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May 29, 2013 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
"Love" by Kellie Patrick Gates does not appear this week.
NEWS
April 5, 2013 | By Jim Rutter, For The Inquirer
'To suffer love. " This unusual line appears three times in quick order toward the end of Shakespeare's Much Ado About Nothing . Philadelphia Shakespeare Theatre's fresh, exuberant production illuminates the Bard's theme with a fullness and flourish. Much of Much Ado centers on the unwilling affection building between Beatrice (Eleni Delopoulos) and Benedick (Chance Dean), a proud maid and professed bachelor trading jaded barbs about how they will never marry, especially not each other.
NEWS
February 14, 1987 | Special to The Inquirer / RANDALL K. WOLF
People buy flowers for their sweethearts all year round, but Valentine's Day is the day to go public with love. A simple bunch of daisies will not do. No, for maximum points, a long white box must arrive, a box that can contain only one thing: a dozen roses. Yesterday, Charles F. Kremp 3d Florists of Willow Grove was busy delivering these fragile symbols of love.
NEWS
August 6, 2004
Does this describe your job? You hate the politics. The bureaucracy drives you crazy. Sometimes your boss does, too. But the actual work is enjoyable. Tell us what you love about your work and why you find it fulfilling. Responses should be no more than 250 words and must be submitted by Aug. 30. A collection of the best essays will run on Labor Day - Sept. 6. Mail your comments to: Metro Commentary Page The Philadelphia Inquirer Box 8263 Philadelphia 19101 E-mail: metroletters@phillynews.
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June 26, 2015 | BY JASON NARK, Daily News Staff Writer narkj@phillynews.com, 215-854-5916
THE PEOPLE OF Wenonah, N.J., love their trees, and they carved them into logs and pried them out of windshields yesterday afternoon with a bit of the bark stripped from their hearts. "Can you tell I've been crying?" asked Maria Ceravolo, 36, as she stood in the center of Wenonah Park in the quaint Gloucester County community. Ceravolo, a member of the Shade Tree Commission in town, looked like a nurse combing through a battlefield, wiping off sweat as she raked up the green leaves and branches that littered the grass.
NEWS
June 22, 2015 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Hello there It was early January 2008, and Megan joined seemingly most of her South Philadelphia neighbors at Serenade Night - an annual celebration for that year's Mummer's Parade Fancy Brigade winner. She and a girlfriend hit the Shamrock Pub, and - darn it! - a guy she was trying to avoid was at the bar. She was so glad to spot Jason. She knew him only as a friend's friend's brother, but word around Two Street was he was one of the nice guys, and talking to him might keep that other guy away.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 20, 2015 | By Jacqueline Bigar, For The Inquirer
ARIES (March 21-April 19) (*****) Cupid arrives with summer. You will meet quite a few tantalizing people provided you decide to go out and about. The possibilities are endless. Be joyous and pursue what you love. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) (****) The bull might decide to take a slow few days alone. It appears others like the same spot. You share well. You might notice as you sniff the flowers that there is someone who arouses a great deal of interest. GEMINI (May 21-June 20) (*****)
NEWS
June 19, 2015 | By Molly Eichel, Inquirer Staff Writer
ABC will go back in time while Amazon Studios hops over to London, in two shows that explore the families we create when we're forced into extraordinary circumstances. We have lift-off . . . Behind every great early-space pioneer was a great, Jell-O-salad-making woman. So says The Astronaut Wives Club , ABC's new period drama about the wives of the first astronauts. Itpremieres at 8 p.m. Thursday. Based on Lily Koppel's book, The Astronaut Wives Club focuses each of its episodes on one of the women married to a member of the Mercury Seven.
NEWS
June 18, 2015 | By Erin McCarthy, Inquirer Staff Writer
Ovella O'Neal's parenting secret is simple: no cellphones, no girlfriends. This strategy helped her raise her son, Aljelani Igwe, who is set to graduate from LEAP Academy University Charter School next week and begin classes at Rowan University in the fall. Growing up in Camden, Igwe stayed out of trouble, O'Neal said, and never had any run-ins with the law. "He's just been a super kid," she said. "If I could clone him and put him in every home. ... He just listens. " To show her son how proud she is of his success, O'Neal arranged a surprise Tuesday afternoon.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 17, 2015 | By Carolyn Hax
Adapted from a recent online discussion.   Question: I am in a serious relationship with a divorced man, no children. I am having trouble getting over the fact that he's done everything before - proposed, watched his bride walk down the aisle, bought a house, etc. I know it's ridiculous, but why do I keep being bothered by it? I am in my mid-30s, so I have many divorced friends, and I think they all deserve a second chance at love. Can you please talk some sense into me?
ENTERTAINMENT
June 17, 2015 | By Howard Gensler, Daily News Staff Writer
IN MANY Tattle items over the years, we've pitched made-up TV shows, movie sequels and spin-offs based on dopey ideas voiced elsewhere in the column. Our most recent suggestion, thanks to Caitlyn Jenner , was a remake of "Bosom Buddies" with actual transgender actors. But with all the crazy ideas we have broached over the years - some just to have the lawsuit ready when they're stolen from us - we're not sure we could ever come up with a reality show/social experiment as icky as A&E's "Married at First Sight.
NEWS
June 15, 2015 | By Stacey Burling, Inquirer Staff Writer
Danielle Snyderman's fascination with the love lives of her elderly patients began after a woman in her late 80s suffered a series of falls. It was clear that she could no longer live safely in an apartment with her husband of six decades. A broken hip would have been catastrophic for her. Snyderman, a geriatrician, recommended that the woman move to assisted living. Her husband resisted fiercely, fighting against what seemed to be in his wife's best interest. "Every morning, we wake up," he told Snyderman, "and we look at each other and we stick out our tongues.
NEWS
June 15, 2015 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Hello there Jason was ushering at his Germantown church, as he did Sunday after Sunday. But on this particular Sunday in summer 2005, in walked a man with a gorgeous Philadelphia-style beard and a bit of swag. "I kept staring at him the entire time, trying to get his attention, and he would just not give me anything back," Jason said. Two weeks later, Jason was in a telephone chat room for singles and phone-met a very interesting man named Anthony. They got along so well Jason invited him to his place near the Temple campus.
NEWS
June 15, 2015 | By Steven Rea, Inquirer Columnist
Life lessons from Quentin Tarantino, David Lynch, and Werner Herzog? Two movies opening Friday, Me and Earl and the Dying Girl at the Ritz East and Carmike Ritz Center/NJ and The Wolfpack at the Ritz at the Bourse, couldn't be more different - at first glance. The former is a teen romance, a coming-of-age story, a dire malady movie set in Pittsburgh, adapted from Jesse Andrews' YA novel of the same name. The latter is a documentary, shot almost entirely in the confines of a drab apartment in a public housing tower on Manhattan's Lower East Side - an apartment the six brothers in Crystal Moselle's startling film barely ever escaped.
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