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    PERKASIE, Pa. -- John Ferrraro spent more than 25 years as a pharmacist.About 17 years ago, he and his then partner, now-husband, Bryan Berchok adopted a child.That got Ferrraro in the kitchen baking cupcakes for school events and birthday parties as Shawn grew up.John's hobby grew into a big business. Now, John, Bryan and their son, a high school junior, operate Papa's Cupcakes in Perkasie.They serve more than 50 varieties of cupcake flavors, each handmade in the couple's home kitchen from scratch and sold at the Perkasie store.Every cupcake is filled with flavors ranging from salted caramel to chocolate chip cookie dough and strawberry rhubarb.Berchok uses the cores to create Daddy's Cakepops, which they also sell at the store.The names of the shop and the pops come from Shawn, who always called John, Papa, and Bryan, Daddy. Papa's Cupcakes | Facebook | Instagram101 North 5th Street, Perkasie, PA 18944
    LAKEVIEW — Ryann Ibasco and James Cox, life partners and co-owners of Chicago Sugar Daddy Patisserie, which opens this week in Lakeview, got their start in baking at a young age. Ibasco learned about running a bakery from his parents, who owned one in the Philippines known for its pandesal, a classic Filipino roll stuffed with cheese and other fillings. Cox’s roots in baking also go back to childhood. “It started when I was studying culinary arts in high school,” Cox said. “We took a tour of the Palms Casino, and I saw all the dessert plates set up and realized that’s what I wanted to do. From then on I’ve always known I’d one day open up a patisserie shop.” Ibasco and Cox said they’re fulfilling their childhood dreams by opening Chicago Sugar Daddy, which on Friday will celebrate its grand opening at 3243 N. Broadway after several months as a pop-up inside Get In the Kitchen, 3617 N. Broadway. The grand opening celebration starts 1 p.m. and will feature a ribbon-cutting ceremony and performances from local drag queens....
    UPDATE: The 5-year-old daughter of a convicted sex offender who died by suicide after an hours-long SWAT standoff at his Carlstadt home on Saturday was there when he shot and killed his ex-wife the night before, authorities said. The little girl apparently told her grandparents, who lived upstairs, that James Cox had killed Massiel Deoleo, 34, of Mahwah, in the downstairs apartment of the family home sometime Friday night. “Daddy killed Mommy,” she told them, but said Cox had assured her that it was only a nightmare, responders said. Police got the girl and the grandparents out of their 6th Street home during Saturday’s prolonged standoff. After nearly eight hours of negotiations failed to get Cox out, water was cut to the home and a SWAT team fired tear gas cannisters into every window in and around his apartment. Members of the the tactical team discharged a flash-bang to disorient him while forcing their way in. "As soon as they made entry, they heard a single gunshot," an investigator told Daily Voice. They found Cox's body and then Deoleo's, he...
    DENVER (CBS4) – After playing under the lights at Mile High Stadium, a former Denver Broncos tight end has chosen to trade in his NFL helmet for a Denver Fire helmet. Former TE Wesley Duke is now one of Denver Fire Department’s newest and most energetic firefighters. Duke, who played for the Broncos in 2005, said the decision to become a firefighter was fueled by commonalities between athletics and firefighting, and a desire to give back to the community that supported his career in the NFL. Wesley Duke (credit: CBS) “I’ve done a lot of good jobs. This is my third professional career, and by far the best,” Duke told CBS4’s Dillon Thomas. After leaving professional football, Duke worked as an over-the-road truck driver. He got married and had three children in that time. Duke said truck diving paid well, but wasn’t as exciting and potentially fulfilling as working a servant to his community. So, after being recruited in-part by DFD Captain Greg Pixley, Duke decided to go all-in on a career in fighting fires. In order to meet criteria...
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