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November 24, 1988 | By W. Speers, Inquirer Staff Writer Contributors to this report include the Associated Press, United Press International, the New York Daily News and USA Today
Lame-duck first son Michael Reagan is involved in a catfight with the producer of his syndicated TV talk show over $20,000 he says the producer owes him in back pay and benefits. Ralph Andrews, head of the firm bearing his name, which hired Reagan to host Lingo for 20 weeks, said Reagan was probably right about the money but added the show was in "great financial difficulty. " Then he called Reagan an "ingrate," noting, "no one else would give him a chance in this town (Los Angeles)
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January 27, 1994 | BY PETE DEXTER
I was driving home in the rain late one afternoon recently, looking for a weather report on the radio to tell me it was going to stop - I think it's part of the local humor here in Washington, weather reports saying it's going to stop - when I happened to land on a station where a man named Michael Reagan was telling a joke. Mr. Reagan, you may remember, is the adopted son of the ex-president, a black sheep of sorts who complained bitterly during the Reagan years of being estranged from his parents.
NEWS
March 29, 1988 | By BRUCE COOK, Los Angeles Daily News
At the publicity office, they said Michael Reagan was running late. Well, it was no surprise. He has been on the cover of People, hit a couple of the talk shows and has who knows how many other interviews scheduled before setting off on a four-week national publicity tour for his new book, with Joe Hyams, "On the Outside Looking In" (Zebra, $17.95). Reagan, son of the Great Communicator himself, is a one-man media blitz for his new book, which hit the bookstores last week. Eventually, he came barreling in, trailing a curious kind of entourage - two serious-looking men in dark suits who neither spoke nor smiled in greeting.
NEWS
September 30, 2007 | By Mari A. Schaefer INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A 19-year-old Sharon Hill volunteer firefighter died yesterday of injuries he suffered Wednesday when part of a building collapsed and pinned him. Michael Reagan, of Ridley Township, had been on life support at Crozer-Chester Medical Center since taking a turn for the worse on Friday, hospital spokesman Grant Gegwich said. Reagan's parents were by his side when he died. "Mike was an outstanding member of the Sharon Hill and Holmes Fire Companies," Fire Chief Bill Benecke wrote in a statement.
NEWS
April 5, 1988 | By DAVE BITTAN, Daily News Staff Writer
Young Ron Reagan is making quite a name for himself as a dancer/actor- turned TV personality. But his dad, the president, also has another son - adopted when screen star Ronald Reagan was married to Jane Wyman. His name is Michael Reagan, and he has written a book called, "Michael Reagan: On the Outside Looking In. " He talks with Diane Raymond at 12:20 this afternoon on WWDB (FM/96.5). Then, at 3 p.m., he visits WHYY (FM/91) and host Marty Moss- Coane to discuss his life as the president's son, and how he is coming to terms with his adoption.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 27, 2003 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
SEMI-NAKED butt bouncer Beyonce would like to clarify her position on the Madonna-Britney smooch. In the Oct. 15 London Sun, Beyonce said her relationship with God would prohibit her from engaging in any girl-on-girl action (this is not to be confused with her relationship with rapper Jay-Z, which might encourage such a move). "I have standards," she said. "There are things I will not do. " Well, there may be things Beyonce will not do (and if so, we want a list), but the singer says, in this case, the Sun misquoted her. "I have never judged anyone based on his or her sexual orientation," she said.
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January 26, 1989 | By Marc Schogol, Inquirer Staff Writer Contributors to this report include the Associated Press, United Press International, Knight-Ridder News Service and the Los Angeles Times
On second thought, Michael Reagan wishes he'd made a kinder, gentler phone call. The son of Ronald Reagan acknowledges that he left a profanity-laced threatening message on the answering machine of a photographer who is suing him for copyright infringement over the use of two photos in Michael Reagan's 1988 memoir, On the Outside Looking In. Now photographer Roger Sandler has filed a complaint against Michael Reagan over the Jan. 15 phone...
