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ENTERTAINMENT
March 18, 1996 | By Douglas J. Keating, INQUIRER THEATER CRITIC
Michael Bamberger calls his first play, Bart & Fay, "a play about a friendship told from the perspective of the surviving friend. " If you follow baseball, you're already familiar with the background against which the friendship will be tested. You know that Bart Giamatti was commissioner of baseball and Fay Vincent assistant commissioner in 1989, when Giamatti had to decide how severely to punish Pete Rose. One of the sport's greatest and most popular players, Rose had committed the sin of wagering on baseball games and the cardinal sin of betting on his own team.
LIVING
January 12, 1986 | By Susan Morse, Special to The Inquirer
It began as a quarrel about the two companions' professional roles, and gave way to a profound and unexpected rupture. For a long month, each kept up a brittle silence that mocked their 10 or more years of confidences. Finally, Diane Rehm, a Washington radio talk show host, and her estranged friend, Jane Holmes Dixon, an Episcopal priest, agreed to try the unconventional - to review the blow-up together with a therapist. "We did go," said Rehm, 49. "For the most part, the therapist listened.
NEWS
June 23, 1988 | By Gloria A. Hoffner, Special to The Inquirer
Jeanne Lennon, 58, and Barbara Kitchen, 59, have been friends since they were teenagers, but they met face to face for the first time Sunday . The two women formed a friendship 43 years ago, and it has developed through the written word. Lennon, of Upper Darby, and Kitchen, of Devon, England, never even thought of communicating by phone until October 1986. That telephone conversation led to a visit by Kitchen. "I wrote in early 1986 and suggested we exchange phone numbers, and one day my husband, Dennis, simply said, 'Why don't you give her a call?
NEWS
June 1, 1989 | By Chris Morkides, Special to The Inquirer
When Conestoga's Dan Lehman practiced early every morning during the PIAA state tennis tournament last week, his practice partner was William Tennent's Jason Katzer. When Katzer beat Notre Dame's Gog Boonswang in a semifinal match early Saturday afternoon, Lehman stood on the adjacent court and cheered the victory. Lehman and Katzer are good friends, but even friendship has its limits. One of those limits is the PIAA boys' state tennis title, which Lehman won by beating Katzer, 6-1, 2-6, 7-5, in the final at the West Branch Tennis Club in Williamsport Saturday afternoon.
NEWS
August 9, 1991 | By Susan Caba, Inquirer Staff Writer
Danny Hagan and Margie Moore were friends from at least the sixth grade. They were confirmed in the same Kensington church, and played together in each other's homes. She helped him get his job, drove him to work, and sometimes ran errands for his neighborhood deli. He often bought her lunch, and fronted money for her lottery tickets. This week, Hagan and Moore found themselves on the opposite sides of a Philadelphia courtroom. He had two lawyers, and so did she. One of his attorneys said the lawsuit was about the death of a friendship.
NEWS
April 27, 1994
When President Clinton eulogizes Richard M. Nixon today, as the former president is buried in his California birthplace, he will pay tribute to a fascinating political friendship that may say more about the modern presidency than any 21-gun salute. The salute will be part of the ceremonies, of course, and a military honor guard. A national day of mourning has been declared. Mr. Clinton offered that and more to the Nixon family. Mr. Clinton's graciousness may be motivated by shrewd politics.
NEWS
August 24, 2012
DEAR ABBY: I'm writing for advice on friendship. There is a person who insists we are "best friends. " She calls every day to gossip and get into people's business, including mine. We are grown women, and I find this childish. I am a loner. I don't like too many people in my space, but I don't want to hurt her feelings. I just want her to get a life. I'm married; she's single. We have nothing in common, in my opinion, and she tries to keep up with my every move. If I don't answer the phone at home, she calls me at work.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 10, 2010
DEAR ABBY: "Pam" and I have been friends since childhood, when we attended preschool together. Our backgrounds are similar and we share the same religious views. About two months ago, Pam suddenly stopped speaking to me. I have wracked my brain and honestly have no idea why this happened. I have called, e-mailed and sent her letters to which she tersely replied, "Leave me alone. " I'm sick over it and don't know what to do. My kids love Pam and I adore her children and family.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 5, 2012 | Dear Abby
DEAR ABBY: I am 39, married, and a professional woman with a good income. My best friend, "Barbie," and I both went to work after high school without completing our education. However, after several years I decided to go to college and get a degree so I could change careers. It turned out to be one of the best decisions I ever made. My income has more than doubled. Barbie is obviously jealous of my new life. She and her family barely make ends meet. I now feel as if I must walk on eggshells around her — guarding my conversation lest I mention a new purchase or having time off. If something does slip out, Barbie becomes defensive.
NEWS
October 4, 2010 | By Bobby Olivier, Inquirer Staff Writer
The relationship started in 1989, with a mystery. That year, a tax bill meant for Evesham, N.J., was mistakenly delivered to Evesham, England. "We were unaware of Evesham in New Jersey, and we thought, 'Who are these people in America?' " said Evesham Twinning Association chairman John Smith, of the community in central England. A few curious town officials, including Smith, traveled later that year to the United States to visit the town with the same name. After experiencing what was described to Smith as great hospitality, Evesham, England, began setting up a relationship between the communities the following year.
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