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FOOD
September 5, 1997 | by Ken Hoffman, For the Daily News
This week, I reached out for a Hickory Smoked Whopper, offered for a limited time only at Burger King. Here's the blueprint: Start with a regular, fully loaded Whopper off the assembly line, then crown it with a slice of hickory-smoked Cheddar cheese and four half-slices of hickory-smoked bacon. Voila! A Hickory Smoked Whopper. And the sweet hickory really does kick the burger up a notch. In a related development, the seventh president of the United States was Andrew "Old Hickory" Jackson.
NEWS
July 25, 1997 | by Melanie C. Redmond, Daily News Staff Writer
They came to take a bite out of Philadelphia. Kids know them as Kenan and Kel, and a handful of fans lucky enough to be hanging out in burger joints on South Street or eating in Dave & Buster's on Delaware Avenue got the chance to meet them. To the rest of us, they're Kenan Thompson and Kel Mitchell, stars of the newly released film "Good Burger" and popular Nickelodeon shows "All That" and "Kenan and Kel. " When they wanted to get a "good burger" in Philly, Thompson and Mitchell preferred to eat at Johnny Rockets, a small chain that recently opened a restaurant on South Street.
LIVING
March 17, 1997 | Inquirer photographs by Michael S. Wirtz
They're called the Hardy Souls. Every weekday morning, 100 to 150 people, most of them elderly, visit the Springfield Mall to walk. The mall opens early for them, at 8:30, and most finish their rounds - five laps is about a mile - before the stores open at 10. "People walk here for the companionship and to stay healthy," said Jule Niemeyer, 77, the group's unofficial greeter, who has had three heart bypass surgeries and has been walking the...
NEWS
October 3, 1996 | By Nita Lelyveld, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
In her garden, Eileen Measley grows flowers. Among the flowers, customers of the nearby McDonald's throw trash. The other day, Bob Caplan found a burger in his ivy. And Doris Wat says she often comes across "soiled condoms" near the steps of her brick townhouse. All three are residents of Randolph Court, a community of 38 townhouses on Randolph Street between Fifth and Sixth, just off South Street. And all three bemoan the changes they see on that eclectic, and often mobbed, thoroughfare.
NEWS
May 29, 1996 | by Rose DeWolf, Daily News Staff Writer
Will knowing that kids hate the taste of something make you - big, grown-up, sophisticated you - yearn to eat it? That's the theory behind McDonald's $75 million advertising campaign for a new burger called Arch Deluxe. Maybe you've seen the ads. There's one on billboards and the sides of some SEPTA buses that says: "Spinach. Cauliflower. Arch Deluxe. " It shows a kid so turned off by the very mention of these foods, her eyes roll back in her head. There are several variations on this theme.
BUSINESS
May 26, 1996 | By Ewart Rouse, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
On Blackwood-Clementon Road in South Jersey, the newest reinforcement in Checkers' David-and-Goliath battle against the McDonald's and Burger Kings of the hamburger world is about to take the field. In this case, the combat will be in close quarters. The Checkers opening this week is alongside the McDonald's and one door away from the Burger King. The creation of a hamburger enclave along the small stretch of roadway in Blackwood in Camden County is visual evidence of the intense fight for a share in the $37.6 billion-a-year hamburger-chain segment of the fast-food market.
NEWS
March 8, 1996 | By Mary Blakinger, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
New technology and the perennial popularity of the humble hamburger have set the stage for an Upper Merion firm's expansion into Chester County with a $17.5 million plant. American Foodservice Corp. plans to build an 80,000-square-foot facility on 7 1/2 acres in the Highlands Corporate Center in Valley Township. The center is in the Greater Coatesville Area Enterprise Zone. The plant will create at least 136 jobs, according to Gary W. Smith, executive director of the Chester County Development Council.
BUSINESS
February 23, 1996 | By Andrea Knox, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
An ambitious plan to open 125 Burger King restaurants in five cities with empowerment zones - including 25 restaurants in Philadelphia and Camden - was announced at yesterday's Empowerment Zone conference in Washington. The owner and operator of the shops would be Le-Van Hawkins, a former franchisee and director of the Checkers hamburger chain, who severed his ties with Checkers last month. The first 15 Burger Kings here will open within the next 18 months, and the rest in the following two years, Hawkins said in a telephone interview.
NEWS
September 1, 1995 | By Jennifer Inez Ward, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Restoration of the old Moon barn is slowly moving along. Township supervisors have hired an architecture firm to study the feasibility of restoring the 150-year-old barn. At Tuesday's supervisors meeting, Richard E. Brown & Associates, from Doylestown, was selected to do a field survey of the barn and to determine how much work needs to be done. Costs for hiring Brown are $7,000. "Brown was chosen because he came highly recommended by the (Bucks County) Heritage Conservancy," said Barbara Russell, chairwoman of the Middletown Preservation Commission.
NEWS
May 3, 1995 | By S. Joseph Hagenmayer, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Joseph J. Pizzaro, 73, an outstanding three-sport Collingswood High School athlete who quarterbacked the school's 1940 South Jersey Group IV championship team, died Friday at the Mount Laurel Convalescent Center. A Gibbsboro resident for 40 years, Mr. Pizzaro served on the Gibbsboro Board of Education for nine years in the 1960s, including one year as board president. A 1942 graduate of Collingswood High School, Mr. Pizzaro played quarterback and defensive back on the school's football teams in 1939, 1940 and 1941.
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