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December 6, 2012 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
      Catherine, Duchess of Cambridge , will stay in the hospital a bit longer for treatment of severe morning sickness. The news she is with bairn has exploded the brains of the world. Snooki of Jersey Shore has sage advice for Kate: "It's hard, but don't stress out! Enjoy your pregnancy and be excited. " Kate's said to be feeling better, especially after William, Duke of the Same Cambridge , visited her.   TV news from all over Newt Gingrich ran into NBC's Parks and Recreation filming at the St. Elmo Steak House in Indianapolis.
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May 14, 2015 | By Anndee Hochman, For The Inquirer
Kate showed up for her student ID, in her first days at Allentown College (now DeSales University). The junior staffing the table already knew who she was. "I gave him my name and he said, 'You're a politics major, right?' I was a little freaked out. " She'd missed the orientation and Jim, a politics major with a good memory, had taken note. Over a boisterous dinner with mutual friends, they learned that both loved sports, cherished their Catholic faith, and had grown up in large families; Jim is the oldest of five, and Kate is one of eight.
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June 22, 2012 | Choose one .
"I am sorry," Jon Gosselin , 35, tells ex-wife Kate , 37, in a blanket apology for his behavior since the couple's idyllic Wyomissing life was shattered in '09. "I am sorry," he says via People mag, "because I did stuff I wouldn't want done to me. " By "stuff," Jon means the torrent of déclassé chicks he so publicly dated after the breakup, which no doubt deeply affected their eight kids and landed reality-show maven...
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May 24, 2016
Kiss Me, Kate Through June 26 at the Act II Playhouse, 56 E. Butler Ave., Ambler. Tickets: $35-$41. Information: 215-654-0200 or www.act2.org .
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October 26, 2012 | BY GARY THOMPSON, Daily News Staff Writer
BY NOW, the issue of substance abuse is familiar enough that we know to look for warning signs. Like waking up under a freeway on an abandoned couch. That's where schoolteacher Kate (Mary Elizabeth Winstead) finds herself one less-than-fine morning, after a night of karaoke and beer and shots leads to a midnight drive with a passenger who pays her fare by offering free crack. When she wakes up, Kate has no idea where she is, where her car is. All she knows is that sometime the night before, they both sustained significant damage (a sense of fear, confusion and dislocation nicely suggested by director James Ponsoldt, who has a knack for vivid context)
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July 22, 2016 | By Howard Gensler
THE WASHINGTON POST reported that as part of her "Joining Forces" initiative, first lady Michelle Obama invited a group of veterans and active military to a special pre-release White House screening of Star Trek: Beyond . Stars Chris Pine , Karl Urban and Simon Pegg were also guests. President Obama was absent, but he is reportedly a "Star Trek" fan, although Mrs. Obama may not be. "May the force be with you," she said in her welcoming remarks. D'oh! Urban (who plays Dr. McCoy)
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January 30, 2012
DEAR ABBY: My wife, "Kate," and her sister, "Judy," do not get along, to the point that my wife refuses to be in the same room with her. I have a class reunion coming up, and Judy is in my class. Because we're not sure Judy will show up, Kate has said she will attend - but she'll leave if Judy arrives. We had planned on going in separate cars so Kate could escape if necessary. But now she says if Judy puts in an appearance, she'll be upset with me if I don't leave with her. I don't get along with Judy either, but I'd like the chance to catch up with other classmates.
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April 10, 2011 | By Sally Friedman, For The Inquirer
Talk about trust. Back in March 2001, Deb Feerrar answered a phone call from her husband. She was in northern Virginia, where the family had been living for several years. He was in Moorestown and had just looked at a rancher in a sizzling-hot real estate market. "I think you'll like it," he told her as he described the large lot and the simple charms of the 1960s dwelling. And with that, the couple bought a house one of them had never seen. There was some urgency to their decision.
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July 23, 2012 | Steven Rea
Gold By Chris Cleave Simon & Schuster. 336 pp. $27 Reviewed by Steven Rea In track cycling, individual pursuit is simple: Two riders position themselves at opposite ends of the circuit, the gun goes off, and they ride counterclockwise, chasing each other down. For Kate Meadows and Zoe Castle, the dual — and dueling — heroines of Chris Cleave's perfectly timed and engaging third novel, Gold, starting at opposite ends isn't just something they do in their roles as Britain's top female speed cyclists.
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June 29, 2012 | By Kevin Riordan, Inquirer Columnist
It took five months and 2,200 miles, but siblings Kate and Brandon Imp and their sidekick Emily Ginger - a.k.a. the Ringleader, Monkey, and Lightning - hiked the length of the Appalachian Trail in 2010. It's taking a similar sort of determination to make and promote Beauty Beneath the Dirt , Kate's feature film of their adventure. "I've probably put in thousands of hours on this," says Kate, 26, a lawyer in Chicago. "And that's not counting the hike. " The executive producer/director and her brother will be back home in Burlington County this weekend for two screenings, part of a two-month series of 50 buzz-building presentations in theaters and other venues on or near "the AT" between Georgia and Maine.
