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NEWS
October 20, 2002 | By Susan Weidener INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Investment tycoon Sir John Templeton has spent $1 million asking scientists to find an answer to the question, "Is there a fundamental purpose in the cosmos?" Now, as he gets ready to celebrate his 90th birthday, he believes he has the answer - or at least part of it. "The universe is so remarkable, and we know so much more than we knew a century ago that it is hard to believe it could happen by chance. I would say we're not here by accident," said Sir John, founder of the John Templeton Foundation in Radnor, which studies the connection between science and religion.
NEWS
January 6, 2002 | By Judi Dash FOR THE INQUIRER
For a place we couldn't find in most guidebooks, the Turks and Caicos proved quite a charmer. Early each morning we strolled from our room onto miles of white powder beach abutting a sea so turquoise you'd think it was colorized. On a snorkeling excursion along one of the world's longest coral reefs, we swam amid purple and orange sponges, neon anemones, giant sea fans, and a resident bottle-nosed dolphin named JoJo, whose favorite marine life appeared to be people. One moonless night, we hopped a 50-foot sailboat to watch the showy spectacle of millions of glowworms mating like lilliputian lava lights.
NEWS
November 6, 2001 | Daily News wire services
Bystanders pitch in as cops chase carjacker Bystanders lobbed bricks at a stolen sport utility vehicle, injuring a carjacking suspect who led police on a 40-mile high-speed chase through the upper Florida Keys yesterday. The suspect forced several motorists off the road as he sped through the island chain along U.S. 1 at over 100 mph, police said. Deputies spiked the fleeing vehicle's tires but the kept driving on the rims. When he finally pulled off the road and jumped out of the SUV near Key Largo, it rolled over his leg. Having seen the chase on TV, bystanders on the roadside threw rocks, bricks and even a bicycle at the white SUV as it sped past, said Monroe County Sheriff's spokeswoman Becky Herrin.
NEWS
April 8, 2001 | By Donald D. Groff FOR THE INQUIRER
Holiday-makers bound for Grand Bahama Island from Philadelphia - a trip that usually requires connecting flights - soon will have a more convenient option. Twice-weekly nonstop flights from Philadelphia to Freeport, Grand Bahama Island, are scheduled to start May 4 as part of vacation packages offered by Apple Vacations, based in Newtown Square. The flights, on Fridays and Mondays, will be the only nonstop service from Philadelphia to Freeport, the Bahamas' second-largest city, with morning departures and late- afternoon returns aboard planes from UPS Airways.
NEWS
September 18, 2000 | By Kay Raftery, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
John W. Benson Jr., 64, of Berwyn, a builder and developer, died of a stroke Friday at Paoli Memorial Hospital. Mr. Benson built all types of homes, office buildings and shopping centers in the area. Among the developments he built were the Benson House, a condominium on Montgomery Avenue in Rosemont; the Island House, another condominium, in Margate, N.J.; the Chichester Shopping Center; and the Valleybrook Shopping Center in Lima. Although his main offices were in West Chester, Mr. Benson kept track of his properties by using one of his three helicopters to travel to the different sites, said Jean Ann Quaid Benson, his wife of 35 years.
NEWS
August 21, 2000 | by Michelle Malkin
She is one of the most self-serving, hate-filled, race-obsessed politicians in America. The Democratic Party doesn't just embrace her. It kneels at her feet. Los Angeles Rep. Maxine Waters reigned supreme last week when Democratic vice-presidential candidate Joe Lieberman appeared before a black audience to "explain" himself. The Connecticut senator's sins? Opposing affirmative action and supporting educational vouchers that benefit minority children. Lieberman, once a courageous voice for equal opportunity, has now been schooled: Pander hard and keep your dissenting thoughts to yourself.
SPORTS
July 27, 2000 | Daily News Wire Services
Patrick Ewing wants to play three more seasons, even if the New York Knicks don't want him back after his contract expires next June. "I'd probably like to play two more years after next year. If it's New York, it's New York. If not, it's somewhere else," Ewing told the Associated Press yesterday at Paradise Island in the Bahamas, breaking a long silence over his plans for the future. Ewing, in the Bahamas for the players' union's annual meeting, has one year remaining on the four-year, $60 million contract extension he signed three years ago. Ewing, who will turn 38 Wednesday, is eligible to sign an extension, but the Knicks have not said whether they will offer him one this summer.
NEWS
May 12, 2000 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services contributed to this report
Just what we needed to take our mind off Whitney Houston's troubles: Her hubbo Bobby Brown is back in jail. Bobby has been keeping a low profile in recent months, as the buzz was all about the erratic behavior and health problems of wife Whitney. But a warrant has been out for Bobby's arrest since June - he'd been accused of violating terms of his probation, more on that in a sec - and Wednesday, customs officials at Newark International Airport jumped on the star when he passed through on his way home from a Bahamas holiday.
NEWS
April 14, 1999 | By Francesca Chapman Daily News wire services contributed to this report
QUOTE "To be perfectly honest, every time I saw a poster of Madonna, I felt like I was looking at myself. " - Singer SHERYL CROW, telling E! Online why she cut her hair Whitney Houston, still desperately, unconvincingly, longing to be a bad girl, says she doesn't let volatile hubbo Bobby Brown hit her - oh, no. She slaps him around. "Contrary to belief, I do the hitting, he doesn't. He has never put his hands on me. He is not a woman-beater," the diva told the May Redbook magazine.
SPORTS
January 7, 1998 | Daily News Wire Services
Costa Rica and Nicaragua have offered asylum to Cuban pitcher Orlando "El Duque" Hernandez and six others who defected with him, baseball agent Joe Cubas said yesterday. Bahamian officials said that Hernandez and another defecting player, catcher Alberto Hernandez, would have to leave Nassau by today. The two players, who are not related, have been there since they fled Cuba two weeks ago. The United States had offered Hernandez, his common-law wife and the other player humanitarian visas.
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