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Embiid has 39, powers 76ers past Nets in overtime, 112-104

A few weeks before the All-Star break, Joel Embiid said he wasn't having much fun on the basketball floor this season. Embiid was back to his old self Thursday night, flapping his arms to the crowd, smiling from ear to ear and taking over a game at critical moments. Embiid had 39 points and 16 rebounds, Alec Burks and Shake Milton added big baskets in overtime and the Philadelphia 76ers extended their dominance at home with a 112-104 victory over the Brooklyn Nets.
Tags: News, Philadelphia, Brooklyn Nets, All Star, Milton, Joel Embiid, Alec Burks, Embiid


Studio City marathoner outruns anguish of scleroderma

Greg Cohen in Encino, CA Wednesday, February 19, 2020. Cohen has Scleroderma, a rare, incurable and disfiguring auto-immune disease characterized by hardening of the skin which makes each step painful. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG) Greg Cohen has a running tattoo on his leg. Cohen has Scleroderma, a rare, incurable and disfiguring auto-immune disease characterized by hardening of the skin which makes each step painful. (Photo by David Crane, Los Angeles Daily News/SCNG...
Tags: Health, Florida, New York, News, La, Sports, San Francisco, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Healthcare, Philadelphia, Local News, Joe, Cohen, Tarzana


Allen Iverson tears up remembering his friend Kobe and the one time they played as teammates

Philadelphia 76ers legend Allen Iverson has shown his softer side since retiring from the NBA in 2010. Whether he's talking about the current Sixers squad being his "little dudes" or his old rivals like Ty Lue, A.I. never has a bad word to say. The Players' Tribune did a nice sitdown with Iverson over All-Star weekend and it's making the rounds again today thanks an ESPN bump.
Tags: News, Basketball, Nba, Philadelphia, Espn, Sixers, Tribune, Kobe, Allen Iverson, Iverson, Ty Lue


Midwest, Northeast to feel like spring again, after winter's brief visit

The cold weather settling into the Midwest and Northeast this week would normally go unnoticed by the second half of February, but amid this winter's unusually mild weather, it stands out and still commands some respect for those who must work or spend time walking outdoors for any length of time.The leading edge of Arctic air produced snow squalls, gusty winds and blowing snow in the Montreal area on Wednesday morning, which were a factor in a fatal 200-vehicle pileup. Squalls associated wi...
Tags: National Weather Service, New York, Science, Minnesota, Minneapolis, Boston, Virginia, New York City, Chicago, Canada, Atlantic, Arctic, Noaa, Philadelphia, Montreal, North Carolina


How skiers can reduce their impact

For skiers and snowboarders, a good day on the slopes is something to appreciate and look forward to. But visiting ski areas has an environmental impact, and it’s often up to the skier to ensure theirs is as minimal as possible. Follow these tips to keep your footprint small without sacrificing those epic turns. Research gear before you buy. Photo: gorillaimages/Shutterstock Here, we’re referring not only to how the gear performs but to how the company performs on a sustainability level. ...
Tags: Travel, Colorado, New York City, San Francisco, United States, New Hampshire, Skiing, Patagonia, Philadelphia, Salt Lake City, Ski Resorts, Snowboarding, Baltimore, Forest Stewardship Council, Denver, Vermont


THW’s Goalie News: Korpisalo On the Mend, Holtby Safe, and More

It’s the right time of year for players to get healthy, but sometimes, that creates a tough decision for the front office. That’s the situation the Columbus Blue Jackets face right now. Additionally, one general manager is standing by his goalie while another went out to acquire one in the buildup to the trade deadline, and an NCAA goalie is on a historic hot streak. Korpisalo On the Mend The Blue Jackets got some good news Wednesday morning, announcing that goaltender Joonas Korpisalo w...
Tags: Washington, France, Sport, United States, Rangers, Ncaa, Philadelphia, AHL, Hockey, NHL, New York Rangers, Chicago Blackhawks, Florida Panthers, Philadelphia Flyers, Braden Holtby, Columbus Blue Jackets


Alamo Drafthouse Season Pass Program Now Available at All Theater Locations

Attention folks lucky enough to live near an Alamo Drafthouse: the Alamo Drafthouse Season Pass program is now available in all 41 locations. The subscription program allows moviegoers one regularly priced ticket per day, with reservations available seven days in advance. It’s kind of like MoviePass, except that it’s better and it still exists. So I guess on second thought it’s not like MoviePass at all. How does the Alamo Drafthouse Season Pass work? I’m glad you asked, because I have the f...
Tags: New York, Movies, Los Angeles, Philadelphia, New Braunfels, Alamo Drafthouse, Business and Industry News, New York City San Francisco Los Angeles, Alamo Season Pass, Alamo Drafthouse Season Pass


