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Philly miner back in the ‘Zone’ on Animal Planet Dream job. A local man and full-time miner is one of the stars of “Ice Cold Gold.” Season 2 premieres tonight. He’s featured on a reality show, but he’s still a fulltime working stiff. “I’m an average, everyday guy. I’m a driller. It just so happens I took a chance and made it,” said Americo DiSantis, 32. “But when it comes to it, I’ll get in there, get as dirty as you are and work with ya.” DiSantis, a father of two who lives in Bucks County, is a key player on “Ice Cold Gold,” a reality show premiering its second season tonight on Animal Planet. The premise follows a team of miners in search of rare and precious stones in Greenland. Season 2 promises even more thrills, DiSantis said, because the first jaunt to the icy terrain of Greenland ended with the discovery of a massive ruby deposit dubbed “The Red Zone” — located on a mountaintop 3,200 feet above sea level. “Season 2 is lots more action, bigger tools, more personality. It’s just go, go, go,” DiSantis said. “It’s like the gold rush of the 1800s. It’s the final frontier out there.” Starting on the island of Storo, DiSantis said the team went south to Fiskenæsset, where geologists in the team studied the unusual metamorphic rock of Greenland to figure out where valuable stones could be mined. For his day job with
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Stones in them thar hills! DiSantis works full-time for Ameridrill here in the U.S. But as one of seven Americans in Greenland on “Ice Cold Gold,” he makes up Sixty Degree Resources, a company that is seeking to
exploit Greenland’s vast unexplored terrains. The team could only search for stones during the warm months when “the glacier cap peels back furthest,” as DiSantis put it. Animal Planet estimates that “The Red Zone” deposit is worth millions of dollars.
Ameridrill, DiSantis uses cutting-edge technologies like augur boring and directional drilling. But in Greenland, his proposal to helicopter in a massive drill got canned by the team due to expenses, he said. Instead, he said the team took a hand drill and set it up with a foot-long bit. DiSantis did find some rare stones that he was
able to bring home to his daughters as souvenirs — but for most of the job, he was focused on cutting through stone. “I’m usually auguring and drilling and blowing through rock to get to depth. I’m not caring about how pretty it is,” he said. SAM NEWHOUSE @SCNEWHOUSE
Obama’s nominee out due to Abu-Jamal link Based on his work to appeal Mumia Abu-Jamal’s death sentence, Debo Adegbile was voted down by the U.S. Senate Wednesday, 52-47, from leading the Department of Justice’s Civil Rights Division. President Obama nominated Adegbile in November and called the
Senate vote “a travesty based on wildly unfair character attacks against a good and qualified public servant.” Adegbile’s nomination was considered controversial because he led the NAACP’s Legal Defense Fund while they worked on appealing the death
“Today is a good day for Pennsylvania, for America and for those who believe in justice. It was a hard-fought victory to the end.” Toomey sentence of Abu-Jamal, convicted and sentenced to death for murdering Philadelphia police officer
Daniel Faulkner in 1981. But D.A. Seth Williams praised the decision. “The defense of this
man was about misleading the public,” Williams said of the LDF’s actions. Abu-Jamal’s death sentence was overturned due to procedural error in 2011. Senators Pat Toomey and Bob Casey voted against Adegbile. SAM NEWHOUSE
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Make way for the colonials Wartime. Locally based INTECH Construction was chosen to tear down the old and build the new. What is claimed to be the first museum to consolidate the entire history of the American Revolution under one roof is a few steps closer to reality. It just needs more money. At a ceremony Wednesday, supporters gathered to drum up more interest for the Museum of the American Revolution and to announce the demolition of the existing Independence Park visitorsâ€™ center. The center, which was constructed to accommodate bicentennial celebrations
in 1976, is set to come down in a few weeks. During a speech to donors, former Gov. Ed Rendell, a longtime supporter of the project, worked to inspire potential donors with stories of great sacrifice. â€œWe won our freedom against all odds,â€? he said. â€œAnd that story needs to be told.â€? So far, a little more than $100 million of the $150 million price tag has been raised. Philanthropist H. F.
â€œGerryâ€? Lenfest, who donated $40 million to the project, said, â€œI think itâ€™s important for future generations that they understand the principles that created this great country.â€? While the buildingâ€™s design is set, his group is working with the Cityâ€™s Art Commission to refine the final product. It is set to open in 2016. TOMMY ROWAN @TOMMYROWAN
Union wants hand-laid brick Members of the Local 1 Bricklayers Union arenâ€™t happy. Workers picketed Wednesdayâ€™s ceremony in
protest of the proposed use of brick panels for the buildingâ€™s exterior. Worker George Posner said real craftsmen should lay real brick. â€œThis is going to be here forever,â€? he said.
Ed Rendell is happy to help attract the 2016 DNC to Philly Fast Eddie. One city councilman hopes the former DNC chairman is an ace in the hole. Count former Gov. Ed Rendell in. Rendell said that if the people want him to help bring the Democratic National Convention to Philadelphia, he’s all for it. “If that’s the will of the majority,” he said, “I’d be happy to do it.” City Councilman Jim
Kenney said last week — after Mayor Michael Nutter’s office formally tossed the city’s name into the hat to host the 2016 convention — that a local committee tasked to help draw the event should be chaired by one man. “I would love to see someone like Ed Rendell chair it,” Kenney said last week. “I can’t think of a better person than Ed Rendell.”
