Philadelphia News for May 13th 2013

Philadelphia Soul lack Power to defeat Pittsburgh
In the second quarter, Pittsburgh outscored Philadelphia 20-14. The Power scored on 7- and 14-yard catches by wide receiver James Robinson and a 5-yard run by Washington. The Soul scored on a 30-yard touchdown catch by WR Tiger Jones and a 5-yard More…

WATCH ABC to launch in Philadelphia and New York
The app will be available for download beginning Tuesday afternoon on iOS devices in New York and Philadelphia — and will be available in Fresno later this year. The WATCH ABC LIVE STREAM PREVIEW will allow people to watch ABC at home and on … More…

Washington DC – Philadelphia – New York extravaganza | United
This time, we gave most of our trip to DC, with just a short time in NY and an extra stopover in Philadelphia. This year was my 3rd time in NY and DC and my husband's 2nd time, but it was the first time either of us had visited Philadelphia.
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From Philadelphia to Raleigh, Students Resist Racism and Austerity
As the school year hits the home stretch, students are walking out, sitting-in and organizing–against austerity hawks, toxic campus climates and wanton More…

Man Shot, Killed Inside Haagen-Dazs Shop | NBC 10 Philadelphia
Police are searching for two men who they say shot and killed a man inside a local ice cream shop.
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Game Plan for Fixing Philadelphia 76ers' Aggressiveness Next Season
Aggression and the Philadelphia 76ers don’t really go together, so it’s time to come up with a game plan to help Philly attack more. The game of basketball can be looked at from three main perspectives: offense, defense and mistakes. Yes, mistakes … More…

Pa. abortion trial stirs debate on when life ends – New York News | NYC
PHILADELPHIA (AP) – The high-profile murder trial of a Philadelphia abortion provider sparked courtroom debate Monday over when life ends, a tweak of the politically charged question of when life begins. Dr. Kermit Gosnell, 72, faces capital murder More…

Painters brush new life into Philadelphia 'ghost signs'
Matt Rourke/Associated PressA cyclist passes as Nathaniel Lee, with the Mural Arts Program, restores the advertisement at Hermann Henssler Locksmiths in Philadelphia. There is an effort underway in the city to restore faded ads known as ghost signs. More…

Painters brush new life into Philadelphia's 'ghost signs'
Ghost signs are generally defined as painted signage, at least 50 years old, on an outside wall that publicizes a defunct business or product, according to Lawrence O'Toole, author of “Fading Ads of Philadelphia.” But some mark establishments that are More…

Philadelphia Phillies: Is Carlos Zambrano a Viable Option?
Carlos Zambrano is certainly an enigma, but some people have been wondering if the Philadelphia Phillies might be interested in bringing him on board after Roy Halladay and John Lannan landed on the DL. There was even a rumor that the Phillies had … More…

Phillies come to life in 9th, defeat Arizona in 10th
PHOENIX — After rallying to tie the game in the ninth inning, the Philadelphia Phillies had just the man they wanted up with two on in the 10th: Ryan Howard. It didn't matter that Howard had been hitless in his previous 18 at-bats, striking out in More…

Philadelphia Union chief targeting fully homegrown XI – 'We have more players
Philadelphia Union CEO Nick Sakiewicz says the club are looking to one day field a full MLS starting line-up with locally produced players. At present, the likes of Zach Pfeffer, Cristhian Hernandez and Jimmy McLaughlin are on the Union's roster as More…

Philadelphia Phillies (17-21) at Arizona Diamondbacks (21-16), 4:10 pm (ET)
Kyle Kendrick is no longer flying under the radar; he's now a blip on opposing maps. Kendrick gets the nod for the Philadelphia Phillies Sunday in the finale of a four-game series against the Arizona Diamondbacks. With Roy Halladay scheduled for More…

Philadelphia recognized as America's Garden Capital
PHILADELPHIA – May 12, 2013 (WPVI) — Bartram Gardens on Lindbergh Boulevard in Philadelphia is the nation’s first and oldest botanical garden. Maitrey Roy, the executive director, took a group of children on a tour of the gardens this week. She says … More…

Matt Barkley Ready to Complete For Philadelphia Eagles Starting QB Job
May 10, 2013; Philadelphia, PA, USA; Philadelphia Eagles fourth round draft pick quarterback Matt Barkley (2) addresses the media during rookie minicamp at the Philadelphia Eagles NovaCare Complex. Mandatory Credit: Howard Smith-USA TODAY Sports … More…

Philadelphia 'a living monument' to the Civil War – Philly.com
"Gettysburg was a battle that was so close to us and our homes," said Sharon Smith, president of the Civil War Museum of Philadelphia, which has been seeking a new home. "The connection between the Civil War and Philadelphia is powerful and strong More…

Positively Philadelphia: Philly “Phair” << CBS Philly
A new open air market is coming to Philadelphia, giving artists a chance to show off their work and buyers a chance to discover an up-and-coming artist. More…

Dems derail condemnation of 'willful murder' – WorldNetDaily
Two Senate Democrats apparently have blocked a resolution that would have condemned Philadelphia abortion murder case defendant Kermit Gosnell. The proposed resolution cited Gosnell for the ???untrained and uncertified personnel performing abortions, … More…

2013 Fantasy Football: The Philadelphia Eagles Quarterback Situation
In what can best be classified as taking the best player available regardless of need, the Philadelphia Eagles used the first pick in the fourth round (98th overall) of the 2013 NFL Draft on USC quarterback Matt Barkley. Barkley joins Michael Vick … More…

Philadelphia Phillies: Major Rebuild Must Take Place
Keep an eye on your favorites while you can. Unless a dramatic turnaround takes place, nearly every one of your favorite Philadelphia Phillies is likely to be leaving town for good in the relatively near future. This prediction would be hogwash if it … More…

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