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NEWS
February 7, 1998 | By John Timpane
Ralph: They scored again. Jeedie: 28-3 with 8 minutes to go in the half. Duke: And we just ran out of beer. Jeedie: This is sad, lame and woeful. Ralph: This is worse than that. This is boring. This is so boring. Jeedie: Well, whaddya want? It's the Pro Bowl. Ralph: They should really change something, man. I'm dying here. Duke: I will kill everybody in this room if we have to watch the halftime show. Jeedie: Ralph, quick, change the channel. I think he's serious.
NEWS
May 15, 2005 | By Mary Anne Janco INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
Walter S. Sample Jr. knew how to put on a show. The band director knew the crowds sitting in the football stands after World War II were hungry for entertainment, and he didn't disappoint them. As soon as the audience heard the opening lines of "The Band Played On," the theme song of the Phoenixville Senior High School's Original Dancing Band, they knew it would be no ordinary halftime show. While these young band members played their instruments, they were dancing - the jitterbug, the skater's waltz, polkas, even the Charleston.
NEWS
January 28, 1988 | By ROBERT STRAUSS, Daily News Staff Writer
For those who look for milestones in Super Bowl hoopla, halftime at Super Bowl XIV may have been the turning point from ugh to just plain ugly. The theme of the "halftime pageant" for that 1980 game between the L.A. Rams and Pittsburgh Steelers in Pasadena was, for some bizarre reason, "Caribbean Paradise. " After millions had suffered through hundreds of samba dancers and conga drummers and such for about 15 minutes, the teams readied themselves for a tough second half at the hallowed Rose Bowl.
SPORTS
March 18, 2011 | By Kate Fagan, Inquirer Staff Writer
LOS ANGELES - At halftime of Wednesday night's 104-94 victory over the Los Angeles Clippers, the 76ers stood itching to get back onto the Staples Center floor, but were forced to wait for the halftime show to end. Without their head coach Doug Collins - ejected just before halftime - and energized by some questionable calls against them, the Sixers wanted back onto the court with 10 minutes still left on the halftime clock. "Yeah, I mean, we came into [the locker room] energetic and enthused and, I mean, 10 minutes left and they were still doing the halftime show and we were outside ready to warm up," said Sixers point guard Jrue Holiday.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 5, 2004 | HOWARD GENSLER Ellen Gray and Daily News wire services contributed to this report
JANET JACKSON, what have you wrought? Days after your infamous Nipplegate scandal during CBS's airing of the Super Bowl, NBC is facing complaints and possible defections from affiliate stations due to another bare breast. On "ER. " Seems this week's episode has a 2-second shot of an 80-year-old female patient's naked bosom. Personally, we think it would be healthy to see an older woman's breast on a medical drama. Older women have breasts and health issues affecting those breasts.
SPORTS
December 6, 1999 | Daily News Wire Services
Thanks to a defense that continues to shut down its opponents, it wouldn't have taken a lot of offense for the Cowboys to earn their second road victory of the season last night. But it took more than the little they got. After the New England Patriots finally penetrated the end zone in the fourth quarter, the Cowboys were unable to mount a comeback and fell, 13-6, at Foxboro Stadium. With the Washington Redskins having lost earlier in the day, a Dallas victory would have put the Cowboys (6-6)
SPORTS
October 12, 1998 | by Bernard Fernandez, Daily News Sports Writer
Ten weeks after he was inducted into the Professional Football Hall of Fame in Canton, Ohio, former Eagles great Tommy McDonald still has more stored-up energy than a PECO transformer. "I'm on Cloud 20 - not Cloud 9, Cloud 20," McDonald said after a halftime ceremony at Veterans Stadium yesterday in which he received his Hall of Fame ring. "I'll probably come down around the time of the Super Bowl, the Pro Bowl, something like that. " Hey, if the 64-year-old McDonald were any more up, he could go back to catching passes for the team he graced with his presence for seven superlative seasons.
SPORTS
February 8, 2004 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
In the aftermath of Super Bowl Sunday, some of America's biggest marketers are mulling whether to return to the television advertising event of the year. Such longtime big spenders as Pepsi and Gillette have communicated in harsh words to NFL commissioner Paul Tagliabue that if the league does not clean up the halftime acts, they might take a pass next year. The buzz from advertising sponsors has centered mostly on the "wardrobe malfunction" that resulted in a brief baring of Janet Jackson's right breast.
SPORTS
February 5, 2004 | THE INQUIRER STAFF
Former heavyweight champion Lennox Lewis is expected to announce his retirement tomorrow, according to a British radio report. According to BBC Radio Five Live, the 38-year-old Lewis plans to call it quits after a 15-year career in which he has spent almost 10 years as champion. A news conference is expected in London tomorrow, the BBC said. Kronk Boxing publicist Carlos Llinas told SportsTicker that Lewis' trainer, Emanuel Steward, declined to comment on the report but revealed that Steward is "dealing with a major story" and "may have more to say in a couple of days.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 6, 2011 | By Howard Gensler
Six weeks after revealing she has breast cancer, "Fashion Police" panelist Giuliana Rancic says she will have a double mastectomy. The 37-year-old E! News host made the announcement yesterday on NBC's "Today" show. (E! is part of the NBC/Universal/Comcast family.) "It was not an easy decision, but it was the best decision for me," she said. She plans to have the surgery next week and said she hopes to be recovered by New Year's Eve, when she and husband Bill Rancic ("The Apprentice")
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