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March 4, 2016 | By Sam Carchidi, Staff Writer
Five Flyers were named Wednesday to teams that will compete in the World Cup of Hockey. But captain Claude Giroux, who has more points than any NHL player over the last five seasons, was not one of them. Giroux, a center who is one of the NHL's best in the faceoff circle, was bypassed by Team Canada, though he could still be named when seven other players are added on June 1. "I'm not going to worry about it too much," Giroux said. ". . . It's something I can't really control.
ENTERTAINMENT
March 2, 2016 | Howard Gensler
Captain America is coming to Wizard World Philadelphia this June, and he's bringing the Falcon with him. And Agent Carter. And Howard Stark. Not to mention Bucky, Brock Rumlow and Dr. Abraham Erskine. Oh, yeah. And Thor and Loki. In what's shaping up already to be the biggest Wizard Philly ever, Wizard is announcing today that Chris Evans , Chris Hemsworth , Tom Hiddleston , Anthony Mackie , Hayley Atwell , Dominic Cooper , Stanley Tucci , Sebastian Stan and Frank Grillo will take over the Pennsylvania Convention Center on the weekend of June 4-5. Wizard says all are scheduled to appear on both days, except Hiddleston (Saturday only)
ENTERTAINMENT
February 27, 2016 | By David Patrick Stearns, CLASSICAL MUSIC CRITIC
The Chamber Orchestra of Philadelphia has been morphing from a standard-repertoire ensemble into something that widely embraces the 21st century. One manifestation of that is a series of Intersect concerts at World Cafe Live curated, hosted, and otherwise dominated by charismatic singer/songwriter Andrew Lipke. At the second of those concerts Wednesday, Lipke was aided by a quartet drawn from the Chamber Orchestra. Though rarely seen without a guitar, Lipke has passionate insights into many things classical.
NEWS
February 26, 2016
By Michael Zimmerman Perhaps you have a vivid moment of embarrassment in your life that you carry with you as I do. I was away at overnight camp, and with a dance coming up, I felt egged on to ask a girl to go with me. I chose Suzy, a girl I knew from home. But instead of extending an invitation, there I was on the dirt path outside her cabin issuing a threat that was inappropriate and utterly out of character for me: "You'd better be willing to go to the dance with me and no one else.
NEWS
February 25, 2016 | By Jan Hefler, Staff Writer
The dented mess kit of a soldier from Roxborough who fought in a bloody battle in Normandy came home Tuesday, 72 years after it was lost on French soil. About 40 relatives of Hudson Leroy Funk, including great-grandchildren and his 95-year-old brother, hugged and proudly passed the mess kit around a kitchen table in Medford after hearing how a World War II memorabilia collector had found it last fall, using a metal detector. Funk, who lost his legs later, in a battle in Luxembourg in November 1944, had carved his initials - HLF - into the metal container.
NEWS
February 22, 2016 | By Clark DeLeon
I met Acel Moore the first day I arrived on the job as a summer intern at The Inquirer, straight out of North Philly and my senior year at Temple University in May of 1972. They were paying interns in those days, which was a good thing. At that time in life I couldn't afford to work full time for experience or prestige. I needed a paycheck. I was 22, with a wife and 7-month-old son, and we were living in a one-bedroom apartment in Manayunk. Top of the world, Ma! Metro editor Bob Greenberg introduced me to Acel and other reporters and editors as we walked around the newsroom that first day. Acel was an Army veteran who had started at the paper in 1962 as a "copy boy" - he hated that term - and worked his way up to police reporter in 1968.
REAL_ESTATE
February 22, 2016 | By Sally Friedman, For The Inquirer
A bowl with brilliant turquoises and purples rests on a table near the entrance to Marilyn Phister's 1895 two-story twin home in Chestnut Hill. In some ways, that gift from friends spawned an entire rethinking of the color palette and vibe in Phister's home, one she purchased in 1990 after living in Fairmount and East Falls. These days, she lives in a world of light and color, with a sense of "Wow!" around every corner. Everything seems meant for the space it occupies, from contemporary pieces to startling accessories and a surprise mix of styles.
SPORTS
February 19, 2016 | By Bob Brookover, Inquirer Columnist
CLEARWATER, Fla. - The Phillies opened the doors to their spring training clubhouse Wednesday, and the immediate surveillance of the expansive room created a peculiar feeling. Look across and to the left at the lockers where the aces used to reside, and the new nameplates read Hernandez, Rupp, Mariot, Oberholzer, and Bailey . No empty lockers for extra space that is typically provided for established stars such as Roy Halladay, Roy Oswalt, Cliff Lee, and Cole Hamels. Too many players overall - 65 in total - and too many of the nondescript variety for that kind of luxury.
NEWS
February 15, 2016 | By Edith Newhall, FOR THE INQUIRER
O f the artists who composed the Pictures Generation - Cindy Sherman, Richard Prince, Barbara Kruger, Sherrie Levine, David Salle, and others who appropriated images from various sources in their art - Matt Mullican, born in Los Angeles in 1951 to artist parents, and a student of John Baldessari at the California Institute of the Arts, always seemed to be off in his own world. He sort of was, it turned out. Looking at Mullican's mid-1970s pictographs of everyday signs (say, the isolated male figure indicating the men's room, or the lighted cigarette with the diagonal line crossing it)
NEWS
February 14, 2016
Is there any competition as cute as the Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show? The 140th entry will pick best in show from 8 to 11 p.m. Tuesday on USA. Last year, the beagle Miss P. was crowned. Who will win this year? Clearly, we will.
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