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September 24, 1996 | By Mayer Brandschain, FOR THE INQUIRER
The Llanerch Country Club pair of John Cooper Jr. and Ben Lesniak shared the halfway lead with Russ Davis of Cape May National and Mickey Sokalski of Philmont at 6-under-par 66 in the $9,000, 36-hole Philadelphia PGA Better-Ball-of-Partners tournament yesterday at Pocono Farms Country Club in Tobyhanna, Pa. The two pairs lead three others by 1 stroke going into today's final 18 holes.
SPORTS
April 25, 1989 | By Alex Rosen, Special to The Inquirer
In 1971, partners Dom DiCicco Sr. and Joe Ostroski set a doubles record in the Greater Philadelphia Bowling Association championships when they combined for a 1,421 score. The 54th renewal of the tournament begins Saturday at the Thunderbird, Willow Grove and Devon Lanes, and the record-holding duo will be back. But this time they'll have different partners. DiCicco, 53, has decided to pair with his son, Dom Jr., leaving Ostroski, 76, to team with a friend, Mark Daddazio.
SPORTS
July 6, 1995 | By Mayer Brandschain, INQUIRER CORRESPONDENT
Tournament director Fred Christman and Wade Hersperger won the Better-Ball- of-Partners' Championship of the Golf Association of Philadelphia yesterday at Green Valley Country Club by 2 strokes. They birdied five holes and shot a 4-under-par 33-34-67. Defending champions Fran Nixon and Fran Donohue of Sandy Run tied for sixth place at 71.
NEWS
August 23, 2013 | By Steve and Mia
Q: I'm starting my freshman year in college and am leaving my high-school boyfriend behind. I expect to find new romantic partners, but I don't want to get a bad reputation. How many sexual partners is too many? If I have more than a dozen, am I a slut? What's the average for a normal woman?   Mia: The number of men you choose to sleep with is between you and God, if you are a believer. Don't worry about what your high-school boyfriend thinks, and forget about what society says.
BUSINESS
July 7, 1987 | By FREDERICK H. LOWE, Daily News Staff Writer
The 177 partners at Morgan Lewis & Bockius, the city's largest and the nation's seventh largest law firm, earned $250,000 each in profits during 1986, the highest of any Philadelphia law firm, according to a survey released by The American Lawyer, a publication that reports on the legal profession. However, the amount disbursed in profits to Morgan Lewis' partners, only placed them in a tie for 56th place among the nation's top 99 law firms. The 41 partners at the New York law firm of Wacthell Lipton Rosen & Katz topped the charts, with each partner taking $1.4 million in profits out of the firm's net earnings, the New York-based publication said.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 25, 2012 | BY ELLEN GRAY, Daily News Television Critic
*  PARTNERS . 8:30 p.m. Monday, CBS 3. THERE'S A MOMENT in the Monday premiere of CBS' "Partners" that pretty much sums up my problem with the show. Louis (Michael Urie) is with his boyfriend, Wyatt (Brandon Routh) - who is a nurse and wonders why Louis keeps telling everyone he's a doctor - is startled to find out it really bothers Louis that Wyatt is really a nurse. "I just thought it was part of your shtick," says Wyatt. "Sweetheart, I am my shtick," replies Louis.
NEWS
October 6, 2012 | By Jennifer Lin, Inquirer Staff Writer
WILMINGTON - If Philadelphia has a second casino built, SugarHouse Casino could see its revenue drop by 24 percent, a gaming consultant testified in Chancery Court on Thursday. Because of shifts in the competitive local market for gaming, the owners of SugarHouse would be prudent to scale back their expansion plans, said Steven Rittvo, president of Innovation Group, a casino advisory firm. In 2009, when SugarHouse broke ground on Delaware Avenue in Fishtown, the goal was to have expanded the size and scope of the casino by now, including doubling the number of slots to 3,000 and adding a 10-story parking garage.
