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Open Thread: Week 15 Early Games

The Eagles won’t take the field until the sun has set, but we’ve got a novel way for you to kill that time: with more […]

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NFC East Roundup: Everyone’s Alive, No One’s Good

While Chip Kelly‘s team sits in third place in the worst division in the NFL, the Eagles do have life. As the Philadelphia Inquirer’s Bob […]

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NFL Open Thread: Week 12 Sunday Games

Although the Eagles may have ruined your Thanksgiving, they don’t play today so you can watch a full day of games stress-free.

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Eagles Could Face Rams In London In 2016

The NFL announced its slate for the 2016 iteration of the International Series in London on Wednesday, and it appears the Eagles might be ticketed […]


Something Might Be Happening With the Frankford Chocolate Factory

Oh, snap. The Frankford Chocolate Factory on Washington Avenue – between 21st and 22nd Streets if you’re unfamiliar with the site (map) – has been purchased. According to […]


Spotted in the Italian Market: 9th and Washington Project Inches Forward

Zoom in just a tad and you’ll recognize the spot: The Anastasi Seafood restaurant, nestled between 9th and Darien Streets, looks out to whirring Washington Avenue, […]


Broad and Washington, Neighborhood Unity Discussed in Hawthorne

Entering the Hawthorne Cultural Center at 12th and Carpenter on Tuesday night made the newly arrived autumn coolness feel good, as opposed to a dread-ridden prelude […]

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NFC East Roundup: Eli Looks Elite Again

After five weeks, the NFC East is nearly as tight as is mathematically possible. Here’s what local and national media are saying about the rest […]

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Eagle Eye: Jordan Reed Is Breaking Out

The third-most prolific tight end in the National Football League isn’t a member of the old guard like Antonio Gates or Jimmy Graham, nor a […]

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Press Coverage, Ep. 4: Who Owns the East?

In the fourth episode of Press Coverage, Tim and Josh pose the question: Who’s the top dog in the uneven NFC East? They also look […]


D.C., NYC Are Starting to Freak Out About the Pope’s Visit

We here in Philadelphia have been at it a while. Pope Francis was installed in March 2013. Immediately after, Philadelphia archbishop Charles Chaput said he […]

City Life

Washington D.C. Is Still Trolling Philadelphia

Seems folks in Washington D.C. can’t get enough of tweaking the rubes in Philadelphia. Days after the Washington Post declared that Philly “risks reinforcing its […]


Chef Jennifer Carroll Lands in D.C.

For those who had Jennifer Carroll opening a restaurant in D.C. with Mike Isabella, head to the betting window and collect your winnings. Today, Carroll and […]


The Battle for the Soul of Washington Avenue

Washington Avenue is not a Market Street or a Broad Street or even a Baltimore Avenue. The New York Times has never recommended, as it […]


South Philly ReStore to Get Two-Day Grand Opening with “Fun Day” Events

Its celebratory, two-part introduction to Point Breeze isn’t the only reason for why you should be getting pumped about the new Habitat for Humanity ReStore at 2318 […]