Everything you need to know to get you race-ready for Philadelphia’s Broad Street Run, our city’s most popular 10-miler.
Dreams do come true, my friends. Remember a few weeks back when I shared what is absolutely, most definitely the best #ThrowbackThursday post of all […]
I once had a roommate who had to refrain from using the Internet during the week of the Coachella music festival because with the Internet-explosion […]
If you thought the days of new Michael Jackson music were over, think again: Apparently, the King of Pop will be releasing a posthumous album […]
Okay, dejected Broad Street Run hopefuls, let’s recap your options for getting into the race: You’ve got the bib-transfer program and charity-bib options. You had the Healthy Trails […]
I’m not the only one who gets hyped when I hear a good girl-power song. I mean, we ladies are something to be celebrated and […]
The Broad Street Run just released details about special Phillies ticket offers for BSR runners on race weekend. Check it out:
In some informal research for this weekly playlist, I’ve been asking friends what their favorite running tunes are. The consensus: classic rock. Being more of […]
Um, so this is pretty awesome. The folks over at the ODDyssey Half Marathon are hosting a five-week running program in April that includes group […]
This week’s training playlist is brought to you by my mom’s Rock and Roll Hall of Fame album collection. Not only will these tunes get […]
I think this calls for a throwback shirt for BSR 2014, right? RIGHT?
Shut out of the Broad Street Run? Dry your tears: There’s a back door into the race, if you didn’t win the lottery.
Training for the Broad Street Run is no easy feat. And training on the weekends, when all you really want to do is sleep and […]
Philly runner and freelance writer Jen A. Miller had some strong words in the Inquirer earlier this week, for so-called “bandit” runners who may be […]
With an acceptance rate of around 85 percent in the Broad Street Run lottery this year, a good swath of wannabe runners learned the hard […]