But there’s certainly less optimism among Phillies fans than there has been in recent years.
Saturday marked the first time since before the Super Bowl that the Philadelphia Sixers won a game — and it was a good thing they did.
A large crowd filed into Xfinity Live to watch the USA-Canada hockey game, despite the fact that it was a 12 noon start time.
On February 15, nearly 20,000 runners across the U.S. and parts of Australia will strip down to their skivvies and take part in Cupid’s Undie Run — and it’s all for a good cause.
SportsRadio 94WIP will get the City of Brotherly Love ready for Saturday night’s Wild Card matchup against the New Orleans Saints.
The city Art Commission has approved the design for a statue of the legendary boxer who was born in South Carolina but made Philadelphia his home.
Eagles fans were breathing a little easier Sunday evening, after the team snapped their three-game losing streak.
The Greater Philadelphia Tourism Marketing Corporation has made a list of the five biggest weekends of 2012.
Fans celebrated an Eagles victory on Sunday and offered some post game analysis.
A statue honoring late boxing great Joe Frazier is going up soon. Many say it’s a long overdue tribute to a Philadelphia sports icon.
Pull on your cowboy boots and grab that Stetson, because Philadelphia is about to surprise you with the country soul no one knew it had!
These bars have summertime offerings that will make you think twice about heading to the shore for the weekend.
Opening day is like a national holiday for Phillies fans. So they were sure to adjust their work schedules to make sure they got to watch today’s season opening win in Pittsburgh.
Saturday, April 28th at xfinity Live! Philadelphia. Join your family, friends and business clients along with fellow fans to meet two of Philly’s most popular Legends in a unique, intimate setting never before available.
“You have live music, great food, and it’s going to be good for different generations,” noted Flyers’ alumnus Bernie Parent.