August 12, 2010 |
Peanut butter and jelly. Fish and chips. Cheese and pretty much anything. The point? These ingredients complement each other to near perfection, just like Union forwards Sebastien Le Toux and Danny Mwanga. It was a reunion of sorts last night for Le Toux and the rookie Mwanga, who didn't seem to be feeling the effects of an ankle injury that kept him out of action for the last three matches. Against defending Major League Soccer champion Real Salt Lake and without forward Alejandro Moreno - not in the lineup because of an international callup for his native Venezuela in a match against Panama - the Union emerged with a 1-1 tie, fueled by an early Mwanga goal, in the eighth minute.
June 11, 2009 |
Ask developer Bart Blatstein when he'll stop construction in Northern Liberties, and he replies: "Never. " His latest is the Piazza at Schmidts, a collection of apartments and retail along Second Street south of the old Schmidt's brewery. It's just east of Liberties Walk, his first major retail-residential project in the neighborhood. Last month, the Piazza saw the opening of three restaurants, and in three weeks, there will be a fourth. Free parking is just north of the Piazza in a dirt lot at Second Street and Germantown Avenue, where the brewery once sat. Blatstein plans to develop a supermarket there.
April 11, 1991 |
"Bantam" Ben Hogan was one of the best pure ball-strikers to ever wrap his hands around a golf club. But a public conversationalist he was not. In fact, if he so much as nodded his head in your general direction, that was considered a big deal. And yet, he wasn't criticized for his stoic demeanor. If anything, it only added to the legend, made him even more revered. "The difference between Hogan and (Arnold) Palmer," Nick Faldo said yesterday at Augusta National Golf Club, "was that with Hogan, when he reached a green, the people stood up and applauded.
September 28, 1993 |
MOSCOW A SHOW OF FORCE AROUND PARLIAMENT Hundreds of riot police mounted a major show of force today around the Russian parliament as nervous defenders of the complex manned barricades against a possible attack. Helmeted riot police with shields were among those taking part in the biggest show of force yet by the government around the building. Special Interior Ministry troops armed with assault rifles were also seen among the police units ringing the parliament building and grounds.
October 5, 2003
Any fisherman will tell you that hooking a big fish is just the prelude. Even reeling it in sometimes doesn't guarantee fish and chips for dinner. So the New Jersey Economic Development Authority has announced several times that it had landed a big fish: a deal for Steiner & Associates of Columbus, Ohio, to take over and expand the troubled state aquarium and develop a chunk of the Camden riverfront. But the firm has had a long wait for the final details to be resolved so it can put down its first, $5 million investment.
July 7, 2011
Beachside chef Nick LoBianco and family have made the move permanent out of Collingswood and into their third space at the Jersey Shore. This one is a spacious and elegant gray Margate spot where trademark favorites - braised short rib; grilled romaine - now come with slightly lower entree prices (mid-$20s) plus casual options such as meatball sliders and fresh cod fish and chips. An even better bargain, is the beach-side delivery of LoBianco's weekend lunches: a fantastic "BA" burger (with chuck from N.Y.C.'s La Frieda)
September 29, 1996 |
Past the sales counter of the tiny post office, behind the row of mailboxes, is the closest to Scotland that Buckingham Township will ever get. The black-and-white, hand-painted sign advertising Sandy's Store is deceiving. Its plain block letters and home-style approach might make one think the tiny grocery behind the Pineville post office is just another corner market with the usual smattering of household supplies and the requisite candy. Only the small image of a tartan-wearing Scottish drum major painted between the two words hints at what is inside the modest building.
June 12, 1997 |
A Bucks County jury deliberated for 9 1/2 hours yesterday and Tuesday before convicting Said Bouchala, a pizza delivery man, of assaulting a 14-year-old girl while delivering a dinner of fish and chips. The 34-year-old Algerian citizen, who lives in Bensalem and takes classes at Bucks County Community College, was sentenced to three to 23 months in Bucks County Prison and could face deportation. The girl testified during the trial that Bouchala, who was working at the time for New Village Pizza in Bensalem, came into her home, fondled her breasts and bit her. Bouchala denied the accusations, admitting to entering the house, but nothing more.
May 12, 2011
_ Molly Maguire's Irish Restaurant & Pubs in Phoenixville (197 Bridge St., 610-933-9550) and Lansdale (329 W. Main St., 267-263-2109) host a traditional Irish Session of live music and dance from 3-7 p.m. Sundays. Bring your instruments and your appetite for the three-course Sunday Supper, $15.95 (ages 12 and under $1). Among the traditional offerings are Irish Stew, Shepherd's Pie and Fish and Chips. A la carte menu also available. _ Oyster House (1516 Sansom St., 215-567-7683)
November 19, 1988 |
Canadian folk singers Sharon, Lois & Bram celebrated their 10th anniversary with enthusiastic, sold-out audiences of toddlers and parents at the Shubert Theater yesterday and a fresh batch of songs mixed in with their old favorites. These superstars of children's music, made famous by their cable television program The Elephant Show, don't give a concert as much as lead a massive sing-along, complete with kiddie choreography, to the delight of parents and children alike. "It's almost spiritual," said Joann Novak of South Philadelphia, who paid scalpers $5 over face value for tickets for her and her daughter Rebecca, 5. "When they sing that 'Skinnamarink' (the group's theme song from the show)