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The civic leader and philanthropist, who died Aug. 5, was remembered at a celebration that drew dignitaries from the region and beyond.

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Rupert Everett is star, writer, and director of "The Happy Prince," his uneven account of the famous writer's difficult last years.

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Eagles' special teams keep rolling along despite ripple effect of injuries

Dave Fipp's special teams, which have been ranked No. 1 in the league two of the last four seasons, are off to another good start despite dealing with the ripple effect of top-of-the-roster injuries.

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Dave Fipp's special teams, which have been ranked No. 1 in the league two of the last four seasons, are off to another good start despite dealing with the ripple effect of top-of-the-roster injuries.

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Coming off back-to-back losses to Ohio State and Michigan State, and with Iowa, Michigan and Wisconsin up in the next three weeks, the Nittany Lions desperately need to win.

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The NFL's roughing-the-passer penalty was born in Philadelphia | Frank's Place

In a season when the roughing penalty has come to the fore, we look back at its Philly origins.

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The NFL's roughing-the-passer penalty was born in Philadelphia | Frank's Place

In a season when the roughing penalty has come to the fore, we look back at its Philly origins.

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Two girls at Thomas Edison are tackling high school football - and winning

Barbara Dussinger and Anaishka Torres are both first-year players for the Thomas Edison football team, which won its first game since 2015 last week.

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Arizona-based agency plans to house undocumented immigrant children in Philly shelter, city officials vow to fight

"This is highly disturbing news and we are still investigating the facts," said Mike Dunn, a spokesperson for Mayor Kenney. "But assuming the currently known facts are true, the city is confident that the proposed use would be illegal under the existing use permits and the city plans to vigorously...

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'The Oath' and the politicized Thanksgiving from hell: Don't try this at home

Comedian Ike Barinholtz makes a black comedy about politics ruining Thanksgiving in 'The Oath.'

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Comcast to open lobby in new tower to public on Thursday

British sculptor Conrad Shawcross's 65-foot-tall "Exploded Paradigm" is the first thing that visitors will see entering Comcast's new tower in downtown Philadelphia - in addition to two sets of gleaming escalators - and continues Shawcross's fascination with tetrahedron shapes.

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Six mothers, six daughters, one longtime tennis coach: Haddonfield's Jeff Holman is teaching the next generation

The Bulldawgs, who will try Thursday for their 20th state championship, feature six players whose mothers also played for Holman.

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Those odd billboards on I-95 at Academy Road are part of a huge national art project

Billboards designed to spark civic engagement before the elections have appeared in all 50 states.

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Penn physicists win $3 million Breakthrough Prize

Charles Kane and Eugene Mele had no idea they were under consideration for the award.

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Want to get into Harvard? Trial sheds light on its preferred SAT score

Evidence at a trial over whether Harvard University discriminates against Asian Americans is beginning to pull back the curtain on the closely guarded admission process of one of the nation's most prestigious universities.

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First lady Melania Trump visits Philadelphia to highlight opioid-exposed newborns

First Lady Melania Trump promotes her "Be Best" campaign by kicking off a conference focused on babies born dependent on their mothers' addictive drugs.

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Sober life in Philadelphia: 10 ways to meet people, no alcohol involved

Top places around Philadelphia for single, non-drinkers to go meet people and partake in activities around the city

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Flyers to face familiar foe they rarely beat: Sergei Bobrovsky

Sergei Bobrovsky has been mostly lights-out against the Flyers. He will face them again Thursday in Columbus.

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