What is the greatest love story in the English language? Few art forms can rival the power to convey love's complexities and heartrending power than fiction. People can send each other their playlists, poems and portraits all they want, but when you want to be transported into another world and experience another person's heart, we maintain nothing can beat the written word, whether it's Shakespeare or "The Notebook." For Valentine's Day, PhillyVoice asked writers with a local tie this question: What is the greatest love story in the English language? Here's what they shared: Jennifer Weiner: Former Philadelphia Inquirer columnist and author of "In Her Shoes" and other best-sellers. Her novel, Mrs. Everything, will be out on June 25th from Atria Books. I don’t know if Shining Through by Susan Isaacs qualifies as the greatest story in the English language – that would probably be Paradise Lost – but if you’re looking for a ravishing love … [Read more...] about What’s the greatest love story ever?
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New PUBLISHED: 13:40 24 December 2018 | UPDATED: 13:40 24 December 2018 Layth Yousif The main entrance at Highbury Stadium, London. PA Archive/PA Images Arsenal reporter Layth Yousif takes a trip down memory lane as he recalls his beloved Highbury... The famous clock at Highbury's Clock End. Picture: PA ArchiveTen Things I Miss About Highbury...1) The Mystery of the Horse’s Skeleton at the Laundry EndArsenal fans clear away snow from the terraces at Highbury, after manager George Graham promised a free ticket to any supporter who turned up to help with preparations for a match with Coventry City in January 1987As a kid I’d heard the rumours of a horse being buried when they were building the foundations of the original North Bank in 1913, then known as the Laundry End. That a horse and cart that had fallen into the rubble and that the unfortunate creature had to be put down.I’d also heard that when they rebuilt the North Bank in … [Read more...] about Ten Things I Still Miss About Arsenal’s Highbury Stadium
Andrew Dalton and Hillel Italie, Associated Press Updated 8:52 pm PST, Thursday, December 13, 2018 Jazz singer Nancy Wilson. Jazz singer Nancy Wilson. Photo: Frank Franklin II, AP Photo: Frank Franklin II, AP Image 1 of / 90 Caption Close Image 1 of 90 Jazz singer Nancy Wilson. Jazz singer Nancy Wilson. Photo: Frank Franklin II, AP Nancy Wilson, Grammy winning jazz singer, dies at 81 1 / 90 Back to Gallery LOS ANGELES (AP) — Nancy Wilson, the Grammy-winning "song stylist" and torch singer whose polished pop-jazz vocals made her a platinum artist and top concert performer, has died. Wilson, who retired from touring in 2011, died after a long illness at her after a long illness … [Read more...] about Nancy Wilson, Grammy winning jazz singer, dies at 81
SCOTS Tory boss Ruth Davidson has given birth to a child with her partner Jen Wilson. Here's what you need to know about the Scottish politician who despite her rapid rise in Scotland has ruled out becoming UK Prime Minister. Who is Ruth Davidson? Ruth Davidson was born in Edinburgh on November 10, 1978 and grew up in Fife. Her father Douglas played professional football for Partick Thistle before working in the whisky industry. After studying English at Edinburgh University, Ms Davidson was a BBC Scotland journalist for seven years. In 2010, she joined the Scottish Conservatives Party. The following year she became the leader of the Scots party, defeating second placed Murdo Fraser by 2,983 votes. Under her stewardship, the Tories replaced Labour as the second biggest party at Holyrood behind the Scottish National Party (SNP). Last year she was elected as an MP to the constituency of Edinburgh Central. She served for three years in the territorial army from 2003 as a … [Read more...] about Who is Ruth Davidson? Scottish Tory leader who has welcomed her first child with partner Jen Wilson
Sharon Cohen, Ap National Writer Updated 4:03 am, Monday, May 21, 2018 Now Playing: The opioid crisis is putting more women behind bars across the U.S. _ tearing apart families and squeezing communities that lack treatment programs and permanent solutions. In one Tenn. county, many female inmates have cycled in and out of jail. (May 21) Media: Associated Press JACKSBORO, Tenn. (AP) — On opposite sides of the county jail, a mother and her son chat about school, girls, birthday gifts — and their future together. They aren't allowed to see each other face-to-face, so the inmate and the fifth-grader connect by video. "Hi, Mommy," 10-year-old Robby says to Krystle Sweat, clutching a phone in the visiting room as he looks at his mother on a screen, sitting in her cell. Robby hasn't hugged or even touched her since Christmas Day 2015, just before Sweat wound up back behind bars. He runs a hand through his hair, shifts his weight from one leg to another, and … [Read more...] about A crisis intensifies: Addiction lands more women behind bars