The Phillies begin an important home-stand on Monday night.
‘Hacksaw’ Jimmy Duggan tells stories, remembers the Spectrum.
Festivals, food, family and, of course, fireworks — all of these are major parts of Fourth of July weekend. And for many people, you can add the beach to that list.
Are the Phillies contenders or is this fools gold?
The Walnut Street Theatre rolls out its snarky summer season with “How to Succeed in Business without Really Trying” and “I Love You, You’re Perfect, Now Change”, but more fun goes on behind the scenes with Camp Walnut, a performance program for kids.
University City is home to some of the most innovative and diverse dining options in the region. From July 17th through July 27th, diners have the opportunity to eat at some of its great restaurants for a significant discount.
Eagles TE, Zach Ertz, talked to the WIP Morning Show about the upcoming season.
The 2014 season was an outstanding one for the St. Joseph’s Hawks baseball team as they won a program record 35 games, including two in the Atlantic 10 Tournament.
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie graciously joined the WIP Morning Show on Monday, in-studio, for a lighthearted hour conversation where Christie talked candidly, told stories and even took phone calls.
Father’s Day weekend is a busy one in the Wildwoods.
Taking place in University City on the last Saturday of each summer month, the 10th annual 40th Street Summer Series offers a variety of great, live music — and it’s all free.
The Delaware Valley Stroke Council is holding their 20th annual Strides for Stroke 5K Run/Walk this Sunday at the Philadelphia Museum of Art.
The Philadelphia Soul are getting ready to head down to Florida for a Saturday match-up with the Tampa Bay Storm.
On the heels of an abysmal five-game home series against the Mets, in which the Phillies lost four games falling to 24-31 on the season, Ruben Amaro Jr. spoke with Angelo Cataldi and the WIP Morning Show Tuesday morning.
The summer activities in Cape May are underway now! We check out what’s going on in Cape May in June on this edition of The Shore Thing.