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Annual Heartwalk planned
PHILADELPHIA - The Eagles seemingly heard music from everyone except the Eagles during Monday's practice at the NovCare Complex.
Long before Snooki, there was music. It seems quaint to remember a time when Americans didn't have cable TV, before music videos and reality stars, but the original MTV VJs describe the beginning of one of the most influential media experiments of all time in "VJ: The Unplugged Adventures of MTV's First Wave."
Major League Baseball says the umpires were wrong.
GALLOWAY TOWNSHIP - Stacy Lewis feels at home in Atlantic County, so when she saw the devastation Hurricane Sandy caused she felt she had to do something.
"VJ: The Unplugged Adventures of MTV's First Wave" (Atria Books), by Nina Blackwood, Mark Goodman, Alan Hunter, and Martha Quinn with Gavin Edwards
PHILADELPHIA — Coach Alan Laws of the Pleasantville High School boys track and field team stood in the stands afraid to say anything or even move as the Greyhounds ran toward history Saturday afternoon at The Penn Relays Carnival.
PHILADELPHIA - Matt Barkley would have been forgiven for being disappointed, frustrated and even a little bitter about the way the NFL draft unfolded for him.
Scholarship available to Cape May County women
Scholarships available for girls in sciences
Historical Museum hosts model building workshop
Tom Brady may be the best quarterback in football, but he is also infamously, hilariously slow. YouTube videos of his 40-yard dash have gotten many thousands of hits from sports fans looking for a good laugh.
Law fair planned
Atlantic Cape offers computer workshops
Free seminar on caregiving
PHILADELPHIA - Eagles fans who like to watch their favorite team in training camp will no longer have to make the trek to Bethlehem, Pa.
ATLANTIC CITY - The last time WBC lightweight champion Adrien Broner fought in Atlantic City, he visited the local Boys & Girls Club a few weeks after Hurricane Sandy had swept through and caused extensive damage to the facility.
Bank supports charities
Ralph Hunter, 75, of Atlantic City, co-founded and directs the nonprofit African American Heritage Museum of Southern New Jersey in the Newtonville section of Buena Vista Township. Hunter opened it 11 years ago with his private collection of African-American memorabilia, and the nonprofit has added to the collection throughout the years. Hunter recently signed a contract to write “Atlantic City Icons,” his first book, for local-history publisher Arcadia Publishing, of Mount Pleasant, S.C. He spoke to The Press of Atlantic City about Black History Month, the museum and its collection.
Dennis Township offers services for special-needs students
EGG HARBOR CITY - Running back Calvin Cass of St. Augustine Prep celebrated the Hermits' dramatic win over Cedar Creek High School with a football under his arm Thursday.
Students at Middle Township Middle School spent three days and two nights this month learning firsthand about where they live during the annual Sixth Grade Experience at Belleplain State Forest.
College offers discussions
NEW YORK - Korean rapper PSY - who is having a pop culture moment with his viral music video for "Gangnam Style" - says he's been doing funky choreography for a decade in his native South Korea. But he's excited his colorful style is being celebrated in the United States, and around the world.
From clearing their browser history to creating private email addresses, teens are increasingly leveraging their tech-savvy skills to hide their online activities from their parents, a new survey found.
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