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Popular Eating Event Breaks New Record

Wing Bowl pleases fans for its 26th year

 

The 94WIP Wing Bowl took place Friday, Feb 2 at the Wells Fargo Center. A sold-out crowd watched as Molly Schuyler won this year’s contest with a record breaking 501 wings in 30 minutes. The wings were supplied by P.J. Whelihan’s, whose owner Bob Platzer, wagered...

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E.A.G.L.E.S Eagles!

Philadelphia area citizens take to the streets to celebrate

 

Fans celebrate Philadelphia’s Super Bowl LII victory over the New England Patriots in Philadelphia. Thousands of fans partied for hours on Broad Street hugging, high fiving and screaming into the air in exhilaration.

 

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Classic Style Meets New Model Autos

Elegance reigns at the city’s top automotive affair

The 2018 Philly Auto Show Black Tie Tailgate attracted over 2000 guests, who enjoyed a sneak preview of the more than 700 cars on display at the Pennsylvania Convention Center. During the formal gala, guests were served a buffet dinner and dessert, followed by dancing. Funds raised from this...

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Market Street Abuzz

Starting the new year off with a bang, Saxbys held an all-day Grand Opening pay-as-you-wish event at their new 1818 Market St. café. Some celebrity guests helped out as baristas, including Philadelphia Eagle Todd Herremans and FOX 29’s Mike Jerrick. Councilwoman Cherelle L. Parker, Beneficial Bank CEO Gerry Cuddy and AgileCat CEO Peter Madden stopped by as well. Proceeds went to the Saxbys Fellowship, a program...

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Eagles Take the NFC Championship

Jubilant fans take to the streets

The Philadelphia Eagles are Super Bowl-bound after defeating the Minnesota Vikings, 38-7, in the NFC Championship on Sunday, Jan. 21. Excited fans took to the streets to celebrate the victory. It's the team's first trip to the Super Bowl since 2004, where they faced off with the Patriot's, the same team...

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