What do moviegoers have to look forward to (or, perhaps, in some cases, dread) through the rest of May and into June, July, and August?
It’s a sequel that is also a prequel. And once again, “MIB” also stands for Merriment Is Bountiful.
LeBron James scored 29 points, Dwyane Wade had 12 points and 10 rebounds and the Miami Heat held on to beat the Philadelphia 76ers 84-78 on Friday night.
For the first time since Allen Iverson was in his prime, there is a reason to love — or at least appreciate — the Sixers.
Lou Williams scored 17 points and Jrue Holiday had 15 to help the Philadelphia 76ers beat the Charlotte Bobcats 89-72 on Friday night.
It’s not every day in Philadelphia that ownership of any of the four major sports teams changes hands. It happened this week when the Sixers were officially purchased by Wharton grad and billionaire Josh Harris and a group of investors, which includes someone you may have heard of named Will Smith.
Chris reviews last night’s Republican Debate with John Hayward from Human Events and talks to Congressman Pat Meehan about his letter to Attorney General Eric Holder regarding the Fast and Furious case.
Will Smith is donating replacements for 30 stolen computers to a high school in West Philadelphia, where he was born and raised.
Their roots are in Philadelphia, their fame is everywhere: Here’s four big names who made it big on big and little screens.
George Clooney, Will Smith, and Gwyneth Paltrow will join an impressive list of stars taking part in tonight’s “Stand Up to Cancer” telethon airing on CBS, Showtime, and other broadcast and cable networks.