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December 27, 2011 | BY CHUCK BAUSMAN, bausmac@phillynews.com
EAGLES FANS FEEL betrayed, disappointed, angry (just empty the thesaurus) about this 7-8 season. Fans want payback. Some fans want the hide of Andy Reid. But all fans want a better draft, smarter playcalling, better clock management. They, too, want the players actually put in the right position, rather than someone just talking about it. Through the discontent of having a final home game that means nothing, Eagles fans still will show up on Sunday and be seen and heard.
NEWS
May 13, 2013 | By Andrew Seidman, Inquirer Staff Writer
After 105 years, it can be tough to pick out a birthday present. But officials at the New Jersey Veterans Memorial Home in Vineland knew exactly what to get Frank Cuccia on Saturday. "The reason he says he's gotten to be 105 is because every day he would always eat a McDonald's hamburger," said Derick Glenn, special events coordinator at the home. So a Happy Meal it was. While the gift may have been small, there was still a big celebration for the World War II veteran, as the nursing home and local VFWs honored residents there for their service as part of National Nursing Home Week.
NEWS
December 14, 2011 | By Mari A. Schaefer, Inquirer Staff Writer
Curious George, the young pit bull found starving on a Delaware County road, will be spending the holidays in his new home. On Tuesday, the pooch was presented to his new owners, Aimee and Eric Tysarczyk of Bryn Mawr, before a horde of photographers and reporters who captured every doggy smooch on camera. George took the event in stride, even showing off some new tricks for the crowd. The Montgomery County couple had been looking to adopt a dog when they spotted George's photo and story on the Delaware County SPCA website.
NEWS
June 26, 1988 | By Denise Breslin Kachin, Special to The Inquirer
Forget the shore or the mountains: Chester County residents can enjoy the Fourth of July holiday right in their own back yard, with baseball, fireworks and running and biking events. The Downingtown Good Neighbor Day kicks off at 5:30 p.m. Sunday with an all-you-can-eat spaghetti dinner at the Alert Fire Company. The charge is $6.50 for adults and $5 for children. Registration for a Run for Life will be held at Kerr Park from 6:30 to 7:30 a.m. with a $9 registration fee. Starting time will be 8 a.m. for 5-, 10- and 15-kilometer races through Downingtown starting in the park.
SPORTS
May 6, 1999 | By Josh Egerman, INQUIRER SUBURBAN STAFF
For a typical weekend relay meet, Maple Shade's Jason Kufta crams three pairs of sneakers and five pairs of socks into his duffel bag. And he'd better leave room for a bagel and a bottle of water. "I see people all day eating hot dogs that look so good," Kufta said. "By the time I get a chance to go to the concession stand, they're always out of hot dogs and water. " Such are the costs of being one of the premier all-around athletes in Group 1 track and field. Kufta, a senior, is constantly on the go, racking up points for the Wildcats in as many events as possible.
NEWS
August 20, 2012 | By Linda Loyd, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It was a Sunday in the park for children in West Philadelphia, a day of free cotton candy, popcorn, hot dogs and pony rides. Five barbers gave dozens of boys free haircuts, and the girls got complimentary manicures, and jewelry-making lessons to craft their own bracelets. About 300 youngsters who came to Malcolm X Park at 51st and Pine Streets received complimentary school backpacks, filled with notebooks, pencils, glue sticks, folders and paints - everything they might need for the first day of classes.
NEWS
November 23, 2015 | By Jack Tomczuk, Inquirer Staff Writer
Pat Ercole remembers when her great-uncle Joe would visit the family home in Broomall, and give her five brothers haircuts. And when Joe O'Flynn was done with the boys, he would cut the girls' hair. Pixie bowl cuts that always left her and her three sisters in tears, Ercole said. Nevertheless, Uncle Joe, who himself sported a considerable puff of white hair, was "the most jovial little leprechaun," she said. Uncle Joe, who never married, would invite his nieces and nephews to his house on 20th and Cherry Streets every Thanksgiving to watch the parade, said Ercole, a 58-year-old physical therapist from Media.
SPORTS
January 6, 2012
I ADMIT THAT I am not all in yet with the 76ers, but I'm thisclose. It won't take much to pull me on to the bandwagon. That's why tonight's home opener against the Detroit Pistons is one of the biggest in years. I think the best way to describe most Sixers fans is aggressively skeptical but willing to be convinced. They're just looking for a sign, a positive step forward from this franchise that will give them a reason to give it a fair shake. The Sixers are the last team in this lockout-shortened season to have a home opener.
NEWS
March 24, 2015 | BY DAN GERINGER, Daily News Staff Writer geringd@phillynews.com, 215-854-5961
THERESA "TERRI" Robinson ignored the pitfalls of working full time as a health-care manager while attending Lincoln University full time to earn a master's degree in human services. She smoked. She ate salty, fatty foods. She was in her 50s but didn't think about her family's high-risk medical history. Until one night in late March 2012, when she suffered a brain aneurysm. "Finding my mother lying on the floor was one of the most devastating moments of my life," said Robinson's son, Michael, 26, who called 9-1-1 in time to save her. Robinson, 58, who lives in Germantown, said she should have seen the warning signs long before she lost her 25-year health-care career and nearly lost her life.
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