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SPORTS
December 7, 2015 | By Aaron Carter, Inquirer Staff Writer
Helmets held aloft, tears still clinging to their faces, La Salle's football players gathered on the sideline for their band's solemn serenade of the alma mater. The Explorers fell Saturday in overtime, 16-13, to District 11's Parkland in a PIAA Class AAAA quarterfinal at Northeast that was fraught with tension, drama, and even some controversy. Devante Cross scored the winning touchdown from 4 yards out on Parkland's second play of its only overtime possession. The Boston College-bound quarterback barreled up the middle on what appeared to be a designed run. "Boy, our kids played hard," La Salle coach John Steinmetz said.
SPORTS
December 2, 2015 | BY AARON CARTER, Inquirer Staff Writer cartera@phillynews.com
CHRIS FERGUSON grew up No. 10 of 11 children in his family's Fort Washington household, so perhaps surviving in a brood that size taught him how to effectively wait his turn. The La Salle High senior quarterback has done just that during his tenure with the Explorers. The 6-4, 225-pounder played understudy for two seasons after Kyle Shurmur transferred in from Ohio three years ago. Before that, Ferguson was a freshman at Upper Dublin in competition with a talented quarterback whose father was also the head coach.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 2, 2015 | By Steve and Mia
The 2015-2016 Penn Humanities Forum on Sex has sponsored a film series prompting discussions about same-sex marriage, gender-bender fashions and continued gender inequities in corporate boardrooms. Does this mean we're living in a revolutionary era on sex? Daily News romance columnists Steve and Mia decided to seek answers to that question at the recently opened exhibit at the Penn Museum, "Sex: A History in 30 Objects. " We asked them to check out the exhibit, which features artifacts from around the world, and then tell us whether we're currently in a revolution or just the latest version of civilization's eternal obsession with sex. Here's what they had to say: Steve: Professor Heather Love is topic director for the Penn Humanities Forum.
SPORTS
November 30, 2015 | By Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Staff Writer
Following in the footsteps of his brothers, Cedric and Sameir, Syaire Madden was making a big mark in football at Springside Chestnut Hill. But the standout running back opted to transfer to La Salle before this school year. Continuing to give his new squad a major boost, Madden carried 19 times for 174 yards and two third-quarter touchdowns as the Explorers blasted Simon Gratz, 42-15, Saturday afternoon in the PIAA District 12 Class AAAA final at Northeast. "When I was in eighth grade, La Salle was one of the schools I considered," the 5-foot-8, 190-pound junior said.
NEWS
November 22, 2015 | BY BECKY BATCHA, Daily News Staff Writer batchab@phillynews.com, 215-854-5757
IN ITS 83-year history, Vine Memorial Baptist Church has had precisely two pastors. Founding pastor the Rev. Leonard George Carr presided from 1932 to 1976. The current pastor, the Rev. James S. Allen, arrived in 1978. This New Year's Eve at the congregation's annual Watch Night service, the 79-year-old Allen plans to preach his last sermon. "We always have a Watch Night service," he said. "We start at 10 o'clock and we'll be in worship as the old year passes out and the new year comes in. That's been our history.
SPORTS
November 16, 2015 | By Aaron Carter, Inquirer Staff Writer
Father Judge senior Yeedee Thaenrat is one of the fastest and most dynamic running backs in Philadelphia. La Salle's Nick Rinella still tracked him down from behind. Rinella made perhaps the game's two biggest defensive plays in the Explorers' 27-6 Catholic League Class AAAA semifinal win against Father Judge Now La Salle (6-3, 2-1) will have a championship date with two-time defending champion St. Joseph's Prep. "I've never beaten the Prep," said Rinella, a 5-foot-9, 190-pound running back and defensive back.
NEWS
November 8, 2015 | By Angela Couloumbis and Craig R. McCoy, Inquirer Staff Writers
Pennsylvania Attorney General Kathleen G. Kane is refusing to cooperate with a Senate committee examining whether to remove her from office, saying it lacks the authority to decide if she can remain in the position to which she was elected. In a densely worded letter, Kane on Friday rebuffed the panel's request for documents from her office. She said the committee had no jurisdiction. The only legal means to remove an elected official, Kane said, is impeachment, a process that begins in the state House of Representatives.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 7, 2015 | By Ellen Dunkel, Inquirer Staff Writer
Bodytraffic opened Wednesday night at the Prince Theater with an evening of works that celebrate and explore its very medium - dance. This second program in Dance Affiliates' new NextMove series opened with The New 45 , Richard Siegal's work for company co-artistic director Tina Finkelman Berkett and dancer Guzman Rosado. It had the duo dancing - perhaps in a living room - to a series of jazz tunes. The movement in turns, defined by the music, had an improved feel. The choreographed combinations of pirouettes and jumps, or simple play, had many touches of humor.
FOOD
November 6, 2015 | By Maureen Fitzgerald, Inquirer Food Editor
When I showed up with my bag of groceries at Wiggins Prep Elementary School in Camden, my plan was to teach these fifth graders how to make a healthy quesadilla. When I mentioned the Mexican fast-food favorite, I got blank stares. "Don't you go to Taco Bell or other take-out Mexican restaurants?" I asked. They all shook their heads no. "Then I am going to introduce you to quesadillas," I said, thinking I was lucky they didn't know the greasy, cheesy, high-fat, panfried ones, to compare with the oven-baked ones we were making with whole-wheat tortillas, lean meat, and apples.
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