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July 19, 2011
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NEWS
January 16, 2014
  MICHAEL ZAKROFF, 33, of Southwest Center City, is founder and chief operating officer of CashinMyBag.com, a Narberth-based online retailer. The startup buys preowned authentic designer handbags, shoes, jewelry, accessories, women's apparel and men's fashions for cash and pays 50 percent of an item's online value. Clients can cash in online, drop merchandise off at the Narberth location or arrange a personal house call. Q: How'd you come up with the idea for the biz? A: I was a hairstylist on the Main Line for 15 years.
NEWS
March 30, 2012
STATEMENT bags are defined by their color, shape, design and logo. Whether it's a purse, a clutch or a shoulder bag, these ladies rock high-end labels like Hermes (the famous Birkin bag), Yves Saint Laurent, Gucci, Chanel and Louis Vuitton that demand attention. And when paired with matching heels, they become runway-worthy, even if the runway is a city street.     Follow Reuben Harley on Twitter at @BigRubeHarley and at streetgazing.blogspot.com.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 24, 2005 | HOWARD GENSLER gensleh@phillynews.com Daily News wire services contributed to this report
THERE MAY soon be a baby crawling around the Brad Pitt-Jennifer Aniston mansion. Only it won't be Brad & Jen's. Or Brad and Angelina's. Or Jen and Vince Vaughn's. The Star reports Ellen DeGeneres and Portia de Rossi are eager to snap up the $20 million fixer-upper and Ellen and Portia are talking about having a baby. Goodness knows what it's going to cost to childproof the place. "Having a child was a decision Ellen and Portia agreed to table for a while," a friend told the Star, "so they could get to know each other.
NEWS
October 15, 2014 | Jenice Armstrong, Philadelphia Daily News
MOVE OVER, Teresa Giudice. The rest of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" might as well use their sky-high stilettos to take a giant step back, too. Philadelphia could be on the verge of getting a "Housewives" show of its own. In recent weeks, a producer associated with the Bravo TV show has been in Philly interviewing some of the city's most successful and glamorous women. But wannabe "Housewives" need to hang on to their Hermes handbags for now. Whatever is in the works is only in its very early stages.
SPORTS
April 14, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
The St. Louis Cardinals have given general manager John Mozeliak a two-year contract extension that runs through 2018. We're not surprised that the 45-year-old executive - who in six seasons has two NL pennants and a World Series win, in 2011 - got a measly two-year extension. After all, this is the "Show-Me" state, or better put, "What-Have-You-Done-For-Me-Lately" state. And 2011 was three years ago. Mozeliak is on board with that philosophy. "I think what we've been able to accomplish here is something we all take a lot of pride in," he said.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 15, 1992 | By Carrie Rickey, INQUIRER MOVIE CRITIC
Don't be fooled by the arty aspirations of the pictorially captivating Exposure, during which an American photographer in Rio stops hiding behind his lens and comes face to face (not to mention mano a mano) with his subjects. All the breathtaking sequences of twilight leaving its orchid tints on Ipanema and of urchins "train surfing" (riding atop rail cars as though they were skateboards) can't mask that this is an exploitation picture, essentially a cockfight with knives. According to Exposure, in order to actively live life rather than passively record it you must first shake that shiv.
NEWS
October 4, 1990 | By Pauline Pinard Bogaert, Special to The Inquirer
The Devon Club behind the grandstand at the Devon Horse Show grounds was the setting for a cocktail party late Saturday afternoon to recognize boxholders, benefactors and performers involved in the 16th annual Dressage at Devon happening last week. Chrys Fisher, president of Hermes of Paris Inc., welcomed the more than 400 guests, who sipped on Tattinger champagne and nibbled miniature spinach frittatas, artichoke fritters and jumbo shrimp. After the cocktail party, the group watched the Grand Prix Freestyle event, in which the Hermes/Miller's Prix d'Elegance award was presented to the rider accumulating the most points for the year in the North American League.
BUSINESS
April 17, 2014 | By Chris Hepp, Inquirer Staff Writer
They wallowed in luxury at Philadelphia University this week: Hermes, Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Rolls-Royce. As academics are want to do, they wrestled with what it is, how it is acquired, what makes it stand apart. Its very definition was knocked about until international fitting guru Edward Gribbin put a humorous end to the debate. "I like to say that the definitions of luxury are like speed limits in Italy," said the St. Joseph's University graduate, who is president of Alvanon, a firm that helps apparel-makers establish sizing standards for their brands.
LIVING
March 19, 1996 | FROM INQUIRER WIRE SERVICES
Color. That's still the word from the Paris fashion world. Fall brings drab hues to the earth, but to models on the runways at the autumn-winter collections it was bright fatigues from Chanel, a purple micro-tunic from Yves St. Laurent, a mauve 1940s suit from Givenchy, an aqua, long military jacket from Herve Leger, and a red python bomber jacket from Christian Lacroix. And trends that emerged at the fall/winter ready-to-wear shows at the Louvre: knitwear is experiencing a renaissance; hemlines are falling to the ankle, and uniform-inspired tailoring is back.
