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Bragging Rights Are On The Line At Philadelphia's Unity CupThis World Cup style soccer tournament is intended to bring Philadelphia's neighborhoods and immigrant community together to celebrate their diversity.
Flashpoint: Rizzo Fight Continues, Battle Over DACA, Moms Empowering VictimsIn recent weeks, the statue, which sits outside of the Municipal Services Building in Center City, has been defaced and has been the focus of protests.
Movie Review: 'The Only Living Boy in New York'From its title and the other Simon & Garfunkel music to the narrative The Only Living Boy in New York can’t help but recall The Graduate.
CNN Anchor Jake Tapper To Deliver Keynote Speech In PhiladelphiaCNN Anchor Jake Tapper will deliver the keynote speech next month at Philadelphia's 2nd annual World Heritage City Celebration. 
Organization Donates 18 AEDs To Philadelphia PAL CentersAn organization with an emphasis on helping kids is the recipient of items that could spell the difference between life and death.
Man Found Guilty In 1984 Rape, Murder Cold CaseA 57-year-old man has been found guilty of the 1984 murder of a 14-year-old Bensalem girl. 
No End In Sight To PA Budget StalemateUnable to reach a deal with the House on a plan to fully fund the budget that became law earlier this month, the Senate forged ahead on its own.
6th Annual BlackStar Film Festival Returns To PhiladelphiaThe festival will feature 62 films from 16 countries that tell the story of the people of the African diaspora.
Woman In Critical Condition After North Philadelphia ShootingA woman was shot and critically wounded overnight in North Philadelphia and police hope "electronic witnesses" might help solve this crime.
Jefferson Health, Independence Blue Cross Sign 5-Year AgreementJefferson Health and Independence Blue Cross are touting their new five-year agreement as a model for health care reform.
Jay Lloyd's Getaway: Kayak GetawayIf you're new to the kayak craze, listen to this.If you're new to the kayak craze, listen to this.
Study: More than 40 Percent Of Americans Have Experienced Online Harassment A major new study is now calling online harassment a feature of everyday life.

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