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February 28, 2016
Leonard My Fifty-Year Friendship With a Remarkable Man By William Shatner with David Fisher Thomas Dunne. 278 pp. $25.99 Reviewed by Jon Caroulis First, Leonard Nimoy wrote a book, I Am Not Spock . Then he wrote I Am Spock . So who was he? His Star Trek costar William Shatner tries to find out in his memoir, Leonard: My Fifty-Year Friendship With A Remarkable Man . Writing in a conversational tone (with the help of David Fisher)
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January 22, 2016
DEAR ABBY: We recently lost our dog, a 13-year-old springer spaniel, to old age. His passing has left a huge hole in our hearts and lives. We miss his companionship, his personality and the structure that caring for him brought to our lives. We're 51 and 60, own our home and are financially secure. Some of our friends are discouraging us from adopting another dog. They say we travel too much. Last year, we spent 12 weeks away from home. When we travel, we hire a trusted pet sitter to move into the house and attend to all our dog's needs.
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January 17, 2016 | By Carolyn Hax
Adapted from a recent online discussion.   Question: I now live in a party destination, and I regularly get family and friends visiting to experience the city. This includes "Kathy," who has been in a long-term relationship for seven years. When we were out, I came back from the bar to find Kathy making out with a guy who was rounding third base. I hated that she made me an accomplice to her cheating, and I ended up mostly breaking off the friendship. Now two years later, mostly reconciled, Kathy confronted me drunkenly at a birthday party for "treating her like a whore" and "making her feel bad for what she did. " It all came out that Kathy and her boyfriend had made their relationship open before her trip.
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December 18, 2015 | By Carolyn Hax
Adapted from a recent online discussion.   Question: I've been with my husband for 16 years, married 10. We were friends at first, and it grew into a mutual love. Generally, we're great. The not-so-great part is he stopped wanting sex, and it has been a source of contention for a few years now. Even with all the friendship and ability to talk issues out, this is one thing he just hasn't improved on. No doctor visits for it, no therapy, nothing. We were going to try for kids.
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September 16, 2015 | By Matthew Nussbaum, Inquirer Staff Writer
George Guida, 93, a Villanova University track and field star who served his country in World War II and represented it in the 1948 Olympics, died Monday, Sept. 7, in San Francisco, where he had lived for more than 50 years. Mr. Guida, remembered as a man of kindness and humility, was one of the first great runners to compete for Villanova's now-storied track program. But it is not just what Mr. Guida did in competition that made him such an important figure for the team. A friendship Mr. Guida struck up with an Irish runner at the 1948 Olympics in London continues to benefit Villanova today.
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August 19, 2015 | By Kevin Riordan, Inquirer Columnist
In the side yard between two houses on a broiling block of South Broadway, tall trees create a canopy of shade over four rows of tables covered in white. Volunteers fire up a massive, custom-made barbecue grill. Hungry people form a line as more volunteers arrive with side dishes, salads, jugs of iced tea, and a tub of mango water ice. Another "Dinner on Broadway" is getting underway in Camden's Waterfront South neighborhood. And everyone's welcome. "It started with one monthly meal 20 years ago," says Ted Fox, 78, of Cherry Hill, a retired Realtor who schedules the volunteers.
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August 10, 2015 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Their friendship began in homeroom at Arcola Intermediate School. By the time they reached Methacton High, Rachel and Ben did everything together. Though they traveled in a group of 10 friends, "I always found myself just talking to her," Ben said. "Even when I was dating someone else," said Rachel, "he was always the friend I could lean on. " There were other, more-than-friendship feelings, but Ben was afraid that, if he acted on them and it didn't work out, he'd lose their friendship.
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July 7, 2015 | BY BOB STEWART, Daily News Staff Writer
A BOUQUET OF balloons hung above an empty table in a Northeast Philadelphia union hall full of construction workers. A sign reserved the table for "Friends of Fonzie. " The workers, known to occasionally get into heated arguments, were conducting the routine business of reading expense reports and voting on issues with "ayes" or "nays. " Suddenly they grew silent and just smiled: Alfonso "Fonzie" Soglia, 4, and his parents had arrived. The Glaziers Union Local 252 had invited the boy as guest of honor at this monthly closed-door gathering June 17 at Southampton and Townsend roads.
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June 15, 2015 | By Dan DeLuca, Inquirer Music Critic
  Nobody bonds with their audience like Taylor Swift, and on Friday night in South Philadelphia, the 25-year-old pop superstar from Wyomissing spent more than two hours connecting with 50,000 of her closest fans in the first of back-to-back sellout shows at Lincoln Financial Field. This is the tour for 1989 . That's the 2014 album, named for the year of her birth, that is closing in on an astonishing five million copies sold in the United States. It has completed Swift's trajectory from teenage country singer to unabashed pop artist.
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May 17, 2015 | By Art Carey, For The Inquirer
Rob Garfield knows he is fighting an uphill battle. He has written an important book about men, friendship, and emotional intimacy, and he knows most men aren't inclined to buy such books. In fact, most books are bought by women, and unless they are especially concerned about the welfare of the men in their lives, they, too, may not be as responsive as they should to a book with the title Breaking the Male Code - Unlocking the Power of Friendship: Overcoming Male Isolation for a Longer, Happier Life.
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