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SPORTS
October 6, 2011 | By Sam Carchidi, Inquirer Staff Writer
BOSTON - In each of the last three seasons, the Flyers have lost in the playoffs to the team that eventually won the Stanley Cup. When they open the season Thursday night at TD Garden, they will face the latest of their playoff conquerors, the Boston Bruins, who will raise the Stanley Cup banner to the rafters in a pregame ceremony. "It's always kind of a shot in the groin when you're in the building for something like that," defenseman Matt Carle said. "We want to ruin their night, obviously," winger James van Riemsdyk said.
SPORTS
September 23, 2011 | By Rick O'Brien, Inquirer Columnist
Week 4, as usual, is highlighted by the start of conference play in the Ches-Mont and Suburban One Leagues. When it comes to the weekend action, make sure to check about possible game cancellations. Showers are in the forecast Friday and Saturday. Friday night's marquee Suburban One National Conference contest pits No. 4 Neshaminy against No. 6 Abington. The host Ghosts (3-0) are seeking big-time revenge, as they lost twice to Neshaminy last year. Neshaminy prevailed by 28-10 in the regular season and by 35-10 in the PIAA District 1 Class AAAA quarterfinals.
SPORTS
September 21, 2011
EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. - Giants safety Antrel Rolle thinks New York should be 2-0. LeSean McCoy said the same thing about the Eagles after Sunday's loss. See, there's common ground after all. Truth is, Twitter is a helpful platform for athletes in need of a trash-talk fix, as the Eagles running back illustrated so vividly this summer when he initiated some toxic tweets with his rivals up north. For no apparent reason other than boredom, McCoy tweeted that Osi Umenyiora was "overrated and soft" and called him only the third-best defensive end on the Giants' roster.
NEWS
September 9, 2011
BEGINNING a few days after the 9/11 attacks, the New York Times began publishing "Portraits of Grief," short profiles of those who were missing and presumed lost. They are heartrending stories, still available online ( www.nytimes.com ), of young fathers who never came home from the office, of a woman who told her fiance a few days earlier she was the "luckiest woman alive," of a couple who had met in the office where they worked, of their families' only consolation that they may have died in each other's arms.
NEWS
August 19, 2011 | BY REGINA MEDINA, medinar@phillynews.com 215-854-5985
A NORRISTOWN teen accused of setting up her ex-boyfriend in a robbery last month ended up dead at his hands weeks later, authorities said yesterday. When he learned that former love Dominique Devlin, 16, was implicated in a home invasion at his residence, Brandon Pierce, 18, told friends, "That bitch has got to pay," according to an affidavit of probable cause released by the Montgomery County District Attorney's Office. He then underscored his words by pulling out a small, black-and-brown semiautomatic pistol, a gun similar to the murder weapon, the affidavit says.
SPORTS
July 26, 2011
Having been handed "a pretty good beatdown" by Germany's Paul Biedermann and losing his world record in the 200-meter freestyle two years ago in Rome, Michael Phelps of the United States gets a long-awaited chance at payback at the world swimming championships in Shanghai on Tuesday night. Phelps and Biedermann will be joined by what the American described as "a studly field. " Yannick Agnel of France was the fastest qualifier in the semifinals, with Biedermann second, American Ryan Lochte third, Park Tae-hwan of South Korea fourth and Phelps fifth.
NEWS
July 8, 2011 | By Jeremy Roebuck, Inquirer Staff Writer
By 11:30 p.m. Saturday, Mark Geisenheyner knew there was only one way his weekend could end. The two bodies he had left moments before in a remote Douglass Township farmhouse threatened to put him behind bars for the rest of his life or worse. Three others he'd shot - a New York City plumber, his wife, and a family friend - lay bleeding, but alive, and would surely identify him as their attacker. Geisenheyner, a 51-year-old career criminal whose adult life consisted of one arrest and prison term after another, was determined things would end differently this time.
SPORTS
June 17, 2011 | By Bill Iezzi, Inquirer Staff Writer
As the Independence prepare to play magicJack Saturday for the second time this season, they are optimistic about the outcome. Playing a Women's Professional Soccer game at home at Widener University is preferable to being on the road. Moreover, the Independence had a huge road win last week when they beat the previously undefeated Western New York Flash, 1-0, in Rochester. Philadelphia's coach and players believe that even though magicJack won, 2-1, on May 1 at FAU stadium, the Independence outplayed their rivals from Florida.
ENTERTAINMENT
June 9, 2011 | By Tirdad Derakhshani, Inquirer Staff Writer
Richard Wolff's career has taken him from a peaceful childhood in King of Prussia to Pure Hell and finally to The Coffin . Wolff, 54, isn't in a coffin - he is releasing a film named The Coffin through his fledgling distribution company, Breaking Glass Pictures. Due Aug. 30, The Coffin is "a psychological thriller that broke box-office records in Thailand and Singapore," says Wolff, who lives a few blocks away from his company's Old City office. As for Pure Hell, it's the name of a black 1970s punk band Wolff represented in his early days as a young, idealistic music promoter.
NEWS
May 3, 2011 | By Karin Laub and Ben Hubbard, Associated Press
TRIPOLI, Libya - Libyans shouting for revenge buried Moammar Gadhafi's second-youngest son to the thundering sound of antiaircraft fire Monday, as South Africa warned that the NATO bombing that killed him would bring only more violence. Libya's leader did not attend the tumultuous funeral of Seif al-Arab, 29, but older brothers Seif al-Islam and Mohammed paid their respects, thronged by a crowd of several thousand. Jostling to get closer to the coffin, draped with a green Libyan flag, mourners flashed victory signs and chanted "Revenge, revenge for you, Libya.
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