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Howard Gensler, Daily News Columnist


Updated: Monday, October 24, 2016, 3:01 AM


Curt Schilling poses in a game demonstration room at the Electronic Entertainment Expo in this photo taken June 9, 2011, in Los Angeles.

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As Ocean's label missed the Grammy deadline for submissions,cheap jordan shoes, it is doubtful Ocean will be nominated.
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Serafina holds the southwest corner of 18th and Sansom Streets, on the ground floor of 10 Rittenhouse. It is across from the Dandelion, also owned by Stephen Starr.

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Assaf said Serafina would remain open through mid-November. The restaurant opened in 2011 to tepid reviews but great crowds that routinely pack the bar and fill the sidewalk seating through fling-out doors.
"We are working so much internationally and traveling constantly," Assaf wrote me in an email. "As we are concentrating on the licensee-franchise part of the business, our decision was to step out from the restaurants we have outside New York City."
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He and chef Peter Serpico are also developing a Korean small-plates restaurant at 2025 Sansom St., about two blocks from the Serafina site. That space previously was Il Pittore.
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The donkey representing Guam, perched at the top of the iconic steps in front of the Philadelphia Museum of Art, was picked up and tossed into some nearby bushes, according to former Gov. Ed Rendell, chairman of the DNC host committee.

Guam voters cast ballots in presidential caucuses and send delegates to the party conventions, but can't vote for president. The U.S. Constitution is silent on the rights of their representative donkey.


Rendell said the donkey in question, painted by artist Juan Dimidia, came back undamaged.

It was inspected by one of the "donkey doctors,cheap jordans online," artistic experts on standby to care for the installations, said Rendell,cheap jordan shoes, who came up with the idea for the political art project.

The donkey representing Kansas, painted by artist Edgar Jerins and installed at One Logan Square, was temporarily taken inside during last week's Wawa Welcome America! concert on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway, Rendell said. It is now back at its post.

The other trouble so far for the herd has been the anti-fracking activists who placed what Rendell called "papier-mché poop" under the donkeys.

"Our donkey doctors have removed all of those," Rendell said. "All are well and up in place. And they're poopless."
brennac@phillynews.com
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Published: July 13, 2016 �� 6:25 PM EDT
| Updated: July 14, 2016 �� 1:08 AM EDT

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