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June 4, 2015 | Gary Thompson, Daily News Staff Writer
TEN YEARS ago, if you'd told Jeremy Piven that one day his "Masterpiece Theater" gig would cost him a role in a Spike Lee movie, he'd have had you committed. But that's his hectic life today - living and filming his own PBS series in London, trying to squeeze in Hollywood jobs and talking about his life-changing role in "Entourage," the HBO series now hitting the big screen. "Entourage" is known for its loutish bro-comedy trappings, but beneath the surface is a persuasive look at the serendipity and chaos that is Hollywood.
NEWS
June 27, 2006 | By Melissa Dribben INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Five guys drove out of Mount Airy last weekend on a cross-country road trip, a last carefree post-college blast before entering the real world of work and rent and life without an optional meal plan. They weren't worried about spending marathon highway hours packed into a '93 Toyota minivan. Why should they be? They've been tight since, like, forever. Since before The Daily Show premiered, before Jeff Gordon won Daytona, before hooking up meant hooking up and, while we're on the subject, long before any member of the group had personal experience with the gerund.
NEWS
September 1, 2004 | By Annette John-Hall INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Here in Philadelphia, you don't have to watch HBO's hot summer series Entourage to know how celebrity trickles down. We've got Allen Iverson. In his six years in town, A.I. has introduced the city to a flotilla of relatives and childhood friends from Hampton, Va., who could be classified as either thick-and-thin homeboys or reckless freeloaders, depending on what you last read. The same could be said about the crew in Entourage, the witty sitcom, picked up for a second season, about a rising young actor from Queens who moves to Hollywood with his three boyhood pals.
NEWS
June 1, 1988 | The Philadelphia Inquirer / ED HILLE
CIRCUS-BOUND elephants bring some passengers along for the trip as they make their way along 11th Street from the Conrail yard to the Spectrum. The animals were part of the Ringling Bros. and Barnum & Bailey Circus entourage that arrived in town for the circus, which opened yesterday and runs until June 12.
NEWS
March 2, 2013 | By Allison Steele, Inquirer Staff Writer
The rapper French Montana and his entourage left Philadelphia on Friday afternoon after a day spent answering questions from detectives about a late-night shootout that erupted near Montana's tour bus, leaving one man dead and another injured. After Montana's sold-out show Thursday night at South Street's Theater of Living Arts, the rapper's bus was parked near the Holiday Inn Express on Columbus Boulevard around midnight, surrounded by hundreds of friends and fans, when a car with tinted windows drove up and shots were fired from a rolled-down passenger-side window.
NEWS
March 2, 2013 | By Allison Steele, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The rapper French Montana and his entourage left Philadelphia on Friday afternoon after a day spent answering questions from detectives about a late-night shootout that erupted near Montana's tour bus, leaving one man dead and another injured. After Montana's sold-out show Thursday night at South Street's Theater of Living Arts, the rapper's bus was parked near the Holiday Inn Express on Columbus Boulevard around midnight, surrounded by hundreds of friends and fans, when a car with tinted windows drove up and shots were fired from a rolled-down passenger-side window.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 18, 2007 | By Tirdad Derakhshani INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Summer flings - or maybe not Love bloomed this week and lust bubbled up out of control with four hookups, rumored and real: Parisian entourage? Has Paris Hilton become the latest part of Entourage star Adrian Grenier's entourage? An anon friend tells People the pair are buds. He said Grenier's merely picking Paris' brain (slim pickin's, bud) for a docu about fame. Meanwhile, Thursday night in L.A., Paris launched her clothing line to a gazillion adoring fans. Nicole will say yes, yes?
NEWS
July 29, 1987 | BY DAVE BARRY
I recently received a widespread outpouring of mail from a person named Jeffrey Alexander in Cincinnati, Ohio, urging me to run for president. And although my usual policy is to avoid any activity that requires socks, in this case I am seriously thinking of making an exception. Because I happen to believe there is a great deal I could accomplish as leader of the Free World, particularly in the area of motorcades. That would be the Central Theme of my campaign: DAVE BARRY A COMMITMENT TO MOTORCADES I would do most of my motorcading in the company of entourage.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 3, 2006 | Daily News wire services contributed to this report
AS DEVOTEES of HBO's terrific "Entourage" know, James Cameron made the movie "Aquaman" starring a rising young star named Vince Chase. The movie was, of course, not real. Vince, the star with the entourage, is played by Adrian Grenier. Viewers even saw a scene from the film in a mid-June episode, with Aquaman heading off a pier to face down a tidal wave, and it looked pretty good. In that episode, "Entourage's" fake "Aquaman" set a fake opening weekend box-office record by bringing in $116 million.
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June 4, 2015 | Gary Thompson, Daily News Staff Writer
TEN YEARS ago, if you'd told Jeremy Piven that one day his "Masterpiece Theater" gig would cost him a role in a Spike Lee movie, he'd have had you committed. But that's his hectic life today - living and filming his own PBS series in London, trying to squeeze in Hollywood jobs and talking about his life-changing role in "Entourage," the HBO series now hitting the big screen. "Entourage" is known for its loutish bro-comedy trappings, but beneath the surface is a persuasive look at the serendipity and chaos that is Hollywood.
