Features

Where in the world…

By Dee Sader

Above: Namaste in Bolivia. Standing at 11,995 feet above sea level, on the world’s largest salt flat, Salar de Uyuni was once a prehistoric ocean. When it rains, this turns in...

The Triple Double

By Bill Lyon

It started with Oscar Robertson. The Big O. Remember? He’d set up shop out there at the top of  the key, lock on and back his man down, one bump-bump at a time and his ...

The Hart of Flyers Hockey

By Glen Macnow

Gene and Lauren Hart Each time she begins singing the National Anthem at Flyers games, Lauren Hart gazes toward the press box where her father used to sit. She makes a little no...

Taking Down the Mob

By George Anastasia

Back in the 1980s, the wife of a South Philadelphia mobster had firsthand knowledge of her husband’s involvement in two gangland murders. This did not make for a happy marital ab...

7 Power Foods That Boost Immunity

By Dr. Rubina Tahir, DC

The dreaded ‘tickle in your throat,’ a cough here and there, and probably a few sniffles combined with powerful sneezes. Your body is fighting germs that you have been exposed ...

Walking North

By Natalie Sawn

September 17, 2015 has no real significance for the majority of the population. Some birthdays here and there, probably a few weddings. My day made no real impact on the world, but...

Cozmo’s Tale

By Mark Eckel

Robert “Cozmo’’ Consulmagno set a world record, which will soon be in the Guinness Book of Records, Dec. 20, 2016, when he performed 524 standing ab-wheel rollouts in 60 min...

Celebrating 50 Years of Flyers Hockey

By Sam Carchidi

Ed Snider’s vision has turned into a lovefest between the Flyers and their fans as the franchise celebrates its 50th anniversary season. Despite not winning a Stanley Cup since ...

The Literary Dylan

By Andrew Ryan

For the times, they are indeed a changin’. Just a few months ago, celebrated singer-songwriter Bob Dylan was awarded the Nobel Peace Prize in the field of literature. And a few s...

Scaling New Heights

By Alexandra Dunek

Colorado is known for its beautiful landscapes. If you meet anyone that lives there, most likely they own a set of climbing ropes just like Hawaii residents own a surfboard. But pr...

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Blessings and Basketball

By Ken Dunek, Publisher

Music To My Soul

By Ashley Dunek

Scaling New Heights

By Alexandra Dunek

The First Tee – Teaching life skills through golf

By Bob Sheppard

Person of the Month

Mary Ann Boccolini & Bill Brandt

February 2017

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