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Also in Tattle: Harrison Ford in crash, TBS lures Bee with money, more Cosby accusers, Kelly Clarkson will not be fat-shamed and Chris Brown
Marcus Hayes: The recent parade of Philadelphia sports stars leaving town should be no surprise.
John Smallwood: Instead of backing away from the pressure on the Union, Curtin embraces it.
Bob Cooney: A grueling 82-game schedule is hurting pro basketball players more than anything else.
Houston is proving that acquiring prospects for veterans might not be the best way to overhaul a squad.
Running without endorsements or much money, former mayoral spokesman Doug Oliver hangs his hopes on the millennials. (Uh-oh)
I FOUND OUT that my brother had committed suicide from my mother. It was hard, particularly when I saw how devastated and small she looked sitting on the living room couch, as if the life had been siphoned from her in one inhuman pull.
Paul Dennhardt’s the guy to call when your Shakespeare production needs a little punch — and a lot of swordplay
Q: Valentine's Day was awful. Besides a few texts, I got nothing. It's been a hard winter. Whenever it snows, this guy I'm talking to invites himself over. But afterward when he leaves, I feel used.
Pharrell: Steal? Me? No! This "Blurred Lines" trial is giving us an inside look at how songwriters write and record. Pharrell Williams was in the hot seat Wednesday, telling the court that while he may have been "channeling . . . that late
It was the night of the "Fight of the Century," March 8, 1971 - Muhammad Ali and Joe Frazier going 15 rounds in Madison Square Garden, millions hunkered in front of TVs and radios. But not eight young activists in Media, just outside Philadelphia. This group of college-age kids, a professor, young parents were picking locks and rifling file cabinets at a regional office of the Federal Bureau of Investigation.
What are Dev Patel and Dame Maggie Smith doing in a Mustang convertible, rolling down Route 66, the radio blasting George Thorogood and the Destroyers? That's how The Second Best Exotic Marigold Hotel begins - determined to throw audiences enamored with The Best Exotic Marigold Hotel wildly off their guard. Instead of dodging moto-rickshaws in bustling Jaipur, India, the stars are rocketing the blacktop en route to San Diego. What gives?
Here's a job Neill Blomkamp will never have: making ads for the South African tourism industry. In the director's 2009 feature debut, District 9, Johannesburg is a place of barbed-wire shantytowns, sooty skies, violent divides between classes and races (a
Question: My sister "Rhonda" is about to give birth to her third child. I have a 1-year-old. During most of this pregnancy, my sister has acted almost as if she hates me. She is increasingly argumentative, taking offense over seemingly innocuous conversation. It leaves me feeling crazy.
Trying to figure out Chip Kelly's plan for the Eagles is like trying to put together a jigsaw puzzle.
Larry Bowa tapped his knuckles on the wooden bench in the visiting dugout.
Q: Valentine's Day was awful. Besides a few texts, I got nothing. It's been a hard winter. Whenever it snows, this guy I'm talking to invites himself over. But afterward when he leaves, I feel used.
Paul Dennhardt’s the guy to call when your Shakespeare production needs a little punch — and a lot of swordplay
I FOUND OUT that my brother had committed suicide from my mother. It was hard, particularly when I saw how devastated and small she looked sitting on the living room couch, as if the life had been siphoned from her in one inhuman pull.
Running without endorsements or much money, former mayoral spokesman Doug Oliver hangs his hopes on the millennials. (Uh-oh)
Houston is proving that acquiring prospects for veterans might not be the best way to overhaul a squad.
Bob Cooney: A grueling 82-game schedule is hurting pro basketball players more than anything else.
John Smallwood: Instead of backing away from the pressure on the Union, Curtin embraces it.
Marcus Hayes: The recent parade of Philadelphia sports stars leaving town should be no surprise.
Also in Tattle: Harrison Ford in crash, TBS lures Bee with money, more Cosby accusers, Kelly Clarkson will not be fat-shamed and Chris Brown
Also: Joe Sestak’s bobos, Lynne’s petitions and the old guys behind the young guys.
Reader who worked part time in Philly 8 years ago just got a notice of taxes due, then was treated badly on the phone.
The Bus Stop shoe boutique sells small-label brands you can’t find in department stores. Now it’s launching its first collection.
Trying to figure out Chip Kelly's plan for the Eagles is like trying to put together a jigsaw puzzle.
 
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