Philadelphia’s Other Pro Champions

By Rich Westcott

The 17 major league teams are not the only professional squads that have captured championships in Philadelphia. Since the start of the 20th century, numerous other teams have won ...

Flyers P.A. Announcer Lou Nolan

By Sam Carchidi

Think back to people who spent several decades around the Philadelphia sports scene and the names Connie Mack, Bill Campbell, Richie Ashburn, Harvey Pollack, and Sonny Hill may pop...

Quite Possibly The Coolest Guitars in the World

By Nick Santangelo

Sadie isn’t bothered by the noise. Maybe her ears are just used to it. Walk in the door to DiPinto’s Guitars on Girard Avenue in Philadelphia’s Fishtown neighborhood and the ...


By Michael Bradley

Philly’s live music scene is booming. Don’t ever tell William Reed and Paul Kimport that their decision to convert a one-time Fishtown taproom into a music venue was responsib...

Carz N’ Toyz Renamed Joseph Lacroce Foundation

By Jan L. Apple

Giving to Children throughout South Jersey A personal tragedy that began for Saverio “Sam” Lacroce and his family more than four decades ago has evolved into a charitable or...

They did it his way

By Molly Golubcow

Above: Frank Sinatra and his “boys” Merrill Kelem and Bob Palamaro “I would like to be remembered as a man who had a wonderful time living life, a man who had good fr...

Because She Can

By Kurt Smith

Patrice Banks, owner of Girls Auto Clinic in Upper Darby, is smashing a conventional wisdom held for generations…that women can’t understand cars. As guys know, women can be a...

Robert Covington: Immersed in the Process

By Dei Lynam

The phrase “Trust The Process” went from a marketing idea for a losing team to a mantra for an entire fan base excited to see winning professional basketball in Philadelphia fo...

Philly’s Champs

By Rich Westcott

On the long and often bumpy road traveled by Philadelphia’s professional sports teams, occasionally there have been some great seasons that will never be forgotten. Those were th...

Our Time

By Ken Dunek, Publisher

It's the heat I remember most. The ungodly heat. As I strapped on my gear in the cramped un-airconditioned rookie locker room at West Chester University in July of 1980, I recall ...

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2018 Tech Trend Predictions

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Not Even Ten Cents on the Dollar

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