team in Lebanon County, Pennsylvania.On Sunday, he set out to run 13.1 miles in the GORE-TEX Philadelphia Half Marathon.His brother Peter and family gathered at […]
NEW YORK (AP) — Millennials, it’s time to pick up the phone and start saving.That’s the message from digital saving companies such as Acorns, Digit and Stash that cater to people under 35. They offer services for the smartphone that aim to be easy to use, have low fees and don’t require large deposits. Stash, […]
Once again, the Dallas Cowboys are the most expensive NFL team to go see in person.Using data collected by Team Marketing during surveys of National Football League teams, we created the Adult Cost Index (ACI), which is how much it might cost one fan to attend a game. This is a derivative of Team Marketing’s Fan Cost […]
If there’s one thing to take away from all your hungover binging of America’s Next Top Model, it’s that “smize-ing” is the secret to being photogenic… along with being very, very objectively attractive. For the rest of us average-featured folk, here’s a handy set of simple tricks to employ that’ll ensure you end up with […]
This weekend, tens of thousands of runners will line up in front of Art Museum and take to the streets for the city’s signature footrace, the Philadelphia Marathon.The runners competing in the full marathon, half marathon, and 8k races won’t be alone, however. Thousands more will greet them cheering on the streets, from Independence Hall […]
Authorities safely corralled two zebras that escaped from a circus in West Philadelphia on Sunday afternoon.The zebras “briefly went on the loose” from the UniverSoul Circus outside the Mann Center for the Performing Arts at 52nd Street and Parkside Avenue about 2 p.m., a circus spokesman said in a statement. The animals had just finished […]
A series of attacks in Paris killed at least 120 people in the deadliest violence to strike France since World War II. Once news broke of the tragic events, people from all over the world joined forces in solidarity with the European country and those fallen. In an effort to show their support, many countries […]
People in Paris took to social media to find and offer refuge on Friday night, as the city was gripped by chaos following a string of attacks that left dozens dead. The Twitter hashtag #porteouverte, which means “open door” in English, was being used to offer shelter as authorities urged people to evacuate the streets. […]
Serafin Natal had trouble walking in Philadelphia’s first Veterans Day Parade on Sunday. But he would not stop.The 65-year-old Navy man had beaten renal cancer caused by exposure to Agent Orange during the Vietnam War. Doctors took a kidney out of him 10 years ago – only for diabetes to come along, knocking some of […]
The faster you can adapt to change, the greater your ability to maximize the opportunities that come your way. But if you’re bogged down by complex and inefficient benefits administration responsibilities, you may never get ahead of the curve.
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