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Phillies Charities “The Phantastic Auction” Starts Friday

Ever want to have a kid’s sleepover in the Phillies Clubhouse, play a video game on PhanaVision against A.J. Burnett, enjoy lunch with Ryne Sandberg in his office, or have a private hitting clinic with Chase Utley?

05/01/2014

Luckys Last Stand

Review: Lucky’s Last Stand

I once asked the head chef of a big-time steakhouse what happens when someone orders their steak well-done. ”I find the worst piece of meat I can and slap it on the grill,” he said. “When you overcook something, you no longer taste the meat anyway.” And that’s what we got at Lucky’s: Not a bad slab of beef, we’re sure, but a burger that was so overcooked, the meat lost its natural flavor.

05/01/2014

PHILADELPHIA - JUNE 09: Singer Kate Smith is seen on the screen before Game Six of the 2010 NHL Stanley Cup Final between the Chicago Blackhawks and the Philadelphia Flyers at the Wachovia Center on June 9, 2010 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Photo by Andre Ringuette/Getty Images)

94WIP’s Rob Ellis Issues Kate Smith Apology

On yesterday’s show I said some things that in hindsight I regret. I called for the Flyers organization to put a halt to using your imagery and voice when singing ‘God Bless America’ before games.

04/30/2014

ARLINGTON, TX - DECEMBER 29: Nick Foles #9 talks to head coach Chip Kelly of the Philadelphia Eagles during the second half of their game against the Dallas Cowboys at Cowboys Stadium on December 29, 2013 in Arlington, Texas. (Photo by Ronald Martinez/Getty Images)

Howie Roseman Talks To Cataldi About DeSean Jackson Release, Eagles Silence, Johnny Manziel

On Monday the Eagles finally broke their month-long silence after releasing DeSean Jackson on March 28th. Chip Kelly and Howie Roseman explained the move was purely a “football decision”, and Eagles general manager Roseman joined Angelo Cataldi and the WIP Morning Show to discuss the matter further.

04/30/2014

Sassafras

Review: Sassafras Bar

Lots of burger choices here: Sirloin, lamb, bison, ostrich, veggie. For purposes of this contest, we stuck with sirloin for one and bison for the second. But we’ll be back for the others. Correction: Make that all the others except veggie.

04/30/2014

Iron HIll

Review: Iron Hill

We respect the Iron Hill for its craft beers and its respect to ground beef. In fact, during May, the 10 local Iron Hill locations roll out their “31 Burgers in 31 Ddays” campaign, offering a new design every day of the month. Hmmm. I think if I hadn’t just finished 40 in the past 40 days, this might appeal to me a little more.

04/29/2014

Grace Tavern

Review: Grace Tavern

This little pub, an apparent hangout of Graduate Hospital workers, is as laid-back a place as we found over our 40-day adventure. So laid back that none of the 20 or so folks there the night we stopped in were even bothering to watch Flyers-Rangers playoffs on the bar TV. But that’s a different story.

04/28/2014

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Review: Fountain Restaurant (Four Seasons Hotel)

By far the most expensive burger we had during this venture, so we took the head honcho of WIP and made put him this lunch on his expense account. I know we’re paying a bit extra for excellent service (and it was) and a nice view of the fountain at Logan Circle. But 24 bucks?? Sheesh. At that price, the burger should be wrapped in gold leaf and come with its own personal trainer to help me work off the pounds I’ve gained in the past month.

04/27/2014

Fountain Porter

Review: Fountain Porter

What a bargain. The five-buck burger at this hipster hangout wins the prize for best value in this contest. It’s juicy, nicely charred on the outside, gristle free and went down beautifully with the “Carton of Milk” nitro stout from the extensive beer menu.

04/26/2014

Review: Rouge

Jeff Lurie has his gold standard, I’ve got mine. And this is the standard by which all great burgers must forever be judged. It’s legendary, gaining acclaim from everyone from Oprah to legendary food critic Alan Richman, who listed it among “20 burgers you must eat before you die.” I don’t know about the other 19, but I could eat a Rouge Burger and then die happily.

04/25/2014

Pub and Kitchen

Review: Pub And Kitchen

We’ve drooled over the Pub and Kitchen burgers before and, quite frankly, expected that they could be a finalist in this contest. But not on this night.

04/24/2014

Phils Tavern

Review: The Phil’s Tavern

We’ve been to Phil’s many times over the years, enjoying the ribs, cheesesteaks and other delights from that huge menu that looks like an Andy Reid play chart. And their burger placed high in the contest last time we did it nine years ago.

04/23/2014

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Jeremy Roenick Tells The Story Of When Craig Berube Punched Him

Jeremy Roenick and now Flyers coach, Craig Berube, were both with the Flyers organization late in their careers. The two had their differences when Berube, or “Chief” was with the Flyers and Roenick was with the Blackhawks. Berube always promised Roenick he’d get him, and when the Flyers acquired Roenick, Berube got him.

04/22/2014

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Scott O’Neil Defends Josh Harris, Explains Why Sixers Season Was A Success

After finishing the season 19-63, the second worst record in the NBA, Sixers owner Joshua Harris called the season a “huge success.” Some fans and radio show hosts, particular WIP Morning Show’s Angelo Cataldi, took exception to that comment.

04/22/2014

LOS ANGELES, CA - APRIL 21: Jimmy Rollins #11 and Chase Utley #26 of the Philadelphia Phillies celebrate a 7-0 win over the Los Angeles Dodgers at Dodger Stadium on April 21, 2014 in Los Angeles, California. (Photo by Harry How/Getty Images)

Ruben Amaro Jr. Says Phillies Are “Contenders”

Through 19 games, the Phillies are 9-10 and have been somewhat inconsistent, showing flashes of excellence, as well as signs of weakness.

04/22/2014

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