I don’t remember him ever admitting anything was his fault.
Category Archive for 'Life in the Big City'
An order of nuns who have prayed in shifts continuously for the past 100 years will take a break to see Pope Francis. http://t.co/LbiQTLNQRT — Wall Street Journal (@WSJ) September 25, 2015 They’re really called the Holy Spirit Adoration Sisters, according to the WSJ. I always thought they were the Sisters of Perpetual Adoration, but […]
How could anyone not love it? Aside from alcohol, there are two things, above all, that journalists, as a species, enjoy: sleeping in and free food. It was hard to imagine which of those would win out this morning at Reading Terminal Market, where a media breakfast for journalists on Pope assignment started at 8:30 […]
The first one in I don’t know how long. It’s cooled things off considerably and I get to open the window and listen to the sounds of rain.
Over the waterfront!
So they never managed to put any of the Wall St. bankers in jail for crashing the economy, but they arrest these guys and call a press conference? They must be so proud. Federal agents raided the Manhattan headquarters of Rentboy.com as part of a money laundering and state prostitution investigation Tuesday, authorities said. Seven […]
Mayor Nutter says all the plans for the Pope’s visit are going just fine! Even though all the restaurants that are supposed to feed one million visitors have no idea how they’re supposed to get their supplies.
I’ve been wondering when this obvious thing would happen: The most exciting news about the papal visit thus far. Update to the Dirty Franks Mural! #PopeinPhilly pic.twitter.com/5PGavJVdEb — Lauren Vidas (@BroadAndMarket) August 10, 2015 I started going to the iconic Dirty Frank’s dive bar when I was 15. I haven’t been in years but I […]
I turned the A/C on at 8:30. I had a hardboiled egg and iced tea for breakfast. It is pretty damned hot.
My, I can hardly keep track these days: A man armed with an assault rifle opened fire at a crowded park in Desire Sunday (July 26), shooting at least four people, including a man left critically wounded, New Orleans police said. The attack came around 6:20 p.m., when Edith Sampson Playground Park at the corner […]