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Dan Aykroyd Donates to Fund for Slain Philly Cop

Dan Aykroyd plans to make a donation to the family of a Philadelphia police officer killed in the line of duty. KYW-TV reports the actor made the announcement while visiting the Philadelphia Flower Show to promote his vodka company yesterday. Officer Robert Wilson III was buying a video game for...

Richard Avedon's Only US Exhibit Comes to Philly in April — Design News

Fashion and portrait photographer Richard Avedon will have an exhibit at Philadelphia's National Museum of American Jewish History. It consists of four portrait murals inspired by the revolutionary atmosphere of the 1960s and early 1970s, and a series of 68 portraits entitled The Family, originally published in Rolling Stone magazine on the eve of the 1976 election. READ MORE »

Philly Cop Killed: Philadelphia Cop Shot While Buying Present For Son [Video]

Police Officer Robert Wilson III entered a Northern Philadelphia GameStop on Thursday afternoon because he wanted to buy his nine-year-old son a video game. Philadelphia Police Commissioner Charles H. Ramsey said that the gift from Wilson was meant to be a reward for the little boy improving his school grades. Show More Summary

Results from Philadelphia

3 weeks agoSports / Boxing :

By John Di Santo/Philly Boxing History Lightweight Victor Vasquez, 20-7-1, 8 KOs, battered Jose Guzman, 5-9-1, and scored a TKO in round four. Referee Gary Rosato halted the bout at 2:59. No knockdowns. Welterweight Keenan Smith, 6-0,2 KOs, returned from … Continue reading ? The post Results from Philadelphia appeared first on Boxing News.

Drumming Differently: A Blizzard of Styles Flurry in the Philly “Snowlo”

A tech CEO drums in various styles during snowfall in Philadelphia. The post Drumming Differently: A Blizzard of Styles Flurry in the Philly “Snowlo” appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Alex Rodriguez vs. Phillies: Stats, Highlights, Reaction from Spring Training

Alex Rodriguez's long-awaited, much-anticipated 2015 debut for the New York Yankees happened on Wednesday at George Steinbrenner Field in a spring training game against the Philadelphia Phillies. He had three at-bats, going 1-for-2 with...Show More Summary

NL East 2015 Preview: Sleepers, X-Factors and Predictions

The National League East, a division owned by the Atlanta Braves for numerous years, has seen a variety of champions over the past four seasons. The Washington Nationals, Philadelphia Phillies and Braves have all had their share of the crown since 2010. Show More Summary

Why Major League Soccer Players Could Be on the Verge of a Major Work Strike

MLS is no worker's paradise for its talent. In the fall of 1969, a little over a year after Sports Illustrated dubbed him “Baseball’s Best Centerfielder,” Curt Flood was traded from the St. Louis Cardinals to the Philadelphia Phillies. Show More Summary

Eagles will release Trent Cole, according to report

The Philadelphia Eagles will part ways with Trent Cole, who has been with the team since 2005. The Philadelphia Eagles will release outside linebacker Trent Cole, according to Geoff Mosher of CSN Philly. Cole was not expected to play for the Eagles under the terms of his current contract. Show More Summary

Substantial Outfielder Shows Off Bat for Yankees

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Aaron Judge made a powerful impression with a three-run, ninth-inning homer as the Yankees began their exhibition season with a 5-5 tie against the Philadelphia Phillies in Clearwater, Fla.

Fit and Healthy, Former MVP Ryan Howard Angling for Late Career Rebirth in 2015

It was one game, two at-bats. Also, it's spring training. So take this with a boulder-sized grain of salt. Still, when it comes to Ryan Howard and the Philadelphia Phillies, any good news is welcome. On Tuesday, Howard delivered some...Show More Summary

Howard Gets 2 Hits in Spring Opener; Phils Tie Yanks 5-5

3 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Newly trim Ryan Howard singled in his first two at-bats of spring training, and the Philadelphia Phillies tied the New York Yankees 5-5 Wednesday in their spring training opener.

Blax News: Philadelphia District Attorney Tells The New Governor Of Pennsylvania: "Before You Try To Appeal To The 'Mumia Abu Jamal Crowd' By Halting The Death Penalty - Come To Philly And Create A Plan To Have The Street Pirates Stop Killing People"

Source: Progressive Governor Wolf's Death Penalty Moratorium ANALYSIS: DISTRICT ATTORNEY SETH WILLIAMS (D-PA) And His Position In Support Of The Penalty Ultimately Does Not Matter In The Larger Scheme Of Things. While His Daily Interactions With PAPERWORK, Documenting The Brutal Murders Of His Fellow Citizens May Have Touched Him............... Show More Summary

Philadelphia Sixers Waive JaVale McGee

The JaVale McGee Era in Philly did not last very long. According to multiple published reports, despite his stated wish to remain a Sixer, Philadelphia has cut ties with the The post Philadelphia Sixers Waive JaVale McGee appeared first on SLAMonline.

Phillies open spring training schedule with loss to a Division II college team

3 weeks agoSports : The Early Lead

The Philadelphia Phillies are not expected to be any good this year, a fact that was hammered home Sunday when they lost to a college team in their spring training opener. And it wasn’t even a Division I team but rather the Division II University of Tampa, which scored a 6-2 victory over the Phillies […]

Phillies Fall to College Team in 1st Spring Training Game

4 weeks agoSports / Baseball : Bats

Phillies starter Paul Clemens pitched two perfect innings, but Philadelphia lost to the University of Tampa 6-2 Sunday in the first spring training game for a major league team this year.

More talk in Philly that McCoy may be asked to take a pay cut

LeSean McCoy is one of the best running backs in the NFL. But he’s also one of the most expensive running backs in the NFL. And there’s talk in Philadelphia that the Eagles may conclude that McCoy isn’t worth the money he costs. McCoy has already been asked about it this offseason and responded that…

How Will the Philadelphia Eagles Replace Todd Herremans in 2015?

The Philadelphia Eagles released the longest-tenured member of their team today, as right guard Todd Herremans ' time in Philly came to an end after 10 seasons. Herremans, 32, was scheduled to earn $5.2 million in 2015, per Spotrac. That's a sizable amount for a veteran coming off easily the worst season of his career. Show More Summary

Philly Tankers Secures Charter Contracts for Two Newbuild Jones Act Product Tankers

Philly Tankers LLC has entered into binding long-term time charter contracts with a domestic end-user for the two 50,000 dwt product tankers it has on order with Aker Philadelphia Shipyard (AKPS). The post Philly Tankers Secures Charter Contracts for Two Newbuild Jones Act Product Tankers appeared first on gCaptain Maritime & Offshore News.

Filled Negro Says That He Never Felt Threatened By Having The "ISIS Recruit" Working In A Mall In Philly. The White Radicalized Republican Threat Throughout The Nation Is What Keeps Him Up Every Night


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