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March 15, 1988 | By W. Speers, Inquirer Staff Writer The Associated Press and United Press International contributed to this report
President and Nancy Reagan yesterday gave a cautiously positive review to Michael Reagan's new book, On the Outside Looking In, which they read last weekend. A spokeswoman for Nancy Reagan said the first couple called their adopted son Sunday night and had a "very pleasant" talk about the book. "They said they hoped it would help other young boys who went through what he went through," said the spokeswoman, alluding to Michael Reagan's disclosure that a camp counselor had sexually molested him as a child.
NEWS
July 25, 1997 | By Cal Thomas
Congressional Republicans appear to be playing a summer-stock repertoire of farce. Last week, what passes for the House "leadership" revealed its appalling weakness when a group of high-ranking members could not even engineer a coup in their own party. We already know the difficulty some Republican House members have had locating their spines in order to stand up to Democrats, especially President Clinton. Now these supposed "revolutionaries" have morphed into Keystone Kops. Following last year's government shutdown, which Clinton successfully blamed on Republicans, the GOP seemed to lose not only all sense of direction but also any sense of purpose.
NEWS
June 12, 2004 | By Ron Hutcheson and Dawn C. Chmielewski INQUIRER NATIONAL STAFF
Ronald Wilson Reagan went to his final rest on a California hilltop yesterday, in a cinematic finish to a life that took him from a small town in the Midwest to the glamour of Hollywood to the role of a lifetime as the nation's 40th president. The sunset burial service at Reagan's presidential library in Simi Valley, Calif., closed the curtain on six days of remembrance and patriotic ritual for a larger-than-life figure whose influence was felt around the globe. After maintaining her composure in public all week, Nancy Reagan dissolved into tears after receiving the carefully folded flag that had encased her husband's casket.
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July 1, 2011
The Rev. Michael Wenning, 75, who was Ronald and Nancy Reagan's longtime pastor at Los Angeles' Bel Air Presbyterian Church and presided over the 40th president's moving sunset burial, died Tuesday from leukemia and kidney failure at his home in Mission Viejo, Calif. The Reagans had attended Bel Air Presbyterian in the Santa Monica Mountains for decades, dating to when Reagan was governor of California. Mr. Wenning, who was pastor of the 2,500-member church from 1995 to 2001, regularly visited Reagan's home and Century City office when the Alzheimer's disease-stricken former president stopped appearing in public.
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September 30, 2007 | By Mari A. Schaefer INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
A 19-year-old Sharon Hill volunteer firefighter died yesterday of injuries he suffered Wednesday when part of a building collapsed and pinned him. Michael Reagan, of Ridley Township, had been on life support at Crozer-Chester Medical Center since taking a turn for the worse on Friday, hospital spokesman Grant Gegwich said. Reagan's parents were by his side when he died. "Mike was an outstanding member of the Sharon Hill and Holmes Fire Companies," Fire Chief Bill Benecke wrote in a statement.
NEWS
June 12, 2004 | By Ron Hutcheson and Dawn C. Chmielewski INQUIRER NATIONAL STAFF
Ronald Wilson Reagan went to his final rest on a California hilltop yesterday, in a cinematic finish to a life that took him from a small town in the Midwest to the glamour of Hollywood to the role of a lifetime as the nation's 40th president. The sunset burial service at Reagan's presidential library in Simi Valley, Calif., closed the curtain on six days of remembrance and patriotic ritual for a larger-than-life figure whose influence was felt around the globe. After maintaining her composure in public all week, Nancy Reagan dissolved into tears after receiving the carefully folded flag that had encased her husband's casket.
