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ENTERTAINMENT
July 9, 2011 | By David Hiltbrand, Inquirer Columnist
Whoever came up with the phrase "No one is irreplaceable" probably worked in the TV business. Charlie Sheen has an acrimonious parting of the ways with Two and a Half Men ? Steve Carell opts out of The Office ? The shows will go on. But the industry faces a new challenge: How do you replace someone who defects from a reality show? I submit that you solve it the same way: stunt casting. MTV's Jersey Shore took two major hits this week as first Vinny and then the Situation walked out on the taping of the fifth season in Seaside Heights.
FOOD
June 16, 2011
    Jean Lee and Dylan Davis of Seattle create stainless steel utensils with polymer-coated handles inspired by the dipped ends of hand tools. These oversized servers are about 11 inches long; food and dishwasher safe. Superior Servers. $35 each at Ladiesandgentlemenstudio.com, 206-226-6296. - Dianna Marder Crispy chips Frankferd Farms, a family business in Saxonburg, Butler County, Pa., has a certified organic farm and flour mill where it makes, among other goodies, Tres Rios Blue Corn Chips, made with peanut and soybean oils, water, salt, a trace of lime, and nothing artificial.
NEWS
May 25, 2011 | By Tiffany Hsu, LOS ANGELES TIMES (MCT)
LOS ANGELES - To Marina Meadows, green may be the new white. When she goes shopping these days, Meadows is often overwhelmed by a bevy of products touted as green, from Earth-friendly dish soaps and bamboo-derived towels to eco-detergents and plant-based soda bottles. But the Santa Monica, Calif., resident, 26, said that while she is willing to pay extra to help the environment, she's often not sure how much of the labeling she should believe. "Sometimes, I wonder if any of it's really green or if it's all a marketing scheme," Meadows said.
ENTERTAINMENT
May 24, 2011
DEAR ABBY: I was shocked and angered by the letter from "West Virginia Traveler" on towel usage and tipping hotel housekeepers. His priorities and "knowledge" of hotel staff are seriously skewed. This man is taking his peevishness out on hotel employees who can least afford to take it. The concierge is paid well to deal with disgruntled guests and make things right. The bellman gets tipped to carry a bag from the lobby to your room. If a doorman calls a cab for you, he gets tipped.
ENTERTAINMENT
April 16, 2011
DEAR ABBY: My wife and I recently returned from a vacation where we had a disagreement regarding hotel service and towels. Regarding the towels, my wife thinks we should hang them to dry daily for reuse later. I say the cost of washing the towels is included in the price of the room and I want a fresh towel daily. The other issue is my wife feels obligated to tip the housekeeping staff. I have never felt that obligation. Not a single housekeeper has been exceptional, regardless of the hotel we stayed in. We're hoping you could shed some light on hotel etiquette.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 25, 2011
Q: How can I prevent my towels from pilling in the washer and dryer? A: To prevent pilling, start with well-constructed towels made from quality fibers. When buying new towels, check the labels for 100 percent Egyptian or pima cotton. These types have long fibers; they form strong, even yarns that are less likely to produce lint, which results in pills. Combed cotton is another option. It is made with thread that is combed before being spun to remove the shorter fibers that form pills.
ENTERTAINMENT
December 7, 2010 | By ASHLEY NGUYEN, nguyena@phillynews.com 215-854-5444
A WEEK BEFORE Thanksgiving, Sara Selepouchin sat in her 11th Street studio surrounded by a pile of freshly screen-printed towels with diagrams depicting everything from unicorns to the Brooklyn Bridge to the Philly Phanatic. With a two-page to-do list in front of her and the holiday season in full swing, Selepouchin, the one-woman show behind the crafty houseware seller Girls Can Tell, has been in holiday mode since June. Selepouchin, like thousands of craftspeople, sells her wares on Etsy, an online marketplace for handmade designs.
NEWS
October 7, 2010 | By BROAD STREET BILLY as told to DAN GERINGER, phillies@phillynews.com 215-854-5961
STANDING ON Citizens Bank Park's windswept, rain-soaked, rooftop deck, within IV-tube reach of the Bud Lite concession, four guys in hospital gowns drained their brews behind a hand-lettered bedsheet proclaiming them, "DOC'S PATIENTS," as they watched Phillies ace Doc Halladay prepare for surgery last night. As Halladay calmly threw the second no-hitter in Major League Baseball postseason history, his devoted "Patients" went berserk. "I'd come to Phillies games since I was 12 and never once got on TV," said "Doc's Patients" leader Matt Leddy, 22, of Havertown, explaining the gowns.
NEWS
October 5, 2010 | By Kathleen Brady Shea, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
Two counties, two robberies, and two attempted bank heists are pointing to a single suspect, police said today. Detectives in Upper Merion Township in Montgomery County and Easttown Township in Chester County are seeking the public's help to apprehend the person responsible for the four incidents, which date back to Aug. 7. On that day, a man wearing a white towel over his face entered the Citizen's Bank branch on Lancaster Avenue in Devon,...
NEWS
October 4, 2010 | Inquirer Staff Report
A Phillies pep rally planned for noon today at the Citizens Bank Branch at 15th and Markets Streets has been canceled due to the rainy weather. No word yet on whether it will be rescheduled. Fans were to receive rally towels and posters at the event. The Phils are scheduled to play against the Cincinnati Reds at home on Wednesday in the first of their best-of-five National League playoff series.
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