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SEPTA Wants to Know Why In the World You Still Use Them

SEPTA just loves its silly contests, don’t they? This past spring, Philly’s public transportation authority wanted to know the songs that make you move while […]

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Dawn Staley Says Her Championship Team Has Been Snubbed by White House

While much was made in September of the NBA champion Golden State Warriors having an invite to the White House rescinded by President Trump, Philly […]

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Philly’s Worst Outdoor Seating Scofflaws, According to the City Controller

In late August, the office of City Controller Alan Butkovitz launched a code compliance and safety audit of Philadelphia’s sidewalk cafés to determine whether participating […]

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South Jersey Woman Accused of Killing Boyfriend With Two Frying Pans

Authorities in New Jersey have announced the arrest of a 33-year-old Camden County woman on murder charges after her boyfriend succumbed to brain injuries sustained […]

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VIDEO: Joel Embiid Spotted on Late-Night Rocky Run

With the season opener in Washington just about two weeks away, a Lyft driver cruising through Fitler Square spotted 76ers star Joel Embiid jogging through […]

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Police Arrest Man in Shooting of a 6-Year-Old

Police have arrested a 22-year-old man in connection with a shooting on a residential block in North Philadelphia last week that left a six-year-old boy […]

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Carson Wentz’s Response to Vegas: “The World Needs Jesus In a Bad Way”

By now, we’re all well aware that Carson Wentz is a Bible-thumper that jams out to Christian rock when he’s not throwing spirals in South […]

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Eagles Fans Drowned Out Home Crowd in California

The Chargers belong in San Diego. Just ask FOX Sports commentator Mark Schlereth, who repeatedly slipped up during yesterday’s broadcast of the Eagles game and […]

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Bob Casey Urges Stricter Gun Control in Wake of Vegas Massacre

Politicians at both the state and local levels have offered their condolences in response to last night’s tragedy in Las Vegas, the deadliest mass shooting […]

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Four Philly Sports Classics From Completely Forgettable Teams

We get it: It’s tough to get stoked about Philly sports right now. (Sorry, Sixers; “potential” isn’t technically exciting.) But remember, even a so-so squad […]

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Jayson Werth Tried to Show Philly Some Love Last Night… It Didn’t Go Well

In what would be the perfect ending to a hypothetical trope-filled Philadelphia sports movie along the lines of The Garbage Picking Field Goal Kicking Philadelphia […]

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Here’s Mayor Kenney’s Plan to Save the Planet

After President Donald Trump made public his desire to withdraw the United States from the Paris climate agreement, Mayor Jim Kenney responded in kind by […]

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All Those Philly Soda Tax Ads Cost $5.4 Million This Year

Mayor Kenney sure hit a nerve with his soda tax, didn’t he? Even before the law went on the books last year, a public relations war […]

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Spotted in Rittenhouse Square: Bruce Willis

Hey! … Was that just? Yes! Bruce Willis was spotted hanging out around Philly this week while in town filming Glass, the latest M. Night Shyamalan […]

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Teen Killed in Crossfire of Germantown Shootout

A 16-year-old boy was killed and three other teens were wounded last night after they were inadvertently caught in the crossfire of either two people […]