The best there never was: After a record streak, a blown call ended the 1979-80 Flyers’ quest for a third Stanley Cup
Pat Quinn's team went unbeaten for 35 games, and seemed invincible. But they came up short. First of a six-part series on the best teams to never win a championship.
At Mifflin Tavern, the word “Doc’s” etched into the transom and the decidedly Pennsport crowd — all Flyers gear and hoagiemouth — are the last visible vestiges of the bar's legacy.
The cross streets of Sixth and Market, where the naming ceremony was held, represented not freedom, but enslavement for nine people who worked in George Washington’s household there.
Sammy Davis Jr., Charley Pride follow two different paths to fame in ‘American Masters’ documentaries
Both succeeded in an era where African American performers faced restrictions their white peers didn't.
Egypt's Interior Ministry says a suicide bomber killed two police officers and wounded three more while he was being pursued near Cairo's famed Khan el-Khalili tourist marketplace
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