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November 5, 1999 | STEVEN M. FALK/ DAILY NEWS
The four-story mural of Frank Sinatra at Broad and Wharton streets in South Philadelphia is scheduled to be dedicated Nov. 13 at 2 p.m. So far, $63,500 has been contributed to pay mural artist Diane Keller.
NEWS
May 4, 2008
Blue Eyes, the Rat Pack-style supper club in Sewell, Washington Township, has updated its lunch menu and added a patio bar. Executive chef Ian Palagye, who was trained at the Culinary Institute of America and noted Philadelphia and South Jersey restaurants, felt the four-year-old steak house needed a bit more variety. About three weeks ago, he added coconut shrimp with pork-fried rice; pan-seared veal diablo; fiesta salad with a made-to-order shell and Cajun dressing, and shrimp salad in a grilled pita.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 3, 2012
Question: What causes the iris of the eye to change color? For most of my life, my iris color in each eye was dark brown. When I was in my 50s, the color began to lighten. I'm now 62, and the iris color is hazel, a mix of brown and green. Also, my father's eyes slowly changed from hazel to pale blue by the time he was in his 70s. Answer: The color of our eyes is based on the number and color of pigment granules (melanin) in our iris. These granules range in color from nearly colorless to dark brown.
LIVING
February 9, 2001 | By Paddy Noyes, FOR THE INQUIRER
Seven-year-old Tom has blue eyes, strawberry blond hair and a toy guitar. It seems as much a part of him as his freckles. And he plays it and happily sings along whenever the musical mood hits him. His interests include swimming in a pool, riding a bike in the driveway, drawing, coloring and playing board games. He also enjoys climbing on the monkey bars, sledding, singing in the church choir, helping make snowmen, building with Legos, and planting daffodils and corn. Tom receives therapy to help him deal with feelings of loss and the effects of abuse and neglect, and to prepare him for adoption.
NEWS
December 19, 2000
They'll listen. And at last, another local radio station is listening. Later this month, Sid Mark's "Sundays with Sinatra" and "Fridays with Frank" programs will be returning to the Philadelphia airwaves, via WPHT (1210 AM). They were dropped Nov. 6 when WWDB-FM changed formats, leaving listeners bereft. Urging that some other station pick up the popular programs, we invited readers to write, saying "I'll listen. " This is a partial list of responses (hundreds are still pouring in)
ENTERTAINMENT
December 31, 2014 | By Howard Gensler
  H   ARRY STYLES may make One Direction fans swoon, but, according to Mike Walker , of the National Enquirer , Harry's set on portraying another singer who made women hyperventilate. Frank Sinatra . Seems Harry is a huge fan of Ol' Blue Eyes. "Harry's idolized Frank Sinatra for years!" said an anonymous source. "He endlessly practices his signature singing and his style . . . he's got Frank's swagger down to a tee! It's scary, 'cause when Harry looks at you with his dreamy light eyes, you'd swear he was channeling Ol' Blue Eyes himself!"
NEWS
November 9, 1996 | by Don Russell, Daily News Staff Writer Daily News wire services contributed to this report
From the living rooms of South Philadelphia to the sidewalks outside a Los Angeles hospital suite, the prayers of long-smitten bobby-soxers are with Ol' Blue Eyes today. Francis Albert Sinatra is gravely ill, according to some reports from Cedars-Sinai Medical Center. At least one report said that he was being treated for heart failure and pneumonia and that his hospital room resembled an intensive-care unit. While his family remained silent about the saloon singer's condition, thousands of fans around the world prayed for his recovery.
NEWS
November 6, 1996 | BY FRANCESCA CHAPMAN Daily News wire services and the New York Daily News contributed to this report
Ah, but you suspected it was more than a mere pinched nerve, didn't you? Frank Sinatra's daughter Nancy has confirmed that the 80-year-old singer has indeed been fighting pneumonia in Los Angeles' Cedars-Sinai Medical Center, but adds that her dad is now feeling better. Nancy made her comments to Daily Variety after visiting her father at the hospital late Monday. When Sinatra was admitted to Cedars-Sinai on Friday, both his flack and the hospital's denied he was suffering from anything but the pinched nerve - and they offered no explanation when his stay was extended beyond the weekend.
NEWS
December 13, 1995 | By Ralph Cipriano and Alfred Lubrano, INQUIRER STAFF WRITERS
Mikey Pies was thinking of Frank yesterday, singing "The Lady is a Tramp" as he flung the dough for a large pepperoni pizza high into the air at Marra's Restaurant. The self-proclaimed best pie-man in South Philly dedicated his latest creation to Ol' Blue Eyes. Former chorus girl Diane was thinking of Frank, too, as she nursed a vodka at Kathleen's Cafe and remembered her conversations in Atlantic City with the skinny crooner who sang as smooth as the Johnny Walker Black he liked to drink all those years ago. And Millie Amicone had Frank very much on the brain as she and her family ate a birthday cake she bought for the singer, a tradition she started when Sinatra celebrated his 25th birthday 55 years ago. In South Philly yesterday, Frank Sinatra's 80th birthday qualified as a local holiday as Italian Americans honored a working-class paisano who saw what he wanted in life and grabbed it. "It's pretty much the conversation down here," said Vince Litrenta, manager of Marra's and Mikey Pies' boss.