Can A Theater Function With Four Artistic Directors? Philadelphia’s Wilma Theater Will Try It

Blanka Zizka, who founded the company with her ex-husband Jiri about 40 years ago and has been sole artistic director since a couple of years before his death in 2012, “has recruited three new co-artistic directors — noteworthy local playwright/director James Ijames, Russian-born director Yury Urnov (who’s had a long association with Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company in Washington), and Morgan Green of the New Saloon theater in Brooklyn — to share the AD responsibilities with her starting this sum...
Tags: Art, Washington, Theatre, Brooklyn, Philadelphia, Blanka Zizka, Jiri, Morgan Green, Woolly Mammoth Theatre Company, New Saloon, 02.18.20, James Ijames Russian, Yury Urnov


NFL trade rumors: Why Stefon Diggs makes sense for the Eagles

On Tuesday night, receiver Stefon Diggs sent the internet into a tizzy when he apparently erased any mention of the Vikings from his Instagram account. Before all those rumors began to swirl on Tuesday night, I was on NBC Sports Philadelphia's Quick Slants and was asked for one potential trade target for the Birds. The name I gave was Diggs.
Tags: News, NFL, Philadelphia, Vikings, Nbc Sports, Eagles, Stefon Diggs


Kids in Philly are part of a crazy new fad: learning typewriting?

A typewriter shop in Philadelphia is holding classes for kids -- and they're showing up! Manual typewriting has been enjoying something of a comeback in the past decade or so, but I wouldn't have expected kids to be into it. As one girl in the video explains, she likes how typewriting forces you to focus on what you're writing because you won't be able to easily fix your mistakes. The pendulum swings, I guess. One of the things that was so freeing about digital word processing was the ease w...
Tags: Post, News, Philadelphia, Philly


Bruins Finding Their Stride At the Right Time

The Boston Bruins currently sit at the top of the NHL standings at 37-11-12 and currently lead the Atlantic Division by three points over the resurgent Tampa Bay Lightning. They have seemingly hit their stride, going 8-1-0 since the All-Star break. While both the Lightning and Toronto Maple Leafs had rough starts to the season, they have climbed their way back into second and third place in the Atlantic Division, respectively. This fact alone suggests the Bruins are hitting their stride at the p...
Tags: Boston, Sport, Philadelphia, Hockey, NHL, Tampa Bay Lightning, New Jersey Devils, Boston Bruins, Bruins, Maple Leafs, Toronto Maple Leafs, Atlantic Division, Carolina Hurricanes, Columbus Blue Jackets, All Star, Pittsburgh Penguins


Lake-effect snow squalls to accompany brief blast of Arctic air in Northeast

Following another stretch of mild weather early this week, a brief shot of Arctic air will return to the Northeast during the second half of the week and be accompanied by narrow, but intense, lake-effect snow squalls.High temperatures in Philadelphia reached the 50s on Monday and 60s on Tuesday, with highs near 50 reaching as far north as Boston. Even in Cleveland and Pittsburgh, highs on Tuesday reached or exceeded the 50 F mark.However, a cold front that moved through the Northeast on Tuesday...
Tags: New York, Science, Minneapolis, Washington, New York City, Atlantic, Philadelphia, Great Lakes, Syracuse, Cleveland, Accuweather, New England, Pittsburgh, Ohio Valley, Northeast, Syracuse New York


NHL Short Notes

THREE HARD LAPS * The Senators honored franchise icon Chris Phillips, becoming the latest NHL team to retire the No. 4. * Intrastate rivals Pittsburgh and Philadelphia each earned wins to climb the Metropolitan Division standings. * The Blues blanked the Devils after Jay Bouwmeester paid a visit to his teammates and coaches. Continue reading "NHL Short Notes"
Tags: Sport, Philadelphia, NHL, Pittsburgh, Devils, Jay Bouwmeester, Chris Phillips, Intrastate


The Top 5 Benefits Of Social Media On Small Businesses

Besides being able to stay connected to friends and family, social media offers great benefits; especially in terms of small business growth. Small businesses typically have to pay special attention to advertising strategies in order to get their name and service out in a timely and efficient manner to potential clients. Social media can grow your small business and increase sales and marketing all from an increased online presence. This is true for all kinds of small businesses, from retail st...
Tags: Startups, Small Business, Social Media, Social Media Marketing, Philadelphia, Others, Outstanding Customer Service, David Offen, Advantage of Social Media Enhance


Jenny Offill talks ‘Weather,’ climate change and presidential elections ahead of Los Angeles book event

