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Sun-Times lays off its entire photo staff The irony being no one was there to photographically document it. #DamnShame @ romenesko @ david_c_steele - EMD (@nerditry) May 30, 2013 Actually, there were some photos taken after the announcement. Philadelphia local news, sports, jobs, cars, homes is your source for all Philadelphia. 24-hour breaking news, sports, weather, entertainment and more. Keep up with your Philadelphia News and Philadelphia Sports. Find Philadelphia Restaurants, entertainment, cars, homes and jobs. - Miami & Ft. Lauderdale News, Weather, Miami Dolphins & More
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Oxholm issues statement on his ouster as Arcadia president
Arcadia's board of trustees voted on Friday to terminate its president of less than two years, Carl "Tobey" Oxholm III, without cause, according to sources. Oxholm, a former Drexel University administrator, said in a statement that he was "surprised and disappointed" that he was not allowed to continue to lead the university and sad that he was unable to say goodbye to students.
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10 Favorite Free Things at Airports Slideshow
Airports aren't known for being full of free goodies, but we've found 10 things that will help you fly happier.
Nutter: Ban on feeding part of plan to end homelessness
Mayor Nutter told a federal judge this morning that his ban on public feeding of homeless people in the city parks is part of his plan to end city homelessness - not a reaction to pressure from cultural groups along the Benjamin Franklin Parkway. "Did the Barnes museum play a role in your decision?"
Owls Insider: Temple preparing for Big East foes
Video: To kick off this season's Owls Insider series, the Inquirer's Keith Pompey heads to Ocean City, N.J., for the Temple Football FanFest and talks to QB Chris Coyer about the Owls' move to the Big East.
Kanye West at Revel
Kanye West played the first of two back-to-back sold out shows at Ovation Hall at Revel resort and casino in Atlantic City on Friday night. The rapper, producer and dater of Kim Kardashian - who, yes, watched him seemingly adoringly from the same box stage-left box where Michelle Obama sat for Beyonce in May - kicked off the show by rising above the crowd on a crane on "Dark Fantasy."
Coldplay Setlist
Coldplay played a highly-energetic brightly-colored sold-out show at the Wells Fargo Center in South Philadelphia on Thursday night. The British four-piece fronted by singer, pianist and sometime guitarist Chris Martin had confetti cut in the shape of birds, butterflies and hearts raining down on fans by the second song in.
Salisbury's Instant Replay: Mets 11, Phils 1
A day of rest didn't have a positive impact on the Phillies as they returned on Monday with their worst loss of the year, an 11-1 loss to the Mets.
GenNx360 Capital buys West Chester-based drilling rig builder Schramm
GenNx360 Capital Partners, a New York industrial buyout firm started by former General Electric Equipment Services boss Arthur H. Harper and his partners - mostly African American engineers and GE veterans - says it has joined with deep-drilling rig builder Schramm Inc.'s president Edward Breiner and other managers to buy the century-old West Chester firm, in hopes of boosting sales to its multinational clients, and cutting costs.
Powell Energy & Solar helps New Jersey churches harness their higher power
Don Powell did not find his calling to bring solar power to houses of worship by reading the Book of Genesis, which contains God's command: "Let there be light." He found it staring at his roof. It was post-recession in late 2008 and Powell, then a residential builder, was in his home office in Moorestown lamenting how much construction work had dried up.
Sunoco had another suitor before Energy Transfer Partners came a-calling
Sunoco Inc., the oil refiner and marketer that is being acquired by Energy Transfer Partners L.P. for $5.3 billion, was courted by a second company that wanted to shut down Sunoco's refineries and to relocate "substantial operations" from Philadelphia.
Pa. House OKs drilling moratorium for SE Pa. basin
HARRSBURG, Pa. - The state House has approved a bill that would slap a moratorium on drilling into the untapped South Newark Basin natural gas reservoir, which lies below portions of southeastern Pennsylvania. The provision approved Saturday was contained in a key piece of budget-related legislation, and still requires Senate approval.