BUSINESS
July 4, 2013 | By Joseph N. DiStefano, Inquirer Staff Writer
One of the biggest professional firms based in Philadelphia - the accounting firm ParenteBeard L.L.C. , an upstate success story that chose the city as its headquarters during its rapid growth of the mid-2000s - is losing a major practice group to a national rival, following departures by other partners. Twelve partners at the firm's Center City-based bank-auditing practice have resigned to join Chicago-based BDO USA L.L.P's offices in Philadelphia, New York, Wilmington, and Woodbridge, N.J., and new BDO offices in Harrisburg and Reading.
NEWS
November 30, 2012 | By Miriam Hill, Inquirer Staff Writer
City Councilman James Kenney is to introduce legislation Thursday that would give a tax credit to employers who provide health-care benefits to same-sex partners, saying his bill would make Philadelphia, already a popular city for gays and lesbians to live, even more so. "A lot of changes we are making will make Philadelphia more attractive to LGBT people and make them want to settle here," Kenney said. "They are good job creators, good taxpayers, and good employees. " His legislation also would guarantee partners of lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender people the right to visit their loved ones in hospitals and make medical decisions for them.
BUSINESS
June 7, 1997 | By Rosland Briggs, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Partners at LaBrum & Doak voted yesterday to close the 93-year-old Center City law firm by August. The decision to dissolve the firm came after they failed to agree on a reorganization strategy. The firm has 66 lawyers and 100 support staff members. "The decision does not surprise me . . . unfortunately," said Robert Denney, president of Robert Denney Associates Inc., a law firm consulting company in Wayne. "Some of the partners in the firm realized the need to focus on other areas of law [besides maritime and insurance defense]
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June 1, 2015 | BY DAN GERINGER, Daily News Staff Writer geringd@phillynews.com, 215-854-5961
WHEN CHRIS Rodriguez drives his patrol car down streets in Mayfair and Oxford Circle that are known crime hotspots, he is always accompanied by his K-9 partner, Misha, and he always wears his licensed 9mm Glock 17. When he and Misha, a German Shepherd wearing a black K-9 Unit harness, do foot patrols through the playground and courts of Max Myers Rec Center, he is unarmed. Either way, Rodriguez, 30, who wears the black uniform of Homeland Intelligence and Protective Services LLC and a black K-9 Unit vest, feels that he and Misha help deter street crimes that plague parts of the 2nd and 15th police districts.
NEWS
May 23, 2015 | By Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writer
The Algerian-born terror suspect accused of recruiting Colleen "Jihad Jane" LaRose of Montgomery County into a 2009 plot to assassinate a Swedish artist won a two-year legal battle Thursday in Ireland to avoid extradition to the United States. A federal grand jury in Philadelphia charged Ali Charaf Damache in 2011 with one count each of terrorism conspiracy and attempted identity theft. The indictment is part of a case that has already sent LaRose and two others to prison. In the Dublin High Court decision Thursday, Justice Aileen Donnelly cited concerns over prison conditions in the United States and found that Irish state prosecutors had ignored their responsibility to attempt to try Damache first on terror charges in Ireland, where he holds citizenship.
BUSINESS
May 21, 2015 | By Jacob Adelman, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER jadelman@phillynews.com 215-854-2615 @jacobadelman
Health Partners Plans has renewed its lease at the Gallery at Market East ahead of the Center City shopping mall's planned redevelopment, a lawyer for the site's operators said Tuesday. Richard Hayden, an attorney for Pennsylvania Real Estate Investment Trust and Macerich Co., said at a city Planning Commission meeting that the health insurance provider would remain at the site. Health Partners occupies 142,100 square feet at the Gallery, according to PREIT's website. PREIT and Macerich have announced plans for a $325 million upgrade of the Market Street property into what they're calling Fashion Outlets of Philadelphia.
