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Updated by John H Armstrong on Feb 21, 2014
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This Week in InqU

The danger when losses become blowouts

Two decades ago, another 76ers rookie coach endured two evenings similar to the ritual embarrassments suffered by Brett Brown last week as his stumbling, handcuffed team lost by 45 points to the Los Angeles Clippers and 43 to the Golden State Warriors.

Irving, LeBron help East end its All-Star skid

NEW ORLEANS - LeBron James usually has his fun in June, when the Miami Heat have won NBA championships the last two years.

Gallery owner likely looking at 'fast fashion,' food

It seems like Plan B for the Gallery. The Center City mall's owners have apparently been unable to land high-end department stores to anchor their reimagining of the aging shopping center on Market Street.

Fallon's New Gig

Taking over TV's most storied franchise, NBC's The Tonight Show, will be a breeze for Jimmy Fallon. On Monday at midnight, he's just moving across the hallway from Studio 6A to 6B and getting a lot of extra perks. (Beginning on Friday, the show will move back to its normal 11:35 p.m.

Spring arts preview: TV

"TV is going to offer fresh entertainment year-round from now on!" That promise had been made and broken to viewers so many times that we were beginning to feel like an American Indian tribe. Well, guess what? It may finally be true. Why the sudden proliferation?

For Sixers, this was a special signing

Coach Brett Brown was very excited at the 76ers newest acquisition – Bensalem senior Kevin Grow. The Sixers signed Grow to a ceremonial two day contract before Monday evening's practice at the Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Auto show proves to be a resilient draw

The paralyzing snow that shut down schools, shopping malls, and government offices part of last week also slowed traffic to the Philadelphia Auto Show, but organizers were impressed that even on the worst day the event didn't run out of gas.

Fierce rivals set to go at it one more time

SOCHI, Russia - The United States-Canada hockey rivalry starts from childhood, particularly for players who grow up near the border. Although they're often pals and teammates in the NHL, their friendships evaporate if they're ever lucky enough to face off at the Olympics.

Anger at American ref melts ice

MOSCOW - After a heated U.S.-Russia hockey match at the Sochi Olympics on Saturday, many Russian spectators have decided the cold war is back - and not just on the ice.