September 21, 2016 |
Sheldon Tarnopol, 80, of Mount Laurel, the third generation of his family to own retail fur stores in the Philadelphia region, died of heart failure Monday, Sept. 19, at Cooper University Hospital in Camden. His grandfather, Max, arrived in North Philadelphia in the late 1800s, bringing with him the fur sales training he had learned in the Russian Empire, Sheldon Tarnopol told the Inquirer in 1995. Max Tarnopol opened the first of his family's stores at 16th and Diamond Streets. In 1956, the family moved its business to the City Line Shopping Center in Philadelphia and in 1991 to a Montgomery Avenue location in Bala Cynwyd.
March 31, 2016 |
Tonight - after way too long a winter hiatus - Fox's hip-hop drama, Empire, is back. So many unanswered questions: Will Rhonda, the pregnant wife of Lucious' son Andre, survive her tumble down the stairs? And who threw her? Will Anika ever tell Lucious' other son, Hakeem - played by handsome West Philadelphian Bryshere Y. Gray (Yazz the Greatest) - that she is preggers with his baby? And will Lucious be able to wrest his beloved company, Empire Entertainment, from the evil, manicured clutches of Camilla, whose salty character is well-portrayed by supermodel Naomi Campbell?
March 7, 2016 |
THE NO. 1 COMPLAINT of pet owners is shedding, sometimes aptly referred to as "blowing coat. " And while you can reduce the risk of a "fur-nado" with regular brushing and other basic strategies, there's no magic solution to put an end to the hair flying around your home as dogs start to shed their winter coats and new hair comes in. The dirty little secret about dogs is that they all shed, but some more than others. Double-coated dogs - such as Alaskan malamutes, chow chows, Shetland sheepdogs and Siberian huskies - are the most obvious.
February 22, 2016
The escape was so traumatic that Cory Donovan remembers what day of the week it was, even though it was four years ago. It was a Tuesday. Donovan had just come home from work at the Roanoke-Blacksburg Technology Council in Virginia and, as he did every day, let his Doberman mixes Raven and Lula out to do their business in the fenced-in backyard. When he went to bring them in, he lived every pet owner's nightmare: "They weren't there. " A landscaper presumably had not secured the gate when he left that day. Raven and Lula saw opportunity.
February 3, 2016
ASSOCIATED PRESS NEW YORK - On the field, the four-legged fur balls of the Hallmark Channel's Kitten Bowl III were all business. But off? Well, let's just say there were some impurr-prieties dogging these feline paw-thletes. "Sometimes we get into an issue or two. They tend to like to really delve into the catnip, and that type of thing sometimes gets a little out of control," quipped Boomer Esiason, the Feline Football League commissioner for the Super Bowl Sunday event (airing at noon Sunday)
January 13, 2015 |
The deep freeze that gripped much of the nation last week and snarled travel, shut schools, filled homeless shelters, and led some zoos to bring penguins inside was just perfect for Holly the German giant bunny, who lives at the Elmwood Park Zoo in Norristown. "When it's like this, she really likes to go outside," Sam Navarino, the zoo's education manager, said Sunday at the first Breakfast With the Animals program this year. The theme, not surprisingly, was "Creature Comforts," with Navarino explaining why some zoo animals love the bone-freezing weather.
September 12, 2014 |
Q: Me and this girl have been seeing each for about a month, and out of the blue one day she announces that she's a furry. She brought out this cat costume with ears and a tail she likes to wear to this dance party she goes to. She even answers the phone when I call by saying "meow. " I thought it was sort of cute in the beginning, but she's a grown woman with a kid. She's in this stuff deep. We've talked about it but she keeps on telling me that this stuff she's into has nothing do with sex. Is she going to want me to do it to her in that get up?
June 23, 2014 |
Beverly Sendrow Tarnopol, 77, of Mount Laurel, owner with her husband, Sheldon, of the former Philadelphia and Lower Merion retailer Tarnopol Furs, died Thursday, June 19, at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital in Philadelphia, after a fall. Mrs. Tarnopol, known as Buni, was born in Philadelphia and graduated from Overbrook High School in 1954. A son, Neil, said that Sheldon Tarnopol's grandfather Max began the business, first in Russia, then in New York City. Between the early 1900s and the 1950s, Tarnopol Furs was at 16th and Diamond Streets in North Philadelphia, before moving in 1956 to the City Line Shopping Center in Philadelphia.
November 23, 2013 |
STATE COLLEGE, Pa. Weeks after Pennsylvania State University's search for a new president suffered a setback, a verbal battle over the process erupted Thursday at a committee meeting of the board of trustees. Trustee Anthony Lubrano said the board should allow all 32 trustees to meet with and interview the final three candidates. Only 12 trustees now serve on the search committee; he and other trustees who have criticized the board's leadership were excluded. "It's a valid concern when you say to 18 members of the board, 'Here's a person.
October 4, 2013 |
WITH A heavy heart, Aasim Campbell took a knee near midfield with his Samuel Fels High teammates after leading them to a 35-16 victory last night at Charles Martin Memorial Field. Head coach Bill Harrigan then spoke succinctly about exorcising last week's late-game demons and finishing off a game against Horace Furness. Harrigan then presented the game ball to Campbell. "There is overcoming adversity," Harrigan said, "and then there is overcoming adversity. " Campbell's father, Benjamin Campbell, was shot and killed on Tuesday, Aasim said.