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Legislation to Counter Union Tactics Goes to Gov. Tom Wolf for Signature

The Pennsylvania House of Representatives passed a bill this week that, if signed by Gov. Tom Wolf, will likely have an impact on organized labor […]

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Union Hire Hall of Famer Earnie Stewart as First Sporting Director

Earnie Stewart, who played for the United States men’s national team for 14 years, has been named the Philadelphia Union’s new sporting director. He’ll begin […]

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PHOTOS: Kurt Vile Comes Home for Chill Set at Union Transfer

Every time Fishtown-based rocker Kurt Vile makes the trek back to his home city (technically he’s from Lansdowne, but whatever. Close enough.) it’s a special event. […]

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Al Roker Meets Johnny Doc’s Union on the Today Show

Last week, we told you about a letter that Johnny Doc’s Local 98 union sent to the Department of Homeland Security, alleging that NBC 10 […]

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Local 98 Picketer Charged in Incident at NBC10 Studio

Last week, Local 98 union head John “Johnny Doc” Dougherty told Philadelphia magazine that two union members were “assaulted” by cars on the picket line […]

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Report: Philadelphia Union Are Axing CEO

CBS 3 is reporting Philadelphia Union CEO and managing partner Nick Sakiewicz is out. Kevin Kinkead reports Union majority owner Jay Sugarman called a mandatory […]

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WATCH: Ratmobile Invokes Pope Francis Outside Comcast Center

Last Thursday, NBC 10’s technicians and photographers went on strike. On Friday, IBEW Local 98 leader John Dougherty said two union members picketing were hit […]

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Seven Reasons to Watch the Union’s Open Cup Final Tomorrow Night

  Pity poor soccer. While the rest of the world can’t get enough of it, America blithely continues to thumb its nose at the sport, […]

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Satantic Rock Band Ghost on Getting Postponed By “Frankie”

Move over, Francis—there’s another Papa headed to town. One of the more bizarre subplots surrounding the papal visit involves the costumed Swedish rockers Ghost, who […]

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NBC10 Strike: John Dougherty Says Two Union Members Hit By Cars on Picket Line

Follow Philadelphia magazine’s live coverage of Pope Francis’s historic visit all weekend long.   While most of the local news stations in Philadelphia are already […]

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REVIEW: FIDLAR at Union Transfer

There’s something not very surprising about the fact that FIDLAR frontman Zac Carper chose sobriety to be the common theme from FIDLAR’s sophomore album, Too. […]

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FIDLAR at Union Transfer is #OpenInPHL

The last time FIDLAR plowed through Philly was in May, when they were the penultimate act of a co-headlining tour with fellow punk rockers Metz […]

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Watch: Union Win U.S. Open Cup Semifinal

Soccer is a weird sport. Example one: The worst team in the league gets to play for a championship. This isn’t like your rec basketball […]

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WATCH: This “Tribute” to Philadelphia Union’s 17 Goalkeepers

The Philadelphia Union have only been in existence for six years, and already they are about as Philadelphia as a Philadelphia sports team gets. (Even […]

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