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  • Exploring The City of Brotherly Love (Part 3)
    Exploring The City of Brotherly Love (Part 3)
    Unique attractions and historically significant African-American sites are a big part of the Philadelphia story.One of the most impressive structures anywhere in America is Philadelphia’s City Hall. Still used today for the city’s...
  • Lots to See and Do in Philadelphia (Part 2)
    Lots to See and Do in Philadelphia (Part 2)
    In Part One of this series, we were just starting to delve into Philadelphia, something that oddly enough Benjamin Franklin, Rocky, Auguste Rodin, Wilt Chamberlain, Al Capone, and Kevin Bacon all have in common!Among the wealth of sites and...
  • "Train"-ing for the Cup: Why Amtrak has New York area hockey fans cheering
    "Train"-ing for the Cup: Why Amtrak has New York area hockey fans cheering
    The 2014-15 NHL season has begun. The quest for the most coveted trophy in all of North American sports, the Stanley Cup, has begun. For the New York/New Jersey area, no professional hockey fans are more loyal those of the New Jersey Devils, New...
  • Escape to Philadelphia!
    Escape to Philadelphia!
    What do Benjamin Franklin, Rocky, Auguste Rodin, Wilt Chamberlain, Al Capone, and Kevin Bacon all have in common? Philadelphia!The second largest city on the East Coast and the fifth largest in the nation, Philadelphia is a fascinating and...
  • BIIM
    SiriusXM Host "Up Close & Personal" Boyz II Men Philly High School Concert
    The Philadelphia High School for the Creative & Performing Arts (CAPA) has single-handedly served as a proving ground for some of America's best soul music talents. Famous CAPA alumni include Christian McBride, Joey DeFrancesco, Amel...
  • Guy in Yard
    Eager for Halloween Chills? Visit Philadelphia's Eastern State Penitentiary
    For Halloween chills and thrills, dare to wander the halls of the notorious Philadelphia Eastern State Penitentiary for its yearly Terror Behind the Walls.The event at the austere monolith prison divides the horror into six attractions: Lock Down,...
  • Lights Out For Iconic Philly Music Studio
    The Neon Light Goes Out At Philadelphia International Records
    The Philadelphia hit music machine that was Philadelphia International Records is about to fade into the history books. The iconic sign atop the studios that brought the world “The Sound of Philadelphia” has been removed and with it...
  • Sproles escapes serious injury
    Eagles get break with Sproles injury before bye week
    The Philadelphia Eagles had everything go right against the New York Giants on Oct. 12, with one exception. The only time the Eagles had anything to fear was when Darren Sproles went down with an apparent knee injury, which could have cost them...
  • Philadelphia marathon 2014
    Philadelphia marathon 2014
    Calling all fitness freaks and health nuts! The GORE-TEX® Philadelphia Marathon: City of Brotherly Run & Sisterly Endurance is going to be held on Sunday, November 23rd, 2014. The race weekend will last from Friday, November 21st until the...
  • Pomeranian stolen from home in PA reunited with owner
    Stolen dog reunited with owner after new owner recognizes dog in news
    A four year old Pomeranian is relaxing at home with her owner, Nia Kora, after a harrowing ordeal, according to The Inquirer. Chispa, or Chi-Chi, was stolen during a home burglary in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in July of 2014 and her owner has...
  • Giants to keep rolling?
    Will Eagles, Giants keep going in different directions?
    The Philadelphia Eagles and New York Giants started the season in very different directions. Yet as the Eagles and Giants prepare to meet on Oct. 12, the way they were going the first two weeks is quite different now. While Philadelphia is a...
  • Brews for Breast Benefit in Philly
    Brews for Breast Benefit this October 16th through 18th
    Honor Breast Cancer Awareness month by enjoying a food & drink tasting at Barren Hill Tavern & Brewery from Thursday, October 16th through Saturday, October 18th.Proceeds from each dinner sold will be donated to the Saison de Rose Fund at...
  • Murals and Mimosas Walking Tour this October 25
    Celebrates Mural Arts Month with a Murals and Mimosas Walking Tour
    October is Mural Arts Month...and as Philadelphia is known around the world for its mural arts program Square 1682 and Hotel Palomar Philadelphia have joined forces with Philadelphia Mural Arts to offer a walking tour this upcoming Oct. 25. This...
  • Special Whisky Event October 24 in Atlantic City
    Special Whiskey Pairing Dinner at Buddakan Atlantic City this October 24.
    Buddakan Atlantic City turns to Japanese while American whiskey wells run dry! There’s been whispers of a whiskey shortage in the US, so Buddakan Atlantic City has been stocking up on some rare imports for a special $85 dinner on October...
  • Data brief from National Center for health statistics under CDC
    Life expectancy reaches ‘record high’
    In 2011, life expectancy had remained the same as it was in 2010 (78.7 years). Has much changed since then? What about the leading causes of death? Have they changed?According to a data brief from the National Center for health statistics (NCHS),...