SPORTS
May 15, 2015 | BY BOB COONEY, Daily News Staff Writer cooneyb@phillynews.com
CHICAGO - Joel Embiid never went through the rigors of the NBA Draft Combine. After he declared he was going to the NBA after one season at the University of Kansas, he skipped the annual event in Chicago. He's seeing what it's all about now, though. In an unprecedented move, the 76ers' big man came with Brett Brown and general manager Sam Hinkie to Chicago and is seeing how the the organization works throughout the week. Wednesday, he sat in on about seven interviews with prospective future teammates; yesterday he was at the gym watching workouts and also sat in on some more interviews.
SPORTS
January 20, 2015 | By Les Bowen, Daily News Staff Writer
FOXBORO, Mass. - The Eagles' coaches and scouts head for Mobile, Ala., today for Senior Bowl practice with the top personnel job under head coach Chip Kelly still unfilled. Over the weekend, one candidate was crossed off the list when the Texans promoted Brian Gaine to director of player personnel, pretty much to avoid losing him to the Birds. Miami personnel exec Chris Grier and Jacksonville exec Chris Polian remain in the running, along with Seattle's Scott Fitterer, in addition to in-house candidate Ed Marynowitz.
NEWS
February 28, 2014 | By Kathy Boccella, Inquirer Staff Writer
Emily Kramer-Golinkoff, a 29-year-old with big eyes and long straight hair, is like a lot of other single young women living in Center City: She tracks her exercise with a Fitbit, meets friends for dinner, and works as a new-media researcher. But unlike other twentysomethings, she devotes much of her day to an all-consuming mission: Extending her life. Kramer-Golinkoff's outward vitality masks the rapidly advancing state of a deadly disease, cystic fibrosis. With her lungs operating at 37 percent capacity, she undergoes an arduous three- to four-hour routine of breathing rituals and medications simply to face every day. With life expectancy for her illness in the 30s, Kramer-Golinkoff is throwing much of her waning energy into a philanthropy, Emily's Entourage, with a single mission - to find a cure that will save her life, as well as those of others with her rare form of the disease.
NEWS
March 4, 2013 | By Allison Steele, Inquirer Staff Writer
The rapper French Montana and his entourage left Philadelphia on Friday afternoon after a day spent answering questions from detectives about a late-night shootout that erupted near Montana's tour bus, leaving one man dead and another injured. After Montana's sold-out show Thursday night at South Street's Theater of Living Arts, the rapper's bus was parked near the Holiday Inn Express on Columbus Boulevard around midnight, surrounded by hundreds of friends and fans, when a car with tinted windows drove up and shots were fired from a rolled-down passenger-side window.
NEWS
March 2, 2013 | By Allison Steele, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The rapper French Montana and his entourage left Philadelphia on Friday afternoon after a day spent answering questions from detectives about a late-night shootout that erupted near Montana's tour bus, leaving one man dead and another injured. After Montana's sold-out show Thursday night at South Street's Theater of Living Arts, the rapper's bus was parked near the Holiday Inn Express on Columbus Boulevard around midnight, surrounded by hundreds of friends and fans, when a car with tinted windows drove up and shots were fired from a rolled-down passenger-side window.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 18, 2011 | By Dan Gross
A NDREW DICE CLAY says he considers "Entourage" creator Doug Ellin "my Quentin Tarantino . " What the comedian means is that he hopes that Ellin's casting of him for a recurring role on the final season of the HBO series is the equivalent of what Tarantino casting John Travolta in "Pulp Fiction" did to kick-start Travolta's career. Dice, who headlines Atlantic City's Tropicana July 30, recorded two comedy specials at the Spectrum, and his former fiancee Eleanor Kerrigan is a South Philly native.
NEWS
October 2, 2010 | By Thomas Fitzgerald, Inquirer Staff Writer
WILMINGTON - Christine O'Donnell now has an entourage. As the Republican Senate nominee shuttled between the reception in her new campaign headquarters and a corner office Friday, a half dozen aides trailed with portfolios and advice. A muscled bodyguard wearing an earpiece and an olive-green military jacket secured the doorway. Since her upset win in Delaware's GOP primary Sept. 14, the tea party-backed O'Donnell had virtually disappeared from public. She emerged Friday with an invitation-only Republican unity rally and headquarters opening.
NEWS
February 15, 2009 | By John Timpane, Inquirer Staff Writer
It's called "25 Random Things About Me. " It lives on Facebook, the popular social-networking Web site. It's a list you fill with 25 items of personal information, ranging from the trivial to the intimate. Trivial: "I hate tuna. " Personal: "Part of me hasn't grown past the moment of my father's death. " Intimate: "I have been unfaithful, but so far it hasn't mattered much. " You send your "25 Random Things" chain-letter-style to 25 friends, and they fill it out and tag 25 others, and . . . And soon Facebook - a virtual living room where people hang out and tell everyone else what they're doing and thinking - is awash with personal revelations, admissions, info once kept private.
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