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March 29, 1993 | By Ginny Wiegand, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER Inquirer staff writers Linda Loyd and Vanessa Williams contributed to this article
Edward I. Savitz, 51, the meek Center City actuary whose bizarre sexual fetishes made him front page news in Philadelphia and the nation last year, died Saturday of AIDS. Mr. Savitz died at a Philadelphia hospice, where he had been transferred about a week ago by court order. Previously, he had been held in the prison wing of Girard Medical Center. "He's finally at peace and he is no longer tormented by those who accused him of infecting thousands with AIDS," said Barnaby C. Wittels, his lawyer.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 29, 2010
10 tonight BRAVO Sylvia Weinstock (right) is guest judge as the pastry chefs compete in a bake sale that's raising money for a high-school pep squad and glee club.
NEWS
August 29, 2016
Elizabeth Mosier is a writer in Wayne 'Why aren't you crying?" my daughter Alison asked, looking around at the other parents and students saying their goodbyes. We'd just left the Freshman Assembly, where she'd marched with her class through the grand, gothic hall, following the president and provost, the deans and directors, all appropriately imposing in their academic regalia. Of course I'd teared up as the organ music swelled, and as the glee club sang of childhood's passing and the bright beginning of college years - she is, after all, my firstborn.
NEWS
August 4, 2016 | By Bonnie L. Cook, Staff Writer
William J. Grey, 59, of West Philadelphia, a Center City psychotherapist, died Tuesday, July 26, from brain cancer at home. Dr. Grey endured his illness "with presence of mind, humor, and love," said his husband, Roderick MacNeil. Dr. Grey was found to have brain cancer in February 2015. He received hospice care at home and was visited there by friends and family. Born in Bronxville, N.Y., to Milton and Edna Grey, he grew up in Yonkers, N.Y. He graduated from Roosevelt High School, where he participated in musical and theatrical performances.
NEWS
June 25, 2008 | By Gayle Ronan Sims INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Bruce Eglinton Montgomery of Chestnut Hill, director of Gilbert & Sullivan Players of Philadelphia and director of musical studies at the University of Pennsylvania including the Penn Glee Club, the Mask & Wig Club, the University Band, and the Penn Singers, died Saturday of heart failure at his summer home in Spruce Head Island, Maine. Mr. Montgomery died one day after his 81st birthday. "When Monty was 5, he directed, wrote, produced, made costumes, starred and sang in his first opera for friends and neighbors at his family's summer home in Wildwood Crest," said his sister Elizabeth Thomas.
NEWS
May 7, 1986 | By Charlie Frush, Inquirer Staff Writer
Perhaps, for the squeamish, there ought to be a warning sign on the door to the frog-dissecting classroom, but otherwise everything will be "PG" rated today when Edgewater Park Township's Jacques and Magowan schools conduct their third biennial Learning Fair. The two-hour program kicks off tonight at 7 p.m., according to superintendent Walter Dold, when "all the students demonstrate activities they do during the normal year. " Designed to foster parent-student communication by encouraging parents to ask students about their activities, the program will include a first-grade operetta, physical-education dancing, a gym show, a fashion show by home economics students, art displays and projects, science studies (beware the frogs)
NEWS
July 16, 2013 | Associated Press
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Cory Monteith, the handsome young actor who shot to fame in the hit TV series "Glee" but was beset by addiction struggles so fierce that he once said he was lucky to be alive, was found dead in a hotel room, police said. He was 31. The Canadian-born Monteith, who played star quarterback turned singer Finn Hudson on the Fox TV series about a high-school glee club, was found dead in his room on the 21st floor of the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel on Vancouver's waterfront about noon Saturday, according to police.
NEWS
July 16, 2013 | By Lynn Elber and Jeremy Hainsworth, Associated Press
VANCOUVER, British Columbia - Cory Monteith, the handsome young actor who shot to fame in the hit TV series Glee but was beset by addiction struggles so fierce that he once said he was lucky to be alive, was found dead in a hotel room, police said. The Canadian-born Monteith, 31, who played star-quarterback-turned-singer Finn Hudson on the Fox TV series about a high school glee club, was found dead about noon Saturday in his room on the 21st floor of the Fairmont Pacific Rim Hotel on Vancouver's waterfront, according to police.
NEWS
March 16, 1988 | By JIM NICHOLSON, Daily News Staff Writer
The Rev. William J. Sailer - a former member of the Vatican's famed Sistine Choir, who led the choir at St. John the Evangelist Church for 25 years - died Monday. He was 77 and lived at Little Flower Manor Nursing Home, Darby, Delaware County. Sailer also held what many consider to be the most important muscial post in the Philadelphia archdiocese - director of the choir of St. Charles Borromeo Seminary. The choir performs for major functions at Ss. Peter and Paul Cathedral and influences musical trends throughout the archdiocese.
NEWS
June 15, 2008 | By Susan Snyder INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
As he stands before his students at La Salle University, Gerald Ballough, a well-groomed man with a mustache and glasses, fancies himself a "tour guide for something absolutely magnificent, like the Grand Canyon. " "I'm not the main attraction. I'm just a sideshow," Ballough, 50, says. But today the modest biology professor, a distinguished neuroscientist, will be the star - like it or not - when he receives this year's outstanding alumnus award from the Milton Hershey School.
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