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June 18, 2013 | By Maggie Michael and Haggag Salama, Associated Press
LUXOR, Egypt - Angry tourism workers and activists in Luxor threatened Monday to block a newly appointed Islamist governor from his office because of his links to a former militant group that killed scores of people in a 1997 attack in the ancient city and devastated Egypt's sightseeing industry. Adel el-Khayat was named to the provincial governor's post Sunday by President Mohammed Morsi, causing the outrage. Khayat is a member of the Construction and Development party, the political arm of Gamaa Islamiya, which waged an armed insurgency against the state starting in 1992 and attacked police, Coptic Christians, and tourists.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 18, 2013 | By Howard Gensler
IN THE fifth episode of the eighth season of "Curb Your Enthusiasm," always-cranky Larry David vents his frustrations at "pig parkers," those folks who park over the lines and take up more than one spot. Tattle brings this up because according to TMZ.com, the show's co-executive producer Jeff Garlin (who also plays Larry's buddy, Jeff) was arrested by Los Angeles police Saturday on a felony vandalism charge after a dispute with another motorist over . . . A parking space.
NEWS
June 7, 2013
HERE WE GO again - another non-union contractor with unskilled labor causing carnage, death and mayhem in our city. It goes without saying that our prayers are with the families of the deceased and the injured. Demolition is a skilled trade requiring training and supervision. Union labor requires apprenticeships, thousands of hours of instruction and on-the-job training to ensure competence and safety. Workers at 22nd and Market allegedly weren't wearing hard hats, were working in the dark with inadequate lighting and failed to properly brace the party wall.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 5, 2013 | By Carolyn Hax
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: My husband, an amazing man whom I love dearly, believes I am still hurting from an abusive ex-boyfriend. My husband thinks professional counseling could help me release the hurt and anger that seem to haunt me. I know I am still scarred from "Bealza- Bob," but I've never thought I needed counseling. My family and friends know BealzaBob was emotionally and physically abusive, but I haven't told them everything as I don't want to hurt them.
NEWS
April 30, 2013 | By Orlando R. Barone
Remember when you first heard the heartbeat of your first child? I do. It was a painfully faint sound emanating from my wife's tummy, indistinguishable for a long time from other raucous gurgles with which it was competing. It presented as a sort of slurp-crunch, seemingly random, until, at length, I detected its regularity. Maida and I gazed into each other's eyes and smiled simultaneously. We knew our love was monumental, but this, this slurp-crunch, was miraculous beyond all telling.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 18, 2013 | By Howard Gensler
OVER THE COURSE of Tattle's lengthy tattling career, virtually every nationality, ethnic group and religious sect has been offended by something done by some celebrity, movie or TV show. Today, we bring you the Hindus, who are mad at Selena Gomez for having a sparkling bindi on her head in an Indian-themed performance of "Come & Get It" at the MTV Movie Awards. Leaders at the Universal Society of Hinduism want Selena to apologize for wearing the religious adornment. "The bindi on the forehead is an ancient tradition in Hinduism and has religious significance," Rajan Zed told World Entertainment News Network.
NEWS
April 17, 2013 | By Joseph A. Slobodzian, Inquirer Staff Writer
He is known only as "Baby Boy B," a fetus estimated to be 28 weeks old, found frozen in an altered one-gallon plastic water jug in Dr. Kermit Gosnell's West Philadelphia abortion clinic. His passing went unnoticed and undocumented, but on Monday, prosecution and defense lawyers struggled to get Philadelphia's chief medical examiner to say whether he was stillborn or killed by Gosnell after being born alive during an abortion. "Based on the totality of the evidence . . . you cannot testify to anyone that this fetus was born alive?"
NEWS
April 14, 2013 | By Kirsten Grieshaber and Robert H. Reid, Associated Press
BERLIN - For nearly 30 years, the Berlin Wall was the hated symbol of the division of Europe, a gray, concrete mass that snaked through neighborhoods, separating families and friends. One morning last month, it took hundreds of police to guarantee the safe removal of 15 feet of what's left of the wall. Construction crews, protected by about 250 police, hauled down part of the three-quarter-mile strip of the wall to provide access to a planned luxury apartment complex overlooking the Spree River.
NEWS
April 6, 2013 | By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer
The firing of Rutgers University basketball coach Mike Rice and resignation of his assistant coach Jimmy Martelli do not appear to have quieted the scandal, as a concerned chorus of voices continued to rise. While their approaches differ, most of the critics agree: More investigation is needed. More than 50 faculty members have signed a letter calling for athletic director Tim Pernetti to be fired, while 28 faculty signed a separate letter calling for president Robert L. Barchi to step down.
NEWS
April 2, 2013
I DON'T KNOW which is more out of touch: a) the wife of a man who, when investigated for posting a picture of his son holding what appears to be an assault rifle on Facebook, states that her husband posted the picture because he was angry that the president was elected in 2008; or b) a newspaper article that references the man's fear that his gun would be taken away. In this post-Newtown environment, people want to make sure that laws of gun ownership are enforced. If you post a picture of what looks to be an assault weapon in a state where sale and ownership of assault weapons are banned, you should expect the government to react.
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