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December 14, 1988 | By Dave Racher, Daily News Staff Writer
The judge told the West Philadelphia ex-con that he had been given enough chances by the criminal justice system. "The time for leniency is over," Commmon Pleas Judge Levy Anderson told Columbus Garwood, 29, of 45th Street near Brown. Anderson then imposed a 16 1/2- to 33-year prison term for Garwood's latest crime - an apparent "grudge" robbery of the daughter of a man who had spent time in prison with Garwood. Assistant District Attorney George Shotzbarger said Garwood was on parole for murder when he showed up at the North 21st Street home of Stacey Henderson, 45, on June 7, 1987.
SPORTS
November 22, 2010
L EGENDARY HOCKEY broadcaster Don Cherry has never been afraid to speak his mind. That's why we love him. Saturday night on the venerable "Hockey Night in Canada" broadcast, Cherry sounded off on Mike Richards' verbal spat with Montreal rookie P.K. Subban. Cherry sided with the Flyers' captain, who said earlier in the week that Subban is "cocky" and hasn't yet "earned respect" to be talking trash like he did last Tuesday during the Flyers' 3-0 loss in Montreal. The Flyers and Canadiens - who lead the Atlantic and Northeast divisions, respectively - will have their grudge match tonight at the Wells Fargo Center.
NEWS
September 24, 1999 | by Dave Racher, Daily News Staff Writer
When Tony Butler was 11, he beat up Bryant Hudgins Jr., also 11, for spitting on his jacket, said a witness. Hudgins never forgot it. On Labor Day, the two, now 18, met again at 31st and Norris streets. This time, Hudgins, of Page Street near 29th, wasn't taking any chances on losing to Butler, said Assistant District Attorney Edward Cameron. "I don't fight anymore," Hudgins told Butler, according to Jamil Gateward, who testified yesterday. Hudgins pulled out a handgun and shot and killed Butler, of Bouvier Street near Berks.
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September 12, 2011 | By Carolyn Hax
Question: My husband cannot let things go - he holds grudges for way longer than the offense is worth. He still brings up things that happened months/years ago to illustrate my (presumed) faults. It's not just me; he gives his older sister grief for dropping him when he was 6 months old and she was 3. Besides pointing out that he's being ridiculous when he gets going on some old grudge, do you have any suggestions for dealing with this? Answer: Holding grudges is a form of control.
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September 16, 1996 | by Kevin Haney, Daily News Staff Writer
A grudge between two boys that goes back at least a year led one to shoot up a classroom at Audenried High School last week, authorities said. It wasn't clear what sparked the grudge in the first place. It exploded on Thursday when a 14-year-old boy pumped at least five bullets into a ceiling and window during a French class. No one was hurt. "They had a problem prior to coming to Audenried," said Michael C. Harris, a city anti-violence mediator. "When they saw each other, the problem just escalated again.
SPORTS
November 4, 1999 | by Marcus Hayes, Daily News Sports Writer
Luther Broughton's homecoming might pay dividends in inside information come Sunday, but he says he won't experience any greater glee than usual if the Eagles beat Carolina, his former team and the club closest to his hometown. Broughton, who grew up three hours from Charlotte in Huger, S.C., slid down the Panthers' depth chart in training camp and expected to be cut. Instead, he was traded to the Eagles just before the season began for a sixth-round pick that might become a fifth-rounder if the tight end plays well.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 22, 2004 | By Steven Rea INQUIRER MOVIE CRITIC
Like The Ring with Naomi Watts, The Grudge, featuring Sarah Michelle Gellar, is a remake of a successful Japanese horror franchise. In this case, though, the director of the original, Takashi Shimizu, has decided to redo his own picture, casting Americans but keeping the Tokyo settings. Whether it's a case of language barriers (Shimizu reportedly spoke close to no English at the outset of production) or cultural differences, or maybe simply that the Japanese version wasn't so great, The Grudge doesn't work.
SPORTS
October 15, 1991 | By Ron Reid, Inquirer Staff Writer
Nothing happened. Nothing! Nothing! Nothing! Got that? That was Andre Waters' reaction yesterday when pressed for details of a fight that took place between Waters and Eric Martin, a New Orleans Saints wide receiver, moments after the end of Sunday's game at Veterans Stadium. "Ain't nothing happened," Waters said yesterday while the Eagles reflected on their 13-6 loss to the Saints. "You can draw your own conclusion. You can write whatever you want to write. I'm telling you nothing happened.
NEWS
April 5, 2005
RE MICHELLE Malkin's recent column on Terri Schiavo: Since you do not claim to be a medical expert nor claim to have asked experts for clarification of your "facts," how were you able to draw your conclusions? Would they be religious beliefs that you were throwing at us? Or just a deep-rooted grudge against national media outlets? I watched some of these so-called "spinmasters" put out reports that tackled the topic of "registered nurse Carla Sauer Iyer who worked at the Palm Garden.
NEWS
July 21, 1995 | BY MIKE ROYKO
President Clinton is being bashed because he is establishing diplomatic relations with Vietnam. I don't understand why. It's been 22 years since we dragged ourselves out of that mess. And that's a long, long time to hold a grudge. Once the fighting is over, nations can bury the hatchets and patch up their differences faster than a lot of divorced couples. Consider World War II, which, fortunately, we won. Or so it appeared. We had ample reason to be angry at the defeated Japan and Germany.
