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NEWS
November 21, 2014 | By Jessica Parks, Inquirer Staff Writer
When Bruce L. Castor Jr., then the Montgomery County district attorney, decided not to file sexual-assault charges against the comedian Bill Cosby in 2005, it wasn't because he didn't believe the woman who said Cosby had drugged and groped her. "Now I can say I thought he did it," Castor said in an interview Wednesday. "But back then, I would have been accused of tainting the jury that was going to hear the civil case. " Castor's revelation was not entirely new. Since leaving the District Attorney's Office, he has said that he believed a crime occurred but that there was not enough evidence to win a conviction.
SPORTS
November 27, 1991 | ELWOOD P. SMITH/ DAILY NEWS
The Cos himself, Bill Cosby, was on hand to see his hometown team, the 76ers, lose to the Cavaliers, 95-91, at the Spectrum.
NEWS
August 25, 1988 | By Tim Panaccio, Inquirer Staff Writer
You might say Hank Julicher is a genuine Sunkist worshiper. To him, life is just an orange. "You squeeze and squeeze until nothing is left," he said. "I got plenty of juice left. " Julicher does nothing halfway. As the founder of Julicher Athletic Facilities Inc. in Conshohocken, he turned a fondness for tennis into a multimillion-dollar, international business. Julicher is flamboyant, outspoken and not the least bit modest. And he's a six-time college dropout. "My major was matriculation," he said.
NEWS
August 17, 2004
ENOUGH already with Bill Cosby and his diatribe about how black kids don't speak correct English, and blaming it on the parents. Although it's true that many teenagers speak poorly, and walk a crooked path, you can blame a lot of it on the movies, with their violence, and the rock concerts and the way life is portrayed among the poor, with drugs, and bad homelife, etc. Bill Cosby - all of this is not new. Get off your high horse and stick...
BUSINESS
September 9, 1994 | DAILY NEWS GRAPHIC
Who's the most polite celebrity? MCI Corp.'s 1-800-COLLECT service asked 1,000 people, in a new advertising campaign targeted toward politeness. The survey, by Media-based ICR Survey Research Group, rated Philadelphia native Bill Cosby tops, with 20 percent of the vote. Talk-show host Howard Stern was the most impolite, with 34 percent. MCI said the ad campaign starts today. Here are the top vote-getters in each category: POLITE Bill Cosby, Oprah Winfrey, Angela Lansbury, Tom Hanks and Ron Howard.
NEWS
May 1, 1986
How enjoyable it was to read the excerpts from Bill Cosby's book. It was so refreshing to read of his high values on family life and television viewing. Is it possible that one of the reasons The Cosby Show is No. 1 is because many Americans have had their fill of sex, violence and four-letter words? I sure hope so. I thank God for the caliber and talents of Bill Cosby and the others on his show. Mildred Schaible Philadelphia.
NEWS
April 17, 2015 | By Jenny DeHuff
  P EARCE BUNTING , who played the bootlegger Bill McCoy in the hit HBO series "Boardwalk Empire," with Steve Buscemi , has returned to his hometown of Philadelphia to step into a new role. Edward Albee 's 1962 play "Who's Afraid of Virginia Woolf?" premieres Wednesday night at the Plays & Players Theatre (1714 Delancey Place), in Rittenhouse Square. Bunting portrays the passive-aggressive George, who gradually loses his patience with his taunting, drunk wife, Martha, after she brings home a younger, married couple who - over the course of several hours of drinking - become enmeshed in George and Martha's domestic disputes.
NEWS
November 16, 2014 | By Jonathan Lai, Inquirer Staff Writer
A lawyer for Bill Cosby said Sunday the comedian will not dignify "decade-old, discredited" claims of sexual abuse with a response. The statement from attorney John P. Schmitt - released to The Associated Press and posted online - is Cosby's first reaction to rising uproar over allegations that he had sexually assaulted several women in the past. Cosby declined Saturday in an interview on NPR's Weekend Edition to answer any questions about the recently resurfaced allegations of sexual assault.
NEWS
July 23, 2004
WE need more people to speak up like Bill Cosby. So many young people have taken us backward with their language and walking around with their pants falling off. Some girls are just as bad. No respect or discipline. What kind of parents would let this happen? Moses Cook Philadelphoa
NEWS
May 21, 1993 | ALEJANDRO A. ALVAREZ/ DAILY NEWS
He's usually seen shaking contestants' hands on his weekday TV show but Temple University's celebrity alum Bill Cosby is seen here greeting graduates before the start of commencement yesterday at the Civic Center. Cosby spoke at the ceremony in which more than 6,000 received degrees. It was Temple's 106th commencement.
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