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August 2, 2006 | Judy Maltz
Judy Maltz teaches journalism at Pennsylvania State University It's almost a week since we've been back from our camping trip, and I'm still up to my ears in dirty laundry. The fact that the washer and dryer have been operating around the clock doesn't seem to have made a dent in the piles of muddy clothes and wet towels strewn on the basement floor. Seems as if we spend more time packing and unpacking for these trips than we actually spend camping, I remark to my husband as I lug yet another basket of clothes upstairs to be folded.
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August 22, 1990 | The Philadelphia Inquirer / RON TARVER
ROUGHING IT, a surfer takes a ride off the old Central Pier in Atlantic City. The cool, windy weather may have been good for surfers but not for fans of beach and Boardwalk. Today promises more of the same.
SPORTS
October 10, 2010
Montreal 1 0 2 ? 3 First period: 1, Montreal, Cammalleri 1 (Plekanec, Kostitsyn), 15:24. Penalties: Rupp, Pit (roughing), 2:38; Lapierre, Mon, minor-major (charging, fighting), 5:54; Comrie, Pit, major (fighting), 5:54; Rupp, Pit (cross-checking), 11:11; Gorges, Mon (roughing), 18:40; Comrie, Pit, double minor (high-sticking), 19:06; O'Byrne, Mon (hooking), 20:00. Second period: 2, Pittsburgh, Malkin 1 (Crosby, Goligoski), :40. Penalties: Gomez, Mon (cross-checking)
SPORTS
May 28, 2010
If the regular-season game is any indication, this series is going to be a good one. The Flyers used a furious rally and beat the Blackhawks in their only meeting this season, 3-2, on March 13. A deflating loss seemed inevitable before Scott Hartnell scored with just more than 2 minutes remaining to force a tie. Then, in the waning seconds, Claude Giroux calmly hit Chris Pronger with a hockey equivalent of a backdoor pass. The defenseman directed the puck past Chicago goaltender Cristobal Huet and, with 2.1 seconds left, the Wachovia Center erupted.
SPORTS
November 21, 2008 | By LES BOWEN, bowenl@phillynews.com
If you lead with your head, and the quarterback goes down after throwing the ball, you can expect a fine in commissioner Roger Goodell's NFL. Referee Tony Corrente said that was what Eagles corner Sheldon Brown did, late in overtime last Sunday, when Brown launched himself at Bengals quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick, who completed a pass on the play. The 15 yards Corrente added set Cincinnati up for a 47-yard field-goal attempt, which Shayne Graham then missed, ensuring the 13-13 tie. Yet, replays seemed to show Brown making contact with his right shoulder, not his helmet.
SPORTS
March 31, 2009 | Daily News Wire Services
While Martin Brodeur kept a close eye on Sean Avery, Henrik Lundqvist focused on a shutout. Avery took everything the visiting New Jersey Devils threw at him in a physical sense, and Lund-qvist turned aside all 38 shots the slumping Atlantic Division leaders fired his way in sending the New York Rangers to a 3-0 victory last night. "I haven't had as many as last year," Lundqvist said of his third shutout of the season. "I'm happy for this one. Guys worked really hard for me. I made up my mind before the third period I wanted this one. "It gives you an extra good feeling to play against the best players in the league," Lundqvist said.
SPORTS
January 16, 2012 | DAILY NEWS WIRE REPORTS
EVGENI MALKIN had five points and a third-period dustup against the Tampa Bay Lightning. And all he wanted to talk about after yesterday's game was the visiting Pittsburgh Penguins' 6-3 win. Malkin had three goals and two assists, and James Neal added two goals for the Penguins, who recovered from a blown three-goal lead. "I didn't think about playing a great game. I know we have two points," Malkin said. Malkin scored twice in a 1-minute, 49-second stretch of the third period to put Pittsburgh ahead 5-3 after the Penguins had squandered a 3-0 lead earlier in the frame.
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September 7, 2016 | By Allison Steele and Alfred Lubrano, STAFF WRITERS
SEA ISLE CITY, N.J. - As vacationers began leaving the Shore over the weekend, fleeing a storm that never materialized, Mike Monichetti realized that he had 42,000 clams that weren't going to sell themselves. Monichetti, owner of Mike's Seafood & Dock, put the word out: buy 50, get 50 free. The clams started going pretty fast after that, he said, with many customers buying them by the hundreds with plans to have "storm parties. " "Did I lose money? Yeah," Monichetti said Monday. "Did I feel good doing it?