Jenny Offill spent years paring down her new novel “Weather” into short powerful fragments saturated with meaning, emotion and humor. Offill said she aimed to write sudden flurries of action followed by quieter sections to mimic the changes in the weather. “I was thinking how people say that a novel is atmospheric — and I was like, well, what would that look like if it was really atmospheric?” said the author, who will be coming to Skylight Books in Los Angeles on Wednesday, Feb. 19. “And then a...
Tags: Books, New York, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Queens, Philadelphia, Syracuse, Ben, Lizzie, Sparky, Skylight Books, Jenny Offill, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories OCR


4 Bruins’ Additional Trade Targets — Forwards

One possible trade target for the Boston Bruins and general manager Don Sweeney can be crossed off their wishlist. Right wing Tyler Toffoli was traded from the Los Angeles Kings to the Vancouver Canucks Monday night. If there is a silver lining for the Bruins, it’s that the skilled forward is staying in the Western Conference and not making a move East to one of its conference rivals. Related: 20 Biggest NHL Trades in the Past Year Chris Kreider of the New York Rangers is still a target of...
Tags: Sport, New Jersey, Rangers, Philadelphia, Hockey, San Jose Sharks, New York Rangers, New York Islanders, Los Angeles Kings, New Jersey Devils, Boston Bruins, Philadelphia Flyers, Bruins, Tyler Toffoli, Wayne Simmonds, Ottawa Senators


Thoughts Before The Trade Deadline

from Elliotte Friedman of Sportsnet, - It might come down to Nolan Patrick’s health, but I think Philadelphia is considering Jeff Carter. - I do think Colorado checked out Corey Crawford. But Robin Lehner’s future ties into Chicago’s decision. Lehner’s performance during Chicago’s 5-3 loss to Edmonton raised eyebrows. Not because he was bad or anything, but because he was “quiet.” Lehner plays a “loud” game, both in terms of his voice and activity. The Blackhawks and his representativ...
Tags: Florida, Colorado, Sport, Chicago, Philadelphia, Calgary, Edmonton, Blackhawks, Corey Crawford, Carolina, Robin Lehner, Lehner, Elliotte Friedman, Jeff Carter, Vincent Trocheck, Trocheck


Flyers’ Giroux Hits 800-Point Milestone

The year was 2006. The Philadelphia Flyers had the 22nd overall pick in the NHL Draft. The last time the organization had that selection was in 1998 when the Flyers drafted Simon Gagne, who had an impressive NHL career. The general manager in 2006 was Bobby Clarke, who wanted to add a high-powered forward to the organization, and with that first-round pick, he selected Claude Giroux from the Gatineau Olympiques of the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. Giroux had been tearing it up in the QM...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Canada, Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, Hockey, NHL, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Blackhawks, Pittsburgh Penguins, Eric Hartline, Sidney Crosby, Claude Giroux, Giroux, Gatineau


A Look Back: Rod Brind’Amour Started Carolina’s ‘Storm Surge’

This article was originally published in February, 2013. To get a number retired in the National Hockey League is a special honor, one that is typically reserved for a unique kind of player. It doesn’t necessarily mean that the honoree was winner, but rather that he did something important to either put his team on the map or help make it stand out. Rod Brind’Amour did both for the Carolina Hurricanes, which is why in 2011 the team retired his No. 17 – fittingly, in a game against the Phil...
Tags: Sport, Philadelphia, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, St Louis, Archives, National Hockey League, New Jersey Devils, Edmonton Oilers, Carolina Hurricanes, Jeff, Neill, Ron Francis, Pittsburgh Penguins, St Louis Blues


Officials, residents in North Carolina brace for biggest snowfall of season

Officials and road crews in North Carolina scrambled to prepare for a winter storm that AccuWeather forecasters say could dump the biggest snowfall of the season throughout much of the state. Numerous counties in the eastern portion of North Carolina and several spots in southern Virginia were under Winter Storm Warnings on Thursday as the storm moved eastward.Much of the rest of North Carolina was under a winter weather advisory or some other weather alert. North Carolina Gov. Roy Cooper and st...
Tags: Science, Virginia, New York City, Alabama, Atlanta, Georgia, Atlantic, Tennessee, Philadelphia, North Carolina, Accuweather, South Carolina, South, Miller, Charlotte, Raleigh


'It's gonna snow:' North Carolina, southern Virginia brace for brunt of winter storm

