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Brother To Black Folks: When The President Of The Federal Government Comes To Philly And Taunts The Republican Colonizer About The Strength Of The Economy On His Watch - AS A BLACK PERSON IN PHILLY WHO HAS INVESTED HIS VALUABLES INTO THIS MOMENT FOR %) Y


Former Dodgers pitcher Chad Billingsley signs with Phillies

14 hours agoSports / Baseball : Dodgers Now

Chad Billingsley is now officially a former Dodger, as the Philadelphia Phillies announced Thursday they signed the 30-year-old right-hander to a one-year contract guaranteed for $1.5 million.

Philly Fed: State Coincident Indexes increased in 46 states in December

From the Philly Fed: The Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia has released the coincident indexes for the 50 states for December 2014. In the past month, the indexes increased in 46 states and remained stable in four, for a one-month diffusion index of 94. Show More Summary

Are the Phillies Being Foolish in Stalling Cole Hamels Trade?

You might have noticed that the Cole Hamels Trade Countdown is stuck. It seemed to be steadily ticking down for a while there, but the Philadelphia Phillies have pushed the pause button. And not by accident. They appear to have a plan. Show More Summary

Did one Phillies beat writer plagiarize another?

We’re going down the plagiarism road again, and unfortunately, this is a situation that happens all too often these days in the day of aggregation. On Tuesday, Philadelphia Daily News Phillies beat writer Ryan Lawrence posted a column about a potential Jonathan Papelbon trade to the Milwaukee Brewers. Show More Summary

So Long New York: American Bible Society Heads to Philly

A year after putting its iconic building on the market, ABS exits the Big Apple after nearly two centuries. After nearly 200 years in New York City, the American Bible Society (ABS) is departing for Philadelphia, one of an increasing...Show More Summary

Jonathan Papelbon Trade Rumors: Latest Buzz, Speculation Surrounding Star

As the Philadelphia Phillies continue to offload some of their veteran assets, closer Jonathan Papelbon continues to find himself at the center of trade speculation. Todd Zolecki of has more on two teams continuing to show interest: The...Show More Summary

Philly Pizza Shop Offers Pay-It-Forward Pizza Program To Help The Homeless

A pizza shop in Philadelphia lets customers pre-purchase a slice of pizza that will be given to a person who cannot afford to buy their own. The post Philly Pizza Shop Offers Pay-It-Forward Pizza Program To Help The Homeless appeared first on The Good Men Project.

Timeline: 50 Years Of LGBT Rights

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Philadelphia's William Way LGBT Center has created a 50-year timeline of important moments in LGBT rights activism, starting with Philly's Annual Reminder Day protests, which launched on July 4, 1965. The 50th anniversary of the Annual...Show More Summary

Why the Philadelphia Eagles Absolutely Must Draft Trae Waynes

The Philadelphia Eagles need a cornerback. In fact, they probably need several. Never mind Philly’s defense has finished 32nd and 31st against the pass in consecutive seasons, which should serve as proof enough cornerback is an issue. Show More Summary

Philadelphia 76ers Rebuild Showing the Risks of Constant Losing

The Philadelphia 76ers had to know growing pains were ahead when they embarked on a long-term rebuilding plan. But they might not have expected them to hurt this much, this soon. The natives are restless in Philly, with last season's...Show More Summary

Rosario Dawson Speaks at MLK Jr. Day Lecture in Philly

Rosario Dawson gets animated on state during a discussion at the annual Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Lecture held at the Zellerbach Theater at Annenberg Center for the Performing Arts on Monday (January 19) in Philadelphia, Pa. The 35-year-old actress took to Instagram that day to express her gratitude toward the iconic civil rights leader. [...]

Sylvester Stallone Gave These Philly Fans The Best Rocky Experience Ever

Any Rocky fan who has ever visited Philadelphia will have almost certainly taken a photo at the top of the Philadelphia Museum's staircase, raising their arms in triumph for a photo op. But all of these Rocky inspired images will now...Show More Summary

Gang Of Friends Run Up Philly’s Famous ‘Rocky’ Steps And Bump Into A Sly Surprise

When Peter Rowe and his two friends from California paid a visit to Philadelphia, they saw the sights, ate the cheesesteaks, but they just couldn’t leave town without taking a brisk run up the intimidating steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art. Show More Summary

The Best Burgers in Philadelphia

Philly's been touted as something of a burger town of late. So when we struck out to find some of the city's best cheesesteaks and roast pork sandwiches, we gleefully added a hamburger hunt to the mix. Out of a whopping 16 candidates, here are the ones we're applauding today.

Boston Red Sox Rumors: Sox ‘Primary Suitors’ For Cole Hamels — But Cherington May Balk At Price

Boston Red Sox trade rumors have circled around Philadelphia Phillies lefty ace Cole Hamels at least since last summer, but as Red Sox General Manager Ben Cherington began to reconfigure the Boston starting rotation once the 2014 season ended, it appeared that his ambitions did not reach as high as perhaps fans had hoped. Show More Summary

Philly Fed: Manufacturing Activity Slowed in January, but Outlook Remains Strong

Manufacturers in the Philadelphia Federal Reserve Bank district reported somewhat slower growth in January. The composite index of general businessRead the Rest...

Cheaper Oil a Mixed Bag for Some Manufacturers, Philly Fed Survey Says

Some 63% of mid-Atlantic manufacturers said they’ve seen positive effects from cheaper oil, versus 16% who saw a negative impact, according to the Federal Reserve Bank of Philadelphia’s January business outlook survey.

Passenger Tips Philly Cab Driver Almost $1,000 For A Two-Minute Trip

It’s a dream come true for anyone who depends largely the generosity of others to make a living — land a huge tip for a small or otherwise not difficult job, and walk away happy. But one Philadelphia cab driver was so shocked by an almost $1,000 tip for a two-minute that he was more worried the passenger had made … [More]

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