NEWS
September 3, 2016 | By Melanie Burney, Staff Writer
This has been a tough week for some Jersey Shore lifeguards, and the threat of rip currents and a rough surf could keep them busy through the Labor Day weekend. A heavy beach turnout is expected on this unofficial last weekend of summer, before most students return to school. But a path of tropical systems in the Atlantic Ocean could put a damper on some beach plans and pose a risk to bathers, even strong swimmers. "This is a very dangerous situation for anyone to go into the water," Dan Kottlowski, a senior meteorologist at AccuWeather, said Thursday.
SPORTS
August 25, 2016 | By Matt Gelb, STAFF WRITER
CHICAGO - Jake Thompson threw a 90-mph fastball Tuesday night and watched it fly. Jose Abreu clobbered a two-run homer. Thompson, a 22-year-old Phillies rookie making his fourth career start, received a new ball. Twice, he tapped his left spike on the mound at U.S. Cellular Field. He dug his right foot into the dirt. Three pitches later, he allowed another home run. This, a 9-1 loss to the White Sox, was yet another nightmare for Thompson. He could not throw strikes. When he did, they were meatballs.
SPORTS
July 28, 2016 | By Matt Breen, STAFF WRITER
Zach Eflin reached for his phone last month as the Phillies bus departed Rogers Center and rolled toward Toronto's airport. He had just allowed nine runs in less than three innings. It seemed as if the afternoon - Eflin's major-league debut - could not have gone any worse. But as he sat on the bus, Eflin tweeted that it "was an incredible day. " He thanked his family and friends, writing that "words cannot describe the emotions I felt on the mound. " And that is how Eflin moved on so quickly from a day that could have sent the rookie spiraling down.
ENTERTAINMENT
July 26, 2016
DEAR ABBY: After two failed marriages, I married a wonderful man whom I love but am not in love with. He recently had a seizure, after which he was diagnosed with moderate dementia. All I see is a long, dark road ahead. We are senior citizens with not a long time left on this Earth. My health is suffering because of this situation. I am extremely depressed, suffer from panic attacks, and have lost any hope of happiness in the future. I am torn between my responsibility to my husband and leaving to try to find some sort of joy in my life.
NEWS
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DEAR ABBY: I am a grandmother and great-grandmother who is concerned about the behavior of my grandson toward his 7-year-old daughter, "Beth," and her 9-year-old cousin, "Mandy. " When Mandy recently visited me, she told me her uncle crept up behind her, put his hand over her mouth, and then held her nose so she couldn't breathe. She said he has done that to Beth, too. Mandy said he held her like that until she felt faint and then let go, laughing. Apparently, he does this "all in fun," but I see nothing funny about it. What would make someone do something like this?
TRAVEL
July 10, 2016
Answer: Copenhagen, Denmark, and Edinburgh, Scotland. All three cities are at 55 degrees north latitude.
SPORTS
July 4, 2016 | By Matt Breen, STAFF WRITER
The Phillies ordered Aaron Nola to stay away from playing catch during the five days leading up to his start on Saturday. They wanted the righthander - who had puzzlingly lost the trademark command of his pitches - to clear his head. It was the equivalent, manager Pete Mackanin said, of telling a slumping hitter to stay out of the batting cages. But a mental respite did not provide the perfect remedy. Nola was tagged for five earned runs, all in the second inning, in a 6-2 loss to Kansas City on Saturday night at Citizens Bank Park.
NEWS
July 3, 2016 | By Olivia Exstrum, Staff Writer
A SEPTA transit police officer caught on a bystander's video throwing a man to the ground June 4 has been investigated and disciplined, but will remain on the force, SEPTA Transit Police Chief Thomas Nestel III said Friday. Matthew Sinkiewicz, who Nestel said has been an officer with the department for about a year, can be seen in the minute-long clip ordering Anthony Barlow to sit down at SEPTA's Frankford Transportation Center. After Barlow verbally declines to sit several times, Sinkiewicz grabs him and forces him to the ground.
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