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SPORTS
October 1, 2012 | By TIM GILBERT, Daily News Staff Writer
STATE COLLEGE - Recruit this. Though players and coaches said all the motivation they would need to beat Illinois was that it was the Big Ten opener, Penn State (3-2, 1-0 Big Ten) came into Champaign, Ill., on Saturday and simply throttled the Fighting Illini (2-3, 0-1 Big Ten), 35-7. After the game, coach Bill O'Brien barely shook the hand of Illinois coach Tim Beckman, who sent coaches to State College in the summer to recruit Penn State players following the NCAA sanctions levied against the PSU program.
SPORTS
September 29, 2012 | By Rick O'Brien, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Pottsgrove made its first statement of the night when it stormed onto the football field wearing camouflage pants, in honor of Military Night. The second - and more impressive - came in the second half, when the hosts thoroughly dominated visiting Spring-Ford on both sides of the ball and, surprisingly, eased to a big victory. The Falcons, atoning for last year's high-scoring defeat in Royersford, blanked the continually frustrated Rams, 26-0, Friday night in a Pioneer Athletic Conference clash in Lower Pottsgrove.
ENTERTAINMENT
August 22, 2012 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Ayn Rand, the novelist and philosophical thinker whose books have for decades been ignored by literature and philosophy departments, had her revenge earlier this month when Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney named sometime Randian Paul Ryan as his vice presidential pick. "The reason I got involved in public service, by and large, if I had to credit one thinker, one person, it would be Ayn Rand," the Wisconsin congressman told the Randian Atlas Society in 2005. The attention has generated a swell of posthumous popularity for Rand that has boosted sales of her books Atlas Shrugged and The Fountainhead , which jumped 20 percent on Amazon.com in one day last week, according to Bloomberg News Service.
NEWS
August 17, 2012 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Tom Kane triumphant! One man, and only one man, was left standing in the season-one finale of Starz's drama Boss , which ended with a pitched battle over Chicago's mayoral office. Mayor Kane (Kelsey Grammer), the undisputed boss of all of Illinois, was left to survey the harrowing scene of bloody - political, if not corporeal - carnage left in the wake of a coup attempt. It pitted him against virtually every one of his most-trusted allies, including his young protege, Ben Zajac (Jeff Hephner)
SPORTS
August 10, 2012
REDEMPTION is the popular word being associated with the United States' 2-1 victory over Japan on Thursday in the gold-medal game of the women's soccer tournament. But the truth is that nothing will ever change the fact that Japan beat the USA in the finals of the 2011 FIFA Women's World Cup. Besides, does placing second in the world really need to be redeemed? What the United States women got most in front of 80,203 fans at hallowed Wembley Stadium was reestablishment - a bit of revenge for the most disappointing loss in the program's history.
NEWS
May 1, 2012 | By Jim Rutter, FOR THE INQUIRER
Theater companies cut Shakespeare to reflect casting, to indulge shortened attention spans, or to center the play on a director's artistic vision or insight, among other reasons. Curio Theatre's current production of The Tempest proves that a bit of risk lies in any of these approaches. And, like any gamble, it also hints at large, if quick, rewards. The Tempest's traditional three-hour run time presents one of Shakespeare's most straightforward plots. Courtly treachery dethroned Duke Prospero (Brian McCann)
NEWS
April 3, 2012 | BY JASON NARK, Daily News Staff Writer
NEWARK, N.J. - The mood was light inside the Prudential Center on Monday night as children screamed with delight at a local superhero and well-dressed adults sipped spring water and downed hors d'oeuvres. It was the Boys & Girls Club of Newark's 24th annual Evening of the Stars, and city native Shaquille O'Neal was being honored. The future Hall of Famer also took on some big donors in a free-throw competition. Lewis Katz was one of them, and he wasn't taking the competition lightly.
SPORTS
March 26, 2012
THE WINGS LOSt in sudden-death overtime, 16-15, to the West Division-leading Colorado Mammoth on Sunday at the Wells Fargo Center. The Wings could have clinched a playoff spot with a win or a Washington loss, but were denied when the Stealth earned a victory over Minnesota. Colorado clinched with the win. Mammoth rookie Adam Jones scored the winning goal in the extra session, ruining the Wings' rally. The Wings were trailing, 13-7, early in the second half, but scored six unanswered goals to climb back into the game.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 16, 2012 | BY RENE RODRIQUEZ, McClatchy Newspapers
"SEEKING Justice," this week's movie starring Nicolas Cage, starts intriguingly, turning the "Death Wish"-formula inside out. Will (Nicolas Cage), a high school English teacher, is distraught after his wife, Laura ("Mad Men's" January Jones), is beaten and raped and left clinging to life. In the hospital waiting room, a sharp-dressed man named Simon (Guy Pearce) approaches Will with an offer he can't refuse. Instead of having to wait for the cops to apprehend the perp - if they ever even catch him - and enduring a drawn-out trial that could result in a lenient sentence, Simon offers to track down and dispose of the cretin, completely free of charge.
SPORTS
March 7, 2012 | BY FRANK SERAVALLI, seravaf@phillynews.com
THE PUCK rimmed around the boards, a weak clearing attempt by the Flyers' defense after a turnover by the Red Wings deep in the Philadelphia defensive zone. Jakub Voracek glanced once, quickly, to find Detroit defenseman Niklas Kronwall. And then the Wells Fargo Center fell silent. As Voracek turned his head to corral the puck, it was immediately met by a thunderous shoulder from Kronwall - one that sent Voracek into next week. Voracek's helmet was jarred loose as his head slammed into the ice. His hands were frozen in the air for a second until he regained his surroundings and somehow tried to get to the bench.
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