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March 20, 2014

The Big 5 In The Big Dance: St. Joe’s And Villanova Both Play Tonight In A Philly Hoops Doubleheader In The NCAA Tournament Round Of 64

Look alive, college basketball fans! The 2014 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament’s Round of 64 begins this afternoon — and Philly is well represented this year with two Big 5 schools, Villanova University and Saint Joseph’s University, both qualifying for the exciting post-season hoops action. Both teams are in the East region of the bracket and face […]

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June 21, 2013

Roundup: Our Top Picks For The Best Barbecue In And Around Philadelphia

Make no bones about it: Philadelphia has some of the sauciest, smokiest ribs and sweetest, tangiest chicken around. A perfect food for picnics and outdoor eats, barbecue is made for digging in and getting sticky. Whether it’s a box of baby backs from a takeout spot, or an authentic Texas-style brisket on a picnic table, […]

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May 28, 2013

Hey Sports Fans! The Phillie Phanatic To Appear At The Independence Visitor Center During A Free Phillies Celebration, Today, May 28

To kick off the sale of Phillies tickets at the Independence Visitor Center, the Phillies and the IVC are hosting a free celebration today, May 28 from 11 a.m. until noon, featuring a very special fan favorite: the Phillie Phanatic! The Phanatic will make his way through the Visitor Center, interacting with fans and decked […]

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May 13, 2013

Deal Feed: Get $10 Off Tickets To See The Philadelphia Union Face Landon Donovan And The L.A. Galaxy This Wednesday, May 15 At PPL Park

There’s no Philly sports experience quite like attending a Philadelphia Union game at PPL Park — and spring is the perfect time to catch the team in action. Sitting on the banks of the Delaware River while watching professional soccer alongside thousands of raucous Union supporters is a must-do for any sports fan. This Wednesday, […]

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April 11, 2013

Jay-Z’s “Made In America” Music Festival 2013 Lineup Includes Headliners Beyonce, Phoenix, Nine Inch Nails And Many More

As we mentioned earlier this week, Jay-Z’s Made in America Music Festival is returning to Benjamin Franklin Parkway for Labor Day Weekend 2013. Yesterday, the festival released its musical lineup and, much like last year, it features a wide range of artists representing many different genres — from underground sensations to pop music superstars. Speaking […]

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March 25, 2013

Photo Of The Day: La Salle Advances To The Sweet 16 On A Game-Winning Shot Famously Dubbed The “Southwest Philly Floater”

Last night, the 13-seed La Salle Explorers advanced to the Sweet 16 of the NCAA Tournament, by taking down 12-seed Ole Miss in a nail-biter 76-74. The game came down to the final seconds, with the score tied at 74 and La Salle had a chance to hit a game-winning shot. After running the clock […]

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March 20, 2013

Our Top Picks For How To Celebrate March Madness In Philadelphia During Opening Week Of The 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament

The 2013 NCAA Tournament is underway this week and Philadelphia is getting into the March Madness spirit. As a host of several second- and third-round games, the city is buzzing with college hoops excitement. Read on for a few prime ways to enjoy the fun. • Watch games in person: The Wells Fargo Center is […]

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March 20, 2013

New At Citizens Bank Park For 2013: Federal Donuts, A Brand-New Beer Garden, Free Wi-Fi And More

With the regular season starting in just a few short weeks, exciting news has been rolling in from Citizens Bank Park. Fans attending Phillies games during the upcoming 2013 season can look forward to many new menu options and guest amenities at the park. Check out a few of the highlights below. Federal Donuts and […]

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March 18, 2013

Celebrate March Madness With National Bracket Day At The Shops At Liberty Place, Today, March 18 At Noon

The 2013 NCAA Men’s Basketball Tournament field is set and the Shops at Liberty Place is celebrating with National Bracket Day. A massive bracket standing at 20 feet tall by 20 feet wide and 20 feet long currently stands in the Liberty Place rotunda, and starting today, the huge board will be populated with all […]

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March 5, 2013

Reading Terminal Market Debuts Food Chain, A New Public Art Installation Now On Display

Reading Terminal Market’s new art installation is officially on view. Appropriately titled Food Chain, the piece is With Art Philadelphia’s first public art installation and was created by artist, textile designer and author/illustrator, Alex Stadler of stadler-Kahn. Food Chain is constructed out of polychromed papier mache and carved Styrofoam and is the first of several […]

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