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Arlene Ackerman is Our Rosa Parks?

The Inky’s education reporter Kristen Graham is live tweeting the special SRC meeting today. In the feed from earlier this morning, a gem in which […]

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New Eagle Asomugha on Sports Illustrated Cover

Nnamdi Asomugha—new Eagle and shut-down corner extraordinaire—will grace the cover of Sports Illustrated this week. This comes just a few short weeks after the cover […]

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Stephen Colbert Interviews a Vampire From Philly

Patrick Rodgers is a local man noted for foreclosing on Wells Fargo after they ignored his letters detailing a discrepancy in his mortgage. After successfully […]

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Blastein Buys Philly Inquirer’s Headquarters

Bart Blatstein—of Tower Investments Inc.—has agreed to purchase the 18-story building that houses the Inquirer, the Philadelphia Daily News and Philadelphia Media Network Inc. […]

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FOX 29 Reporter Attacked While On-Scene of Animal Hoarding Story

Last night police and the SPCA were at a house at Ninth and Shunk Streets to deal with a bizarre case of animal hoarding that […]

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Vick Discusses Anti-Dogfighting Bill on NPR

Many people aren’t thrilled with the tone of an interview Robert Seigel conducted on his “All Things Considered” program on NPR yesterday. Seigel had Eagles […]

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Does “Jersey Shore” Help Jersey’s Image?

A recent poll shows that people who have seen Jersey Shore may not have come away with a negative opinion about our summer getaway spot—or, […]

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Monkey Hangs Up on Ryan Seacrest and Smashes John Bolaris’ iPhone

Bubba the Monkey—yes, an actual monkey—had a little fun in the studio during WMMR’s Preston and Steve show this morning. Bubba hops around the desk […]

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Atlantic City Still Part of America’s Boardwalk Empire

Atlantic City was recently honored by National Geographic as it was named to the list of America’s top ten boardwalks. Other regional destinations that made […]

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Casey Anthony Is a Black Man in the Philly Burbs

The recent Casey Anthony verdict doesn’t sit well with some people and—as people tend to do—they’ve decided to blow off some steam by firing angry […]

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New Reality Show in Philly?

A local production company is currently working on getting a new reality show off the ground. The show, Gym Ratsz (no word on who picked […]

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“Travel + Leisure” Cannot Make Up Its Mind About Philadelphia

Travel + Leisure conducted its yearly survey of what Americans are saying about the nation’s largest cities. The results are in, and they don’t paint […]


Suburban Snacks: Perrier’s Spot Opens, Brick Oven Pizza for Media

Donald Groff was snapping photos at Georges Perrier’s Art of Bread when it opened yesterday at 7 a.m. Check out the menu of tartines, quiches […]

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Sarah Palin Has Arrived

It seems every journalist in Philadelphia trekked out in the heat to see if Sarah Palin would show up in our city as part of […]

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Bradley Cooper Loves His Mom

Before Cooper’s father passed away earlier this year, the Jenkintown native spent several months living with his parents in his hometown. Now, according to the […]