By Eric Augenbraun
Inside Citizens Bank Park on Saturday night, the mood was as joyous as the Phillies finished off their 11-6 rout of the St. Louis Cardinals in Game 1 of the National League Division Series. Just outside the stadium, however, the anger was palpable among rallying ballpark food and beverage workers.
By Ada Kulesza and Shahida Muhammad
As blacks from across the country get ready to head to Philly this weekend for the second Million Man March, organizers stay focused on their No. 1 goal: tackling Philly's staggering poverty crisis.
Balls or no balls, she’s still a democrat with liberal beliefs and is embarrassingly inarticulate. Why would someone with no clue and less experience in managing a city think she can run the fifth largest in the country? The new republicans in Philly can do SO much better. But then again, she wasn’t picked by the new republicans.
By Nicole Finkbiner
It’s officially Comedy Month here in Philly, meaning you have the next few weeks to catch an impressive lineup of national acts perform alongside a slew of our finest homegrown comedic sketch and improv groups like Rare Bird Show, King Friday, Camp Woods, Rookie Card and Animosity Pierre. You can expect worthwhile shows each night, but here’s a few you’d just be flat-out stupid to miss.