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Mike Muscala, 76ers denounce father's offensive tweets

76ers forward Mike Muscala released a statement on Saturday alongside Philadelphia general manager Elton Brand denouncing offensive tweets sent by his father, Bob Muscala.            [Author: Time]
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Check Out Week 5 Of The Money Diaries Savings Challenge & Save More Than $600

Managing your finances can be a pretty personal project, but when I was writing Refinery29 Money Diaries, I was really inspired by the idea of women connecting online and IRL to cheer each other on as we all try to achieve the same goal: getting more comfortable with managing our money.With that in mind, I've developed this savings challenge that you can follow along with here, in the book, and in our Facebook group. The challenges I'm going to be sharing over the next six weeks aren't always e...
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Report: Dirt bikers ride through Philadelphia to honor slain friend

6ABC reported that the ride - which included several hundred riders - was in memory of Kyrell Tyler, a stunt rider with a large following on Instagram
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TV Best Bet: NBA season starts on Tuesday, Lakers play Thursday

NBA Tuesday : Philadelphia at Boston (5 p.m.), Oklahoma City at Golden State (7:30 p.m.), TNT. Wednesday : New Orleans at Houston (5 p.m.), Dallas at Phoenix (7:30 p.m.), ESPN; Denver at Clippers (7:30 p.m.), Prime Ticket. Thursday : Lakers at Portland (7:30 p.m.), TNT. Reggie Miller, the pride of Riverside and UCLA and still despised by Knicks fan Spike Lee, is stepping out of the usual lanes when it comes to the NBA 2018-19 season. It starts this week with TNT airing a doubleheader Tuesday and...
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In the age of Xfinity Live, remembering an earlier Philadelphia ballpark bar | Frank's Place

When you walked into Charlie Quinn's Deep Right Field Cafe, the small tavern across 20th Street from Connie Mack Stadium, the scent of history and spilled beer smacked you in the face.
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Feel Like You Live for the Weekend? Small Ways to Recharge During Your Week

So many people feel like they just need to get through their workweek so they can finally relax and unwind on the weekend. They feel like they’re running on a treadmill they can’t get off from Monday to Friday, and on Saturday and Sunday, they can finally collapse on the couch or actually have fun. One reason we feel this way is that we don’t have clear boundaries between work and home, so the weekend is when we let ourselves be “off,” said Alicia Hodge, Psy.D, a licensed psychologist and speake...
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NHL Short Notes

SATURDAY’S RESULTS Home Team in Caps Edmonton 2, NY RANGERS 1 Vegas 1, PHILADELPHIA 0 OTTAWA 5, Los Angeles 1 BOSTON 8, Detroit 2 Carolina 5, MINNESOTA 4 (OT) TAMPA BAY 8, Columbus 2 Vancouver 3, FLORIDA 2 Toronto 4, WASHINGTON 2 MONTREAL 4, Pittsburgh 3 (SO) NASHVILLE 5, NY Islanders 2 DALLAS 5, Anaheim 3 CHICAGO 4, St. Louis 3 (OT) Buffalo 3, ARIZONA 0 Calgary 3, COLORADO 2 (OT) Continue reading "NHL Short Notes"
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Concert Review: Gorillaz Say Goodbye to Touring – Maybe – at Opening Show in Philly

Damon Albarn likes sending mixed messages. Take what’s going on with his now 20-year-old, dub-pop-hop cartoon act, Gorillaz. Before the start of Gorillaz’s arena-sized “The Now Now Tour” — which had its U.S. debut at Philadelphia’s Wells Fargo Center on Thursday (Oct. 11) — Albarn announced everything from a new Gorillaz album for 2019, to […]
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The Ultimate Guide to Katharine Hepburn's Style

We've been breaking down our list of 16 classic fashion icons everyone should know. Last week, we covered Lucille Ball, queen of American entertainment. This week, we're going back to the 1940s to take a look at one of cinema's greatest stars, Katharine Hepburn. View the original article to see embedded media. Katharine is the most decorated actor in Oscars history! She's a movie legend and pioneered a new movement in women's fashion. Keep reading to find out more about her career, accomplishmen...
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Golden Knights Defense Needs Schmidt Back

If you’re feeling sluggish, the right remedy is to take steps one by one to identify what the cause is, then make adjustments. Not enough sleep? More vitamins? Fewer carbs? A little more exercise? Please, not more exercise, anything but that… The Vegas Golden Knights are not off to a good start in any area and the trick is the same – identify the biggest problem and correct it. And the major problem is obvious – DEFENSE. On the way to last year’s surprising run to the Stanley Cup Final, Vegas pl...
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This week in Philly sports: Markelle Fultz and Jayson Tatum, Gritty's debut, and everything else you missed

Here's what you might have missed this week in Philadelphia sports.
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U.S. attorney vows measures to stop safe injection site plan, says he 'won't look the other way'

U.S. Attorney William M. McSwain said his office is already reviewing options to stop plans to open what could be the nation's first safe injection site in Philadelphia - ranging from potentially seeking court orders to bar the facility's opening to initiating criminal forfeiture proceedings against the operation. Arrests could be a possibility, too.
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Serena Williams talks motherhood, insecurities at conference

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Serena Williams has opened up about parenting, motherhood and her own insecurities during a women’s conference in Philadelphia. The tennis star was one of a number of speakers Friday at the Pennsylvania Conference for Women. She told the group of about 10,000 attendees: “I always have these insecurities that I’m not good […]
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'They hit it out of the park.' The eye-opening wonders of a blind Philadelphia workforce | Maria Panaritis

