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Remembering When Bishop Desmond Tutu Came To Philadelphia

by Alex Lloyd Gross Slavery is wrong. It is stupid. many nations condoned slavery, including America, which has held black people and Chinese people  as forced laborers. in fact, the practice still exists in some area of the United states, but it is called indentured servitude. In South Africa, they called it Apartheid.  One man

Obituary For Harry Whitman

Harry Whitman, 94, of Easton, PA, passed away Wednesday, October 13, 2021, at Saucon Valley Manor, Hellertown, PA.  Born February 22, 1927, in Upper Black Eddy, PA, he was the son of the late John Edward and Margaret (Culberson) Whitman, Sr.  He is predeceased by his wife of 65 years, Ethel (Haney), with whom he

Bristol Twp First Responder Family Loses One of its Own

  Digital Reporter- Jeff Bohen   A Bristol Township Fire Company reported on its social media page the loss of a local first responder recently. The Newportville Fire Company #1 Station 12/82 posted on Facebook long time Fire Police Captain, Fire Police Lieutenant, and Treasurer Bruce Williams had passed away. “Bruce was long time member

Stan Lee was no stranger to Philly area

By Alex Lloyd Gross Stan Lee, the marvel who developed characters for Marvel and DC Comics  died yesterday, November 12, 2018  from an undisclosed  illness.  He was taken from home to Cedar Sinai Medical Center. While he lived in California, Lee traveled to Philadelphia, well into his 90,s, making two convention appearances at Wizard World

Rehl, Norma Charlotte age 91 of Newton, NJ passed away peacefully Monday September 17, 2018 in Frankford Township, NJ. Born in Brooklyn, NY, she has resided in Newton, NJ for many years. Daughter of the late Benjamin Harrison and Sophie (nee Misiewicz) von Pentz, she was a loving and devoted wife, mother, grandmother, homemaker, collector