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May 21, 1998 | By Henry J. Holcomb, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
With today's precision guidance technology, pilots can land airliners and corporate jets when they can't see where they're going. But rescue crews on the ground don't have the same equipment, so pilots and their passengers are in real trouble if their plane skids off the runway or catches fire in a dense fog or blinding snowstorm. "Sometimes it's so bad, you can't see your hand in front of your face," said Lt. John Brady, riding across the expanse of the Philadelphia International Airport in a huge, rumbling rescue truck.
SPORTS
January 29, 1991 | From Inquirer Wire Services
Penn State will begin competition in 18 Big Ten conference sports next season, the university said yesterday. This does not include football or men's or women's basketball. The integration of those programs is still under discussion. The Nittany Lions' wrestling team will remain in the Eastern Wrestling League through next season and will start Big Ten competition in 1992-93. The incorporation of Penn State's fencing and field hockey programs into the Big Ten also is still under discussion.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 10, 1993 | By Julia M. Klein, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Even before space travel was possible, astronomers and science-fiction writers were obsessed with the mysteries it might reveal. What lies beyond our planet and our solar system? they wondered. Could there be other worlds like ours? Other life forms? The National Air and Space Museum's Star Trek show, which closed Jan. 31, presented one version of these imaginings. Its new permanent exhibition, "Where Next, Columbus?" offers a more sobering view. It reminds us that warp speed, which allowed the USS Enterprise to dart from galaxy to galaxy, is just a convenient fiction.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 29, 1992 | By Desmond Ryan, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
MOSTLY HARMLESS Fiction. By Douglas Adams. Harmony. $20 Douglas Adams' legions of fans will not be surprised to hear that their favorite guide to hitchhiking around the galaxy deserves a thumbs-up for taking another look at the future and discovering - yet again - that it doesn't work. His findings make up another wonderfully pliant cosmic joke in Mostly Harmless, which is the fifth instalment in - as the publishers sheepishly admit - "the increasingly inaccurately named Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy trilogy.
NEWS
July 28, 2009 | By Kevin B. O'Neill
In just a few weeks, one of America's great industrial migrations will be under way: The new 2010 car models will begin rolling into the nation's car dealerships. While this is typically accompanied by a figurative flourish of trumpets, this year's fleet arrives to the funereal drumbeat of dealerships slamming shut. The latest estimates predict that a total of 3,800 dealerships will close by next summer, putting up to 150,000 people out of work. Though these closings are but one painful detail of the current economic calamity, they deserve particular attention.
NEWS
April 28, 1994 | By Valerie Reed, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
More than 35 Bucks County artists are participating this weekend in Galaxy '94, an art show and sale to benefit the Network of Victim Assistance (NOVA). Paintings, sculptures, ceramics, jewelry and photographs will be among the pieces on display tomorrow and Saturday. The artists include Harriet Ermentrout, Glenda Lange Bye, Katharine Steele Renninger, and Mark and France Osterman. Ellen Brown, NOVA's director of community relations, said that the artists were donating 50 percent of the proceeds from their sales to the nonprofit agency.
SPORTS
March 13, 1998 | By Roger Allaway, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Major League Soccer will begin its third season Sunday, when the expansion Miami Fusion will host defending champion Washington D.C. United in Fort Lauderdale, Fla. This is a very different-looking MLS from the one fans saw in its first two seasons, however. The main changes are the addition of two expansion teams, Miami and Chicago, and personnel shifts caused by a series of trades involving some of the league's biggest names. During MLS's first two seasons, teams tiptoed around in the trade market, and no major faces changed teams.
NEWS
December 8, 1993 | by Nels Nelson, Daily News Theater Critic
It seemed such a wonderful idea, assembling a cast of some of this area's favorite players for a send-up of that beloved holiday season cash cow, the dramatization of Charles Dickens' "A Christmas Carol. " I thought so highly of the idea that I delayed the start of a two-week vacation to be in on the opening. I sat in the Zellerbach, an island of gloom in an audience literally exploding in mirth around me. Why did I now think it was a lousy idea? Well, I am a natural grouch.
SPORTS
February 9, 1987 | By PHIL JASNER, Daily News Sports Writer
There was poetry in the way they played yesterday's NBA All-Star Game. Poetry. Grace. Skill. Charisma. A sport that has gone beyond itself. Julius Erving, at 36, in his 16th and last All-Star Game, was the thread, linking basketball as it was to basketball as it has become. The sky-walkers sky higher, faster, more frequently now. They contort, unfurl, extend, create, gyrate. Doctor J, halfway through his final professional season, is the root of all that they have become. In a schedule crammed with tributes to him, yesterday emerged as a portion of his tribute in return.
NEWS
April 11, 2014 | By Molly Eichel
IS ONE OF OUR "MOB WIVES" leaving our fair city for the Big Apple? A source close to VH1 reality star Natalie Guercio says that for Season 5 of the popular show, Guercio will move to Manhattan and try to open a store with her boyfriend, London Rene . Both of their Twitter profiles list New York and Philadelphia as their places of residence. VH1 and Guercio's publicist deny the move, but my source was quite adamant. Fellow Philly Mob Wife Alicia DiMichele owns the boutique Addiction, with locations in South Philly (1713 S. 12th St.)
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