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YOUR COMPLETE GUIDE TO

WINTER BONUS SECTION: A TELEVISION GUIDE TO THE GAMES


OLYMPICS

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Vancouver
Winter games fly, spin, slide into the greatest American skier
more peaks to climb.
of all time, with

By Mark Passaro Opening ceremonies Nations on


Zap2it NBC covers the Parade of Biathlon
night of the XXI Winter Olympics The sport: Biathlon
combines cross-
12, in Van- opening at 7:30 p.m. from Vancouver, B.C. shooting in five
eginning Friday, Feb. more than starting country skiing with rifle pursuit, mass
B couver, British Columbia, will have
2,500 disparate athletes roam the the U.S. names you’ll come to recognize.
one thing in common while
they
the Olympic Win-
events: individual, sprint,
start and relay.
The stars: Veteran Olympians
Tim
Teela
largest city to ever host when the music Alpine Skiing Jay Hakkinen and Jeremy
ter Games: the hope that to tick, there’s in two speed Burke, U.S. team. Burke this seasonthe
be-
The sport: Skiers compete techni- lead the to pace
starts or the clock begins to unfold for events, downhill and super-G; two and came the first American ever
a peak performance about of a gold medal. cal events,
slalom and giant slalom; World Cup standings.
the super overall
them, one that is worthy across 15 sports, one that requires both skills,
Only 86 will be handed out total hours of cov- combined. Bobsled
and with more than 835 first time in high
and super- navigate a sled
The stars: Reigning downhill The sport: Bobsledders in two-man,
erage — all of it for the Lindsey Vonn will be track of ice
performances G world champion The 25-year-old is a down a curved events.
definition — those golden on NBC or busy in Vancouver. four-man and two-woman
will have a place somewhere contender in all five events,
Network, MSNBC, gold medal both the 2008 and ’09 overall [ See Olympics >>> H3
]
its cable brethren USA having won
CNBC and Universal HD. of Cup titles. She’s already considered
and some World
A primer, then, on the games

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Reading, but major roads
open by midday; few
problems encountered,
although heart attacks,
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MAKING 2010
CENSUS COUNT
Activists and volunteers are out to
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TEENAGE CONQUEROR
At 16, a Spanish matador achieves the un-
usual feat of facing six bulls in the ring and
killing them all. A9
By Jason Brudereck SPORTS ❯❯
Reading Eagle
SUPER BOWL OR AIR SHOW?
See how the high-powered offenses of the

T
he falling snow dampened neighborhood
noises and kept roads free of traffic Saturday Colts and Saints stack up in our guide to
morning. tonight’s Super Bowl. C2-C3
But by the afternoon, the 10th-greatest snowfall
in Berks County history turned into a symphony of
buzzing snowblowers, laughing children — and wail-
ing sirens as emergency vehicles responded to heart
attacks brought on by grueling snow shoveling.
Snowbound residents clamored
10th-biggest: for food from area pizzerias, several
The Friday-Sat- of which said they were fielding an
urday storm is especially high volume of calls.
one of Berks’ But some pizza delivery workers
deepest. A3 had trouble trekking through the
snow. READING EAGLE: BEN HASTY
Surreal: The “There are certain places we can’t Rayne Krotee-Sparr, 3, plays in the snow Saturday in front of her
capital takes on get to because they haven’t been home on Sunset Road in West Reading. MONEY ❯❯
an unusual look cleared, but we’re reaching about
in white. A4 three-quarters of our delivery area,” CUTTING BACK ON COUPONS
said Anthony Torre Jr., assistant Boscov’s Department Stores plans to
manager at Papa John’s, 2329 N. Fifth St. change pricing strategies, Chairman Albert
By 4 p.m., the pizzeria had handled 67 orders. R. Boscov says. D1
“That’s a lot more than normal,” Torre said. “It’s the LIFE ❯❯
weather.”
The official total snowfall was measured at 17.2 THERE IN BLACK AND WHITE
inches in Lincoln Park, according to the Berks Area Ledgers from 19th-century Hopewell Vil-
Rainfall Network. lage show that blacks were paid the same
The late Friday-early Saturday storm brought the as whites for equal work. E1
most snow from a single storm since the 2-foot snowfall
on Presidents Day in 2003. Index
Many roads and highways were impassable early Advice E12 Horoscope E13 Puzzles E9
Saturday — some speed limits were officially reduced Agriculture A13 Obituaries B8–B9 Travel E10
for several hours on highways across the state — but Bridge E13 Opinion B10
most major roads were cleared by midday.
Snowfall totals in Berks ranged from 9 inches in Oley READING EAGLE: LAUREN A. LITTLE CLASSIFIED ADVERTISING IN MONEY, D5
to 21 inches in Shillington, with most areas reporting 17 Sharon L. Clark of Reading and Walter A. Pustilnik of Philadel-
to 18 inches, according [ See Up to 21 inches >>> A3 ] ©2010 Reading Eagle Company
phia, hidden behind a shovelful of snow, clear out a parking space
Saturday. For others, the snow meant a day to play. Story, A5.

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