The Philadelphia Fraternal Order of Police received a check for $15,000 Thursday morning.
We were all surprised and pleased to see our Wing Bowl 19 T-shirt proudly displayed on the man holding the tickets in the right foreground of this photo in the New York Post.
Wing Bowl 19 champ, Super Squibb, was on with Angelo and Morning Team on February 7, discussing his third straight win in the annual wing eating competition.
Wing Bowl is now a bona fide Philadelphia tradition, our Mardi Gras, 19 years running, and nothing to prevent it from lurching and lunging forward like a drunk stumbling home from the Mummers Parade on New Year’s Day.
Wing Bowl 19 may be a week away, but that didn’t stop some local gas works employees, firemen, and police from feasting for a good cause on Friday night.
The annual in-studio Wing Off with Angelo and the Morning Team that decides the final contestant of Wing Bowl 19 was held the morning of January 26, 2011.
Legendary Competitive eater Takeru Kobayashi joined Angelo Cataldi and the Morning Team in studio on Jan. 26, 2011 to talk about Wing Bowl 19 and competitive eating.
Dozens of Philadelphia’s biggest eaters will compete for $20,000 in cash and additional prizes in Sports Radio 610 WIP’s Wing Bowl 19 at Wells Fargo Center on Friday, February 4 at 6 a.m.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) – Holiday feasts are not only filling but often filled with meaning. If this premise sounds philosophical, it’s with good reason since it comes from LaSalle philosophy professor John Hymers. It’s easy to […]
Hold that hot dog! Japanese eating champion Takeru Kobayashi is considering chowing down on savory chicken wings in Philadelphia’s Wing Bowl.