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November 12, 1990 | By Joe O'Dowd, Daily News Staff Writer
An argument over a bar stool in a Logan nightclub early today erupted into a shooting that left one man dead and two others wounded. Fifty patrons of the club - the Stinger Discotheque at Broad Street and Belfield Avenue - looked on in horror as one of the men in the argument pulled a handgun and began firing wildly shortly after 1 a.m. When police arrived minutes later, summoned by a telephone call from the bar, they found one of the shooting...
NEWS
September 22, 1989 | By Paul Nussbaum, Inquirer Staff Writer
From their brief sojourn here, visiting Soviets may conclude that America's West is peopled with cowboys who wear Ralph Lauren, ride saddles that double as bar stools and paint a lot of pictures. Usually off-limits to Soviets, this spectacular mountain valley has unleashed its charms, both natural and designer-label, to impress the delegation accompanying Soviet Foreign Minister Eduard A. Shevardnadze for his meetings today and tomorrow with Secretary of State James A. Baker 3d. Local organizers had to scramble to find a red carpet to roll out at the airport last night, and it took international diplomacy to find Shevardnadze's hat size for his gift Stetson.
NEWS
September 4, 1987 | By LEWIS J. MOONEY
Cal Thomas wrote a fine column (Aug. 17) about a male going back to an old- fashioned barber shop. Oh, how I wish we males could return to an old- fashioned male bar! Back in the early '70s, Stouffers' Men's Bar was one of the most popular watering spots for male members of the legal profession, advertising world and business men who used Pennsylvania Railroad to diverse points like Ardmore, Lansdowne, Cynwyd, Levittown and spots along the Octoraro Branch. It was at the bottom of 2 Penn Center, on the level where dependable locals welcomed commuters and wended them to their neighborhoods.
NEWS
April 23, 1987 | By Jeff Brown, Inquirer Staff Writer
They arrived shortly before 10 a.m. yesterday - scores of casually dressed men and women with the hungry, anxious expressions of bargain-basement shoppers. They came to pick over the remains of what had been one of South Jersey's premier roadhouses, Cinelli's Country House Restaurant in Cherry Hill. "As my dad would say, it's the same crowd you get for a public hanging," said the auctioneer, Daniel F. Comly of Philadelphia. Off and on for 52 years, the rambling structure was expanded as the Cinelli family's business flourished.
NEWS
October 20, 1986 | By MICHEL MARRIOTT, Daily News Staff Writer
It's all about getting out on the open road. Moving fast and getting free. Letting the roar of the engine between your legs speed you far away from the city life you endure Monday through Friday. That's the way a leather-clad biker explains the allure of being a Jay Hawker, a member of a 20-year-old North Philadelphia motorcycle club whose emblem is two black arms breaking their shackles. "We travel, buddy," says a Jay Hawker who calls himself Spider. "We cover some miles.
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