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SPORTS
February 24, 2013
Q: I work at a high-end restaurant on Walnut street and often times professional athletes dine at my place and never tip! What gives?! We are hard working responsible individuals who care very deeply about our craft. Some pros tip,but NBA players in particular never tip. Could you please help my staff and I understand that one? Thank you for your time. - Disgusted over ignorance A: Money can buy some degree of happiness. Money can buy fancy meals and good times. But money can't buy brains.
NEWS
February 21, 2013 | BY EDWARD G. RENDELL
IN WHAT WAS clearly the emotional high point of his State of the Union speech last week, President Obama, citing many victims of horrific gun violence, told Congress that "they deserve a vote!" He was referring to legislation that would offer the American people various protective measures that would reduce the frequency of gun violence. His message was that Congress shouldn't filibuster or bottle up this legislation - that it should at least have the decency to bring it to the floor for a vote.
SPORTS
February 17, 2013
Q: I have two dogs and my neighbor has two dogs, and we both have invisible fences. The problem is my dogs always wear their collars, whereas her dogs never do, so they are constantly in my yard running around and doing their business. In the morning when I let my dogs out right before I leave for work, her dogs are generally out - in my yard - and I can't get my dogs to come back inside. This week I had to give mine a bath after rolling around in her dogs' business. Do I say something to her or keep mum and just fume?
SPORTS
February 17, 2013
The Eagles added more depth to their offensive line on Friday by signing offensive tackle Ed Wang, the first Chinese player ever drafted in the NFL, to a two-year contract. Wang, 25, was a fifth-round pick by the Buffalo Bills out of Virginia Tech in 2010. His rookie season consisted of six games before he missed 2011 with a thumb injury. Wang, who is listed at 6-foot-5 and 315 pounds, did not make the Oakland Raiders last season after spending the offseason with the team. Wang's parents, Robert and Nancy, met as Chinese Olympians and competed in the 1984 Olympics.
NEWS
February 15, 2013 | By Joseph A. Slobodzian, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Two more witnesses pointed out India Spellman on Thursday as the teenage girl in the Aug. 18, 2010 armed robbery of a Cedarbrook pedestrian and subsequent robbery-murder of an 87-year-old World War II veteran. "How you doing, baby? I forgive you," said Shirley Phillips, pointing out Spellman to the Philadelphia Common Pleas Court jury. "That girl put her gun in my face," said Phillips, 51. "I'll never forget those eyes. " Spellman, 19, had no apparent reaction to being identified by the in-home health care worker as the robber authorities say were committed with 14-year-old Von Combs.
NEWS
February 10, 2013 | By James Osborne, Inquirer Staff Writer
Larry Cardonick was an unlikely sort of special education teacher. When he walked into that first classroom in the late 1950s, he had just left the Canadian Football League, where, despite being under six feet tall and not particularly large, he played defense for the Sarnia Golden Bears on the shores of Lake Huron in Ontario. That was until knee injuries caught up with him, and he returned to his native Philadelphia. Mr. Cardonick, 80, of Cherry Hill, died Friday, Feb. 8, at the Genesis Eldercare home in Voorhees after a long battle with Alzheimer's disease.
SPORTS
February 10, 2013
Q: Sir Charles, got any ideas what to get my husband for Valentine's Day? - Out of Ideas in Pennsauken A: Sweetie, if you have to ask a complete stranger what to get your man, you have some serious problems. Guys are easy. You can get us anything, except maybe flowers. Aside from the obvious choices like candy or liquor or one master remote control that can do everything, maybe you should consider something sentimental. Like, where did you go on your first date? Maybe you can take him back there if possible.
SPORTS
February 3, 2013
Q: For the last two years I have gone skiing with my girlfriend and some other couples. I should say they ski and I wait for them in the lodge. I honestly have no interest in skiing. That didn't seem to be a problem this year until my girl started really leaning on me to join the activity. Fact is, I have no interest in it and, honestly, I'm not down for getting hurt trying. - Slopeless in Southampton A: I'm down with you, dude. If you're not interested in skiing, that is your choice and it should be respected.
NEWS
February 3, 2013 | By Deepti Hajela, Associated Press
NEW YORK - When Ed Koch was mayor, it seemed as if all of New York was being run by a deli counterman. Mayor Koch was funny, irritable, opinionated, often rude and prone to yelling. And it worked, for a while at least. With a Bronx-born combination of chutzpah and humor, Mayor Koch steered New York back from the brink of financial ruin and infused the city with new energy and optimism in the 1970s and '80s while racing around town, startling ordinary New Yorkers on the streets by asking, "How'm I doing?"
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