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February 17, 2012 | By Sarah Jordan, For The Inquirer
When Dasha Yermakova drives her black Land Rover LR3, it is equal parts office, lounge, and entertainment center: It offers hands-free calling and texting; plug-in capability for her children's iPhones, iPods, and iPads; and a navigation system the family named James. (Says Yermakova: "There's something very refined about that voice asking, 'Where are we going today?' with that proper British accent. ") If parents are superheroes, consider their cars Bat headquarters. Sure, Mom always has been somewhat of a limo driver - racing from soccer practice to Sweet Sixteens, play rehearsal to play dates.
NEWS
July 7, 1993 | BY ANN GERHART Daily News wire services contributed to this report
QUOTE "Stay away from shrinks. You don't have anything that can't be cured with a little Prozac and a polo mallet. " - Woody Allen, in his upcoming "New York Murder Mystery" ADVENTURE OF THE RICH & FAMOUS As you sit in your stultifying urban heat and shake your head over how a simple mother-daughter outing to see fireworks from Belmont Plateau can end with stray gunfire, consider this: Gun-wielding bandits stopped a limo carrying...
SPORTS
February 11, 1998 | By Stephen A. Smith, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
One day after missing a practice he had not been excused from, Tim Thomas was cool and calm and collected a fine upon returning to the 76ers yesterday. Thomas, who was in New York City over the weekend for All-Star Game festivities - he played Saturday in the rookie game - practiced for two hours yesterday, then apologized for failing to return home for Monday's practice. "It all boils down to I just missed practice. It was stupid," said Thomas, who was fined an unreported amount that could be as high as $1,000 under the collective-bargaining agreement.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 23, 2002 | By Beth Gillin INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A would-be thief reached through the window of a limo and tried to snatch a $15,000 diamond cross necklace from the throat of Liza Minnelli, 56, her publicist said yesterday. The limo was stopped at a traffic light in London Thursday night, said David Freed. Minnelli, seated alongside hubby of five days David Gest, 48, saw a hand coming toward her and mistook it for that of an autograph-seeker. As the unidentified man and others tried to open the door, the driver rolled up the window and zoomed away.
NEWS
April 6, 1990 | By Ellen Warren, Inquirer Washington Bureau
Picture this: President Bush is wearing a navy business suit. Michael Jackson has on chrome-plated boots, a black, red-striped drum major's costume and shades. They're standing shoulder to shoulder in the White House Rose Garden. The topic: U.S.-Soviet relations, of course. It was, it is, hard to come by an explanation of precisely what the star was doing at the White House. But he had asked for a meeting with Bush and the President said, "Bad!" - or words to that effect. After a brief chat in the Oval Office (those present could remember little of what was said)
NEWS
November 13, 1991 | By Michael Lacing
From Michael Lacing: HANDS ON OWNER During the deciding game of one of the most exciting World Series in recent history, Braves owner Ted Turner was caught by the camera dozing off in the stands next to Jane Fonda in the 8th inning of a scoreless tie. If only the Braves had scored as much as their owner that day, they'd be world champions. IT'S SHOETIME For those finding it hard to understand how an Ilmeda Marcos, with no political platform of substance, could even consider running for president, two words: Ronald Reagan.
NEWS
June 21, 1988 | By Joe Logan, Inquirer Staff Writer David Walstad contributed to this report
Well, WIP-AM's heart was in the right place - unfortunately, the limo that the station hired wasn't. If you'll recall, there was an item in this space Friday about how it was Gordon Thomas' 25th anniversary at the station. It also mentioned that in all those years, Thomas had faithfully climbed out of bed at midnight each day to make the 35-mile drive from his Schwenksville, Montgomery County, home to arrive at WIP (610) by 1 a.m. Never late a day in his life. So what happens when the station sends a limo to pick him up Friday for the celebration?
SPORTS
July 7, 1998 | By Jayson Stark, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER This article contains information from the Associated Press
How long ago does last year's All-Star Game seem to Curt Schilling? Back then, the Phillies were about 700 games under .500. Back then, the Schilling-to-the-Indians trade rumors were flying. Back then, he was in Cleveland, wearing a Phillies uniform, being treated as if he were Rocky Colavito. He got a standing O before the game from 44,000 people. He got a sales pitch from his limo driver about the greatness of Cleveland. He was The Man. And yesterday, on the day before his second All-Star Game, he was just another guy. "I didn't even get a limo from the airport this year.
NEWS
August 23, 2000 | by Jenice M. Armstrong, Daily News Staff Writer
"I'm not that book smart. I talk with small words. People don't have to use a dictionary. They understand me. " - Former Playmate Anna Nicole Smith, on her appeal to men, in US Weekly. Like mother, like daughter-in-law. Kim Mathers, the soon-to-be-ex-wife of rapper Eminem, this week filed a $10 million suit against him over the lyrics of his song, "Kim. " She says it "depicts horrific domestic violence against [her], resulting in her grisly murder. " Mathers, who is divorcing the rap star, might have gotten the idea from his own mother, Deborah Mathers-Briggs.
NEWS
May 19, 1998 | by Jim Nolan, Daily News Staff Writer
He opened for Sinatra for 13 years. Tomorrow he'll close for him. Comedian Tom Dreesen will be one of the pall bearers at the private funeral for the legendary entertainer, and it will be the hardest act he's ever had to follow. "To be asked to help carry this man to his final resting place is the highest honor that could be bestowed on me," he said in an interview yesterday. "I thank God every day he let me be a part of his life. " Dreesen, along with actor Robert Wagner and several others, will escort Sinatra's coffin to and from Good Shepherd Catholic Church here in for a noontime funeral Mass.
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