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November 20, 2011 | By Stacey Burling, Inquirer Staff Writer
If Elton and Bruschi - pronounced "brewski" - were people, Elton would be the friendly oaf of a guy who likes to drink beer in the backyard and who could maybe do stand-up on Comedy Central, and Bruschi would read GQ (well maybe he wouldn't read) and dream of making People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive list. As it is, they are dogs - Elton, official name Rocket Man, is a bullmastiff; Bruschi, official name Greengate the Boss at Beaubriar, is an Irish setter - that found themselves on display with close to 2,000 other dogs Saturday at the National Dog Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks.
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November 18, 2012 | By Martha Woodall, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks went to the dogs Saturday. Terriers. English Setters. Alaskan Malamutes. French Bulldogs. Giant Schnauzers, too. In all, purebred dogs from 170 breeds are participating in the National Dog Show presented by Purina and competing for honors including the coveted "Best in Show" award. The show is presented by Purina and will be broadcast by NBC on Thanksgiving from noon to 2 p.m. As dog lovers crowded into the seats surrounding the Best-in-Show Ring, Wayne Ferguson, president of the Kennel Club of Philadelphia, welcomed them to one of the oldest shows in nation.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 17, 2012 | By Carolyn Davis, Inquirer Staff Writer
The contestants are prepped and primped, sometimes for as much as $250,000, as if they were models getting ready to sashay down a prestigious runway. They are models of a sort - four-legged ones, anyhow (that's twice as much sashaying) - and the runway is one of the most prestigious in the United States, if you are a dog, or a human owner, breeder or handler of one. The Kennel Club of Philadelphia's annual National Dog Show Presented by Purina takes place this weekend at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks.
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November 16, 2014 | By Dylan Purcell, Inquirer Staff Writer
The patter of pads and paws came to Oaks on Saturday as the National Dog Show arrived. The annual event draws more than 1,500 of the nation's top dogs, representing more than 175 breeds, to compete under the lights of Montgomery County's Greater Philadelphia Expo Center. Thousands of fans came to see man's best friend springing around in front of judges. Between performances, the dogs were prepped and groomed in the high-energy bench area. "Welcome to the craziness," said Lorena Clark, who traveled from Rhode Island with Josey Wales, a young English springer spaniel that earned a championship title in August.
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November 19, 2012 | By Martha Woodall, Inquirer Staff Writer
There were 2,000 purebred dogs at the National Dog Show on Saturday, but one winner had to be honored in absentia. Instead of padding into the spotlight of the best-in-show ring at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks to claim the "Rally to the Rescue" honor for most compelling tale involving a rescue animal, Pudding sent his owner to collect the award because, well, Pudding is a cat. Representatives from Purina, which sponsors the...
ENTERTAINMENT
November 19, 2010 | By Rachel Gouk
Friday Civil War politics A free lecture exploring Civil War political struggles is planned Friday at Holy Family University. Renowned history expert Randall M. Miller will be giving a multimedia presentation "We Must Not Be Enemies: Lincoln, the Election of 1860, and the Coming of the Civil War. " Miller will examine the 1860 presidential election involving Abraham Lincoln, Stephen A. Douglas, John C. Breckenridge, and John Bell. The lecture is sponsored by Holy Family University-Glen Foerd as part of the Delaware History Speaker Series.
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November 21, 2010 | By Jeff Gammage, Inquirer Staff Writer
Oaks went to the dogs on Saturday. And the thousands who padded through the National Dog Show wouldn't have had it any other way. The show is much more than exhibition and competition: It's a doggie-palooza that attracts 2,000 top pooches of more than 150 breeds, spread out across the expanse of the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in central Montgomery County. Competing are some of the absolute best dogs in the country, show chair Bill Burland said. One of them: a Welsh terrier named Aria, who is "calm and sweet and loving and smart," according to her owner, Cathy Franois, who traveled here from Virginia.
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November 20, 2012 | By Dan Gross
IT'S THE s---storm of the century. John Bolaris finally got his day in court Friday in Miami, testifying against the Russian crime syndicate charged with using women to scam and drug unsuspecting tourists like him. But he says that experience was marred by report on Philadelphia magazine's website that he defecated himself, as one of his alleged scammers testified in court. "No. 1, it didn't happen," Bolaris told us over the weekend. "If it did happen, I would say it happened.
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November 15, 2013 | By Molly Eichel
6ABC's Rick Williams takes off his anchor hat for the weekend to star in the Moorestown Theater's take on "Thoroughly Modern Millie," about a small-town girl who travels to NYC to marry rich. The whole ordeal is flapper-fringed, and even includes a bit about white slavery in China (it all works, I promise). Williams performs regularly with the Moorestown Theater Company, previously calling it a good excuse to spend time with his family. Williams will play Trevor Graydon III, the wealthy head of the titular character's company, whom Millie tries to woo. Performances run this weekend and next at the Moorestown Upper Elementary School (325 Borton Landing Road)
ENTERTAINMENT
November 19, 2005 | By Christine Ma INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Big dogs. Tiny dogs. Furry dogs. Furless dogs. Dogs with stocky legs. Dogs with droopy ears. If you're looking to learn more about a certain breed, or to watch pooches perform amazing tricks, or to see which well-groomed dog is the best of the best, then the Fort Washington Expo Center, 1100 Virginia Dr. in Fort Washington, is the place to be this weekend. Today and tomorrow, more than 2,000 canines representing 150 breeds and varieties will be putting their best paw forward in back-to-back dog shows presented by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia.
