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January 31, 1990 | By Dave Racher, Daily News Staff Writer
If you're going to sabotage a gas line and risk a catastrophe, it's probably not a good idea to be wearing a cowboy hat while you're doing it - not this side of Texas, anyway. The prosecution said the cowboy hat Patrick Vogelei, 49, was wearing when he opened an underground gas pipe in Kensington during a strike of Philadelphia Gas Works' employees last year gave him away. A witness spotted a man in the distinctive headgear tampering with the gas pipe at Frankford and Allegheny avenues in Kensington last April 28, and Vogelei was arrested shortly after, wearing the hat. Yesterday, Common Pleas Judge John W. Herron convicted Vogelei, of Havertown, Delaware County, of risking a catastrophe, criminal mischief and conspiracy.
LIVING
February 16, 1994 | By Ron Tarver, INQUIRER STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER
The bride wore brown - brown leather, that is - with a lace veil attached to a matching cowboy hat. Her attendants also were decked out in leather of various shades. As for the bridegroom, he and the best man wore tuxedos - with riding coats and cowboy boots. Welcome to marriage, cowboy style. Last month Mollie Stevenson Jr., also known as "Little Molly," married Elicious Scott Jr. at her family's 640-acre homestead, the Taylor-Stevenson Ranch, one of the largest pieces of black-owned land in Houston.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 11, 2013 | By Brian G. Howard, For The Inquirer
  It's about time we call Kenny Chesney what he really is: a pop star in a cowboy hat. Sure, he's got some twang, and a song about a sexy tractor, but the most country thing about the 45-year-old Tennessean is that he appeals to such a massive swath of the population. Case in point: Saturday night's stop of Chesney's No Shoes Nation tour at Lincoln Financial Field was packed to the rafters with fans who'd tailgated like it was a Sunday at an Eagles game. Though the name of the tour is a nod to the Chesney hit about lazing in the Mexican surf, citizens of No Shoes Nation showed up in cowboy boots and flip flops, but also Asics, crisp Top-Siders, puffy Reeboks, and thong sandals.
SPORTS
September 18, 2004 | By Joe Logan INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
After yesterday, nobody feels worse than Phil Mickelson. At the worst possible moment, after he and Tiger Woods had fought back to all square in their alternate-shot Ryder Cup match against Darren Clarke and Lee Westwood, Mickelson hit a wildly errant tee shot at the 18th. It wound up against an out-of-bounds fence. "It basically cost us the match," a glum Mickelson said. Woods had no choice but to take a penalty drop, and he still had no shot from behind a tree, 259 yards from the green.
NEWS
January 8, 2011 | By David Hiltbrand, Inquirer Columnist
You may have noticed the column has been missing from this space for quite a spell. Some readers speculated that I was taking the world's longest, most undeserved vacation. The more astute ones simply assumed that I had been fired. Well, now I'm popping back up, like Bobby Ewing. For the last six months I've been studying TV programming trends. Herewith my findings: Glee is the only true breakout hit of the last few years. It appeals to younger viewers, has big-name stars clamoring to be guest stars, and has sold more song downloads than the Beatles.
SPORTS
March 24, 2012 | Associated Press
PHOENIX - Billy Donovan knew a bad idea when he heard one. Put on this cowboy hat and these spurs and we'll take a picture of you, his coach told him. Maybe we'll even put it on the front of the team program. "I was not happy about doing that," Donovan said. Rick Pitino rarely steered him wrong, though. A quarter-century since that fateful photo, Donovan has become a championship coach with a legacy, and the guy who made him dress up that day isn't doing so badly himself.
NEWS
March 28, 2002 | By Patrick Berkery FOR THE INQUIRER
After watching mohawked Eels member Koool G Murder try to feed his bass to some yahoo who rushed the Theatre of Living Arts stage on Monday night, I hesitate to call his band a superior guitar-rock outfit, even though it played like one. The L.A. group might interpret the description as pejorative, implying that it relies on lunk-headed riffs and grandstanding solos to get over, when nothing could be further from the truth. And who knows what revenge it would exact? What with powerhouse drummer Butch - clad in sleeveless black shirt, shorts and a cowboy hat - looking like one nasty (albeit extremely polyrhythmic)
NEWS
September 7, 2001 | By Rusty Pray INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Waco Smith, 57, a colorful denizen of Philadelphia nightclubs who adopted almost as many personas as he mastered styles of playing guitar, died Wednesday of a heart attack at Methodist Hospital. Mr. Smith, who also went by the names M.A.R.K., Juan Ferlinghetti and Wellesley Smith - depending on the kind of gig he was playing - was not named Waco Smith and was not a cowboy. His real name was Mark Glausman, and he was born not in Waco - where he claimed he was from - or Dallas, or San Antonio or any Texas tumbleweed farm.
NEWS
February 20, 1996 | By Andy Wallace, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Harry Lore, 63, the bearded, iconoclastic Center City lawyer who never went out without his cowboy hat, once wrote a brief in rhyme, and could always be counted on to defend unpopular causes or unwanted clients, died Friday of complications of lung cancer on the way to Pennsylvania Hospital from his home on South Street. Mr. Lore's client list was remarkable for its diversity. On it were Nicodemo Scarfo, the former head of the Philadelphia Mafia, and Senior Judge Angelo A. Guarino, who was removed from the Common Pleas Court bench for berating jurors.
