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The Whole Truth

On Friday night in the Boston Celtics locker room, Paul Pierce is looking splendid in baller chic. Twenty minutes after an easy home win, he […]

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What if Zell Kravinsky isn’t crazy?

After word got out that one of Philadelphia's most eccentric millionaires, Zell Kravinsky, had donated a kidney to a random stranger, a reporter at one […]

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Lord of the Wings

All he wanted was to retire. With some dignity. With a little bit of grace. A year ago, Bill "El Wingador" Simmons wanted to retire […]

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Jerry Blavat Finds the Fountain of Youth

Monday “Yo man, it’s the Geator! … I just got out of the hospital, but I’m dancing and doing my thing! … Yeah, why don’t […]

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Can Comcast Be As Mighty As Google?

  ONE OF STEVE BURKE’S first acts when he took over as CEO of NBCUniversal last winter­ was to redecorate the walls that General Electric […]

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Which Eagles and Phillies Are Gay?

  It’s a long, thin room inside the NovaCare complex, where the eagles peel off their uniforms after practice. Lockers line both sides. As they […]

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Lance Becker: Back From the Dead

LANCE BECKER’S CELL phone rang at two in the morning. “Lance!” screamed the woman on the other end of the line. “You have to help […]

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Feature: Is NJ Governor Chris Christie A Mad Man?

It’s a Friday night in mid-October, 18 days before the midterm elections, and Republican New Jersey Governor Chris Christie is out on the stump, expertly […]

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Philadelphia Is Finally Becoming a Great Hotel Town

If I were Ben Shank, I’d be stressed. Can’t-sleep, pulling-out-my-hair-level stressed. But Ben doesn’t seem stressed. Across the table from me, casually dressed in khakis […]

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Urban Outfitters Bares All

America’s original naval shipyard is in Philadelphia, at the southern tip of the city, where the Schuylkill River meets the Delaware — 900 acres that […]