NEWS
May 7, 2015 | BY KIA HINTON & DAWN HAWKINS
AS African-Americans who advocate for students and parents in our communities, we find the notion that billionaire hedge-fund managers who live on the Main Line should decide who will be our next mayor and determine the shape of public education in our city troubling, to say the least. The three partners of the Susquehanna International Group - Joel Greenberg, Jeff Yass and Arthur Dantchik - poured $6 million into the failed gubernatorial bid of Anthony Hardy Williams and now are spending more millions to make him mayor.
NEWS
April 4, 2015 | By Walter F. Naedele, Inquirer Staff Writer
Jogging and running races did more than ease daily stresses for Bruce C. Brotzman. "It saved his life," his son, Michael, said. Mr. Brotzman had started running recreationally in the 1970s, but after a business trip to Dallas in 1993, his son said, "he began experiencing shortness of breath. " Tests revealed that "the heart muscle had been attacked by a virus. " But because years of running had given him "cardiac capability to spare," his son said, "he would continue to run nightly," just not as far nor as fast as before, until recently reducing his exercise to walking.
SPORTS
March 25, 2015 | By John N. Mitchell, Inquirer Staff Writer
While the Eagles look for a wide receiver to replace Jeremy Maclin, the Soul have found one. Marques Colston, the New Orleans Saints' all-time leader in four receiving categories, won't be playing for the Soul anytime soon. Instead, the 10-year veteran, who joined the Soul as an ownership partner last fall, will be closely involved with the team. "With me being on the back end of my career, I know they are going to show me the door sooner rather than later," Colston, a seventh-round draft pick out of Hofstra, said of the Saints.
NEWS
March 24, 2015 | Chris Hepp, Inquirer Staff Writer
Joel Greenberg once donated $1 million to a struggling after-school music program in West Philadelphia, having read about it in the newspaper. The Main Line financial trader didn't bother to return a reporter's call asking why he did so. Greenberg is like that, those who know him say - passionate in his desire to help others, particularly children, and uninterested in self-promotion. "He does not want to be front and center," said Ina B. Lipman, executive director of the Children's Scholarship Fund, another cause that has benefited from Greenberg's largesse.
NEWS
March 17, 2015 | By Inga Saffron, Inquirer Staff Writer
  More than a decade after a group of urban pioneers living in the Loft District suggested the abandoned Reading Railroad viaduct could be repurposed as an elevated park, an unusual partnership will make the idea a reality and enable construction to start this summer on the first phase of the project. The William Penn and Knight Foundations plan to formally announce Monday that they are joining forces and checkbooks to fund $11 million worth of park improvements in Philadelphia, primarily in underserved neighborhoods.
NEWS
March 7, 2015 | By Aubrey Whelan and Mike Newall, Inquirer Staff Writers
In the moments before Philadelphia firefighter Joyce Craig lost her life in a West Oak Lane house fire, her coworker Nyree Bright stood at the top of a stairway filled with flames. Bright, on the job for just over two years, was holding the nozzle on a hose - the first line of attack in a predawn basement fire last Dec. 9. Her lieutenant and Craig, a decorated 11-year veteran working an overtime shift, were behind her. Minutes earlier, when they had walked into the house on the 1600 block of Middleton Street, only a light, hazy smoke had filled the first floor.
REAL_ESTATE
February 16, 2015 | By Erin Arvedlund, Inquirer Staff Writer
A father-and-son team, Harvey and Noah Ostroff, is aiming to build and sell high-end townhouses for suburban-type buyers who love the nightlife - and might want to live at 22d and Walnut Streets in Center City. With partners Michael Murray and Howard Siegal, the company, Center City Development, already has completed Lombard Estates and Rittenhouse Estates, townhouses bigger and wider than is typical for Philadelphia that are for sale at 18th and 19th Streets at Lombard. They're repeating the model with the development of Walnut Estates at a corner that is now a parking lot. Starting price: $2.25 million a home.
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