The Showtime hit “The Borgias” is about to start a new season, and to help promote it, they’ve gone and given Philadelphia an absolutely far-fetched, totally unfounded label. We can’t actually be that greedy, can we?
If you’re not already excited about the 2012 Major League Baseball season, you will be now. ARAMARK spent all off-season creating new varieties of…wait for it…gourmet nachos for Citizens Bank Park.
London once tried something similar to this – for real. So many pedestrians were bumping into lampposts that the government covered all impediments along one road with white padding.
Just two years ago, the two Philadelphia newspapers were purchased for $139 million. Four years before that, they were sold for $515 million. Now, a local group is rolling the dice for $55 million. Here’s to hoping it works out.
Love it or hate it, scrapple is unique to our region. But is it worth traveling for? One website says it is, putting it on its list of “18 American Foods You Have to Travel For.”
A Dallas, Pa., man said he didn’t know he had firecrackers in his carry-on bag at the Philadelphia airport. But between him and the scary JetBlue pilot, let’s review the rules.
People who teach English to foreign students are gathering at the Pennsylvania Convention Center for the next few days. So watch your language this weekend – seriously.
We still have the same government standards that allowed pink slime in the first place. And let’s face it: Meat of any kind is disgusting, if you study it too much.
The local theater is getting a mutli-million dollar expansion, thanks in large part to money raised by heiress Dorrance Hamilton. They’ll name the place in her honor, and we’ve got some new play ideas to give thanks, too.
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