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January 9, 2008 | By Elizabeth Wellington INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
For several years now, the Golden Globes and the Academy Awards have served as the link between the fashion and beauty industry and the rest of us. Remember Angelina Jolie's sleek white Dolce & Gabbana pantsuit? Jennifer Lopez's barely there green Versace gown? America Ferrera's cute and classy Brian Reyes debut? Now that Sunday's ceremony is a news conference and the fate of the 2008 Academy Awards, slated for Feb. 24, is in limbo, that connection has been temporarily severed.
SPORTS
April 18, 2001 | by Phil Jasner Daily News Sports Writer
Jalen Rose steadfastly says he didn't hear what Allen Iverson said he heard Jan. 28 in Conseco Fieldhouse. Iverson, the 76ers' star and a leading candidate to become the NBA's Most Valuable Player, said he heard racist comments from the fans that night. The issue became a cause celebre when Iverson vented about it a couple of nights later in Toronto, causing Pacers management to conduct an investigation and league authorities to have security people make four visits to the arena.
ENTERTAINMENT
February 26, 2013
The Oscar red carpet was awash with sparkling nudes. And that, my fashion friends, was a blah way to end an awards season popping with color. But even though starlets erred on the side of blah this year, the fashions were impeccably classy, and a few even electrified. The carpet popped with the latest runway trends, from Charlize Theron's snow-white peplum gown to Naomi Watts' asymmetrical swirling neckline. Talk about a blaze of sequins. Among our favorite looks was Amy Adams' feathered Oscar de la Renta, Kerry Washington's crystal-bodiced Miu Miu, and Jennifer Lawrence's Dior Haute Couture.
NEWS
March 10, 2004 | By Adam Fifield INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Tonight, a town more accustomed to smokestacks than spotlights, more used to wrestling mats than red carpets, will get a rare chance to see itself on the big screen. Paulsboro residents will be among the first to see director Kevin Smith's long-anticipated film, Jersey Girl, starring Ben Affleck, Jennifer Lopez, Liv Tyler and the borough itself. The $35 million Miramax film, the story of a single father's relationship with his daughter, was shot partially here and in Philadelphia during the summer of 2002.
NEWS
January 7, 2010 | By Elizabeth Wellington INQUIRER FASHION WRITER
The fabrics Katie Ermilio used in her spring 2010 collection are so soft the pieces appear limp on a rack of hangers in the family's Haverford showroom. But don't let the languid pieces fool you. She shows the same meticulous attention to detail as her dad, Bob, an internationally renowned fixture in the world of equestrian tailoring. For example, a tomato red, silk-faille Katie Ermilio pencil skirt features a 7-inch, ruffled hem. The matching top is equally exquisite with a seductive open back Ermilio trimmed with the wavy ruffle.
SPORTS
May 16, 1991 | by Jennifer Frey, Daily News Sports Writer
Baseball commissioner Fay Vincent has often said that the best thing about his job is never having to sit behind anyone at the ballpark. Last night at Memorial Stadium, he got the back row in his assigned skybox and had to wave his hand more than twice to get the waitress to bring him a drink. When sharing a box with a queen, a prince, a president, a first lady and other assorted dignitaries, it's hard to get the big-dog treatment. And, as Vincent put it before the game, "you kinda know when to fade into the background.
SPORTS
April 11, 1997 | by Paul Hagen, Daily News Sports Writer
The Phillies expect somewhere between 34,000 and 40,000 to drop by Veterans Stadium this afternoon for their 1997 home opener. But since the Phillies already have played nine games, and lost six of them, nobody's quite sure what to expect after that. Will the fans be in a conciliatory mood, happy to welcome a new season, new manager Terry Francona and 10 new players? Or was the honeymoon already spent, squandered by a passive offense before the team charter settled onto the runway at Philadelphia International Airport for the first time this season?
ENTERTAINMENT
March 5, 2010 | By Robert Strauss FOR THE INQUIRER
Hooray for Philly-wood! It's time to celebrate the Oscars, Philadelphia-style. Choose your red carpet and be glam as cinema's premier awards showcase arrives this weekend. Though the TV show will begin at 8 p.m. Sunday on 6ABC, there are live celebrations starting tonight and events planned through late Sunday. If you'd like to do it all at home with friends, you can also offer a red-carpet, tearful-speech spectacular. Here are some options for local Oscar celebrations: Homegrown highlights The Haverford Township Free Library will have an Oscar Night from 6 to 10 tonight, with its own red carpet and potluck feed.
ENTERTAINMENT
September 16, 1993 | By Ann Kolson, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
The gawkers and the talkers showed up an hour before show time, attracted by the ranging searchlights, and one another. Tuesday night was a triumphant homecoming of sorts. It has been 10 years since Bette Midler played New York, and - with an unprecedented 30-show Radio City Music Hall engagement that has broken box-office records - her fans are more than ready to take her back. A red carpet led up to the theater's entrance, and red-velvet ropes corralled television crews from New York stations, HBO and Entertainment Tonight.
NEWS
March 19, 2003 | By David Hiltbrand INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Does the Department of Homeland Security's orange terror alert have you concerned for the safety of your favorite star at the Academy Awards? Relax. Dr. Judith Reichman will be in the house. Reichman is an expert on women's health who has appeared on Today and PBS. But that's not the point. She's also the wife of producer Gilbert Cates. The Emmy-winning Cates, who is frantically preparing for his 11th Oscar telecast on Sunday, told assembled award nominees at last week's pre-ceremony luncheon at the Beverly Hilton that he was so confident about security at the Kodak Theatre that he planned to bring his family.
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