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May 25, 2012 | Freelance
3-D LASER lights, drive-in movies and sports complexes don't usually mix, though they sound as if they should, don't they? This weekend, the three converge for a multimedia music experience, "Laser Light Show," in a parking lot near Citizens Bank Park. With more than 10 acclaimed DJs performing house and electronica music, plus live rock bands, this event will make tremendous noise. Headliner DJ Scotto is producer of one of New York's first electronica dance-music events, Nocturnal Audio Sensory Awakening (a/k/a/ N.A.S.A)
NEWS
September 24, 2006 | Inquirer staff
What it is: Hatboro will host its first Fall Fun Festival, a six-day affair beginning tomorrow. Carnival rides and games, a laser-light show, nightly entertainment, local cuisine, a petting zoo, and a search for the "Hatboro Idol" will be among the highlights. The opening ceremonies, emceed by local comedian Grover Silcox, will begin at 6 tomorrow night with a parade from the Loller Building, 414 S. York Rd. The Upper Moreland High School marching unit and the Horsham Police Honor Guard will lead the parade.
NEWS
December 15, 1999 | By Monica Yant, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Inaugural festivities for Mayor-elect John F. Street will feature a laser light show, gospel choirs singing in several languages, and dinner menus spiced with food from around the globe, according to the committee planning the events. A group of more than 25 people is working through the holidays to prepare a series of four parties celebrating Street's Jan. 3 inauguration. While two of the events will cost those who attend $1,000 and up, two others are geared to a broader audience and will have a multicultural, multi-ethnic flavor.
NEWS
May 28, 1995 | By Cathleen Egan, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The men will wear knickers, knee-high socks, and black buckled shoes. Ruffled shirts will puff out of the sleeves and collars of their unbuttoned coats. Three-cornered hats will top off the look. The women will wear plain, full-length dresses supported, mostly, by limp petticoats. Their busts and waists will be squeezed tight, their curly or braided locks hidden by a "widdow" peak or a three-pointed hat worn close to the head. Widow Neilson will ask that her late husband's will be probated.
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November 13, 2013 | By Hillary Rea, For The Inquirer
'Are you tired yet, Philly?" Justin Timberlake asked, checking in with the crowd 21/2 hours into his three-hour set Wells Fargo Center Sunday night. Tired? There was no room for tired with the 360-degree laser light show that danced from song to song. Or the video projections that flipped back and forth between live shots and filmed pieces that interacted with what was happening on stage. Fancy audiovisuals aside, it was Timberlake's performance that kept the audience not just alert, but hypnotized and hooked throughout a 30-song spectacle that ended just before midnight.
NEWS
July 5, 1996 | by Renee Lucas Wayne, Daily News Staff Writer
Penn's Landing hosts more fun, fun, fun for the family this weekend with Prudential Delaware River Days, yet another component of the Sunoco Welcome America! celebration, running 12-9 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY, 12-5 p.m. SUNDAY. During the day, kids can get involved in Camp Delaware River, which features such activities as storytelling, games, relay races, live entertainment, a scavenger hunt and more. The river fest also has musical performances for adults, including folk rock, reggae, country, Celtic, oldies and blues on the mainstage.
NEWS
August 28, 1994 | By Edward Engel, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Louis Neirle is retired. But he has a full-time nonpaying job these days. It's a job he has been working at for more than two years now - coordinating a parade that will celebrate the 300th anniversary of this lower Camden County community. But his work won't end Saturday when the 100 or so groups - drill teams, string bands, Boy Scout troops and more - march from Third Street and Atco Avenue to Ritter Field. The parade is the first part of a big birthday party the township is throwing for itself, and the 300 days of activities that follow the marching will commemorate the founding of one of the oldest communities in the state still governed under its original moniker.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 5, 1991 | By Julie Stoiber, Inquirer Staff Writer
Yesterday, it was cake, ice cream and birthday candles. Dessert first at the Philadelphia Freedom Festival. Today, the city's four-day Fourth of July celebration moves on to the main course with the Restaurant Festival at Penn's Landing. From noon to 10 p.m., about 20 area eateries will sell their specialties at the Great Plaza on the Delaware. Delilah's, from the Reading Terminal Market, will offer ribs and chopped beef and pork sandwiches. The Middle East Restaurant will roast a pig and slice it for sandwiches, and will also serve sausage-and-peppers sandwiches.
NEWS
November 3, 2012 | By Chris Talbott, Associated Press
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - It was couples night at the Country Music Association Awards as Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert capped an emotional evening with Shelton's first entertainer of the year award. Shelton, a star of The Voice , won a leading three awards, including his third straight male vocalist of the year award. Lambert won female vocalist of the year, and the couple shared song of the year for their heart-rending collaboration, "Over You. " Lambert wept on stage in one of the more emotional CMA moments in recent memory as her husband recounted for the ABC television audience how his late father, Dick, spurred the couple to write the heart-rending song the loss of his brother Richie.
NEWS
January 10, 1990 | By Rich Heidorn Jr. and Daniel LeDuc, Inquirer Trenton Bureau
The Democrats officially took control of the Statehouse yesterday as Joseph V. Doria Jr. was sworn in as speaker of the 204th General Assembly and John A. Lynch took the gavel as Senate president. Eight new Assembly members - all but one of them Democrats - were sworn in along with 72 returning members in a ceremony attended by 1,600 relatives and supporters at the Trenton War Memorial. Formerly held 41-39 by Republicans, the lower house now is controlled 44-36 by Democrats.
