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June 9, 2015 | By Patricia Mans, For The Inquirer
Friendly and easygoing, 13-year-old Jade is a standout for both her great sense of humor and her compassion. She so loves animals she dreams of one day traveling to a jungle to see many many different species, and of eventually becoming a veterinarian. On the other hand, Jade also thinks about a career in entertainment. A seventh grader, Jade loves to learn and excels academically. Math and science are her favorite subjects. A bundle of energy, she also participates in the CrossFit conditioning program, and wants to be a cheerleader and play soccer.
SPORTS
March 15, 1995 | by Ted Silary, Daily News Sports Writer
Javier Crespo does not look like a basketball player who would prefer the uptempo game. At 6-8 and a muscular 230 pounds, Crespo, a senior forward at Cardinal O'Hara High, looks like someone who would settle for standing beneath the basket all game long and doling out physical punishment. Looks can be deceiving. "I like to play fast. I love it," Crespo said, flashing a huge grin. "That is how I play back home. That is what I am comfortable with. " Back home for Crespo is Madrid, Spain, where his parents own a restaurant and a disco.
NEWS
October 3, 1995 | Daily News Wire Services
The NC-17-rated "Showgirls" stumbled out of the starting gate its opening weekend, but Hollywood's steam quotient is still rising. Spike Lee says his upcoming "Girls 6" got an NC-17 but probably will be edited to an R. Greg Araki's "The Doom Generation," with a walk-on by Heidi Fleiss, will go the unrated route, a la "Kids. " Meanwhile the upcoming "Jade" has escaped with an R.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 4, 2014 | By Patricia Mans, For The Inquirer
Jade is a delightful 11-year-old with gorgeous hazel eyes. When asked what she likes most about herself, she replies, "I'm pretty, I'm nice, and I'm good . . . well, most of the time. " She loves animals and hopes to have a career working with them, especially as a veterinarian. However, she's keeping her options open and considering other possibilities. "I want to be a singer, a police officer, or someone famous," she says. Her social worker describes her as beautiful and energetic, and indeed, Jade keeps busy with a variety of activities, including watching television, singing, dancing, listening to the radio, and riding her bike.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 13, 1995 | By Carrie Rickey, INQUIRER MOVIE CRITIC
A Snob Hill millionaire is murdered in a sex crime, mutilated by a tribal ax in his famous art collection. It being San Francisco, the prime suspect is sexy psychoanalyst Trina Gavin (Linda Fiorentino). For it is typical shrink behavior to act out base and basic instincts, no? At least it is typical in psychological thrillers set in the city by the bay and written by Joe Eszterhas. Another link in the sausage chain perfunctorily ground out by America's preeminent butcher-screenwriter, Jade asks the question, is the doc a nympho or a nympho killer?
NEWS
June 8, 1987 | By TERRY HEMPHILL, Daily News Staff Writer
"Windrider," a romance-action film featuring Tom Burlinson and Nicole Kidman. Produced by Paul D. Barron. Directed by Vincent Monton. A United Artist Release. Running time: 92 minutes. At area theaters. 'Windrider" is described as a romantic action film about windsurfing. Unfortunately there aren't enough windsurfing scenes to justify paying to see the movie. "Windrider" is set in western Australia. The scenery was nice. The windsurfing was great. But the plot . . . well, I kept looking for it. Along with skateboarding and cycling, windsurfing is the up-and-coming sport for teen-age adventurers.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 8, 1987 | By TERRY HEMPHILL, Daily News Staff Writer
"Windrider," a romance action film featuring Tom Burlinson and Nicole Kidman. Produced by Paul D. Barron. Directed by Vincent Monton. A United Artist Release. Running time: 92 minutes. At area theaters. 'Windrider" is described as a romantic action film about windsurfing. Unfortunately there aren't enough windsurfing scenes to justify paying to see the movie. "Windrider" is set in Western Australia, near Perth. The scenery was nice. What windsurfing there was was great. But the plot . . . well, I kept looking for it. Along with skateboarding and cycling, windsurfing is the up-and-coming sport for teen-age adventurers.
NEWS
December 18, 1997 | By Gloria A. Hoffner, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Writing music for an original piece called Transformations, composer Greg Pliska hit a snag. Pliska and his fellow writers agreed on the words for the first stanza, but the second verse was just too long. One composer, Jamie Close, had an idea. "In the line, 'Bullfrogs, crayfish, newts, frogs, fish and flies / Slugs, snakes, turtles, tadpoles and everything under the skies,' take out frogs and turtles," he said excitedly. "Now move 'fish and flies' to the end of the first line, and it'll rhyme with skies.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 17, 1989 | By Maria Gallagher, Daily News Staff Writer
What chef Kin Jing Mark can do with a ball of dough the size of a softball looks very much like magic. He rolls it out on a floured table until it forms a long rope, then tosses it in the air again and again. The result is not a pizza. Within two minutes, the rope has separated into more than 2,000 noodles, each with the fineness of a human hair. "Just by hand. No knife, nothing," said the Hong Kong native, one of only a few chefs in the U.S. to have mastered this singular skill.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 22, 2012 | By David Iams, For The Inquirer
Gordon S. Converse will pretty much have the week between Christmas and New Year's Day to itself with an online sale of Chinese and Asian art and collectibles that starts at 12:30 p.m. Dec. 29 at www.liveauctioneers.com . The nearly 500 lots include vases and other porcelains, fish tanks, cricket cages, furniture, figurines, and traditional and contemporary paintings. Many of the lots are already attracting attention online. As of Tuesday morning, most of the focus was on a 9-by-9-inch brush pot made of rare huanghuali wood (akin to rosewood)
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July 15, 2016 | By Jerome Maida, FOR PHILLY.COM/GEEK
If you have been to a recent Wizard World Philly or are a fan of VH1's Mob Wives , chances are you are familiar with Marissa Jade. Jade's profile looks to get far bigger in the near future, as a character she helped create for a comic book, "Destiny: Queen of Thieves", has just been green lit for a feature film! In an exclusive interview with Daily News Comics Guy, Jade shared how excited she is about the project, how it came to be and why she feels it will be a huge success.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 19, 2015 | By Anndee Hochman, For The Inquirer
Jadee grew up swarmed by children: her siblings and step-siblings, and the 10 kids her mom cared for in the day-care center she ran from their house. By age 4, Jadee could change a diaper; as a teen, she was a sought-after babysitter. Eero remembers her childhood fondly: Her father taught her to fix motorcycles and bleed the brakes on old cars; sometimes, he woke her in the middle of the night to go stargazing. When the couple met via the online dating site OkCupid and Jadee compared their profile questions, the answers matched in nearly every instance except one: Eero said she wanted to be a parent.
