March 29, 2016
Adapted from a recent online discussion. Question: I am soon to be 30 and have a master's degree and a blossoming career in my chosen field. I live in a busy and expensive city, but I have made my own way. I have never thought about having kids or being married until I met someone just a few weeks ago. I have found myself wanting all those things with him: house, kids, dog, wedding. How soon is too soon for all of this? I'm kind of scared by the thought that decisions that used to be so scary to me are now something I look at fearlessly.
March 26, 2016 |
The boys would be grown now, in their mid-30s, perhaps with children of their own. Instead, they're frozen in photographs and memories, brothers John and Daniel Jr., forever 3 and 4. They died in the same bed in a 1985 Oxford Circle rowhouse fire that prosecutors say was set by their father, Daniel Dougherty - now being retried for murder and arson in Philadelphia Common Pleas Court. Dougherty denies setting the fire, saying he loved the boys and tried to save them. On Thursday, the horror of that August night more than 30 years ago came back fresh and full.
March 20, 2016
More coverage online at philly.com/cause
February 26, 2016
Guess from these photos where Inquirer restaurant critic Craig LaBan ate this week. (Answers below.) 1. Beef dumplings 2. Angry Dragon roll 3. Pancita tacos For a fresh serving of Craig's Crumb Tracker quiz, join him 2 p.m. Tuesdays on his online chat: inquirer.com/ labanchats Answers: 1. Dim Sum Garden (1020 Race St.) 2. Bubblefish (909 Arch St.) 3. Barbacoa South Philly (1703 S. 11th St.)
February 24, 2016 |
PhotoMedex, a Horsham skin health company, said it will sell its consumer and professional products businesses to DS Healthcare Group in Pompano, Fla. for $48 million in stock and a note over three years. The boards of PhotoMedex and DS Healthcare have unanimously approved the deal, which is expected to close in the second quarter. PhotoMedex said the sale is a good strategic fit, with complementary product expertise, economies of scale, and international reach. Under the terms, PhotoMedex shareholders will own about 43 percent of the company, and DS Healthcare shareholders will own about 57 percent.