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March 20, 2009 | By Marni Jameson FOR THE INQUIRER
Someday. That's what I said whenever I thought about organizing years of family photos. Someday, when my home life is no longer hectic, when I'm on top of all the bills, when five nights worth of dinners are in the freezer, when all the laundry is put away, when my hair doesn't need coloring, when I'm caught up with work, when friends don't need calling, dogs don't need grooming, kids don't need rides to practice, and I'm tired of playing computer...
ENTERTAINMENT
December 13, 2012 | By Jared Shelly, For The Inquirer
Billy and Renee Shindle shut the door to the billiards room, if just for a brief moment. They'd been pulled in countless directions all evening, but after their marriage ceremony, the newlyweds just wanted a few private moments together. "We were entertaining our guests and my husband said, 'Come with me for a minute,' " Renee said. Next thing she knew, she was propped up on a pool table being kissed. Then they noticed a third person in the room - their wedding photographer, Jeremy Wolfe.
NEWS
June 29, 2010
An arrest warrant was issued for a US Airways pilot who allegedly used a cell phone last week to take upskirt photos of a 15-year-old girl at Philadelphia International Airport. Joseph Pereira, 55, faces misdemeanor charges of corrupting the morals of a minor, stalking, and breach of privacy, said Lt. Frank Vanore. Pereira, of Wexford, Pa., is expected to surrender in Philadelphia on Tuesday. The incident occurred in a terminal about 7:15 p.m. Thursday, police said. US Airways suspended Pereira pending the investigation, a spokeswoman said last week.
NEWS
May 10, 2010 | By John P. Martin, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Federal agents can examine webcam photos and other information secretly collected from students' laptops and stored in the Lower Merion School District's computer network, a judge has ruled. Acting on a request from federal prosecutors, U.S. District Judge Jan E. DuBois agreed to broaden an earlier order that limited the release of the photos to the students or their parents and lawyers. His order was signed Friday and made public Monday. FBI agents and prosecutors want to review the images to see whether any laws were broken when school district employees activated a tracking system that snapped photos and copied screen images from lost or stolen laptops.
NEWS
December 12, 2011 | BY STEPHANIE FARR, farrs@phillynews.com
The Fraternal Order of Police blasted the Barbera's on the Boulevard car dealership today for using photos of fallen officers in a recent billboard campaign. On Friday, FOP President John McNesby said he began receiving calls that Barbera's was using the photos of the officers and the Philadelphia Police Department and FOP emblems in its billboard advertisements. "Somebody called me and said 'What are we doing?' " McNesby said. "So, I rolled out there and when I looked, I just couldn't believe what I saw. " The billboards, one of which was spotted at Ashburner Street near Torresdale Avenue in Holmesburg today, read: "We will always remember because Barbera cares.
NEWS
January 7, 2012 | By Mike Newall, Inquirer Staff Writer
Police are asking the public to review new photos of the unidentified suspects in the beating of Neal Auricchio, 30, an off-duty New Jersey police officer and decorated Iraq war veteran attacked by a trio of Flyers fans in South Philadelphia after the Winter Classic hockey game. The high-resolution photos were provided to police by Crossingbroad.com, a sports website, which obtained them from a witness who recorded the attack. The Inquirer also passed on to police information provided by readers.
NEWS
June 13, 2010
It's a website; it's an iPhone app; it's a talking digital photo. It's Fotobabble.com . - Jen Leo, Los Angeles Times
NEWS
December 6, 2012 | By Kathy Boccella, Inquirer Staff Writer
Pat Gallagher will never get back most of the things her family lost when Hurricane Sandy flooded the basement of their home in the Rockaway section of New York City, such as her daughter's prom dresses or her Barbie collection. So it's a small miracle that one soggy but cherished heirloom, a remaining black-and-white photo of the restaurant that the Gallagher family owned in the Rockaways for decades, is getting a second life. Almost as remarkable is that it survived because of the kindness of a complete stranger, a Rowan University professor and filmmaker who has toiled for hours on a computer screen to bring back the flood-damaged 1966 image, which includes Gallagher's sister-in-law, Rosemary, as a young girl.
NEWS
November 9, 1993 | By Dick Polman, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Call it Leotardgate. Thanks to a camera hidden in the ceiling of a private health club, Princess Diana was depicted yesterday pumping iron on the front page of a national tabloid newspaper - a publishing decision that has sparked fresh cries for a government crackdown on invasions of privacy by the rambunctious British press. In the latest skirmish in the war of nerves between the royal family and the tabloids, Diana voiced her "deep sense of outrage. " And last night, her lawyers won an injunction barring Mirror Group Newspapers from running more photos.
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