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November 16, 2014 | By Dylan Purcell, Inquirer Staff Writer
The patter of pads and paws came to Oaks on Saturday as the National Dog Show arrived. The annual event draws more than 1,500 of the nation's top dogs, representing more than 175 breeds, to compete under the lights of Montgomery County's Greater Philadelphia Expo Center. Thousands of fans came to see man's best friend springing around in front of judges. Between performances, the dogs were prepped and groomed in the high-energy bench area. "Welcome to the craziness," said Lorena Clark, who traveled from Rhode Island with Josey Wales, a young English springer spaniel that earned a championship title in August.
NEWS
November 18, 2013 | By Ben Finley, Inquirer Staff Writer
Tango is great with kids, but he'll kill their pet guinea pig if you're not careful. He'll break a squirrel's neck and leave the dead animal on the porch for you, too. Low to the ground and boasting dexterous, horselike ears, Portuguese Podengo pequenos like Tango were bred centuries ago in Europe to catch rats on explorers' ships. They are born hunters with type A personalities, at least most of the time. "You move the furniture around and they're mad at you for a week," said Tango's owner, Stacy Faw, of Indiana.
SPORTS
November 15, 2013 | By Bob Ford, Inquirer Columnist
Nick Foles is an Afghan hound, DeSean Jackson a whippet, LeSean McCoy a doberman, and Evan Mathis an Alaskan malamute. David Frei says it, so it must be true, because the man knows his football and he knows his dogs. Frei, the only sanctioned dog-show judge who also wears a Super Bowl ring, will be in town this weekend to serve as expert commentator for the National Dog Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks, near Valley Forge. The show, hosted by the Kennel Club of Philadelphia, is broadcast annually at noon on Thanksgiving by NBC and draws monstrous ratings between the parades and the football games.
NEWS
November 15, 2013 | By Molly Eichel
6ABC's Rick Williams takes off his anchor hat for the weekend to star in the Moorestown Theater's take on "Thoroughly Modern Millie," about a small-town girl who travels to NYC to marry rich. The whole ordeal is flapper-fringed, and even includes a bit about white slavery in China (it all works, I promise). Williams performs regularly with the Moorestown Theater Company, previously calling it a good excuse to spend time with his family. Williams will play Trevor Graydon III, the wealthy head of the titular character's company, whom Millie tries to woo. Performances run this weekend and next at the Moorestown Upper Elementary School (325 Borton Landing Road)
ENTERTAINMENT
November 20, 2012 | By Dan Gross
IT'S THE s---storm of the century. John Bolaris finally got his day in court Friday in Miami, testifying against the Russian crime syndicate charged with using women to scam and drug unsuspecting tourists like him. But he says that experience was marred by report on Philadelphia magazine's website that he defecated himself, as one of his alleged scammers testified in court. "No. 1, it didn't happen," Bolaris told us over the weekend. "If it did happen, I would say it happened.
NEWS
November 19, 2012 | By Martha Woodall, Inquirer Staff Writer
There were 2,000 purebred dogs at the National Dog Show on Saturday, but one winner had to be honored in absentia. Instead of padding into the spotlight of the best-in-show ring at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks to claim the "Rally to the Rescue" honor for most compelling tale involving a rescue animal, Pudding sent his owner to collect the award because, well, Pudding is a cat. Representatives from Purina, which sponsors the...
NEWS
November 18, 2012 | By Martha Woodall, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The Greater Philadelphia Expo Center in Oaks went to the dogs Saturday. Terriers. English Setters. Alaskan Malamutes. French Bulldogs. Giant Schnauzers, too. In all, purebred dogs from 170 breeds are participating in the National Dog Show presented by Purina and competing for honors including the coveted "Best in Show" award. The show is presented by Purina and will be broadcast by NBC on Thanksgiving from noon to 2 p.m. As dog lovers crowded into the seats surrounding the Best-in-Show Ring, Wayne Ferguson, president of the Kennel Club of Philadelphia, welcomed them to one of the oldest shows in nation.
ENTERTAINMENT
November 17, 2012 | By Carolyn Davis, Inquirer Staff Writer
The contestants are prepped and primped, sometimes for as much as $250,000, as if they were models getting ready to sashay down a prestigious runway. They are models of a sort - four-legged ones, anyhow (that's twice as much sashaying) - and the runway is one of the most prestigious in the United States, if you are a dog, or a human owner, breeder or handler of one. The Kennel Club of Philadelphia's annual National Dog Show Presented by Purina takes place this weekend at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks.
NEWS
October 26, 2012 | By Peter Mucha, Inquirer Staff Writer
The nation's most-viewed dog show, held yearly near Valley Forge, will add two breeds to the lineup of canine competitors this year. The Russell Terrier joins more than 30 other terriers, while the Treeing Walker Coonhound becomes the fifth coonhound to make the official American Kennel Club Registry. Nearly 2,000 dogs representing 160 breeds will strut their stuff at the National Dog Show, slated for Nov. 17 and 18 at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks, in Montgomery County.
NEWS
November 20, 2011 | By Stacey Burling, Inquirer Staff Writer
If Elton and Bruschi - pronounced "brewski" - were people, Elton would be the friendly oaf of a guy who likes to drink beer in the backyard and who could maybe do stand-up on Comedy Central, and Bruschi would read GQ (well maybe he wouldn't read) and dream of making People Magazine's Sexiest Man Alive list. As it is, they are dogs - Elton, official name Rocket Man, is a bullmastiff; Bruschi, official name Greengate the Boss at Beaubriar, is an Irish setter - that found themselves on display with close to 2,000 other dogs Saturday at the National Dog Show at the Greater Philadelphia Expo Center at Oaks.
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