The Spring (Sports!) Guide

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Welcome to our annual Spring Guide. This year, we've devoted our pages to all things sports. It is, after all, the season of the fan. It's playtime, folks. Game on!

In This Issue:

The new sportscape of South Philly: If they build it, will you come? L. K. Murray explores the mega Xfinity Live! complex.

Get your pregame on: Nicole Finkbiner tells us some do's and don'ts of tailgating.

State of the (Philadelphia) Union: Michael Alan Goldberg ponders the fate of our soccer team.

Phillies 2012: Our favorite baseball pundit John Sharkey gives us his predictions.

Spin city: Did you know Philly now has a professional ultimate frisbee team? J. Cooper Robb reports.

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