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SPORTS
March 15, 2013 | From Staff and Wire Reports
Erik Aybar drove home Nelson Cruz with a go-ahead single in the ninth inning to push the Dominican Republic into the semifinals of the World Baseball Classic with a 3-1 win over the United States in Miami on Thursday night. Brought in to keep the game tied at 1 in the ninth, Craig Kimbrel gave up a leadoff double to Cruz. One out later, Aybar pushed him home with a hit to right. Jose Reyes added a two-out RBI single to pad the lead. The Americans will play Puerto Rico Friday in an elimination game.
NEWS
November 22, 2011 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Brian Regan lets his haircut do the talking. In anticipation of the last game of his career, the Cherry Hill East running back is sporting a red-tinged Mohawk with a star carved into one side of his head and racing stripes on the other. "I had to do something special," Regan said as Cherry Hill East prepared for Wednesday night's showdown with Cherry Hill West in the annual crosstown Thanksgiving weekend game. Coiffure aside, Regan isn't loud, flashy, or demonstrative.
SPORTS
November 5, 2010
No. 100: Nov. 16, 1976, 41-20 over North Carolina State. No. 324: Oct. 27, 2001, 29-27 over Ohio State to break Bear Bryant's record for Division I-A career wins.
NEWS
May 11, 2011 | By Lou Kesten, Associated Press
The most appealing element of "Brink," the new first-person shooter from the U.K. studio Splash Damage, is the blue. It's a vivid hue that provides an arresting contrast to the murky earth tones that usually dominate the genre, and it's a signal that this game is up to something different. Unfortunately, the blue skies and seas that surround the Ark - the floating city where the battles take place - quickly give way to a succession of cramped, generic spaces. And efforts to distinguish "Brink" (Bethesda Softworks, for the Xbox 360, PlayStation 3, $59.99; PC, $49.99)
ENTERTAINMENT
April 9, 2004 | By Steven Rea INQUIRER MOVIE CRITIC
A blotto eye's view of late-'80s Berlin on the brink of unification, Berlin Blues is a character study about a boozy underachiever who staggers through his days - and daze - while communism crumbles and his cheapskate parents show up for a visit. A likably scruffy film with a likably scruffy protagonist, Berlin Blues isn't deep - but it is tender, snappy, smart. Frank Lehmann (Christian Ulmen) works in a beer hall. His waiter pal is an artist on the verge of a nervous breakdown.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 18, 2010
10 p.m. DISCOVERY This new reality series chronicles how select candidates for special operations' most elite forces are pushed to the brink and beyond at special schools, where they are shaped into human weapons.
NEWS
January 25, 1994 | Daily News wire services
ROCHESTER, N.Y. PLEA BY PRIEST IN BRINK'S HEIST A Dublin-born priest pleaded innocent yesterday to charges he helped steal $7.4 million from a Brink's Inc. armored car, and his lawyer said British and Irish authorities were meddling in the case. The Rev. Patrick Moloney, an avowed Irish nationalist, was arraigned on one count of conspiracy and two counts of possession of stolen money. Each count carries a maximim 10-year prison sentence and $250,000 fine. The charges stem from the Brink's robbery on Jan. 5, 1993, the fifth- largest holdup of an armored-car company in U.S. history.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 30, 2010
9 tonight LOGO Three moms on the brink of emotional breakdowns connect with their long-lost inner divas. Visiting Professor Debi Mazar (right) cheers them on. Drag U Professors Morgan McMichaels, Pandora Boxx and Shannel spread a little magic on their tired souls.
SPORTS
March 23, 2002 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
The Toronto Rock crushed the Wings, 17-9, last night and pushed the defending National Lacrosse League champions to the brink of elimination. The Wings (7-8) will meet Toronto tonight at the First Union Center in their final regular-season game. The Wings need a win to have a chance of qualifying for the playoffs, but two other contenders also must lose either tonight or tomorrow.
SPORTS
March 5, 1993 | By Craig Donnelly, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Over the Brink has already captured two stakes but it is the improving Maryland invader Asset Impression who appears the one to beat in tonight's $50,000 Cherry Hill Mile at Garden State Park. The Cherry Hill Mile is the first of the Garden's major offerings for 3- year-olds, followed by the Garden State Stakes on April 2, the Ben Franklin Stakes on May 8 and the Jersey Derby on closing night, May 29. The Ben Franklin is to be contested on the turf, as is the Jersey Derby for the first time.
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