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July 5, 1994 | By Joe Logan, INQUIRER STAFF WRITER
It's rare, in the course of interviewing movie stars about their new film, that one of the actors leans over and smacks another in the head, then rips a soggy bagel out of his mouth. It's simply not done in most proper social settings, even among pampered film actors. But then, most movie stars aren't Jacob and Adam Worton, the blond, blue- eyed, 19-month-old identical twins who make their acting debuts - actually, their crawling, grinning and drooling debuts - in the new comedy Baby's Day Out. "WWAAAAAHHH!
SPORTS
September 30, 2004 | Daily News Wire Services
With a doubleheader sweep of visiting Minnesota, the New York Yankees edged closer to clinching their seventh straight AL East title. Derek Jeter and Alex Rodriguez rallied the Yankees to a 5-3 victory over the AL Central champions in the opener, a possible playoff preview matching New York's Mike Mussina and Minnesota's Johan Santana. Jon Lieber then won his 100th career game and fifth consecutive decision in the nightcap, with New York beating the Twins, 5-4, behind Hideki Matsui's second homer of the day and 30th of the season, a three-run drive in the first.
SPORTS
September 18, 2006 | Daily News Wire Services
The Minnesota Twins turned five doubleplays in a game for the first time in 11 years and Scott Baker pitched six strong innings as the visiting Twins beat Cleveland yesterday, 6-1, to move to within one game of the Detroit Tigers in the AL Central. "Guys made good plays behind me all day," Baker said. "It gives you a lot of confidence knowing guys will make the plays. " The Twins won for the eighth time in 10 games, and are 41-21 since falling 12 games behind the Tigers on July 13. Jason Tyner had three hits and Torii Hunter and Phil Nevin each drove in two runs for the Twins.
SPORTS
July 25, 1988 | Daily News Wire Services
The Minnesota Twins' 6-1 victory over visiting Baltimore yesterday was overshadowed by news of a fistfight last week between Twins leftfielder Dan Gladden and second baseman Steve Lombardozzi. The altercation apparently took place at Gladden's home last Thursday, an off day. Lombardozzi arrived for Friday's game against Baltimore with a black eye and scratches down the swollen left side of his face. Gladden suffered a cracked bone in his right ring finger, and his forehead still shows signs of the battle.
NEWS
July 25, 1986 | By SCOTT FLANDER and LINN WASHINGTON, Daily News Staff Writers (Daily News staff writer Joe O'Dowd contributed to this report.)
The shooting deaths of a brother and sister - 25-year-old twins who relatives say did everything together - have puzzled police and relatives. Dennis Floyd and Denise Floyd-Pressberry were each shot once in the head yesterday morning while sitting in a car in the parking lot of a West Philadelphia public housing project. Police say they have no suspects, and they were trying to determine why the twins drove to the West Park Plaza project at 44th and Market streets, where they were killed.
NEWS
April 18, 1986 | By GLORIA CAMPISI, Daily News Staff Writer
Twin brothers accused of causing a SEPTA trolley wreck that injured 57 people in Haverford Township in December were found delinquent yesterday in Delaware County Court. The verdict had the same effect as a conviction, had they been tried as adults, on 57 counts of aggravated assault and one each of causing a catastrophe and conspiracy, according to County Common Pleas Judge John V. Diggins. Diggins found the 15-year-old twins, residents of Upper Darby, delinquent after a four-day hearing that was closed to the public.
NEWS
December 9, 1988 | By Ben Yagoda, Daily News Movie Critic
Danny DeVito and Arnold Scwarzenegger are twins. Get it? You see, Schwarzenegger is really huge and DeVito is really tiny, and they're supposed to be twins, who usually look at least a little like each other. Funny, huh? Did you follow that? Schwarzenegger and DeVito? Well, yes, "Twins" is a one-joke movie. Luckily, it's not a bad joke. And luckily, the film doesn't hit you over the head with it - representing a surprising restraint for something directed by Ivan Reitman ("Ghostbusters," "Stripes")
NEWS
August 9, 2002 | Daily News wire services
Twin Guatemalan girls who spent the first year of life joined at the top of the head have opened their eyes and shown other promising movement nearly three days after being surgically separated, doctors said yesterday. Maria de Jesus Quiej-Alvarez and her twin Maria Teresa remain in critical condition on respirators at Mattel Children's Hospital at the University of California at Los Angeles. Earlier yesterday, UCLA said just one twin, Maria de Jesus, had briefly fluttered her eyes after being taken off drugs that prevented the twins from injuring their brains by coughing or moving in the very early stages of recovery.
SPORTS
December 17, 1986 | By Joe Juliano, Inquirer Staff Writer (The Associated Press contributed to this article.)
Hours after free-agent pitcher Jack Morris and the Twins were unable to agree on proposals ranging from a two-year, $3.9 million contract to a four- year, $6.8 million deal, Phillies president Bill Giles said last night that Morris could forget about playing in Veterans Stadium if he came to Philadelphia armed with those figures. "To be very candid about it, if he has those numbers in mind, he may as well not come to Philadelphia," said Giles, whose team is one of four for which Morris said he would be interested in playing.
SPORTS
November 19, 1997 | Daily News Wire Services
The Minnesota Twins moved a step closer to North Carolina when baseball appointed a five-man committee yesterday to guide the team through the sport's relocation rules. "Carl Pohlad has tried everything to stay in Minnesota," acting commissioner Bud Selig said. "It's very frustrating. " The Minnesota Legislature last week defeated a proposal to finance a new ballpark, and Pohlad has an agreement with North Carolina businessman Don Beaver to negotiate a sale unless stadium financing is approved by Nov. 30. If he buys the Twins, Beaver has said would apply to move the team to North Carolina following the 1998 season.
