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New York Times Profiles Michael Solomonov

Michael Solomonov has been involved in culinary artistry in Philadelphia for quite some time. He was at Vetri when he heard of his brother’s death […]

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Forbes Has Q&A With Ronald and Raymond Perelman

The Perelman family has been making headlines in Philadelphia for decades. Through their lucrative business operations, multi-billion dollar fortunes, significant charitable contributions and storied legal […]

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NBC Apologizes to Andy Reid

Last night, a crucial “interception” gave the Falcons some much needed momentum and the opportunity to put seven points up on the scoreboard that Michael […]

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Documentary Details Philly’s 18th-Century Yellow Fever Epidemic

The second episode of Sam Katz’s film series on the history of Philadelphia is now available to be pre-ordered. The episode details the city’s yellow […]

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Caps and Flyers Rookies Squared Off Last Night

The NHL season is less than a month away and the Flyers and Capitals took one step closer to kicking it off by sending their […]

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Bradley Cooper Shooting Eagles Movie Next Month

Bradley Cooper will be in Philly next month to film The Silver Linings Playbook—a film that incorporates the protagonists Eagles fandom as a plot device. […]

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A Tribute to the Fallen TLA Video

Whether you were looking for some film noir, low-budget horror flicks or anything even remotely related to art house cinema, TLA Video has been the […]

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Bluecadet, Philadelphia Mural Arts Program and ?uestlove Team Up for New App

Philly’s Mural Arts Program hops into the 21st century with an iPhone app designed by Bluecadet with everything you need to know about the city’s […]

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Jeremy Roenick and Jay Mohr Trash Philly Fans

In a surprise twist of fate, another media outlet has cited the Santa Claus snowball incident while dubbing Philly fans the worst around. This time, […]

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Goodbye, Kate Gosselin

Ah, how the mighty have fallen. Kate Gosselin bid farewell to her fans (both of them) and relevance last night in the final episode of […]

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Google’s Secret Hideout in Philly

While the Scoop doubts that Google is operating out of a roving van like the original meth lab in Breaking Bad or that it has […]

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Philly’s Own Arthur Kade at the Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen

What do Dog the Bounty Hunter, Ron Jeremy, Kristin Cavallari and Arthur Kade have in common? If you guessed a penchant for shameless self-promotion you’d […]

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Justin Bieber on the Mike Missanelli Show

Of all the people the Scoop might have thought he’d hear on Mike Missanelli’s show Friday afternoon, Justin Bieber would have fallen somewhere between William […]

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Philadelphia School District Has Some Shortcomings When Dealing With Violence

A new report shows that the Philadelphia School District has some shortcomings. Ya don’t say! The report details the District’s lack of accountability when it […]

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John Bolaris Battles Fake John Bolaris on Twitter

Ah, the honeypot—an espionage classic. Last year, Philadelphia weatherman and notorious “socialite” John Bolaris made a bit of a splash in the news when he […]