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In a wide-ranging discussion with Deadline's Pete Hammond at the PGA event, the producer also revealed that star Pirates Of The Caribbean franchise and this summer's Lone Ranger Johnny Depp often travels with his Captain Jack Sparrow costume and visits children's hospitals unannounced.
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Were They Gay? Who's Sure? Who Cares? | The Maynard Institute for Journalism Education
Rumor, Fact Follow Sherman Hemsley, Sally Ride Deaths "This is Digital First, Fool" 22% Take Advantage of Early Voting in AAJA Race Guild Worries About Diversity After Detroit Buyouts Toronto Star Apologizes for Cartoon of Black Child Detroit's Diana Lewis Retiring After 44 Years Victor Blackwell to Be CNN Saturday Morning Co-Host Sarah Glover Joins NBC in Social Media Post Short Takes On Facebook Tuesday, Joyce Ladner, a former interim president of Howard University, posted a notice about the death of actor Sherman Hemsley of television's "The Jeffersons" and praised him as "out and proud."
Delran's Lloyd Kicks U.S. Soccer to Victory
Getty Images New Jersey's Carli Lloyd didn't start the U.S. Women's National Team Olympic soccer opening game but she sure did finish it. Lloyd, who entered for Shannon Boxx in the 17th minute, struck the game winner in the 66th minute as the Women's Olympic team came back from a 2-0 early deficit to beat France 4-2 at Hampden Park in Glasgow, Scotland.
Mitt Romney's long hot summer
Things aren't really breaking Mitt Romney's way, are they? For one thing, his entire campaign is largely predicated on the economy being terrible. And let's be honest -- it's not great, especially for millions of long-term unemployed (who Republicans are trying to woo by cutting their benefits, but we digress...).
GOAL: McInerney flicks Philly into the lead
Goal! Los Angeles Galaxy 0, Philadelphia Union 1. Jack McInerney (Philadelphia Union) right footed shot from the right side of the six yard box to the bottom left corner. Assisted by Michael Farfan.
No golden egg for customer suing KFC over pistol-whipping
Kentucky Fried Chicken, purveyor of "finger-lickin' good" poultry, is not responsible for the ass-kickin' bad service an employee provided an indecisive customer in 2007, a federal judge has ruled. Edward L. Harris of East Oak Lane sued the chicken chain in September 2009 after employee Michael C.
Photorealistic Pencil Drawings
Business design consultant Paul Lung is quite the talented doodler. He uses a .5mm pencil to create these spectacular drawings.
Investigators laud proposed expansion of Pa. wiretap law
Police officers and lawyers in Pennsylvania have long been frustrated by the state's wiretap law, which requires both parties to consent to a recording, and which was last updated before disposable cellphones existed or text messaging became popular.
David Murphy: Low-scoring games put added pressure on Phillies' pitchers
That night, the 34-year-old veteran threw 126 pitches, all of which a pitching coach like Dubee would describe as "high-stress." Halladay allowed a run against the second batter he faced, then spent the rest of the night keeping his team in position for a come-from-behind victory that it would never seize, the Cardinals finishing with a 1-0 victory that sent the Phillies home for the offseason.
Former Philly anchor Tamsen Fadal, matchmaker hubby split
Posted: Wednesday, May 16, 2012, 12:36 PM | 19 comments | Email Dan Gross, follow Dan Gross on Twitter Former CBS 3 reporter/anchor Tamsen Fadal and former personal trainer Matt Titus are divorcing after nearly 5 years of marriage, the New York Post reports.