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November 23, 2014 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer
CHAMPAIGN, Ill. - If hearing about the NCAA sanctions following the Freeh report wasn't bad enough for Penn State's players in July 2012, they also had to deal with the invasion of Happy Valley by Illinois coaches inquiring whether they'd have any interest in transferring. Only one player - offensive lineman Ryan Nowicki - took Fighting Illini coach Tim Beckman up on the offer, and he ended up moving on after one season. Beckman's move annoyed Bill O'Brien so much that the postgame handshake between the two coaches in 2012 and 2013 measured about half-an-eye-blink in elapsed time.
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October 30, 2014 | By Paul Domowitch, Daily News Staff Writer
CONNOR BARWIN has played in the NFL for 6 years. He's been surprised by a lot of things in those 6 years, but nothing quite as much as the news in March of 2012 that his then-Houston Texans teammate, DeMeco Ryans, had been traded to the Eagles. "That was the biggest shock I ever felt in a locker room in my 6 years as far as somebody leaving," said Barwin. "That came out of nowhere. Nobody saw it coming. "DeMeco, like he is here, was the leader of the team. Not just the defense, but the whole team.
NEWS
June 19, 2014 | By Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writer
Update: A suspect has surrendered in the 'knockout game" attack, Upper Darby Police Superintendent Michael Chitwood reports. He is identified as Trent Epps, 18. Earlier Story The video is chilling. A teen engages in conversation with an older man sitting at a trolley station, then turns and delivers a vicious sucker punch to the man's head - all evidently staged for a friend's cellphone camera. Now police are looking for four people connected with the assault.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 24, 2013 | BY GARY THOMPSON, Daily News Staff Writer thompsg@phillynews.com, 215-854-5992
THE SHORTHAND for "Grudge Match" is "Rocky" versus "Raging Bull," and the movie does indeed unite Sylvester Stallone and Robert De Niro as boxers. And there is Stallone, still drinking egg yolks, intent on practicing his punches on sides of meat - all played for laughs. De Niro, though, is less of an obvious self-referential in-joke. He's playing an Irish-American boxer named Billy McDonnen, now retired and running a saloon, still smarting over a fight he lost to Henry "Razor" Sharp (Stallone)
NEWS
December 8, 2013
EXPECT NO massive makeovers, but continued family-friendly tinkering, in the 114th Mummers Parade, says parade director Leo Dignam, who oversees the Mummer Monster. One important development, I think, is the surprise inclusion of an African-American marching band from Denver. It will not compete, but it will perform with the (always-triumphant) Murray Comics and lead the Comic Division up Broad Street, Dignam says. For details I call Richie Porco, the captain of Murray, who doesn't want to talk to me, the result of some long-ago statement of mine he felt was insulting, something about Comics being drunks.
SPORTS
October 17, 2012 | Associated Press
ST. LOUIS - Giants manager Bruce Bochy expects Marco Scutaro to be in the lineup for Game 3 of the National League Championship series, 2 days after St. Louis slugger Matt Holliday plowed into the second baseman. "I think so. It feels much better," Scutaro said Tuesday night after participating in a workout at Busch Stadium. "I thought it was going to be worse. Normally, the next day is when you feel it the most. " Neither seemed too interested in any talk of retaliation.
SPORTS
September 25, 2012 | BY TIM GILBERT, Daily News Staff Writer
STATE COLLEGE - Illinois first-year head coach Tim Beckman said Monday he did not regret his decision to send coaches to Penn State to recruit after the NCAA levied unprecedented penalties on the program. But, he said, he did regret that it ended up being so talked about. In July, the NCAA hit Penn State with sanctions stemming from the university's handling of the Jerry Sandusky child sex-abuse scandal. The sanctions barred the school from postseason play for four seasons, imposed scholarship reductions and cost the university millions of dollars.
NEWS
February 3, 2012 | ASSOCIATED PRESS
MADISON, S.D. - An old grudge that spanned more than a half-century may have led a 73-year-old man to fatally shoot his long-ago classmate at his South Dakota home. Carl V. Ericsson, of Watertown, was denied bond yesterday during his first court appearance on a first-degree murder charge. The former high-school sports star is accused of shooting retired Madison High School teacher and track coach Norman Johnson, 72, after Johnson answered the door at his house Tuesday evening in Madison.
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September 12, 2011 | By Carolyn Hax
Question: My husband cannot let things go - he holds grudges for way longer than the offense is worth. He still brings up things that happened months/years ago to illustrate my (presumed) faults. It's not just me; he gives his older sister grief for dropping him when he was 6 months old and she was 3. Besides pointing out that he's being ridiculous when he gets going on some old grudge, do you have any suggestions for dealing with this? Answer: Holding grudges is a form of control.
NEWS
September 10, 2011 | By Phil Anastasia, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
These guys from Penns Grove, they move pretty well with chips on their shoulders. They block, tackle, break loose for punt returns, jump on about a dozen fumbles - OK, it was only five - and overwhelm the defending sectional champions despite all that extra baggage. Or maybe because of it. "We're over that," Penns Grove coach Kemp Carr said of last season and his team's disqualification from the South Jersey Group 1 tournament. Nobody believed Carr as he stood on his team's home field after Saturday's 54-0 rout of Glassboro in the season opener.
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