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May 3, 2013 | BY LES BOWEN, Daily News Staff Writer bowenl@phillynews.com
THIS IS interesting, albeit puzzling news to those of us who watched Michael Vick run down from behind by defensive linemen on more than one occasion last season. Yesterday at the Eagles' offseason workouts, Vick raced LeSean McCoy in the 40, apparently after repeated challenges from the 24-year-old running back. Vick, who turns 33 next month, won handily, according to various Twitter accounts of the race, the first provided by safety Colt Anderson. This is encouraging in that Vick really seems to be taking to new coach Chip Kelly's emphasis on fitness.
SPORTS
April 23, 2013
Tale of the tape Height       Weight          Arm length       Hands 6 feet          201 lbs.          32 inches       83/4 in. Combine results 40-yard dash: 4.37 seconds     Bench press: n/a Vertical jump: 36 inches        Broad jump: 122 inches 3-cone drill: 6.95 seconds    20-yd. shuttle: 4.32 sec. Skinny Milliner excels as a press-man corner. He can make good contact at the line and runs with his man downfield after contact.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 19, 2013
AIN'T NO party like a Carl Dash party. From the late 1990s until 2004, Dash made a name for himself hosting dance parties and mixers at now-closed venues, such as the Five Spot, Transit, Palmers Social Club and Savannah's. He still does parties, but, over time, Dash's scope has broadened to include socially minded events such as the discussion series last summer at the now-closed Elena's Soul Lounge, in West Philly, on topics such as "What's the Matter With Philadelphia? A Black Professional Perspective" and "Black Philadelphia and the Republican Party.
NEWS
March 1, 2013 | By Elaine Ganley, Associated Press
PARIS - King Richard I, the 12th-century warrior whose bravery during the Third Crusade gained him the moniker Lionheart, ended up with a heart full of daisies, as well as myrtle, mint, and frankincense. Those were among the findings of a French study, announced Thursday, which analyzed the embalmed heart of the English king more than 810 years after he died. The biomedical analysis also uncovered less flowery and spicy elements such as creosote, mercury, and perhaps lime in the heart, which has been in the western French city of Rouen since his death in 1199.
SPORTS
February 27, 2013
Manti Te'o's first appearance on a football field since the BCS championship game didn't go as well as planned Monday in Indianapolis. The Notre Dame star and Heisman Trophy runner-up was clocked at 4.82 seconds in the 40-yard dash. NFL Network draft analyst Mike Mayock had said Sunday anything faster than 4.7 would be "phenomenal. " Anything 4.8 or over would be a "concern. " The workout came more than a month after Te'o's highly publicized online romance with a girlfriend was exposed as a hoax.
SPORTS
February 17, 2013 | The Inquirer Staff
Anthony Averett displayed the speed that makes him one of the nation's top high school football players, as the Woodbury senior finished first in the 55-meter dash at the NJSIAA Group 1 indoor track championships Saturday afternoon in Toms River. Averett finished in 6.50 seconds, edging Haddon Heights' Dominique Irons by four-hundredths of a second. Averett's mark was six-hundredths quicker than his preliminary entry. A star defensive back, Averett has signed to play football at Alabama.
NEWS
February 4, 2013 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
It's virtually impossible to watch Smash star Katharine McPhee on screen and not be smitten. The American Idol alumna has a way to go before she masters the intricacies of acting, but it was thrilling to see her sing and dance - and above all be sweet, heartbroken, and sweetly heartbroken - on the first season of NBC's disarming, surprisingly enjoyable, if sometimes mediocre, musical drama, which returns for its sophomore year Tuesday night...
NEWS
November 5, 2012 | By Jonathan Tamari, Inquirer Washington Bureau
Congressional races in three suburban swing districts are charging to Tuesday's finish line against a backdrop of visits by national political figures and renewed interest in the presidential race in Pennsylvania. Republican nominee Mitt Romney's scheduled Sunday stop in Yardley, Bucks County, is sure to bring wide attention to a quintessentially moderate district that is hosting the region's hottest House race. "He's coming to the right place," said Rep. Mike Fitzpatrick, the Bucks County Republican defending his seat against Democrat Kathy Boockvar.
NEWS
October 29, 2012 | By Josh Lederman and Steve Peoples, Associated Press
CELINA, Ohio - Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney and President Obama frantically sought to close the deal with voters with precious few days left in an incredibly close race as this year's October surprise - an unprecedented storm menacing the East Coast - wreaked havoc on their best-laid plans. Ever mindful of his narrow path to the requisite 270 electoral votes, Romney looked to expand his map, weighing an intensified effort in traditionally left-leaning Minnesota. Obama sought to defend historically Democratic turf as the race tightened heading into the final week.
SPORTS
September 24, 2012 | By Matt Gelb, Inquirer Staff Writer
At 4:07 p.m. Sunday, Ryan Howard whiffed at a 97 m.p.h. Craig Kimbrel fastball and Citizens Bank Park emptied without fanfare. Reality has not escaped most; after a lackluster 2-1 loss to Atlanta, the Phillies stand five games back of a postseason spot with nine to play. The Phillies, deluded by the memories of their past greatness, still cling to hope. So life in limbo continues until the bitter end. "The noose is getting tight," Charlie Manuel said, "but we're still there. " "It's still mathematically possible," Cliff Lee said, "and we're not going to give up until it's impossible.
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