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August 23, 2015 | By Frank Fitzpatrick, Inquirer Staff Writer
HOUSTON - Not long after the Dodgers were no-hit by Houston's Mike Fiers on Friday night, their clubhouse was a somber outpost of Minute Maid Park. Chase Utley, 0 for 4 in his debut in blue, dressed quickly. While departing from a silence he couldn't have imagined in the long lead-up to the deal that sent him home, he shrugged. "That's baseball," he said, betraying nothing. The carefully cultivated mask, a mix of cool and concentration that for 13 seasons Utley had donned as if it were a required part of his Phillies uniform, got tested on his first day as a Los Angeles Dodger.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 31, 2014 | By Howard Gensler
  H   ARRY STYLES may make One Direction fans swoon, but, according to Mike Walker , of the National Enquirer , Harry's set on portraying another singer who made women hyperventilate. Frank Sinatra . Seems Harry is a huge fan of Ol' Blue Eyes. "Harry's idolized Frank Sinatra for years!" said an anonymous source. "He endlessly practices his signature singing and his style . . . he's got Frank's swagger down to a tee! It's scary, 'cause when Harry looks at you with his dreamy light eyes, you'd swear he was channeling Ol' Blue Eyes himself!"
NEWS
November 15, 2013 | By David Hiltbrand, Inquirer Staff Writer
Romance, comedy, drama, action - Michael Ealy has played it all during his eclectic career in film ( Barbershop , Underworld: Awakening , Think Like a Man ) and on TV ( Sleeper Cell , The Good Wife , Common Law ). But he never thought his greatest acting challenge would be as a robot. Then again, Dorian, his character on Fox's buzzed-about new series Almost Human , has some unusual dimensions for an automaton. Almost Human is a futuristic (2047, to be exact)
ENTERTAINMENT
April 11, 2013 | By A.D. Amorosi, For The Inquirer
Beirut-born Michael Penniman - Mika to you - might not seem the dream of teen lasses and sorority girls. He's high-pitched, slight-of-build, and makes exuberant music that's an au courant, hit-making encapsulation of all things Glam Rock and fussily British (Sparks, Elton). Yet, there he was - all snug-fitting tux and tight curls - thrilling an all-ages crowd of gals and the boys who love them during a sold-out show at Union Transfer Monday in what was billed as an "intimate evening with . . . " What that meant was that his usually crowded stage and busy arrangements were stripped down to just Mika trilling theatrically and hammering piano, with instrumentalist/vocalists along for the bumpy ride.
NEWS
December 26, 2012 | By Kevin Riordan, Inquirer Columnist
Billy's hand in hers. It's what Jill Jones remembers best about her big brother, a half-century after they went to play outside their Vineland home - and he disappeared. On that chilly morning of Dec. 17, 1962, William Ebenezer Jones wore a blue-gray snowsuit, a matching hat, and tan high-tops with yellow laces. He had blue eyes, big ears, and a vaccination scar shaped like a giraffe on his upper left arm. He loved dogs and was three months away from his fourth birthday. When Billy didn't return to the house at 302 Taylor Ave. that he shared with his parents and two younger siblings, hundreds of police, firefighters, National Guard troops, and volunteers searched for days on foot, by boat and by air. The missing boy became a national news story and stunned the city in Cumberland County.
NEWS
November 5, 2012
The Daily News Pet of the Week is Dassan, a 6-year-old Siamese mix at the Pennsylvania SPCA. Dassan is a friendly and laid-back lap cat who purrs the instant he's picked up. You'll fall in love when he looks at you with those big baby blues. He is neutered and up-to-date on vaccines. His adoption fee is $50. Everyone who adopts a cat in November from the PSPCA will also receive a 15-pound box of cat litter. For more information about Dassan, stop by the PSPCA, 350 E. Erie Ave., call 215-426-6300 or visit pspca.org.
NEWS
October 14, 2012 | By Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writer
Sixty-seven years did not blot out the searing memories of the Battle of Okinawa for World War II infantryman Montraville "Monte" Lybrand. He held his hand to his quivering chin, bowed his head, and whispered, "You always remember the ones that didn't make it. " With blue eyes welling up, he waited for composure. "I was with them for such a short period of time," he finally managed to say. "We were buddies. " Over the decades, Lybrand, of Drexel Hill, rarely spoke of his experience in one of the war's bloodiest episodes, dispensing his fighting past only in "little bits and pieces," said his oldest daughter, Kathleen Murtaugh.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 28, 2012 | By Wendy Rosenfield, For The Inquirer
The television show Game of Thrones has nothing on William Shakespeare's own game of thrones, King John . As if there weren't excitement enough in watching Europe's monarchs and royal mothers jockey for power while the Vatican pulls their strings, the Pennsylvania Shakespeare Festival ups the ante with a production based on the play's "original practice. " This means the company went about the show the way it's presumed its original performers would have. PSF handed its performers a script crisply edited by Patrick Mulcahy and Erin Hurley, gave them four days of rehearsal, told them to find their own costumes, figure out the lighting, make do with whatever set happened to be available (its craggy cliffs belong to The Tempest )
ENTERTAINMENT
July 3, 2012
Question: What causes the iris of the eye to change color? For most of my life, my iris color in each eye was dark brown. When I was in my 50s, the color began to lighten. I'm now 62, and the iris color is hazel, a mix of brown and green. Also, my father's eyes slowly changed from hazel to pale blue by the time he was in his 70s. Answer: The color of our eyes is based on the number and color of pigment granules (melanin) in our iris. These granules range in color from nearly colorless to dark brown.
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