Jeremy Hellickson pitched into the sixth inning and drove in the go-ahead run with a two-run double to help the Philadelphia Phillies beat the bumbling Atlanta Braves 9-5 on Saturday night.
Philadelphia Phillies starting pitcher Vince Velasquez is one of the most intriguing names being talked about leading up to the Aug. 1 trade deadline. The door may be open for other teams to get involved in the sweepstakes, with Jerry...Show More Summary
Tyrell Jenkins earned his first career victory, pitching six innings and helping the Atlanta Braves beat the Philadelphia Phillies 2-1 on Friday night.
[guest post by JVW] Here are a couple of items of interest we can discuss as the Democrats pack up and leave Philadelphia: 1. Chuck Todd and his enablers at NBC News fall all over themselves to salute the Democrats on a supposedly “powerful” convention. They contrast what they declare was a unified party front […]
Taking a bus to Philadelphia so I could go on Tinder at the DNC is a little much, but this isn’t the first time I’ve done something just because it seemed vaguely funny in theory. Adventure and lust pushed me forward, and forward into adventure and lust did I most certainly tumble. I packed a […]
Chris Matthews meets up with MSNBC colleague Steve Kornacki at the steps of the Philadelphia Museum of Art to talk about what makes Philly, Philly.
Aaron Altherr and Maikel Franco homered, Aaron Nola won for the first time in eight starts and the Philadelphia Phillies beat the Atlanta Braves 7-5 on Thursday night.
Here's the rundown on all the highlights so far on the last day in Philadelphia.
A 2-acre plot of land is providing a dietary lifeline for a Philadelphia neighborhood that badly needs it. The plot, which was once a dumping ground, was taken over by the Philly Urban Creators in 2010 and transformed into an urban farm...Show More Summary
John Ainsworth, a commercial fisherman, traveled to Philadelphia from Rhode Island to protest outside of the Democratic National Convention because he was inspired by Bernie Sanders’ political revolution.
The hippies are back, smelly and useless as ever, summoned out from under their rocks by the communist promises of Bernie Sanders. They have gathered in Philadelphia, and for now
After 40 years of whooping it up for his beloved Philadelphia Phillies, the Phillie Phanatic is hanging 'em up at the end of the year, to the dismay of the city's passionate fans. But with the Today Show in town for the DNC, the Phanatic couldn't resist a farewell tour stop by the set —which totally freaked out Savannah Guthrie.
I BELIEVE THAT IN THE FUTURE A REFORMED, ENLIGHTENED "BLACK STUDIES PROGRAM" WILL ADOPT THIS MODEL CREATED BY "CONSTRUCTIVE FEEDBACK UNIVERSITY" - AS A MORE ACCURATE REPRESENTATION OF W.E.B. DuBois' "Duality Of The Negro" - BREAKINGShow More Summary
A. Trevor Thrall Politics, Americas The Dems in Philly aren’t doing any better than the GOP at promoting an image of unity. The Democrats in Philadelphia aren’t doing any better than the Republicans at promoting an image of unity. So far no one can make it through a speech without interruption from the Sanders supporters. Show More Summary
PHILADELPHIA—“I have to settle once and for all if Matt McGorry is actually sexy,” I heard a man tell his companion shortly after I arrived standing at NARAL Pro-Choice America’s “Men for Choice” event. “I think it’s the douchebag factor.” Read more...
A Democratic National Committee ‘seat-fillers’ advertising has been posted on the Philadelphia Craigslist, according to sightings of it by numerous Twitter users, and it comes just a day after the big D.N.C. convention walkout on Tuesday of delegates and supporters for Bernie Sanders. Show More Summary
President Barack Obama will take to the Democratic National Convention stage in Philadelphia on Wednesday night to push Hillary Clinton's case for the White House. Obama has made no secret of the fact that he thinks fighting for Clinton also means securing his own legacy. Show More Summary
Colin Jost and Michael Che, “Weekend Update” co-anchors on NBC’s “Saturday Night Live,” checked in with Bernie Sanders supporters at the DNC in Philadelphia. Here’s the clip …
“Mo Rocca takes a look at the unique sounds of Philadelphia” in this five-minute video clip for CBS. Bonus: he talks with an actual linguist, Meredith Tamminga; I’m pleased to say that I guessed correctly that, as her website puts it, “Tamminga is a Frisian surname.” (Via the Log.)
Things have gotten nasty in the presidential race between Trump and Clinton, but that's nothing compared to Philly cheesesteak versus NYC cheesecake.