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May 19, 2016 | By Julie Shaw, STAFF WRITER
Some college students go away to Florida for the winter break or hang out at home, catching up with high school friends. Not twin brothers Daniel and Caleb Tate, of Cochranville, in Chester County, according to authorities. The brothers were busy making bombs, and then exploding them, the Chester County District Attorney's Office said Tuesday. The Tate twins, 22, of the unit block of Linmar Lane, made five homemade bombs and set them off in Chester and Lancaster Counties during their winter break, authorities said.
NEWS
May 18, 2016 | By Caitlin McCabe, Staff Writer
When the twin girls arrived at St. Christopher's Hospital for Children in March, just two months after they were born, both had broken legs. One also had a fractured rib and an injury of the spine - indicative of shaking. Both were malnourished. Some injuries were new, others old. Both girls, Bucks County authorities allege, were hurt at the hands of their mother and father. In court documents filed Sunday, investigators described a pattern of abuse inflicted by a Tullytown couple on their infant daughters - at times so severe that investigators say the injuries could have resulted in death.
REAL_ESTATE
May 9, 2016 | By Alan J. Heavens, REAL ESTATE WRITER
Unlike the neighborhoods in and around Center City, the region's suburbs aren't in the throes of a building boom. There are a lot of reasons for that, but the biggest are high land costs with a limited amount of buildable land or finished lots, a higher-priced home market, and a limited skilled-labor pool that has delayed homes being built in time as well as getting infrastructure in place. That appraisal, by Quita Syhapanya of Metrostudy, is echoed by suburban builders and Realtors.
SPORTS
April 9, 2016 | By Phil Anastasia, Staff Writer
They are twins marked by differences as well as similarities. Ryan Lauk is tall and rangy. He throws and bats from the right side. He's a pitcher in addition to a first baseman, and he threw a no-hitter in Clearview's season opener last Friday against Delsea. Eric Lauk is more compact than his younger-by-a-minute sibling. He says his brother got the height and arm strength, and he got the foot speed. He bats from the left side and patrols center field "from foul line to foul line," according to Clearview coach Rocco Cornacchia.
NEWS
April 7, 2016 | By Emily Babay, STAFF WRITER
Three-year-old twins were found unharmed late Monday after the car they had been sleeping in was stolen. The white 2006 Buick Lucerne was stolen at about 11:30 p.m. near Broad Street and Chew Avenue, according to police radio reports. The car had been left running, and the thief apparently didn't know the 3-year-old twins were sleeping in the back seat, police said. The vehicle was recovered a few minutes later, with the children unharmed, near 15th Street and Widener Place, police radio reports said.
NEWS
April 6, 2016
Bill would help abuse victims HARRISBURG - Pennsylvania lawmakers are advancing legislation that would give future victims of sexual abuse as children more time to sue as adults and prosecutors more time to make an arrest. The House Judiciary Committee voted Tuesday 26-1 to eliminate a time limit on filing charges in child sexual-abuse cases and to give child victims an additional 20 years to sue, or until they turn 50. Currently, state law prevents prosecutors from charging child predators if the victim already turned 50. The bill also would remove civil lawsuit immunity from schools and government agencies that are found to be grossly negligent in child sex-abuse cases.
SPORTS
March 9, 2016 | By Marcus Hayes, Daily News Columnist
THE QUESTION is answered before it's fully asked. "Grande iced coffee, with two pumps of white mocha. " Michelle Nwokedi can order Sydney Stipanovich's favorite Starbucks drink as easily as she can hit her for a layup from the high post. "Nailed it!" Stipanovich said. Sometimes, you wonder whether Nerlens Noel could order Jahlil Okafor iced tea. The story is enticingly parallel: Local team acquires two elite, teenaged post players. There, the plot diverges. One pair quickly expand their skills and develop a selfless chemistry that their experienced coach exploits into an attack unprecedented in league history.
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DEAR ABBY: My daughter is in fifth grade at a very small, rural school. She's outgoing and makes friends easily. My problem is, when she comes home from school, she tells my husband and me about the conversations the other fifth-grade girls are having. Most of them involve boys. However, recently the conversations are about sex and things these girls say they want boys to do to them, which include rape. My husband and I are appalled. My daughter knows that it's not appropriate to discuss these topics, but she is forced by these girls to listen.
SPORTS
February 28, 2016 | By Phil Anastasia, Staff Writer
Dante Mininno was in another scramble, whirling around the mat in a sequence that would end with another pin for the undefeated Gateway High School sophomore. Antonio Mininno was awaiting his own bout in the Region 8 quarterfinals, pacing along the sideline in front of the large crowd at Egg Harbor Township. In body, anyway. "When he's wrestling, I feel like I'm inside his body," Antonio Mininno said of his younger (by one minute) identical twin. "Even when he's in a scramble, I know what he's going to do. " The Mininno twins both won their bouts Friday night, advancing to Saturday morning's semifinals, with the third-place bouts and championship finals set for Saturday afternoon.
ENTERTAINMENT
January 30, 2016
Mack Avenue SuperBand Though started by the Mack Avenue label in 2012 to celebrate the annual Detroit Jazz Festival, the magnificently named Mack Avenue SuperBand is an exquisite mosaic of the record company's charges, with each participant in its floating touring ensemble as cool and daring as the next. The edition that hits the Zellerbach Theatre features SuperBand veterans such as smooth, post-bop trumpeter Sean Jones while also welcoming vibraphone great Gary Burton, soul-centric saxophonist Tia Fuller, and the Christian McBride Trio.
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