Ex-NFL Player Dealing With Memory Loss Due To ConcussionsBen Utecht, author of Counting The Days While My Mind Slips Away, discusses dealing with memory loss caused by concussions while playing in the NFL.
Philly Soccer Blog: Delco Native Auston Trusty Talks About Being Part Of Philadelphia UnionTrusty talks about what it is like being part of the big club after moving through the ranks.
Presidential Candidate Evan McMullin: Trump Acts Divisive Like Foreign Foes ISIS, RussiaPresidential candidate Evan McMullin says Donald Trump engages in the same divisiveness as our geopolitical enemies.
Positively Philadelphia: Chef’s Journey From Trauma To CateringCooking was used to help him recover from TBI.
What’s Cooking on 1060: Going Down Easy Cocktail CompetitionThe first ever Going Down Easy week-long cocktail competition runs Friday to Friday through Friday August 26th.
City Controller Alan Butkovitz Questions Spending Under Mayor NutterCity Controller Alan Butkovitz fires back at former Mayor Michael Nutter in battle over spending of Philadelphia Marathon funds.
Hear Philly: Enjoy $1 Deals At Baltimore Avenue Dollar StrollOne dollar doesn’t typically get you very far, but on Thursday evening, September 8 it can go a long way at the annual Baltimore Avenue Dollar Stroll in Philadelphia’s University City District.
State Rep. Introduces Bill To Punish Sanctuary CitiesState Rep. Martina White says her bill will hold sanctuary cities liable for damages caused by undocumented immigrants previously convicted of a crime.
Philly Soccer Show: Alejandro Bedoya Discusses Adjusting To His New TeamHe was a key part of the team's 4-0 win over New England Revolution at Foxboro.
Reporter: Clinton Outworking Trump In PAT. Beckett Adams from the Washington Examiner says Hillary Clinton continues to outwork Donald Trump in Pennsylvania.
Pennsylvania Republicans Call On AG Kane To GoRepublican legislators in Pennsylvania are calling on Attorney General Kathleen Kane to leave office after her conviction or face being removed.
Positively Philadelphia: The House Flavored Soda BuiltOne of the people who started flavored seltzer water used to live in Philadelphia, but you can still visit his house.

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