The South has been flooded with rounds of heavy rain and severe thunderstorms as springlike warmth has returned at times in recent weeks. However, a change is coming that wintry have wintry consequences prior to the end of this week.Just enough cold air will sink southward from the Midwest and the Northeast to cause some trouble as a winter storm arrives across Arkansas Wednesday night to North Carolina and southern Virginia on Thursday and Thursday night.Areas of the South expected to endure th...
Tags: Science, Virginia, New York City, Alabama, Atlanta, Georgia, Atlantic, Arkansas, Tennessee, Philadelphia, North Carolina, Accuweather, South Carolina, South, Miller, Midwest


Study provides insight into link between cancer driver gene and alternative splicing changes

A multi-institutional group of researchers led by Children's Hospital of Philadelphia has linked a strong cancer driver gene to changes in proteins that regulate alternative splicing.
Tags: Health, Philadelphia, Children s Hospital


Refugee Docents Help Bring A Museum's Global Collection To Life

Attendance at Philadelphia's Penn Museum has shot up since the Global Guides first tours in 2018. The refugee and immigrant docents receive training in archaeology, ancient history and story-telling.(Image credit: Cameron Pollack for NPR)
Tags: News, Philadelphia, Penn Museum, Cameron Pollack


This 1849 guidebook was a Yelp for whorehouses

Philadelphia had many "gay houses" and "ladies of pleasure" in the 1840s, so it's not surprising that an enterprising publisher created a guidebook for travelers to the city "of brotherly love and sisterly affection," which was estimated to employ 10,000 sex workers at the time. Flashbak has some highlights from the "pocket companion." At this house you will hear no disgusting language to annoy your ear; everything connected with this establishment is calculated to make a man happy. The young la...
Tags: Post, News, Philadelphia, Sex Workers, Flashbak, Brothels, Queen of Trumps


THW’s Goalie News: Blackwood Shines & Week in Review

Sunday was Hockey Day in America and the National Hockey League celebrated with a day full of great action. In addition to our Monday morning staple, the “Week in Review,” we will take a look at a big game in New Jersey. Blackwood Steals the Show The Columbus Blue Jackets have been one of the better stories of the 2019-20 season. After dealing with a mass exodus of free agents during offseason and many key injuries since opening night, they are right in the middle of the playoff race. ...
Tags: Usa, Washington, America, Sport, Philadelphia, Vancouver, Hockey, NHL, National Hockey League, Tampa Bay Lightning, New York Rangers, New Jersey Devils, Edmonton Oilers, Islanders, Flyers, Toronto Maple Leafs


Redoing the 2005 NHL Draft

Originally written April 2015 It’s been almost 15 years since one of the most noteworthy drafts in recent NHL history took place in Ottawa, Ontario. The 2005 NHL Draft was the first one after the lockout that caused the cancellation 2004-05 season. Because of that, every team in the league was put into the lottery for a chance at a player that many believed to be the best rookie since Wayne Gretzky. The Buffalo Sabres, Pittsburgh Penguins, New York Rangers and Columbus Blue Jackets all had...
Tags: Usa, New York, Minnesota, Washington, US, Atlanta, Sport, Chicago, New Jersey, Kings, Dallas, Nashville, San Jose, Philadelphia, Detroit Red Wings, Penguins


What Philly Must Do To Preserve Its Jazz Legacy

A ton of Philadelphia jazz history – including John Coltrane’s house – is in dancer of disappearing. Property neglect, loss of institutional memory, gentrification by Temple University and unprotected development threaten several foundational spots in the city – but steps could be taken, were there someone to take them. – The Philadelphia Inquirer
Tags: Art, Philadelphia, John Coltrane, Visual, Temple University, 02.16.20


United States: Third Circuit Lifts Preliminary Injunction And Green Lights Philadelphia's Salary History Ordinance - Littler Mendelson

Following the district court's decision, implementation of the ordinance was stayed.
Tags: News, United States, Philadelphia, Littler Mendelson


United States: Don't Ask, Don't Use – The Third Circuit Allows The Philadelphia Salary History Ban Ordinance To Go Into Effect - Reed Smith

In 2017, the City of Philadelphia enacted the Wage Equity Ordinance to address the pay gap between men and women and between different races and ethnicities.
Tags: News, United States, Philadelphia, Reed Smith, Don


United States: Philadelphia Employers No Longer Free To Inquire About Prospective Employee Salary History - Ogletree, Deakins, Nash, Smoak & Stewart

On February 6, 2020, the U.S. Court of Appeals for the Third Circuit vacated U.S. District Judge Mitchell S. Goldberg's prior order partially blocking the City of Philadelphia's pay equity ordinance from going into effect.
Tags: News, United States, Philadelphia, Mitchell, Stewart, U S Court of Appeals, Goldberg, Third Circuit, Ogletree Deakins Nash Smoak