nj.com — HACKENSACK - Wearing a bright orange jump suit with the letters "BCJ Prisoner" on the back, the priest at the center of the furor in the archdiocese in Newark made his first court appearance this morning on charges he violated a court sanctioned ban on working with children. The Rev.
phillyburbs.com — SEASIDE HEIGHTS, N.J. (AP) - Visitors to the Jersey shore this weekend will find many of their favorite beaches and boardwalks ready for summer, thanks to a massive rebuilding effort after Superstorm Sandy.
publishersweekly.com — Many booksellers are heading to BookExpo America next week. But Cathy Fiebach is planning to give the show a pass. Instead she'll be opening the doors on May 28 to her new 1,700 sq. ft. bookstore, Main Point Books in Bryn Mawr, Pa., on Philadelphia's Main Line.
nytimes.com — Against all odds, James Levine is back. On Sunday afternoon Mr. Levine, one of the greatest living American conductors and a musician who has defined the Metropolitan Opera for more than 40 years, cruised onto the stage of Carnegie Hall in a motorized wheelchair and conducted the Met Orchestra in a substantial program, his first performance anywhere in more than two years.
adirondackalmanack.com — Photo: Northern Lights Across Brant Lake A large sunspot has been active on the sun lately, and I happened to be up to see the glow of the aurora across Brant Lake in the wee hours of the Saturday morning.
thisamericanlife.org — After years of being stuck, the national conversation on climate change finally started to shift - just a little - last year, the hottest year on record in the U.S., with Hurricane Sandy flooding the New York subway, drought devastating Midwest farms, and California and Colorado on fire.
nytimes.com — IN my New York City apartment, the kitchen drawers, the coat closet, even the wine rack are overflowing with a type of waste that is rapidly disappearing elsewhere - the used plastic shopping bag. Many countries and a handful of American cities have more or less done away with this supposed convenience item, by discouraging its use through plastic-bag taxes at checkout counters or outright bans.
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