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December 15, 2000 | By Rashod D. Ollison, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Christopher Lowell is not his usual exuberant self. He is cordial and chatty, but not exactly bubbling over. The Emmy-winning host of The Christopher Lowell Show, Discovery Channel's highly rated how-to-unlock-your-creativity-and-decorate-your-home program, sits tastefully dressed in black. He sips the frothy cappuccino before him and lights a cigarette. He is tired. Taking a quick drag, he says matter-of-factly, "I've signed 40,000 books in the last three weeks, and the book has gone into its third printing in four weeks.
NEWS
January 14, 2005 | By Nate House
When Minnesota Vikings wide receiver Randy Moss caught the touchdown pass that sealed the victory against the Packers in Sunday's NFL playoff game, he pretended to "moon" the Green Bay crowd. But we in Philadelphia were not mortified or offended, as many fans and sports commentators seemed to be. Moss' reception helped the Vikings earn a trip to Philadelphia on Sunday for a divisional playoff game. A loss would mean yet another disappointment for a city that hasn't seen a professional sports championship (besides the winner of Wing Bowl)
NEWS
March 29, 1987 | By Henry Klein, Special to The Inquirer
How do I get prospective employers to hire me? I recently graduated with a master's degree in criminal justice. Unfortunately, the search for a decent- paying position has been an uphill battle. I previously worked for county agencies and went back to school to further my education because the pay was poor and advancement possibilities were scarce. I am in my early 20s, and, if given the opportunity, I feel I could perform in a variety of fields. I have not limited my search to the criminal justice field.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 7, 2008 | By Nick Cristiano INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
For some artists, touring inevitably becomes a grind. But after 13 years together, the Kennedys still find the road a source of inspiration and fascination. That's why the husband-wife pop-folk duo of Pete and Maura Kennedy have no plans to slow down. "We both come from families that have that in their blood, so we enjoy that part of it," Pete Kennedy says over the phone from a tour stop in Asheville, N.C. "The people we meet at our gigs are sort of an extended family. " Being on the road about 150 days a year certainly hasn't hurt the Kennedys' productivity or creativity.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 10, 2015 | By Patricia Mans, For The Inquirer
  Zymir has his heart set on becoming a fashion designer and developing his own brand of "Z" jeans. In fact, he already has made a sketch of them. That's quite ambitious for an 11-year-old, even one as stylish and creative as Zymir. During a recent visit to Philadelphia University's fashion design department, he watched several garments being made and learned the process start to finish. He also got some tips from designer Jay McCarroll, winner of the debut Project Runway competition in 2004.
NEWS
June 1, 2008 | By Maria Panaritis INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It had been a record week, and the vibe at Urban Outfitters headquarters was high. Adrenaline was palpable in executive offices, in design huddles, and on down to the models in skimpy threads pouting for a Free People Web shoot. It was mid-March, and the retailer of insurgent chic had reported killer profits while other retailers watched shoppers weary of high gas prices go into hiding. You could almost hear towels snap a few days earlier as Wall Street analysts congratulated executives for putting up such good numbers.
NEWS
May 10, 1987 | By Janet Ruth Falon, Special to The Inquirer
Part of what used to be Thomas Alva Edison's 40-acre laboratory complex is now an A&P supermarket. Only five of the original buildings - in which creativity begat invention and invention sometimes became reality - still stand. But 100 years after Edison created his "invention factory," an inspiring spirit of enterprise still hovers over the well-preserved brick remnants of the laboratory complex, now run as an eight-acre museum by the National Park Service. And especially in this centennial year of the creation of the West Orange laboratory, a visit can still charge up the creative juices of would-be inventors and fill with awe any student of the process of invention.
NEWS
June 1, 2008 | By Maria Panaritis, Inquirer Staff Writer
It had been a record week, and the vibe at Urban Outfitters headquarters was high. Adrenaline was palpable in executive offices, in design huddles, and on down to the models in skimpy threads pouting for a Free People Web shoot. It was mid-March, and the retailer of insurgent chic had reported killer profits while other retailers watched shoppers weary of high gas prices go into hiding. You could almost hear towels snap a few days earlier as Wall Street analysts congratulated executives for putting up such good numbers.
NEWS
March 4, 1990 | By Stephen Keating, Special to The Inquirer
Rick Keuler loves contests. The 16-year-old always mails in sweepstakes forms, and when he sees a contest box, he usually fills out an entry. Last year he won $50 in a church- sponsored drawing. Rick is also the creative sort. At age 11, he asked the West Deptford Committee why there weren't welcome signs at township borders. Now there are. When he ran for class treasurer in sixth grade, he handed out copies of $100 bills with his picture replacing Franklin's. He still lost.
NEWS
June 6, 1993 | By Blake Morrison, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Forget eye or hair color, build or birthmarks. Creativity is what runs in the Letven family. At least, that's what co-workers of Ed Letven would have you believe. Their boss, chairman of Horsham-based Letven/Diccicco Inc., celebrated his 60th birthday last week, and this month he celebrates his 25th year in the advertising-agency business. According to the firm's account supervisor for public relations, "creative is the first thing that comes to mind. " "Everything that he does has a touch of creativity to it," said Karen Cutler.
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