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ENTERTAINMENT
November 26, 1997 | By Carrie Rickey, INQUIRER MOVIE CRITIC
Flubber, the glob of lime Jell-O that giggles like the Pillsbury Doughboy, is not this season's holiday must-have, though it does share many of Tickle Me Elmo's most endearing (and irritating) traits. And while it can't bend steel in its bare hands, it can leap tall buildings in a single bound - not to mention make autos airborne. Would that it could do the same for Flubber, Disney's charmless, effects-clogged remake of its charming 1961 comedy The Absent-Minded Professor. Will kids like Flubber?
SPORTS
March 21, 1997 | By Roger Allaway, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Three people with Philadelphia connections - Walt Chyzowych, Alex Ely and John Hughes - are among 14 nominees for induction announced by the National Soccer Hall of Fame. The 14 were nominated for the U.S. Soccer Federation section of the hall. This year's inductees will be chosen from among them by a USSF committee and inducted in ceremonies later this year at the Hall of Fame, which is located in Oneonta, N.Y. Chyzowych, who died in 1994, was coach at Philadelphia Textile from 1966 to 1976.
NEWS
January 12, 1997 | By Brian Thevenot, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Scrawled in the pages of Jodi Masso's 1967 Edgewood High School yearbook are scores of promises - naive, youthful intentions that would later give way to the compromises of adulthood. One reads: "Jo, to a real 'nut,' and a friend - I will always remember our fun in hockey and school, but most of all, don't forget me. Look forward to seeing you this summer. Y.F.A. (Your Friend Always), Debbie. " Lies, all lies, just like the rest of them, Masso says as she peruses the tattered pages of the annual from her senior year.
NEWS
December 11, 1996 | For The Inquirer / BOB HILL
Call it his branch office. John Hughes hauls a Christmas tree to a customer's car. Hughes sells Douglas firs (at a timely $19.96 each) from his home on Route 49 in Quinton Township, Salem County.
NEWS
October 11, 1996 | By Louis S. Hansen, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
For the great brains on the Route 422 pharmaceutical corridor who are toiling toward cures for cancer and indigestion, respite could be just down the road. The Audubon Land Development Corp. has signed a deal with Regal Cinemas Inc. to build a 24-screen movie theater in Oaks. "This would be the largest one in the Philadelphia market," said Jay Gordon, vice president of Audubon Land Development. "It's six minutes away from King of Prussia. " The 4,200-seat cinema is planned near the intersection of Mill and Egypt Roads in Upper Providence Township.
NEWS
March 1, 1996 | By Bill Price, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
John A. Hughes, 51, of Narberth, a retired Lower Merion police officer, died of cancer Tuesday at his home. Mr. Hughes was a member of the Lower Merion Police Department for 27 years, and since 1977 had been assigned to the police traffic safety unit. He retired in June. As a traffic safety officer, he assisted in traffic studies, handled requests about setting and posting speed limits, supervised the township's nine school crossing guards, and presented child safety programs annually at public and private schools in the township.
NEWS
October 18, 1995 | By Louis S. Hansen, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
As the political season heats up, placards for local candidates begin to sprout in front yards. But in this township, Democrats say someone has been pulling up their signs like dandelions before a garden show. Code enforcement officer John D. Hughes removed eight Democratic campaign signs last week, claiming they violated a township ordinance. "It was on a private lot, and the owner had not given his permission," Hughes said yesterday. Furthermore, he said, the Democratic candidates had failed to obtain township sign permits.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 7, 1995 | By Jack Lloyd, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The name is Mrs. John Hughes. Very proper-sounding. Actually an anachronism in this day and age when women insist on their own identity. Mrs. John Hughes indeed. As one might expect, she looks like the pleasant, kindly woman we would all like to have living next door. Perhaps a favorite aunt. Or a loving grandmother, which she happens to be. So what is Mrs. John Hughes doing performing in a casino showroom, being more than a little naughty, telling jokes that are sometimes on the risque side?
NEWS
November 18, 1994 | by Mary Flannery, Daily News Staff Writer
"Miracle on 34th Street" isn't what you hoped to find under the Christmas tree. But it's better than an empty box. This is a kinder, gentler John Hughes at work as producer-writer. The creator of "Home Alone," "Home Alone 2: Lost in New York" and "Dennis the Menace" has abandoned the violence-as-slapstick format that makes kids howl and parents cringe. In its place, he substitutes a slooooow retelling of the 1947 classic about a white-bearded man who claims to be Kris Kringle, a dubious child and her cynical mother, and the evil district attorney (J.T.
NEWS
September 15, 1994 | By Marc Narducci, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Delran boys' soccer coach John Hughes knew he had an exceptional athlete on his team when he saw Brian Langdon. While warming up one day, Langdon was extending a leg and kicking it to the height of the cross bar on the goal - eight feet high. Langdon's flexibility is because of his involvement in martial arts. The 6- foot-3 senior is a first-degree black belt. (There are 10 degrees, with first being the lowest.) "Being involved in karate helps me out in everything," said Langdon, a forward who scored nine goals last year.
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