Beyond macho workouts: Men’s health improves with easy exercise After Glenn Gehan graduated from college, he knew he didn’t want to keep up the intense workouts that had allowed him to attend the University of Southern California on a swimming scholarship. He gave up the meet-focused, year-round, four-hours-a-day ... 06/4/2012 - 10:31 am | View Link
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Nature’s waterpark takes center stage at state parks like Mirror Lake and Devil’s Lake and countless natural and recreation areas. But the nine-acre Pewits Nest is an especially gorgeous spot slightly off the beaten path.
A look at what Corinthian Colleges Inc. spent on lobbying over the past several years, including more than $300,000 in the first part of 2014.
You can’t say they didn’t try. Corinthian Colleges Inc. – the for-profit college operation behind chains Everest, Heald and WyoTech – spent hundreds of thousands of dollars for lobbying right up until it was announced that its schools would be closing or sold.
CCI’s demise came amidst allegations of bogus job-placement stats, grade manipulation, and misleading marketing.
(Great Beyond)Should a home seller be obliged to reveal that the lovely 4-bedroom with a 2-car garage on half acre just also happened to be the place where previous tenants were brutally murdered? Not if that house is here in Pennsylvania.
Earlier this week, the highest court in the Keystone State ruled [PDF] against a homeowner who was apparently not terribly pleased to find out — after she’d moved in — that the Delaware County house she’d paid $610,000 for had recently been the site of a murder/suicide.
The tragic event occurred in Feb.
Sarah McLachlan, the Grammy Award winning singer whose ballads helped so many of us through heartache and loss, was barely out of her teenage years when her first album was released back in 1988. Now, she's a 46-year-old divorced mom of two girls touring the country to promote her seventh full-length solo album called "Shine On."