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Philly's Hate-Crime Solving Twitter Hero Gives Interview on The View

Late this morning, @FanSince09, the anonymous Twitter user who last month helped solve an anti-gay hate crime in Philadelphia, appeared on The View for an interview with Rosie O'Donnell. Read more...

Victor Cruz hospitalized in Philly after knee injury

Even though Philadelphia wasn’t very hospitable to the Giants, one of them stayed an extra night. Of course, Giants wide receiver Victor Cruz was in a hospital, after suffering a torn patellar tendon in last night’s shutout loss. He was held overnight, as is expected to return to New York today. “Incredibly huge loss,’’ Giants…

Philadelphia sports talk host celebrates Victor Cruz injury

You stay classy Philadelphia. In a move that makes cheering an injured Michael Irvin seem tame, a loudmouth Philly sports talk host hit a new low Sunday night after Giants wide reciever blew out his knee in the third quarter in what is being diagnosed as a torn patellar tendon.

Philly radio guy celebrates Victor Cruz’s devastating knee injury

Mike Missanelli is one of your typical sports radio bros who works for 97.5 FM in Philadelphia.  You might recall that he’s the guy who made some defamatory remarks about Michelle Beadle last year.  Or you might remember him as the guy who was suspended over homophobic e-mails that made their way public. Show More Summary

Eagles make giant tifo, fans hold it wrong

You had one job! The Philadelphia Eagles went to a lot of effort to ensure their crowd had a big beautiful tifo to welcome the New York Giants. There was just one problem -- the order was all messed up. C'mon now Philly. We're talking about four panels, it's not exactly an Ikea bookshelf.

Phillies Pitcher Jonathan Papelbon Makes Guest Appearance on 'College GameDay'

When eccentric Philadelphia Phillies pitcher Jonathan Papelbon was announced as the guest picker on ESPN's College GameDay, many baseball fans surely tuned in to see what surprises he had in store. Expectations were high: I'm shocked...Show More Summary

Giants Insider: ‘Philly guy’ Jameel McClain knows Big Blue boos are coming

Giants linebacker Jameel McClain, who grew up in Philadelphia, knows exactly what to expect on Sunday night at Lincoln Financial Field against the Eagles. And it almost certainly means his mother will take some heat.

Filled-Negro Says These Latest 4 Atrocities In Philly Prove That The Right Wing Has Taken Away "Social Justice" For Black People And That It Will Take Another 40 Years Of Progressive Voting To Restore What Was Stolen

The Four Murder Victims Identified By The Philadelphia Police Are NOT The "4 Atrocities" That Caused Filled Negro To Reconsider His Values For Most People THIS Would Be The "4 Atrocities In Philly" That Would Compel Them To See ThatShow More Summary

America's Ugliest Accent: Boston vs. Chicago, Philly vs. Pittsburgh

2 months agoPop Culture / Celebrity : Gawker

The second round of Gawker's America's Ugliest Accent tournament kicks off right now. Who's worse: Boston or Chicago? Which is uglier, Philadelphia or Pittsburgh? Vote here! Read more...

Philly Gay Bashing Victims Break Silence: “A Simple ‘Sorry’ Would’ve Went A Long Way”

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Queerty

The two victims in Philadelphia’s Sept. 11th gay bashing have spoken out for the first time since they were released from the hospital last month. In a statement read at a “Love Over Hate” rally at the Bucks County Courthouse Wednesday, the victims, who still choose to remain unidentified, said “a simple, I’m sorry, would’ve […]

Philly Gay Bash Victims Speak Out For the First Time Since Attack: VIDEO

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

At a "Love Over Hate" rally at the Bucks County Courthouse Wednesday, the two men brutally attacked during last month's gay bashing in Center City, Philadelphia spoke out for the first time via a statement read by organizers, The Intelligencer...

St. Louis Rams vs. Philadelphia Eagles: What Are Experts Saying About Philly?

The Philadelphia Eagles are one of the NFL's biggest enigmas in 2014. Despite very poor O-line play and several quarters without any production on offense, they lead the NFC East and sit 3-1. They are ranked by ESPN as the sixth-best...Show More Summary

What's Wrong With LeSean McCoy?

2 months agoSports : Deadspin

Philadelphia is 3-1 and at the top of the NFC East, but you wouldn't know it by looking at the stat line of its star, LeSean McCoy. In Philly's last two games, Shady's totaled 37 rushing yards on 39 touches, and no receptions. Through four games last season, McCoy had 468 yards on the ground. Show More Summary

Phillies' Chase Utley lists Philadelphia penthouse for rent

Chase Utley, the former UCLA baseball product and decorated shortstop for the Philadelphia Phillies, is trying his hand at a new position this off-season: landlord.

Washington Nationals Set MLB Record for Single-Season Strikeout-to-Walk Rate

The Washington Nationals pitching staff finished the regular season with 3.66 strikeouts for every walk allowed, breaking the 2012 Philadelphia Phillies' major-league record of a 3.39 strikeout-to-walk ratio, per MLB Stat of the Day. In...Show More Summary

This day in baseball history — Tigers spoil the party in New York

(Paul Mirengoff) The 1964 baseball season is best remembered for the collapse of the Philadelphia Philliesthe result of an 10 game losing streak to close out September. But it should also be remembered for three remarkable surges:...Show More Summary

December Court Date Set For Three Charged in Philly Gay Bashing: VIDEO

2 months agoLGBT / Gay : Towleroad

The three suspects charged in the September 11 attack on a gay couple in City Center, Philadelphia will not face a preliminary hearing in court until December 16, according to NBC 10 News. The defendants, 26-year-old Kevin Harrigan, 24-year-old Kathryn...

This day in baseball history — Cards move into first place

(Paul Mirengoff) On September 30, 1964, the St. Louis Cardinals completed a three-game sweep of the Philadelphia Phillies. By doing so, they moved into sole possession of first place, as the Cincinnati Reds lost 1-0 to the Pittsburgh Pirates in 16 innings. Show More Summary

Philly police officer injured after fight with male cop: report

The female officer was transported to a hospital for treatment after apparently punched in the face by a male officer during what started as an argument, NBC Philadelphia reported.

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