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November 13, 2013 | By Hillary Rea, For The Inquirer
'Are you tired yet, Philly?" Justin Timberlake asked, checking in with the crowd 21/2 hours into his three-hour set Wells Fargo Center Sunday night. Tired? There was no room for tired with the 360-degree laser light show that danced from song to song. Or the video projections that flipped back and forth between live shots and filmed pieces that interacted with what was happening on stage. Fancy audiovisuals aside, it was Timberlake's performance that kept the audience not just alert, but hypnotized and hooked throughout a 30-song spectacle that ended just before midnight.
NEWS
November 3, 2012 | By Chris Talbott, Associated Press
NASHVILLE, Tenn. - It was couples night at the Country Music Association Awards as Blake Shelton and Miranda Lambert capped an emotional evening with Shelton's first entertainer of the year award. Shelton, a star of The Voice , won a leading three awards, including his third straight male vocalist of the year award. Lambert won female vocalist of the year, and the couple shared song of the year for their heart-rending collaboration, "Over You. " Lambert wept on stage in one of the more emotional CMA moments in recent memory as her husband recounted for the ABC television audience how his late father, Dick, spurred the couple to write the heart-rending song the loss of his brother Richie.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 25, 2012 | Freelance
3-D LASER lights, drive-in movies and sports complexes don't usually mix, though they sound as if they should, don't they? This weekend, the three converge for a multimedia music experience, "Laser Light Show," in a parking lot near Citizens Bank Park. With more than 10 acclaimed DJs performing house and electronica music, plus live rock bands, this event will make tremendous noise. Headliner DJ Scotto is producer of one of New York's first electronica dance-music events, Nocturnal Audio Sensory Awakening (a/k/a/ N.A.S.A)
NEWS
September 24, 2006 | Inquirer staff
What it is: Hatboro will host its first Fall Fun Festival, a six-day affair beginning tomorrow. Carnival rides and games, a laser-light show, nightly entertainment, local cuisine, a petting zoo, and a search for the "Hatboro Idol" will be among the highlights. The opening ceremonies, emceed by local comedian Grover Silcox, will begin at 6 tomorrow night with a parade from the Loller Building, 414 S. York Rd. The Upper Moreland High School marching unit and the Horsham Police Honor Guard will lead the parade.
NEWS
December 15, 1999 | By Monica Yant, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Inaugural festivities for Mayor-elect John F. Street will feature a laser light show, gospel choirs singing in several languages, and dinner menus spiced with food from around the globe, according to the committee planning the events. A group of more than 25 people is working through the holidays to prepare a series of four parties celebrating Street's Jan. 3 inauguration. While two of the events will cost those who attend $1,000 and up, two others are geared to a broader audience and will have a multicultural, multi-ethnic flavor.
NEWS
July 5, 1996 | by Renee Lucas Wayne, Daily News Staff Writer
Penn's Landing hosts more fun, fun, fun for the family this weekend with Prudential Delaware River Days, yet another component of the Sunoco Welcome America! celebration, running 12-9 p.m. FRIDAY and SATURDAY, 12-5 p.m. SUNDAY. During the day, kids can get involved in Camp Delaware River, which features such activities as storytelling, games, relay races, live entertainment, a scavenger hunt and more. The river fest also has musical performances for adults, including folk rock, reggae, country, Celtic, oldies and blues on the mainstage.
NEWS
May 28, 1995 | By Cathleen Egan, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
The men will wear knickers, knee-high socks, and black buckled shoes. Ruffled shirts will puff out of the sleeves and collars of their unbuttoned coats. Three-cornered hats will top off the look. The women will wear plain, full-length dresses supported, mostly, by limp petticoats. Their busts and waists will be squeezed tight, their curly or braided locks hidden by a "widdow" peak or a three-pointed hat worn close to the head. Widow Neilson will ask that her late husband's will be probated.
NEWS
August 28, 1994 | By Edward Engel, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Louis Neirle is retired. But he has a full-time nonpaying job these days. It's a job he has been working at for more than two years now - coordinating a parade that will celebrate the 300th anniversary of this lower Camden County community. But his work won't end Saturday when the 100 or so groups - drill teams, string bands, Boy Scout troops and more - march from Third Street and Atco Avenue to Ritter Field. The parade is the first part of a big birthday party the township is throwing for itself, and the 300 days of activities that follow the marching will commemorate the founding of one of the oldest communities in the state still governed under its original moniker.
NEWS
February 20, 1992 | By Jacqueline L. Urgo, SPECIAL TO THE INQUIRER
Irv Furman wanted to give the parents at Rancocas Valley Regional High School's inaugural "Community Resource and Education Night" a few things to ponder. Furman, a Collingswood-based motivational speaker, told a group of more than 500 parents, students and teachers who had gathered at the Mount Holly high school that their participation alone put them on the right track toward creating a better learning environment for students. "You should be applauded for the simple fact that you came out on such a cold night for this," Furman said.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 5, 1991 | By Julie Stoiber, Inquirer Staff Writer
Yesterday, it was cake, ice cream and birthday candles. Dessert first at the Philadelphia Freedom Festival. Today, the city's four-day Fourth of July celebration moves on to the main course with the Restaurant Festival at Penn's Landing. From noon to 10 p.m., about 20 area eateries will sell their specialties at the Great Plaza on the Delaware. Delilah's, from the Reading Terminal Market, will offer ribs and chopped beef and pork sandwiches. The Middle East Restaurant will roast a pig and slice it for sandwiches, and will also serve sausage-and-peppers sandwiches.
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