The legendary rock trio of Crosby, Stills & Nash will begin a U.S. tour on Thursday, June 6 at the Tower Theatre in Philadelphia. Tickets go on sale March 30 at 10 am.
Just last week, I was convinced it was too early to be concerned about the health of Chase Utley’s knee. Now that he is leaving camp to see a specialist, I’m not so sure.
An 8-1-1 record since March 1, coupled with a 4-5-1 record for the New York Rangers, has propelled the Philadelphia Flyers back into the race for the all-important Atlantic Division title.
Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are the two leading candidates in the GOP primary, but voters aren’t really excited about either one of them.
The Temple Owls haven’t played since they lost last Friday in the Atlantic 10 Tournament. Tonight, they face off against South Florida. See my take on the betting line – and that for the Flyers and Sixers this weekend.
File this one under the WTF category. Eric Banks, a Philadelphia man, had an inflatable penile device surgically inserted, but it didn’t work. First it wouldn’t deflate, then it wouldn’t inflate. And, even though he doesn’t have the malfunctioning device anymore, he can still proceed with his lawsuit.
Federal authorities arrested a Port Richmond man, accused of providing support and resources to a terrorist organization based in Uzbekistan.
On this day more than 2,000 years ago, Roman dictator Julius Caesar was stabbed to death by, among others, his friend Brutus. In “celebration,” March 15 should now be known as “Free Pass to Stab Someone in the Back Day.” Here are some suggestions for how famous Philadelphians can take advantage.
Rosario Dawson, a star on the Big Screen, was selected as the official spokesperson of National Train Day, which will be celebrated this year on Saturday, May 12. There are plenty of events at Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station.
In theory, Michael Nutter’s plan to ban feeding the homeless outdoors makes sense. It’s safer to feed the hungry indoors, where other services can be provided. But there are groups that think the plan is misguided, and the story is getting national coverage because of this.