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NEWS
October 15, 2014 | Jenice Armstrong, Philadelphia Daily News
MOVE OVER, Teresa Giudice. The rest of the "Real Housewives of New Jersey" might as well use their sky-high stilettos to take a giant step back, too. Philadelphia could be on the verge of getting a "Housewives" show of its own. In recent weeks, a producer associated with the Bravo TV show has been in Philly interviewing some of the city's most successful and glamorous women. But wannabe "Housewives" need to hang on to their Hermes handbags for now. Whatever is in the works is only in its very early stages.
BUSINESS
April 17, 2014 | By Chris Hepp, Inquirer Staff Writer
They wallowed in luxury at Philadelphia University this week: Hermes, Prada, Gucci, Louis Vuitton, Chanel, Rolls-Royce. As academics are want to do, they wrestled with what it is, how it is acquired, what makes it stand apart. Its very definition was knocked about until international fitting guru Edward Gribbin put a humorous end to the debate. "I like to say that the definitions of luxury are like speed limits in Italy," said the St. Joseph's University graduate, who is president of Alvanon, a firm that helps apparel-makers establish sizing standards for their brands.
SPORTS
April 14, 2014 | The Inquirer Staff
The St. Louis Cardinals have given general manager John Mozeliak a two-year contract extension that runs through 2018. We're not surprised that the 45-year-old executive - who in six seasons has two NL pennants and a World Series win, in 2011 - got a measly two-year extension. After all, this is the "Show-Me" state, or better put, "What-Have-You-Done-For-Me-Lately" state. And 2011 was three years ago. Mozeliak is on board with that philosophy. "I think what we've been able to accomplish here is something we all take a lot of pride in," he said.
NEWS
January 16, 2014
  MICHAEL ZAKROFF, 33, of Southwest Center City, is founder and chief operating officer of CashinMyBag.com, a Narberth-based online retailer. The startup buys preowned authentic designer handbags, shoes, jewelry, accessories, women's apparel and men's fashions for cash and pays 50 percent of an item's online value. Clients can cash in online, drop merchandise off at the Narberth location or arrange a personal house call. Q: How'd you come up with the idea for the biz? A: I was a hairstylist on the Main Line for 15 years.
NEWS
March 30, 2012
STATEMENT bags are defined by their color, shape, design and logo. Whether it's a purse, a clutch or a shoulder bag, these ladies rock high-end labels like Hermes (the famous Birkin bag), Yves Saint Laurent, Gucci, Chanel and Louis Vuitton that demand attention. And when paired with matching heels, they become runway-worthy, even if the runway is a city street.     Follow Reuben Harley on Twitter at @BigRubeHarley and at streetgazing.blogspot.com.
NEWS
February 9, 2012 | BY JOHN F. MORRISON, morrisj@phillynews.com 215-854-5573
FOR HERM ROGUL, basketball was like a religion. His brief playing career ended on the playgrounds of West Philly, but he became a chronicler of those who went on to greatness in the eras when Philadelphia basketball was stalked by giants. He wrote about them, befriended them and cheered them on. But as a sports columnist for the old Philadelphia Bulletin for 21 years, Herm also chronicled the doings of the lesser lights, the ones who rarely got their names published anywhere but in his column.
NEWS
July 19, 2011
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NEWS
July 19, 2011
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NEWS
July 19, 2011
"He was a tireless worker, self-motivated," Frank remembered yesterday. He also remembered his father as a "fearless man who didn't back down from anyone. " He shared a story about his father putting one of the Washington Redskins in the hospital after being called an Italian slur in the 1950s. Frank wasn't sure of the player's name but swears it is a true story. "He leaped across the table and laid this guy out," Frank said. He said his dad was proud of his and Sly's accomplishments, though his father recently teased Frank about getting a real job. Frank said that he and Sly visited their dad on June 12 at his Florida home and that Frank Sr. said it was the happiest day of his life.
SPORTS
December 20, 2010 | By KERITH GABRIEL, gabrielk@phillynews.com
Herman Edwards had a great day, all from the comforts of his couch. Earlier Sunday, the former Eagles cornerback associated with the 1978 Eagles-Giants "Miracle at the Meadowlands," saw the ever-popular Coors Light commercial spoof of his "You play to win the game" postgame press conference when he was coach of the Jets. Then, after DeSean Jackson and his 65-yard dash down the right sideline after a muffed punt evolved into a game-winning touchdown, it immediately drew comparisons to Edwards' 26-yard return of a Joe Pisarcik botched handoff.
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