Sixers center Nerlens Noel spent his Friday wedding crashing.
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Chris discusses the President admitting the CIA tortured detainees, ebola patients being flown back to the US, and the tightening Senate Race between Cory Booker and Jeff Bell. He talked to Jeff Roe and Michael Bronstein on the Monday Morning Matchup at 7:00.
Chris discusses the aftermath of baseball’s trading deadline, which saw the Phillies make no moves, Senator Mark Udall of Colorado calling for the resignation of CIA Director John Brennan and State Senator Daylin Leach’s trip to Colorado to assess their legalization of marijuana. He talks to Steve Cordasco on Finance Friday at 7:00 and CBS 3’s Beasley Reece at 8:00.
Since its premiere as a movie in 1976, Rocky has been an icon of the American working-class hero.
Rocky used them in his training routine over three decades ago, and on Sunday, May 18th, a different form of exercise will be taking place on the steps at the Philadelphia Museum of Art: yoga.
The 94WIP Morning Show announced their Winners and Weasels for the week of March 14, 2014.
Cara Schneider, an executive with Visit Philadelphia, says the new “Rocky” Broadway musical has brought a renewed interest in places where the original movie was filmed 38 years ago.
The original version of the film called for Rocky Balboa to die after a severe in-ring beating by Tommy Gunn, played by boxer Tommy Morrison.
Chris Stigall talked to Andy Karl, the star of the Broadway production of “Rocky,” Wednesday morning on Talk Radio 1210 WPHT.
Chris discusses the latest delay in the implementation of Obamacare, New Jersey Governor Chris Christie’s latest town hall meeting, and Jim DeMint’s appearance on the Daily Show. He also talks to actors Tony Danza and Andy Karl, as well as Tom McGrath from Philadelphia Magazine.
The steps of the Philadelphia Art Museum, immortalized for many in the movie “Rocky”, once again drew international attention as a video, by photographer Hugh Dillon, went viral, showing a car coming down the famous steps.
An Ocean County boy is getting a lot of attention from the Internet — and from one of the world’s biggest brands — after a video of his invention went viral.
Simon Whitehouse started his run at Central Park in New York on Saturday morning. He finished on Sunday afternoon in Philadelphia with a run up the steps of the Art Museum.
The historic home used during the Rocky II movie is up for sale in South Philadelphia.