Tuesday, November 20, 2012


  • Philadelphia document dealer selling Lincoln's Civil War blockade proclamation ...

    The document, which has been owned by a private collector who wishes to remain anonymous, was exhibited recently at museums including the National Constitution Center in Philadelphia and the Abraham Lincoln Presidential Museum and Library in ...


  • Eagles ending Reid era almost as badly as Kotite era

    The Philadelphia Eagles have never had a losing streak under Andy Reid like the one they are on right now. The Eagles' current six-game losing streak is the worst in the Reid era and will surely get him fired, as it is Philadelphia's greatest skid ...


  • Should the Philadelphia Phillies Trade Pitching to Fix Other Major Holes?

    The Philadelphia Phillies have quite a few holes to fill on their roster before next season. General manager Ruben Amaro Jr.


  • Toronto Raptors (3-7) at Philadelphia 76ers (6-4), 7 p.m. (ET)

    The Philadelphia 76ers haven't blown the doors off scoring- wise this season, but a stingy defense has them two games over .500.


  • Eagles, Patriots pay for leaving McCoy, Gronkowski in too long

    The Philadelphia Eagles and New England Patriots had been the gold standard for the NFL in the last decade. Yet New England is now en route to another Super Bowl run while Philadelphia is imploding - but each of them are paying for a similar late ...


  • West Side/ East Side: The Bynum Conundrum

    Unlike Philadelphia, the Orlando Magic do have a history of signing major free agents. They landed Grant Hill and Tracy McGrady, back when that was considered a big deal.


  • Will Stanford's David Shaw Be the Next Head Coach of the Philadelphia Eagles?

    While speculation has turned to the University of Oregon's Chip Kelly as a candidate for the head coaching job with the Philadelphia Eagles, the man who defeated Kelly's Ducks on Saturday should also get some consideration. Stanford head coach David ...


  • Philadelphia continues to take their message to Mayor Nutter

    PHILADELPHIA, Nov. 19, 2012 -- /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Thousands of Philadelphians, representing a cross-section of the city took their message of "enough is enough" to Mayor Michael Nutter at the Kimmel Center.


  • Andrew Bynum writes latest chapter

    Just when Andrew Bynum started to make his way back to the Sixers' roster, he suffered a setback to his knee -- while bowling.


  • Eagles down to bottom five of Week 12 NFL power rankings

    The Philadelphia Eagles are plummeting deeper down the NFL power rankings with every loss. After their 31-6 defeat to the lowly Washington Redskins on Nov. 18, it was tempting to put the Eagles right in the basement of the power rankings for Week 12.


  • 'Revolution' Recap: Philadelphia Freedom

    Before we get into the real meat and potatoes of this episode (the gang make their way through the Philadelphia underground, experiencing hallucinations along the way.


  • Film officials shoot for bigger Pa. tax credit

    PHILADELPHIA (AP) - The state could see a lot more lights, cameras, action and jobs if lawmakers expand the $60 million film tax credit, Pennsylvania film officials say.


  • Philadelphia and Phoenix Top List of Busy Airport Lounges This Thanksgiving ...

    With U.S. internal flights predicted to be 90% full and airports crammed to capacity, stressed travelers seeking a little peace and relaxation in airport VIP lounges this Thanksgiving may want to take their seats a little earlier - particularly in ...


  • Why Philadelphia Flyers Could Have Won the 2012 Cup without Injuries

    The Philadelphia Flyers were built to compete in the playoffs and should of hoisted the 2012 Stanley Cup. So, what went so wrong that sent the Flyers home after the second round of the playoffs?


  • Reports: Flyers' Giroux injures neck

    That's the concern for Philadelphia Flyers star Claude Giroux, who is returning to the United States after suffering an injury on a check to his head.


  • Reading Phillies change name to Reading Fightin Phils

    The Philadelphia Phillies' Double-A affiliate will have a brand new look next season, changing their name, uniforms, and logos to launch a new identity as the Reading Fightin Phils.


  • In Philadelphia, vacant lots go green

    The Philadelphia project was the centerpiece on Monday of a Medical College of Wisconsin anti-violence event called "Planting the Seeds of Environmental Interventions: an Evidence-Based Approach to Reduce Violence.


  • Raptors-76ers Preview

    While the Philadelphia 76ers have held their own thus far, steady production from Evan Turner could make them all the more formidable.


  • Archbishop Ryan Academy for the Deaf celebrates a century of educating

    Nishma Reyes' trip to school starts at 6:45 a.m., and it takes her an hour to get to Archbishop Ryan Academy for the Deaf in the Juniata Park section of Philadelphia. Nishma, 11, thinks it's worth it. So do her parents, Angel and Betzaida, who moved ...


  • Marcellus-Related Benefits Expanding Across Philadelphia Region

    And the momentum continued last week when the MSC partnered with the Community College of Philadelphia last week for a supply chain and workforce development forum.


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