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August 21, 2015 | By A.D. Amorosi, For The Inquirer
With its tattered gilt and vintage beer-'n'-booze signage, Bob & Barbara's Lounge on South Street looks fabulously tacky. Every second and fourth Wednesday, Philadelphia's Wallace Brothers band - twin singing multi-instrumentalists Zach and Colby - hosts Country Night. All participants are asked to wear cowboy hats and any Western ephemera they can muster. "It gets pretty colorful in there," says Zach Wallace. This Saturday, everyone will don a Dakota, a Tommy Bahama, or a Bonanza Felt for the first Philadelphia Country Music Festival at B&B's.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 11, 2013 | By Brian G. Howard, For The Inquirer
  It's about time we call Kenny Chesney what he really is: a pop star in a cowboy hat. Sure, he's got some twang, and a song about a sexy tractor, but the most country thing about the 45-year-old Tennessean is that he appeals to such a massive swath of the population. Case in point: Saturday night's stop of Chesney's No Shoes Nation tour at Lincoln Financial Field was packed to the rafters with fans who'd tailgated like it was a Sunday at an Eagles game. Though the name of the tour is a nod to the Chesney hit about lazing in the Mexican surf, citizens of No Shoes Nation showed up in cowboy boots and flip flops, but also Asics, crisp Top-Siders, puffy Reeboks, and thong sandals.
NEWS
January 28, 2013 | By Dan DeLuca, Inquirer Music Critic
Dwight Yoakam is a neo-classicist who's been so good for so long neither the prefix nor suffix are applicable any longer. Sure, the Pikeville, Ky.-born, Los Angeles-based country singer in skinny jeans and hat sloped low over his brow dotted his 100-minute set at the Golden Nugget in Atlantic City on Saturday with hits originally recorded by his forebears, from Lefty Frizzell's "Always Late With Your Kisses" to Buck Owens' "Streets of Bakersfield....
ENTERTAINMENT
June 1, 2012 | Ellen Gray
LONGMIRE. 10 p.m. Sunday, A&E.   Forget "Men in Black. " It's men in hats who are making a comeback these days. The History Channel scored record ratings for its six-hour epic "Hatfields & McCoys," which it promoted by sending out hats meant to appear as if they'd been riddled with bullets. Then there's Raylan Givens (Timothy Olyphant) wearing a big hat (and carrying a big gun) in FX's "Justified" and Dennis Quaid sporting a multigallon chapeau as a 1960s rancher/sheriff in CBS' new fall drama "Vegas.
SPORTS
March 24, 2012 | Associated Press
PHOENIX - Billy Donovan knew a bad idea when he heard one. Put on this cowboy hat and these spurs and we'll take a picture of you, his coach told him. Maybe we'll even put it on the front of the team program. "I was not happy about doing that," Donovan said. Rick Pitino rarely steered him wrong, though. A quarter-century since that fateful photo, Donovan has become a championship coach with a legacy, and the guy who made him dress up that day isn't doing so badly himself.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 20, 2011 | By Dan Gross
"DANCING WITH the Stars" runner-up Kirstie Alley did a little dancing Saturday night at the Brickette Lounge (1339 Pottstown Pike) in West Chester, where she spent a few hours after pitching her Organic Liaison diet program nearby on QVC. Alley sipped cosmos and was happy to pose for photos with fans while she hung out at the bar. The actress also posted photos of the outing on her page on WhoSay.com. Earlier Saturday the "Cheers" alum shopped at the H&M store at the Exton Mall.
NEWS
January 8, 2011 | By David Hiltbrand, Inquirer Columnist
You may have noticed the column has been missing from this space for quite a spell. Some readers speculated that I was taking the world's longest, most undeserved vacation. The more astute ones simply assumed that I had been fired. Well, now I'm popping back up, like Bobby Ewing. For the last six months I've been studying TV programming trends. Herewith my findings: Glee is the only true breakout hit of the last few years. It appeals to younger viewers, has big-name stars clamoring to be guest stars, and has sold more song downloads than the Beatles.
NEWS
June 23, 2010 | By Carolyn Davis, Inquirer Staff Writer
You say you're rushing out Wednesday to get the new Rolling Stone when it goes on sale, to read about Gen. Stanley McChrystal dissing Veep Joe Biden . But we know what you'll really do: ogle Lady Gaga on the cover showing a lot of flesh (the weapons on her chest could kill), then turn to the Gaga story, titled "Tells All. " "Sex is certainly not, like, a priority at the moment," she, like, says. Other Gaga-ntuan news: Her highest priority is her relationship with fans; she models her celebrity on Michael Jackson ; she has a recurring dream starring "a phantom and a blond girl who's tied up with ropes" and is wearing her shoes from the Grammys.
NEWS
March 14, 2009 | By Peter Mucha INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Standing in front of a painted killer in a cowboy hat and a Bob Marley with wilder hair than Medusa, John Walsh stared into the TV cameras, explaining his mission to identify a girl "thrown away like a pile of garbage. " A new big clue was about to be revealed. Frank Bender, forensic sculptor, stepped forward in the studio of his South Street home. He pulled away a large black cover to display a tiny head - one with large brown eyes and a gently rounded nose amid a soft, brown complexion.
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