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NEWS
June 25, 2012
PHILADELPHIA School leader search The public will get a chance Monday and Tuesday to meet the finalists in the Philadelphia School District superintendent search. Pedro Martinez, now a deputy superintendent in the Clark County, Nev., school district, will introduce himself to the public and take questions Monday at 6:30 p.m. at school district headquarters, 440 N. Broad St. A second finalist, whom the district wasn't ready to identify as of press time, is expected to be introduced Tuesday.
SPORTS
May 3, 2008 | By Todd Zolecki INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The red wristbands have been retired. For two years with the Phillies, Aaron Rowand wore red wristbands on his forearms that proudly proclaimed "Beer Pong Champ. " But red doesn't work with the San Francisco Giants' color scheme, so he retired "Beer Pong Champ" for a pair of black wristbands with the logo from comic book hero "The Punisher. " He's not quite sold on "The Punisher. " "I might have to get some [alternative options] made," Rowand said, although he punished the Phillies last night when he homered in the 10th to give the Giants the lead before Pat Burrell's two-run homer won it for the Phils.
NEWS
January 18, 2012 | BY VINNY VELLA, vellav@phillynews.com 570-369-2327
IF YOU RENT to Temple students in Yorktown, be sure to brush up on your beer-pong skills. In a decision filed Jan. 4, Commonwealth Court upheld a 2010 Common Pleas decision that a special zoning ordinance requiring landlords to live with their student residents in Yorktown homes is constitutional. The decision effectively maintains a ban on renting to groups of Temple students in the neighborhood just south of the North Philly campus. The ordinance, which was adopted in 2004 but which neighbors say was not enforced, was intended to maintain the "quality of life" for the families living there.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 18, 2011
IF NECESSITY is the mother of invention, beer is its wild-eyed uncle. You know, the one who corners you at family reunions with his latest can't-miss scheme, one that will revolutionize society and earn a bazillion bucks if you want to invest a couple thou. No doubt fueled by a sixpack or two, inventors and assorted crackpots fill the archives of the U.S. Patent and Trademark Office with off-the-wall ideas to enhance consumption of our favorite beverage. Grand ideas such as: *  Party Goggles , application No. 12/927,974, by Bruce Riggs of Helendale, Calif.
NEWS
January 18, 2013
WHO SAYS American ingenuity is dead? While it's true we still don't have jet packs and flying cars, we do have the Bierstick, a giant plastic syringe that can pump 24 ounces of beer into your mouth in less than two seconds. That's two full cans of suds down the gullet in less time than it takes to flush a toilet. And get this: It's made with "high-quality FDA-approved materials," so you know it's gotta be safe. Ah yes, the spirit of invention lives, especially when it comes to beer.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 10, 2015 | By A.D. Amorosi, For The Inquirer
Radio 104.5 FM threw a summer block party three weeks before the official start of the season on Sunday at Festival Pier. It had all the makings of a good street fair. It was free (station fans had to register for tickets). There were cold brews, grilled food, party games like beer pong, and teens lying around in shorts. And there were cool kid-indie bands as the long afternoon's sound track. The Oxford, England, alt-rock unit A Silent Film was the headliner - a good, not entirely contagious act. Entering to the sound of swarming bees, military drum riffs, and the splintered synths of "Tomorrow," A Silent Film was reminiscent of Psychedelic Furs toward the end of the '80s - a spooky but overly slick brand of sinister new wave.
SPORTS
August 23, 2009
From: Gonzalez, John Last year, the NFL put out a fan code of conduct and encouraged people to inform on their fellow fans via secret texts to stadium security. This year, the NFL has targeted tailgating. According to USA Today, in addition to making recommendations about the serving sizes of beer inside stadiums, the league has asked all 32 teams to prevent tailgating from starting more than three hours before kickoff. That sound you hear is the gasp of every Eagles fan who likes to show up for a Monday Night Football game around dawn.
SPORTS
August 24, 2011 | BY KERITH GABRIEL, gabrielk@phillynews.com
YOU KNOW THAT rotten smell when you drive through Newark, N.J.? We think we found its source. The Newark Bears, a minor league baseball club out of the Can-Am League, announced its intent to help Mothers Against Drunk Driving - with a $2,000 pledge from the team's weekly beer pong tournament, aptly called Thirsty Thursday. If that's not an epic fail, we are not sure what is. To top it off, the donation will mark a special farewell for departing Bears pitching coach Jim Leyritz, who was acquitted in December of manslaughter after he was driving under the influence.
NEWS
May 9, 2014 | BY GARY THOMPSON, Daily News Staff Writer thompsg@phillynews.com, 215-854-5992
YEARS from now, anthropologists tracking the development of Rogen Man may point to "Neighbors" as the moment he began to walk fully upright. Seth Rogen has been his generation's icon of knuckle-dragging bachelorhood - imparting Falstaffian advice in "The 40 Year Old Virgin," fecklessly dating teens and smoking pot in "Pineapple Express," making tentative steps toward reform and domesticity in "Knocked Up," reverting to Hollywood hedonist in "This...
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