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Weekend headline roundup: Jim Herr, Mike Wallace die

Plus beloved cop back on the tweet beat, Occupy reemerges, young people still can't find jobs.

Happy Easter! Whether you're sprawled in front of your computer in a Peeps-induced coma or trying to rally the will to make the trek to your mom's house (if only for the chocolate egg-filled basket), here are some of today's top headlines.

>> Pennsylvania potato chip maven Jim Herr dies at 88, the Philadelphia Business Journal writes.

>> In other sad people dying news, legendary 60 Minutes newsman Mike Wallace has passed away at the age of 93, CBS News reports.

>> And the hits keep coming: The Inquirer releases the second part of their series "Struggling for work: the broken dreams of a new generation," this installment titled "Where are jobs for young people?"

>> Finally, a ray of sunshine! Beloved Southwest Philly Detective Joseph Murray is back on Twitter @ppdjoemurray after the Philadelphia Police Department rolls out its new pilot social media program, CBS Philly reports.

>> Occupy Philadelphia set up a temporary occupation of Independence Mall this weekend, The Inquirer reports.

>> And if you haven't yet made Easter plans – slacker – here's a list of family-friendly events from Uwishunu.