NEWS
September 30, 2015 | By Kevin Riordan, Inquirer Columnist
The vocalist known as Jade Starling is not making a comeback. "We never left," insists the dance-pop singer/songwriter, currently savoring her best chart numbers since "Catch Me I'm Falling" landed her band Pretty Poison in the Top 10 in 1987. "I'm enjoying success again, but there were songs in between," Starling says. "We've been making music. We had some other singles out. We actually were on the charts a few times. " A personable, polished professional who's a South Jersey girl and proud of it, thank you, Starling met me two weeks ago at the DaStudio Recording Complex in Cherry Hill.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 9, 2015 | By Patricia Mans, For The Inquirer
Friendly and easygoing, 13-year-old Jade is a standout for both her great sense of humor and her compassion. She so loves animals she dreams of one day traveling to a jungle to see many many different species, and of eventually becoming a veterinarian. On the other hand, Jade also thinks about a career in entertainment. A seventh grader, Jade loves to learn and excels academically. Math and science are her favorite subjects. A bundle of energy, she also participates in the CrossFit conditioning program, and wants to be a cheerleader and play soccer.
NEWS
June 13, 2014 | BY JEROME MAIDA, For the Daily News
MARISSA JADE is impossible to ignore. The sizzling model/actress attracts eyeballs - and keeps them glued to her - wherever she goes and whatever she does. Now, the nearly flawless Asian beauty is coming to Wizard Con Philly as a featured guest, and says that though she attends various shows throughout the year, Wizard Con Philly is one of the ones she is looking forward to the most. "I love Philly's atmosphere, the people and the food," Jade said. "I [will] attend . . . as a Cosplay girl.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 4, 2014 | By Patricia Mans, For The Inquirer
Jade is a delightful 11-year-old with gorgeous hazel eyes. When asked what she likes most about herself, she replies, "I'm pretty, I'm nice, and I'm good . . . well, most of the time. " She loves animals and hopes to have a career working with them, especially as a veterinarian. However, she's keeping her options open and considering other possibilities. "I want to be a singer, a police officer, or someone famous," she says. Her social worker describes her as beautiful and energetic, and indeed, Jade keeps busy with a variety of activities, including watching television, singing, dancing, listening to the radio, and riding her bike.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 22, 2012 | By David Iams, For The Inquirer
Gordon S. Converse will pretty much have the week between Christmas and New Year's Day to itself with an online sale of Chinese and Asian art and collectibles that starts at 12:30 p.m. Dec. 29 at www.liveauctioneers.com . The nearly 500 lots include vases and other porcelains, fish tanks, cricket cages, furniture, figurines, and traditional and contemporary paintings. Many of the lots are already attracting attention online. As of Tuesday morning, most of the focus was on a 9-by-9-inch brush pot made of rare huanghuali wood (akin to rosewood)
NEWS
April 2, 2012
I met Tazhe Cooper in 2009, when he was the Philadelphia School District's senior of the year, about to graduate from Furness High. He was awarded one of the district's "Grow Your Own" scholarships, given to graduating seniors who plan to pursue education careers and who pledged to make a three-year commitment to Philadelphia schools once they qualified as teachers. He had been interested in a career in education since he was young; it seemed like a great fit. Cooper e-mailed me recently to say he'd been watching the district closely and had changed his mind about wanting to work there.
NEWS
September 14, 2011 | BY STEPHANIE FARR, farrs@phillynews.com 215-854-4225
EDYTHE MAA knows pain. She knows the pain of wearing latex on a hot day, the pain of having her nipples clamped and the pain of tight corsets. Maa, a dominatrix-turned-fetish model who uses the name Jade Vixen, also knows the pain that death brings. Three years ago, her boyfriend - a Manhattan-based attorney with an S&M fetish - was shot to death in North Philly by one of her obsessed fans, who then kidnapped her and killed himself. Maa, a one-time Ph.D. candidate at the University of Pennsylvania, reportedly gave up being a professional dominatrix after that trauma, but trouble managed to find another man close to her anyway.
NEWS
September 2, 2011 | By David Iams, For The Inquirer
Two suburban auction houses known for the high prices that their goods command will have big-volume sales next week with generally affordable merchandise. Both will also feature East Asian artwork. And each will offer a bizarre circus sideshow banner from the mid-20th century - one of a series of coincidences in next week's auction scene. While the banners are virtually the same size, about 7 by 10 feet, the more outrageous of the two will be featured by Pook & Pook Inc. at its two-day, 1,300-lot sale of decorative arts in Downingtown: a depiction of the Great LaCardo, a sword swallower, ingesting a neon tube.
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