ENTERTAINMENT
October 27, 2003 | HOWARD GENSLER Daily News wire services contributed to this report
SEMI-NAKED butt bouncer Beyonce would like to clarify her position on the Madonna-Britney smooch. In the Oct. 15 London Sun, Beyonce said her relationship with God would prohibit her from engaging in any girl-on-girl action (this is not to be confused with her relationship with rapper Jay-Z, which might encourage such a move). "I have standards," she said. "There are things I will not do. " Well, there may be things Beyonce will not do (and if so, we want a list), but the singer says, in this case, the Sun misquoted her. "I have never judged anyone based on his or her sexual orientation," she said.
NEWS
July 25, 1997 | By Cal Thomas
Congressional Republicans appear to be playing a summer-stock repertoire of farce. Last week, what passes for the House "leadership" revealed its appalling weakness when a group of high-ranking members could not even engineer a coup in their own party. We already know the difficulty some Republican House members have had locating their spines in order to stand up to Democrats, especially President Clinton. Now these supposed "revolutionaries" have morphed into Keystone Kops. Following last year's government shutdown, which Clinton successfully blamed on Republicans, the GOP seemed to lose not only all sense of direction but also any sense of purpose.
NEWS
January 27, 1994 | BY PETE DEXTER
I was driving home in the rain late one afternoon recently, looking for a weather report on the radio to tell me it was going to stop - I think it's part of the local humor here in Washington, weather reports saying it's going to stop - when I happened to land on a station where a man named Michael Reagan was telling a joke. Mr. Reagan, you may remember, is the adopted son of the ex-president, a black sheep of sorts who complained bitterly during the Reagan years of being estranged from his parents.
LIVING
March 5, 1993 | By W. Speers, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER This story includes information from the Associated Press, Reuters, the New York Times, the New York Post, the Washington Post and USA Today
Olympic skater Christopher Bowman was beaten and possibly robbed Wednesday at 2:30 a.m. at a hotel in a seedy Pittsburgh neighborhood, according to a police report. It adds that he was taken to a hospital and treated for rib and head injuries. However, Bowman, 25, said the police report was wrong, that he lost his wallet on a downtown street and denied that he was ever at the hotel in question. He said he called for medical help from his Hyatt Hotel room because he was sick. The police report was based on what paramedics said Bowman told them.
NEWS
April 11, 1991 | By W. Speers, Inquirer Staff Writer Contributors to this report include the Associated Press, Reuters, the New York Post, the New York Daily News, the Washington Post and the New York Post
West Virginia remedial reading teacher Rae McKee got an apple yesterday - a crystal apple - from President Bush, who flew to her 170-pupil school in tiny Slanesville to honor her as the 1991 National Teacher of the Year. Before presenting her with the award, Bush joined her class in a writing assignment, in which students were asked to write about growing up. The President wrote about "Mr. Grant (who) taught shop. " Said McKee, 33, raised in the rural area and a teacher for 11 years: "It's overpowering.
NEWS
January 26, 1989 | By Marc Schogol, Inquirer Staff Writer Contributors to this report include the Associated Press, United Press International, Knight-Ridder News Service and the Los Angeles Times
On second thought, Michael Reagan wishes he'd made a kinder, gentler phone call. The son of Ronald Reagan acknowledges that he left a profanity-laced threatening message on the answering machine of a photographer who is suing him for copyright infringement over the use of two photos in Michael Reagan's 1988 memoir, On the Outside Looking In. Now photographer Roger Sandler has filed a complaint against Michael Reagan over the Jan. 15 phone...
NEWS
November 24, 1988 | By W. Speers, Inquirer Staff Writer Contributors to this report include the Associated Press, United Press International, the New York Daily News and USA Today
Lame-duck first son Michael Reagan is involved in a catfight with the producer of his syndicated TV talk show over $20,000 he says the producer owes him in back pay and benefits. Ralph Andrews, head of the firm bearing his name, which hired Reagan to host Lingo for 20 weeks, said Reagan was probably right about the money but added the show was in "great financial difficulty. " Then he called Reagan an "ingrate," noting, "no one else would give him a chance in this town (Los Angeles)
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