Wells Fargo Center
March Madness is here, and Philadelphia is hosting some games this weekend. Preparations are underway at the Wells Fargo Center.
Chris celebrates Rand Paul’s filibuster of President Obama’s CIA Director nominee John Brennan. He also discusses a dinner last night hosted by the President with key Republican Senators. He talks to Kathy Orr about the St. Patrick’s Day Parade and Harlem Globetrotter TNT Maddox.
Wells Fargo Center named third most vegetarian friendly NBA arena.
Lady Gaga’s “Little Monsters” will be very disappointed about this one.
The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation has made a list of the five biggest weekends of 2012.
It’s time to look forward to the excitement that a new year brings, and this includes a whole slew of concerts.
Fallen Philadelphia police and firefighters were honored in South Philadelphia this afternoon at the 58th Annual Hero Thrill Show.
Today, instead of scarfing ballpark food that tastes like the box it comes in, enjoy a plethora of delicious options just for Philly fans.
Many Madonna fans are wondering if the “Material Girl” owns a watch after she took the stage late in Philadelphia Tuesday evening.
When Bruce Springsteen and the E Street Band come to perform at Citizens Bank Park on September 3-4, they’ll become the first live act to perform in every possible major live venue in Philadelphia.
“We are going to give every fan in attendance a red ‘Passionate, Intense, Proud’ 76ers tee-shirt and also a rally towel that basically celebrates the rivalry between the Sixers and Celtics.” spokesman Mike Preston says.
At the Shops at Liberty Place, the crowd begged for t-shirts being thrown out from the stage by “dancing guy” Shawny Hill and former Flyers’ forward Riley Cote.
Elton Brand scored 13 of his season-high 25 points in the fourth quarter to lead the Philadelphia 76ers to a 95-90 comeback win over the Atlanta Hawks on Saturday night.
Wednesday night, Bruce Springsteen and the E-Street Band had the first of back-to-back sold out shows at the Wells Fargo Center.
“You have live music, great food, and it’s going to be good for different generations,” noted Flyers’ alumnus Bernie Parent.