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Arnold Palmer's Legacy Lives On In Delaware ValleyArnold Palmer was a Pennsylvania guy, who never forgot his Keystone State roots.
Weekend Box Office: 'Magnificent Seven' Is No. 1The western remake performed not quite magnificently but certainly well enough at the box office on its opening weekend.
Facebook, Twitter Facing Off During Presidential DebateFacebook and Twitter have each partnered with news organizations to live-stream the debates on their respective platforms.
Clinton Campaign Invites Philadelphia Activist To Debate“A kid from South Philly getting to attend the debate.... it's something special,” says Anton Moore.
Philadelphia Art Teacher Singled Out For Statewide HonorLeslie Grace has taken her passion for art beyond the walls of her classroom.
Philadelphia Library Launches Musical Instrument Lending ProgramThe Free Library of Philadelphia is adding musical instruments to the list of items you can borrow for free.
Golf Legend Arnold Palmer Dies At 87Arnold Palmer died on Sunday.
Accident On Roosevelt Boulevard; One Person Taken To HospitalThe Philadelphia Fire Department took one person from the scene to Einstein Hospital.
IMDb Will Have To Remove Actors' Ages Under New LawThe ages of some Hollywood actors and actresses may soon vanish from IMDb.
Brazilian Day Is Celebrated On Penn's LandingBrazilian culture was celebrated on Sunday on Penn's Landing's Great Plaza.
Philadelphia Celebrates Puerto Rican Day On The ParkwayFor Angel and Judy Roman, it's a soul stirring celebration.
Half Of Rolling Stone Sold To Singapore Music CompanyThe deal is being positioned as a chance for Rolling Stone to move into digital and retail, and to expand its influence in Asia.

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