Rendell said Wednesday that the city has a fighter’s chance to lure the convention. “I think we did a great job with the 2000 Republican [National] Convention, and I think the Democrats would love to come here,” he said. TOMMY ROWAN @TOMMYROWAN
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Catholics observe the first day of Lent Catholics celebrated Ash Wednesday, the beginning of Lent, at the Basilica of Saints Peter and Paul in Center City during a noontime Mass on Wednesday. / CHARLES MOSTOLLER, METRO
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Lawsuit filed against district Discrimination. The Department of Justice said an Islamic police oﬃcer should be able to wear a long beard. The School District of Philadelphia is being targeted in a lawsuit that alleges it discriminated against an Islamic school
police officer who was wearing a long beard because of his religion. The lawsuit, filed on Wednesday by the U.S. Department of Justice, says the district is in violation of the Civil Rights Act and has a pattern of discrimination. The lawsuit states that Siddiq Abu-Bakr, and other individuals, could not comply with the district’s policy that school police officers cannot have a beard
What they want The DOJ is seeking declaratory and injunctive relief requiring the district to implement a new grooming policy that would prevent employees from religious discrimination. •
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longer than one-quarter inch. The lawsuit says his religious beliefs should exempt him from the grooming policy. The complaint also said the school district failed to consider AbuBakr’s request for reasonable accommodation to its grooming policy that would have been in accordance with his religious beliefs, according to the Department of Justice. METRO
‘Get him!’ Killers shouted before opening fire: Witness Two men were held for court on murder charges after a preliminary hearing Wednesday at which a witness identified them as participating in the murder of Alfred McCrory, during a bloody weekend last summer. Bernard Ford, 24, and Terrence Johnson, 20, are both charged with McCrory’s murder. A third defendant, Spencer Hutchins, 25, is also charged but was not present for the hearing. A fourth suspect has not yet been arrested. The witness testified that he ran to his front door when he heard a gunshot around 11:15 a.m. on Sunday, July 14, 2013, on the 2000 block of Bellmore Avenue in Kensington.
Outside his home, the witness said he saw McCrory, also a resident of the block and whom he knew as “DooDoo,” clutching his right side in pain and surrounded by four men who were talking to him. Ford allegedly pulled his T-shirt up to his face and yelled “Get him!” at which point the other three men, including Johnson, fired five shots, the witness said. McCrory was also pistol whipped before being killed by a bullet to the heart, according to a medical report. On the weekend of McCrory’s murder eight men were murdered in separate incidents. SAM NEWHOUSE
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the “Frozen” star doesn’t hold a grudge — she gave Travolta a hug after her performance of “Let It Go.” The Internet, on the other hand, has no plans to stop enjoying Travolta’s flub anytime soon. Not only did an Adele Dazeem Twitter account instantly spring into existence, but you can now Travoltify your name (just call me Melissa Thozomas, writer for Marco). MELINDA TAUB
John Travolta is sorry for messing up Idina Menzel’s name at the Oscars on Sunday, where he introduced her as “Adele Dazeem.” Also, though, he’s over it. “I’ve been beating myself up all day,” Travolta said in a statement, according to People. “Then I thought, ‘What would Idina Menzel say?’ She’d say, ‘Let it go, let it go!’” [Ed note: Good luck with that.] Indeed, it seems like
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ment of the “Terrible” trilogy, “Skin & Bone.” Don’t expect any characters from the first installment to appear, but these residents of Transfer, Fla., the same fictional town, promise to be just as disturbing and hilarious. This time the play takes place in a creepy bed and breakfast — with a dark secret. Goldfinger grew up in Tallahassee, and carries the North Florida landscape scap in her bones. “My brand of Southern Goth S tends to be more t humorous. I h tthink that’s because of Florida. ca Very Ver few Southern Goth ttales take place there. And let’s face it, Florida is a bizarre place,” she says. “We embrace the bizarre in Florida. Our take on life is a little wacky and out there.” But, as in almost any Southern Goth tale, there are disturbing truths underlying the outlandish and outsized personalities
‘300: Rise of an Empire’ Zack Snyder’s homophobic yet homoerotic Spartan bloodbath gets a belated sequel, or rather a side-sequel. The less chronicled Battle of Artemisium is the focus this time around, and best of all there’s Eva Green as a warrior queen who likes to make out with freshly decapitated heads.
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of this play. “Growing up, I spent a lot of time up and down the I-10 Interstate,” Goldfinger says. “The landscape is gorgeous, and the people were always nice, but I always felt a little undercurrent of something darker.”
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‘Elaine Stritch: Shoot Me’ Elaine Stritch, now 89, hasn’t called it quits, even though she did leave New York for Birmingham, Mich. This documentary finds her looking back on her illustrious and often salty life.
‘Afternoon of a Faun: Tanaquil Le Clercq’ Famed ballerina Tanaquil Le Clercq, muse to both George Balanchine and Jerome Robbins, gets profiled in this documentary, which also includes Michael Stuhlbarg (“A Serious Man”) filling in for Robbins’ voice.
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Interview. Showbiz legend Elaine Stritch returns to New York City to promote her new documentary Last April, at 88, showbiz legend Elaine Stritch followed through on a longtime threat: She moved out of New York City. It seemed an era had finally ended. But sheâ€™s back for now, promoting her new documentary, â€œElaine Stritch: Shoot Me,â€? with her trademark saltiness. The film is an intimate (and honest) look at the singer and performer (known to many as Jack Donaghyâ€™s tyrannical mom on â€œ30 Rockâ€?), as she scares and delights people â€” sometimes the same people.
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