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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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ENTERTAINMENT
October 31, 2014 | By Jacqueline Bigar, For The Inquirer
ARIES (March 21-April 19) **** You might be switched out by now. In costume or not tonight, expect fun times. At the same time, you meet up with a recent interest and make plans. Use caution with any relationship you christen this weekend; the other party could be emotionally unavailable. Stay cool. TAURUS (April 20-May 20) **** The bull could easily get stuck in the pasture Friday night. Taking the heat off Friday is not bad. When you appear late Saturday with or without a date, others will smile.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 31, 2014 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Art and Craft opens with shots of an impossibly slim, small, unassuming man in his late 50s, completely bald except for a tiny ring of hair at the very back, shopping in a crafts supply store. So that's Mark A. Landis, the devilishly brilliant artist and confidence trickster who unloaded hundreds of forgeries on art museums across the country? What's he doing there? Codirected by Sam Cullman, Jennifer Grausman, and Mark Becker, Art and Craft is a thoroughly enjoyable and fascinating documentary about Landis' amazing feats as a forger and con man. For more than 20 years, until he was unmasked in 2008, Landis forged hundreds of pieces of art - from ancient illuminated manuscript pages to watercolors, drawings, and paintings by Louis Valtat, Paul Signac, Marie Laurencin, Stanislas L├ępine, and Daumier.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 28, 2014 | By Patricia Mans, For The Inquirer
Annette, 16, loves scary things, from movies to amusement-park rides, with roller coasters at the top of the list. "Technically speaking, life is a roller coaster," she says. "I have my ups and downs, and sometimes I feel I'm going in a circle. " "I guess bad things happen," she adds, "but then good times come. " An animal lover, Annette is considering volunteering at a shelter, and, in the long run, hopes to become a veterinarian. Her favorite subject in school is English, but when not in class, she enjoys spending time with her many friends and listening to rap and hip-hop.
NEWS
October 27, 2014 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Hello there Lindsay's mom talked her into online dating. "You didn't meet anyone in college. You haven't met anyone at work. And you run a gay theater company. Where do you think you're going to meet people?" she asked. "She had a point," Lindsay admits. The now 29-year-old actor is also development and communications manager for Philadelphia Young Playwrights and cofounded the Mauckingbird Theatre Company as a vehicle for gay storytelling. She electronically winked at Matthew in November 2008.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 23, 2014 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Brantley Gilbert engaged. Again. Just over 13 months ago, country music singer Brantley Gilbert was nursing a broken heart, having broken off his engagement to the love of his life, fellow country crooner Jana Kramer . Tuesday, Gilbert, 29, revealed he's engaged again. But to a different woman. (This time she really is the love of his life.) Gilbert wouldn't name the woman, only to say she's a teacher, a fellow native of Jefferson, Ga., and someone he has known for more than a decade.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 21, 2014 | By Patricia Mans, For The Inquirer
Jessica is a helper. An energetic and personable 14-year-old, she volunteers at a nursing home, where she does "anything they need me to do," she says. "I really enjoy it, and I love helping people. " Her compassion extends to homeless pets. Jessica is so passionate about animals she dreams of having a career taking care of them. She'd like to volunteer at an animal shelter, particularly since her recent tour of one in Philadelphia, where she played with the puppies and handed out treats to all. Jessica is a talkative teen with bright hazel eyes and long dark hair, which she likes to wear in a ponytail.
NEWS
October 20, 2014 | By Kellie Patrick Gates, For The Inquirer
Hello there They met in 2000, when Dierdre went to her first Falcon Ridge Folk Festival with the guy she was then dating. Doug, who had long been part of a group that gathered annually for music and camping in Hillsdale, N.Y., was there with his then-wife and kids. By the time the summer music fest rolled around in 2002, Dierdre was no longer with her boyfriend, and Doug no longer with his wife. But both returned to the festival, with their kids. "One of my first remembrances I have of her is that when everyone else was socializing, she was reading her son a book," Doug said.
SPORTS
October 18, 2014 | By Zach Berman, Inquirer Staff Writer
Brent Celek's statistical production has declined since Chip Kelly became the Eagles coach, but the man who is most pleased with Celek seems to be Kelly. There is no player Kelly speaks about with more reverence than Celek. "When you talk about what a Philadelphia Eagle looks like," Kelly said, "Brent Celek is what a Philadelphia Eagle looks like. " Kelly called Celek "everything you want," elaborating that he is the "ultimate" professional who is "totally selfless. " From Kelly, there are few better compliments.
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