PHILADELPHIA — As a four-month-old puppy, Simba had been tied out in his backyard over the course of one the city’s hottest summers, deprived of water and food, hit by sticks, kicked and pelted by stones by his owner’s children. “If it weren’t for the people next door, the dog … Continue Reading With holidays looming, Operation Ava hoping for more adoptions
PHILADELPHIA — Education, privacy and social media awareness were three things 2013 Lew Klein Excellence in the Media award winner Whoopi Goldberg stressed Thursday to approximately 350 students during “A Conversation with Whoopi Goldberg” at the Temple Performing Arts Center. “People put everything in their lives on how hip and … Continue Reading Whoopi encourages Temple students to ‘know their shit’
PHILADELPHIA — For a self-employed owner of a martial arts gym, a café and a sex-toy shop, finding time to watch TV doesn’t come easy. “I don’t watch TV at all,” Angel Nieves said Thursday in Northern Liberties. “I watch Netflix and I’ll watch Showtime and all the series kind … Continue Reading As fall TV season begins, Netflix, online streaming takes over
The Soul on Saturday easily handled the visiting Iowa Barnstormers, 54-30, at Wells Fargo Center for their third straight win.
When Philadelphia Flyers center Jeremy Roenick lost a defensive zone faceoff during the third period of a game against the New York Rangers Feb. 12, 2004, Roenick found himself collapsing on the ice, lying in a puddle of blood. Roenick, who was hit in the face by a slap shot … Continue Reading Head injuries still at forefront of discussion, research