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WIP Heads to FM on Tuesday

Philly’s first sports-only radio station 610 WIP is in the process of moving to an FM frequency. So, when you’re heading back to work after […]

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FDA Finds Problems at Consolidated Red Cross Centers

The American Red Cross set up new blood centers in Philadelphia in a consolidation effort that was wrapped up a year and a half ago. […]

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Bill Cosby Talks Philly Up in Q&A

Bill Cosby recently spoke with Concierge to talk about the city of Philadelphia. It’s no surprise that Cosby had plenty of nice things to say. […]

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Report Hurricane Damage on an Interactive Map

In a Wikipedia-esque approach, Philly.com has created an interactive map of Hurricane Irene’s damage. Go to the site, punch in your address, select what kind […]

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Esquire Talks to an Eagles Cheerleader

So, you want to get to know an Eagles cheerleader, huh? Well, Esquire has a Q&A-esque piece—and accompanying photographs—with Birds cheerleader Stephanie Smith. She talks […]

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Temple is the School of Hard Knocks

“Temple TUFF” is a new television show chronicling the preparation of the Temple football team leading up to the 2011 season. The series is six […]

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Michael Vick Is White in ESPN Mag’s Art

In the recent wave of Michael Vick features, ESPN has a piece titled “What if Michael Vick Were White?” And—instead of leaving that up for […]

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Philly’s Top 10 Drug Corners

Steve Volk has the low-down on the (not so) down-low drug trade in Philadelphia. In a special report, Volk writes about the top 10 drug […]

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Jimmy Rollins Talks About Black Baseball Players

Ken Rosnethal of FOX Sports writes about the Yankees’ Curtis Granderson and Major League Baseball’s perceived lack of motivation to promote baseball’s African-American players. In […]

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Philadelphia Inquirer and Pittsburgh Post-Gazette Team Up

It’s no secret that the newspaper industry is dying faster than a henchman in a Bond flick. So, it’s no surprise that media conglomerates are […]

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Four Flyers to Grace the Silver Screen

James van Riemsdyk, Scott Hartnell, Ian Laperriere and Matt Carle were all recently on set of the new Judd Apatow movie This is Forty starring […]

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Arlene Ackerman’s Goodbye Speech?

The Inky’s education reporter Kristen Graham is live-tweeting the Principals’ Convocation at Lincoln High and notes that Philadelphia School District Superintendent Arlene Ackerman delivered what […]

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Will Smith Working on New Album

Just because he’s from Philly doesn’t mean Will Smith can’t come back wearin’ the 4-5. The rapper/former sitcom star/box office sensation/celebudad has announced that he’s […]

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Anne Hathaway Reveals Her Inner Jersey Girl

In the September issue of Interview, Anne Hathaway divulges her former obsession with Jersey Shore and talks about how she relates—and doesn’t—to the show. Hathaway […]

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Philadelphia’s Map of Tax Delinquency

The folks at PlanPhilly and former Philadelphia Inquirer beat reporter Patrick Kerkstra (who’s also a Philly Mag and Philly Post contributor) have teamed up to […]