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Rob Zombie Meets with Flyers in Preparation for Broad Street Bullies Movie


There have been plenty of great hockey movies throughout the years, and now director Rob Zombie is hoping to add another notch to that list with a movie about the Flyers. Rob Zombie attended a Flyers game earlier this week to do some PR research for his upcoming film on Continue reading »

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Dikembe Mutombo Resurfaces in Hilarious GEICO Super Bowl Ad


The former Sixers center and proud owner of the second most hilarious accent in the world, Dikembe Mutombo, has entered the limelight once again, appearing in what we’ve deemed to be the funniest GEICO advertisement of them all. The ad, which features Dikembe aggressively blocking non-gigantic human beings in ordinary Continue reading »

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Organizers of Philly Bike Race Still Owe $321,000 to City


The folks behind the Philadelphia International Cycling Championship race seem to be having a tough time making good on last year’s tab. After delivering a surprise announcement that this year’s race was cancelled, news comes today that the organizers of the event still owe the city mucho dinero– and by “mucho dinero” Continue reading »

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Philly International Bike Race Cancelled for 2013


Organizers of the Philly International Bike Race say they are canceling the championship for this year and will postpone the famous race down the Manayunk Wall until next year. According to NBC 10, this will be the first time in 28 years that the Philly Bike Race has been cancelled. Oganizers say Continue reading »

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Eagles Sign Chip Kelly As Head Coach


The Philadelphia Eagles have snagged Chip Kelly, former University of Oregon head coach, to lead them in the upcoming season. Kelly had been with Oregon since 2007 and managed a 46-7 record during his time there. Before his career with Oregon, Kelly served as the defensive coordinator for New Hampshire. Continue reading »

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Redditor Discovers the Psychology Behind Crazed Eagles Fan


Most Philly sports fan are quick to fly off the handle, especially in times like these–when the Eagles are about as electrifying as a Charlie Rose interview. But a certain percentage of these fans are of a different breed, the type that seems to subconsciously project their own self-worth onto Continue reading »

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Nutter Invites New Yorkers to Enter Philly Marathon


Still in a state of recovery from Hurricane Sandy’s destruction, officials were forced to cancel the annual New York City Marathon a mere 24 hours before the scheduled start, despite Mayor Bloomberg’s hopes. The Annual Philadelphia Marathon, however, will play host to a small number of those New York runners. Though Continue reading »

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