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June 6, 2013
Was your story featured in the "Love" column? We'd love to hear what's happened since you said "I do. " Maybe you survived a layoff or health crises together. Perhaps you never wanted children, but now have them. Or you always wanted children, and found the journey difficult. Is marriage so much better - or worse - than you expected? If you're interested in being featured in a "Love" retrospective, e-mail your triumphs, challenges, and adventures to weddings@phillynews.com with your contact information.
NEWS
March 14, 2013
VATICAN CITY - The following, from the Associated Press, is the Vatican's official English translation of Pope Francis' "Urbi et Orbi" speech (To the City and the World) delivered in Italian from the central balcony of St. Peter's Basilica on Wednesday night. Brothers and sisters, good evening! You know that it was the duty of the Conclave to give Rome a Bishop. It seems that my brother Cardinals have gone to the ends of the earth to get one... but here we are. ... I thank you for your welcome.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 11, 2010 | By MADOREE PIPKINS, pipkinm@phillynews.com 215-854-5444
While some Mexican immigrants may already have found their voices in their new Philadelphia community, others are still searching. Local artists Nora Litz and Michelle Ortiz are helping some of them speak out through their "El Viaje" project. "El Viaje" - "the journey" in Spanish - is six Mexican families' visual accounts of their experiences leaving their Mexican homeland and traveling to South Philadelphia, where they now live. The paintings and other objects convey the heartfelt emotions of leaving family members behind to embark on a difficult, sometimes dangerous journey to an unfamiliar land.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 6, 1986 | By Carrie Rickey, Inquirer Movie Critic
Gospel According to Al Green is a revelation. Philadelphia filmmaker Robert Mugge's portrait of the remarkable singer traces his journey from soul man of the '70s to the soulful preacher of today - pastor of the Full Gospel Tabernacle in Memphis, Tenn. Arkansas-born Green cut his teeth on gospel, touring the country with his brothers as part of an evangelical quartet. Almost from the beginning, Green swore a dual allegiance to the sacred and the profane, and, once into his 20s, his well-known blues ballad "Let's Stay Together" suggested that the sensual might be winning over the spiritual.
SPORTS
August 10, 1996 | By Mayer Brandschain, FOR THE INQUIRER
For Bonnie George and David Plon, yesterday's journey to the final round of the Philadelphia Mixed Foursomes Golf Championship was tougher than the trip for their opponents today, Green Valley's Bonnie Kay and Phil Siegel. Kay-Siegel did not have to journey to Philmont Country Club's South Course. Their opponents, Halaine Cohen of Philmont and Jerry Donofrio of Sandy Run, defaulted because Donofrio had back trouble. Paul Erhardt of Wilmington Country Club shot a 72 to finish first among four qualifiers for the U.S. Senior Amateur Golf Championship at Doylestown Country Club.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 28, 2007 | By Carrie Rickey INQUIRER MOVIE CRITIC
When he renounced possessions, friends and family in 1990, Chris McCandless, 23, was an intense and idealistic college grad fleeing the savage materialism of so-called civilization. He took his savings, gave it to OxFam, and hit the road. A self-styled monk whose hermitage was the American outdoors, McCandless sought serenity in rugged mountains where he mastered his fears, and on the sparkling rivers where he rode the rapids of self-reliance. On the basis of the exhilarating Into the Wild, Sean Penn's exceptional film inspired by Jon Krakauer's nonfiction best seller, McCandless (charismatic Emile Hirsch)
NEWS
August 27, 2003 | By Joseph A. Gambardello INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
William Henley is carrying a cross for Camden. It is not a small cross. Made of two four-by-fours, it is big enough to hold a man and bound to draw attention. Henley, 36, shouldered the cross for the first time yesterday on a quest he hopes will take him to every street in the state's poorest city. That's a 300-mile journey. The nondenominational minister is doing it for several reasons, not the least of which is his conviction that a city seeking salvation needs a savior.
NEWS
July 10, 2008 | By GARY THOMPSON, thompsg@phillynews.com
"Journey to the Center of the Earth" star Brendan Fraser says he loves watching kids at preview screenings reach out to touch the lifelike 3-D images. I report this as a heads-up to fathers who accompany their children to the 3-D "Earth," whose images are indeed convincingly close at hand, lest dad be caught reaching out to touch actress Anita Briem. That could make for a long car ride home. Remember, dad, every journey to the center of the earth has a dinosaur, and also a fox - here, it's Briem as the Icelandic climber who leads scientist Fraser and his surly nephew (Josh Hutcherson)
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