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Pope Francis' Philadelphia Visit: Festival Of Families Recap

Pope Francis’ visit to Philadelphia

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Many to blame in wake of Philadelphia Building Collapse

It’s now been several days since the

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Jay Z brings “Made in America” to Philly, ‘Fergie’ isn’t dead, ‘30 Rock’ plans final season

Jay Z brings “Made in America” to Philly

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ESPN awards Chickie's and Pete's 'Best Sports Bar in North America'

Well the Phillies didn’t win the World Series, and the

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‘Like Crazy’ opens 20th Annual Philadelphia Film Festival at University Of Penn

The red carpet was laid down, the drinks were flowing, and a very elegant regal atmosphere showered the halls of the Annenberg Center for Performing Arts at University of Penn Thursday night.

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5.8 Earthquake Hits Philadelphia and East Coast, but many didn't feel anything

There have been people who have lived their entire lives in Philadelphia, and they never experienced the earthquake Tuesday afternoon that registered 5.9 on the Richter Scale.

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Wrecking Ball delivers first hit on demolition of Philadelphia's Wachovia Spectrum

For those of you wondering if the Spectrum was ever actually going to start being demolished, wonder no more.

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Gino's Burgers and Chicken Returns with Franchise Opportunities in Philadelphia

On December 30th 2009, a single line from The Philadelphia Inquirer started a frenzy around the area that has only gotten bigger since the announcement. So what exactly WAS this eye grabbing headliner? Gino's Hamburgers to make a comeback

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FirstGlance Film Festival in Philadelphia

The 12th annual FirstGlance Independent Film Festival  kicked off on Thursday, October 22nd and ran through Sunday, October 25th in The Franklin Institute in Philadelphia. The event took place at Franklin Theater and debuted more than 34 projects, and an online short film competition.

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Septa on Strike and why the union is wrong on this one

Well it's official. Septa went on strike at 3:00 AM on Tuesday November 3rd.  Both the city and the union should be ashamed that things have come to this because it leaves 1 million plus riders in a bind, who now more than ever desperately need Septa to get to and from work. The union claims the city gave them the cold shoulder once the Phillies games were played.

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