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NEWS
March 9, 2011
WHEN I stopped in the old CJ's Bar at Memphis and Susquehanna for what was the best tip a paperboy could get - an ice-cold fountain soda on a hot day - I never thought that some day I'd have an occasional byline in the People Paper. A few years back, I started communicating with the editorial board, and, since 2007, they've printed my op-eds every month or so. Some of you liked them. Some hated them. Some sent pictures of dead groundhogs with lottery tickets in their paws or sought to engage me in a street fight to help get your point across.
NEWS
December 6, 2010
RE OP-ED writer Dom Giordano, the teacher-turned-talk-show-host - and just another hater of Michael Vick - who wants to impose his opinion and views of parenting: Who gives you the right to tell parents what to buy their children? You gave up teaching, and, boy, are parents from that school happy. Were you still there, your children would probably never learn to give a person a "second chance. " After reading all that garbage, what you really want from Vick is his checkbook. (Are you thinking, "I'm not paid that much!"
SPORTS
October 30, 1994 | By Sally Pollak, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
On a beautiful fall day at Belmont Plateau, hundreds of teenagers in colorful sweats and playful moods stretched, laughed, set up temporary camps with classmates in a field or under a tree, and went for a run in the park. At least one teenager, a veteran of Public League cross-country meets, didn't bother to show up for the 3.1-mile race. For Melody Rawls, a senior at Bartram, cross-country no longer cuts it. "I practice but I don't run the meets because we don't have enough girls to qualify," she said.
NEWS
July 5, 2013
INDEPENDENCE Mall was awash with red, white and blue yesterday, and covered with patriots. The one I wound up passing time with was a 65-year-old Philadelphia virgin who is the first announced 2016 presidential candidate. An independent, Ed O'Donnell plans to run under the Patriot Party banner, which sparks a conversation about being a patriot: What it meant then and what it has come to mean today. "Patriotism" has been captured (some say held hostage) by the political right, while it is minimalized (some say abandoned)
NEWS
November 21, 2014 | By Julia Terruso, Inquirer Staff Writer
As security guard Carlos Cadiz walked down the sixth-floor hallway around 2:30 a.m. making his nightly rounds, the air around him started to feel cooler, denser. He fought back an overwhelming feeling that someone was striding along with him, close but not quite touching his arm. Suddenly, a locked door leading to the old jail started rattling violently. "I just ran for the elevator," said Cadiz, a guard at Camden City Hall. "I got out of there fast as I could. " This month, with the help of 10 paranormal investigators who blanketed the sixth floor with spirit-detection technology, Cadiz was introduced to his walking mate.
SPORTS
May 11, 2011 | By TED SILARY, silaryt@phillynews.com
Just because one stands tall atop the mound and the other crouches low behind the plate, don't assume the Ravert brothers' roles are completely defined. Joe also does some catching . . . of flak. "My brother [Ed] is my biggest critic," Joe said, smiling. "Well, him and my dad [also Ed]. He can be pretty demanding. Lets me know right where I stand. " Joe, a 6-2, 230-pound junior righthander at Malvern Prep, then told a story of a 2010 game against Penn Charter. "I missed with three straight pitches and he threw the ball back at me real hard," he said.
SPORTS
October 10, 2011 | BY TED SILARY, silaryt@phillynews.com
AS HE WALKED OFF the football field Saturday at Upper Darby High, Joe Nilan was greeted by a guy who slapped him five, offered one of those half-hug bumps and said, "What's goin' on, dude? Awesome game!" Further proof that blood is thicker than school ties. There was a reason the guy interacting with Nilan bore a strong facial resemblance. It was his brother, Ed, who'd just witnessed Joe and Malvern Prep deal his alma mater, Monsignor Bonner, a 28-7, nonleague battle-of-Friars setback.
SPORTS
September 23, 2011
Player                School        Class     Major Hillary Allen          Drexel          Jr.        Elementary ed. Lindsey Atzert          Cabrini          So. Educational studies Paige Collings          Drexel          Jr. Biological sciences Danielle McDevitt       Holy Family    So.    Elemen./sp. ed. Ashley Minch          Rowan          Jr.
NEWS
December 14, 2006
THE Daily News op-ed page welcomes a variety of voices and viewpoints from the city and beyond. The same standards for fairness and accuracy that inform the rest of our pages apply to these pages as well. We're very serious about our commitment to the public trust on every page of this paper. It was brought to our attention that there were similarities between an op-ed we ran this week from Vern Anastasio and a policy document by San Francisco Mayor Gavin Newsom. On further investigation, it turns out that the bulk of the op-ed appearing under Mr. Anastasio's name came from Mayor Newsom, without attribution.
NEWS
January 4, 2001 | by Joseph Rocks
In an illuminating yet disturbing report issued last month to Congress, the Coalition for Juvenile Justice found that as many as 75 percent of young people in the nation's juvenile justice system suffer mental health problems. They are children, and yet in many respects they have suffered through experiences that most adults would find tough to endure. Consider a youngster named Ed, who found his way into one of Pennsylvania's secure treatment facilities. Growing up, Ed was severely abused by his alcoholic father.
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