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July 22, 2016 | By Howard Gensler
THE WASHINGTON POST reported that as part of her "Joining Forces" initiative, first lady Michelle Obama invited a group of veterans and active military to a special pre-release White House screening of Star Trek: Beyond . Stars Chris Pine , Karl Urban and Simon Pegg were also guests. President Obama was absent, but he is reportedly a "Star Trek" fan, although Mrs. Obama may not be. "May the force be with you," she said in her welcoming remarks. D'oh! Urban (who plays Dr. McCoy)
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July 16, 2016 | By Elizabeth Wellington, Fashion Writer
Egan Rittenhouse - the 770-square-foot lifestyle boutique nestled inside that grand hotel off the square - is filled with beautiful home goods you never thought you'd ever want or need. Take, for example, the carved wooden candlesticks (starting at $62) courtesy of Philadelphia furniture company Lostine, with calming wavelike engravings. Or John Derian's decoupage trays - especially the ones coated in rainbow colors - and Alexander Stadler's Philadelphia-centric etched cheese plates.
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May 24, 2016
Kiss Me, Kate Through June 26 at the Act II Playhouse, 56 E. Butler Ave., Ambler. Tickets: $35-$41. Information: 215-654-0200 or www.act2.org .
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May 24, 2016 | By Wendy Rosenfield, For The Inquirer
If it had nothing else to recommend it, Act II Playhouse's production of Kiss Me, Kate would still have the winning combination of Cole Porter and Shakespeare on its side. That mix - Porter's music and lyrics, paired with Sam and Bella Spewack's reimagining of The Taming of the Shrew - was, in fact, so winning that it took the first Tony Award for Best Musical in 1949. Packed full of classics, including "Another Op'nin', Another Show," and "So in Love," the story is loosely based on rumors of battles between Lynn Fontanne and her husband, Alfred Lunt, during a 1930s production of Shakespeare's comedy.
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April 12, 2016 | By Kate Harman, For The Inquirer
At the Ostaszewski house in the Chalfont neighborhood of Northeast Philadelphia, there's no doubt about who is in charge. At least not according to the family's two youngest members: Emily and Kate. "Sarah is the boss," Emily said through laughter, when speaking about her older sister. Kate would later agree with the sentiment. The same goes for the Archbishop Ryan softball squad, where Sarah, a two-year captain, is often referred to as the "team mom. " On the field, Sarah - a catcher - calls the pitches for the Ragdolls, led the team in batting last season, and has an impressively accurate arm. "Talk about a five-tool player," Ryan coach John Kidwell said.
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February 1, 2016 | By Phil Anastasia, Inquirer Columnist
Its official name was the Southeast Rec Center. Everybody in Bridgeton called it the "Tin Can. " That's where Charlie Kates got his start in basketball, a gangly kid with athletic ability but little direction, and little expectation that his life would stretch far beyond the chained-link fences that surrounded those asphalt courts. "I had no clue," Kates said. "It never occurred to me in a million years that I'd be able to do what I was able to do. " Kates, a former star at now-closed Sacred Heart High School in Vineland, as well as St. Francis University in Loretto, Pa., will be inducted into the South Jersey Basketball Hall of Fame Feb. 14 as a member of the club's 36th annual class.
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December 3, 2015 | By Anndee Hochman, For The Inquirer
They met in the middle. In the Green Street Friends Meeting House, Kate and Ted walked toward each other while a friend sang Nina Simone's "Feeling Good" with a hymnlike cadence. And then there was silence. It was a Quaker wedding, after all - a spiritual third rail between Ted's evangelical Christian upbringing and the Catholicism of Kate's youth. They planned everything themselves, from the self-written vows to the reception playlist. At the party, the floor pulsed with friends and relatives, including Ted's legion of dance-loving cousins.
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October 28, 2015
Welly Wanging, anyone? Monday was a fun day for England's charitably minded, fun-loving royal trio. Prince Harry , the Duke of Cambridge (may we call him William ?) and Duchess Catherine ( Kate , to those who know and love her) showed up for a meeting of their Charities Forum, greeting dozens of kids from organizations they sponsor. The gathering took place at BAFTA, the British Academy of Film and Television, where the trio watched a 30-minute clip from the new "Shaun the Sheep" production "The Farmer's Llamas," sat down with kids to make mini Shauns and snowmen out of modeling clay, made a short film and took turns flinging a colorful children's rain boot at a gourd-shaped scarecrow head.
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October 16, 2015 | BY GARY THOMPSON, Daily News Staff Writer thompsg@phillynews.com, 215-854-5992
STEVE JOBS' famous Reality Distortion Field, created by his feats of persuasive razzle dazzle, gets turned against him in the new movie bearing his name. The wacky, don't-call-it-a-biopic "Steve Jobs" creates a distortion field of its own - it's loosely based on Walter Isaacson's biography, but is obviously and flagrantly slippery in its use of facts. Even its casting is strange. Michael Fassbender looks nothing like Jobs and makes no attempt to mimic him, adding to a wave of dissent from This-Isn't-The-Real-Steve detractors.
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June 4, 2015 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Olsen-free 'Full House' Will anyone watch Netflix's Full House reboot without those adorable original stars, Ashley and Mary-Kate Olsen , who have turned down the opportunity to star in the new version? (In other words, is a life without the Olsen girls worth living?) Their costars seem copacetic. "They're not doing it, and I'm just happy that they're happy," Bob Saget tells E! News. (But will you be happy when the series fails?) Says Saget, "I want my friends to do what they want to do. . . . They have a whole different creative life now. " Honoring R&B legends The Phillies game Friday against the San Francisco Giants at Citizens Bank Park will be preceded at 6:30 p.m. by live music by Odunde 365 and an awards ceremony honoring the O'Jays and R&B and jazz maestro Jean Carne . Part of the 12th annual Phillies African American Heritage Celebration, the event also will feature appearances by Philadelphia Sound pioneers Kenny Gamble and Leon Huff . Carne will perform her hit, "Don't Let It Go to Your Head," and Bunny Sigler will sing the national anthem.
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