You wouldn't believe what these blind workers in the Philadelphia area can do in front of a computer screen. And yet, far too many are being ignored by big businesses. That must come to an end right now, writes Maria Panaritis.
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Bill Cosby switches up legal team with appeal looming

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Bill Cosby is switching up his legal team as he looks to appeal his conviction and three- to 10-year sentence in his Pennsylvania sex assault case. A court filing Friday says the 81-year-old Cosby is replacing the suburban Philadelphia lawyer who handled his sentencing with a pair of criminal defense attorneys. Joseph […]
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Eagles got their swagger back against the Giants

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The champions got their swagger back. After a pair of tough losses, the Philadelphia Eagles rebounded with a dominant performance on the road against a division rival and dismissed talk of a Super Bowl hangover. Carson Wentz and Co. aren’t going anywhere. They proved it in a 34-13 victory over the New […]
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Q&A: New Yorker cartoonist Roz Chast talks toons, Trump and drawing with sensitivity

The cartoonist will be in Philadelphia on Wednesday to receive Moore College's Visionary Woman Award.
Tags: Philadelphia, Incidents, Trump, Roz Chast, Moore College


In the age of Xfinity Live, remembering an earlier Philadelphia ballpark bar | Frank's Place

When you walked into Charlie Quinn's Deep Right Field Cafe, the small tavern across 20th Street from Connie Mack Stadium, the scent of history and spilled beer smacked you in the face.
Tags: Philadelphia, Incidents, Charlie Quinn


NHL Rumors: Canadiens, Canucks, Jets, More

In today’s rumor rundown, the Montreal Canadiens are playing let’s make a deal, the Canucks are not taking any shortcuts and staying status quo on the management side of things, the New York Rangers aren’t worried about Kevin Shattenkirk and one NHL insider believes Jacob Trouba might be traded next summer. Montreal Canadiens Open For Business Bob McKenzie said during TSN Insider Trading that the Montreal Canadiens are “open for business” when it comes to shopping some of their forward corps. ...
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Queen Latifah declines award, citing ‘personal reasons’

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Queen Latifah is declining an award named for a pioneering opera singer, citing “personal reasons.” The Marian Anderson Award made the announcement on its website. The organization wasn’t more explicit, and Queen Latifah’s spokeswoman did not immediately return an email Friday from The Associated Press. The Marian Anderson Award is given in […]
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No Quick, no problem as Jack Campbell shines for Kings

When Kings goalie Jonathan Quick went down with a lower-body injury during practice Oct. 7, there might have been concern about how the team would fare moving forward. The Kings are 2-1 without him, thanks in large part to the play of backup Jack Campbell. Campbell on Thursday stopped 40 shots to help lead the Kings to a 3-0 victory at Montreal in his first career shutout in his 10th NHL game. Campbell stopped 36 of 38 shots during a 4-2 victory on Sunday against visiting Detroit, and he stopped...
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Prosecutor pushes for legal change after clergy abuse report

NORRISTOWN, Pa. (AP) — Pennsylvania’s top prosecutor is appealing to legislators to change state law so that criminal and civil cases can be pursued in court in decades-old clergy abuse cases. Attorney General Josh Shapiro is holding a news conference Friday at the court complex outside Philadelphia where Bill Cosby was convicted of sexually assaulting […]
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Could a toxic site be on your Philly block? New research reveals hidden hazards.

New research shows unregulated hazardous industrial sites are as thick as three per square block across Philadelphia, concentrated in many gentrifying neighborhoods.
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Trump tariffs toll on Pa. industry: $98M extra for steel and an anxious business climate

A group representing Pennsylvania toy manufactures, distillers, hog farmers, and retailers gathered in Philadelphia for a town hall meeting to sound the alarm on President Trump's escalating trade war with China.
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Day of the Dead 2018: Where to celebrate in Southern California

It’s clear from the colorful costumes, beautifully decorated altars and all around festive mood that Day of the Dead is not a mournful occasion but rather a lively celebration honoring those who have passed. There are Día de los Muertos gatherings happening all over Southern California, ranging from big festivals that draw thousands of people to small street parties and more intimate indoor events. Here are some of the celebrations happening throughout the region. LOS ANGELES COUNTY Hollywood Fo...
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'Our fans are everywhere': NBA still growing internationally

It was the final minute of a preseason game between Philadelphia and Dallas, the 76ers were up by four points with the ball, and thousands of fans were screaming "defense" at the top of their lungs.A common scene, with an uncommon... [Author: [email protected]]
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Trump's boasts ring hollow in some black communities

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — One of President Donald Trump's favorite talking points in promoting his administration's success is the record low rate of black unemployment.But in some black communities, that victory seems hollow.According... [Author: [email protected]]
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In black neighborhoods, Trump’s economic boasts ring hollow

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — The record low rate of black unemployment is one of President Donald Trump’s favorite talking points in touting his administration’s success. But while black employment may have improved, that hasn’t translated into broader economic gains. That’s partly because African-Americans are still disproportionately toiling in lower-quality jobs. Black people make up roughly one-fifth […]
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Former AG Eric Holder visits Philadelphia to stump for Dems, talk redistricting

Holder is chair of the National Democratic Redistricting Committee and said Pennsylvania is one of 12 states the committee identified as "one of the most gerrymandered states in the country."
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In Bala Cynwyd since '52, WCAU in final stages of downtown move to new Comcast Center

The countdown has begun: NBC10 and Telemundo62, both owned by Comcast Corp. through NBCUniversal, are relocating to the 12th, 13th and 14th floors of the $1.5-billion new Comcast tower in Philadelphia, leaving their legacy studios in Bala Cynwyd.
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