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Nick Foles next? John DeFilippo, who coached in Philly, lands with Jaguars as their new OC

One of the easiest connections to make is Foles to the Jacksonville Jaguars, who have a lot of talent but nothing at quarterback. Then on Wednesday the Jaguars agreed to hire John DeFilippo to be their new offensive coordinator, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. Before failing with the Minnesota Vikings last season, DeFilippo became a hot name coaching the Eagles quarterbacks, including Foles, two seasons ago.
Tags: News, Jacksonville Jaguars, Minnesota Vikings, NFL Network, Eagles, Philly, Jaguars, John DeFilippo, Ian Rapoport, Nick Foles, Foles, DeFilippo


Pederson reiterates Wentz is Philly’s No. 1 QB

PHILADELPHIA (AP) — Eagles coach Doug Pederson reiterated Tuesday that Carson Wentz will be the team’s starting quarterback in 2019. Wentz missed the final three games of the regular season and two playoff games because of a back injury. Nick Foles led Philadelphia to four straight wins and was 27 yards away from taking the […]
Tags: News, Sports, NFL, Ap, Philadelphia, Philly, Doug Pederson, Pederson, Wentz, Carson Wentz, Nick Foles


Signs you’re Philadelphian

Wherever they are in the world, Philadelphians stick out like sore thumbs — the snarky tone, the accent, and the undying love for our city give us away every time. A source of pride for all who hail from the City of Brotherly Love, here are 10 dead giveaways that you’re from Philly. 1. Everything you own just happens to be Eagles green. Look, it’s not intentional, mostly. Yes, you bought that fresh Malcolm Jenkins jersey at the start of the season, but the fact that almost every other T-shi...
Tags: Travel, Philadelphia, All, Pat, Eagles, Philly, Jersey Shore, Schuylkill, Wawa, Geno, Malcolm Jenkins, Philadelphians, Philadelphia Culture, Passyunk


Sunday felt like Nick Foles' goodbye to Philly

The Eagles quarterback didn't want to elaborate on the likelihood he's headed elsewhere, preferring instead to savor his Philadelphia moment.
Tags: NFL, Philadelphia, Eagles, Philly, Nick Foles


Eagles' playoff dreams die on Bourbon Street

Philly always found a way to win during last year's Super Bowl run. But that charmed existence came to an end in New Orleans and Alshon Jeffery took the blame.
Tags: News, New Orleans, Alshon Jeffery, Philly, Bourbon Street


New commentary at The American Conservative makes the case for "Why Conservatives Should Oppose the Death Penalty"

In prior posts here and here and here, I highlighted a series of lengthy articles in The American Conservative that were part of "a collaborative series with the R Street Institute exploring conservative approaches to criminal justice reform."   These folks are at it again with this new lengthy essay titled simply "Why Conservatives Should Oppose the Death Penalty."  The extendded essay, authored by Arthur Rizer and Marc Hyden of R Street Institute, merits a full read, and here are some excerpts...
Tags: Law, United States, North Carolina, Justice Department, Philly, Douglas A Berman, R Street Institute, Marc Hyden, Arthur Rizer, The American Conservative


Kartje: Nick Foles is defying logic again in second run at Super Bowl

The strangest chapter of perhaps the strangest career in NFL history began, rather fittingly, with a phone call from Jeff Fisher. It was late July 2016. The Rams had just move to Los Angeles and drafted a ew, new quarterback, much to the chagrin of the old, new quarterback, who had just signed a two-year, $24.5 million extension a year before. In spite of that deal, no one expected Nick Foles at the Rams facilities that offseason. Fisher had benched Foles in favor of Case Keenum the previous Oct...
Tags: Minnesota, Cowboys, Sports, NFL, Drew Brees, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, New Orleans, Chargers, Dallas, Aaron Rodgers, Tom Brady, Philadelphia, Nfc


Why Did All The Bells On Philly’s Avenue Of The Arts Stop Ringing?

In 1996, when a multimillion-dollar renovation of South Broad Street was completed, sound artist Robert Coburn attached 39 small bronze bells to lampposts along the newly-christened “Avenue of the Arts.” For a year or so, they played melodies fed from an electronic terminal, but they’ve been silent for two decades now. A reporter found out why. — The Philadelphia Inquirer
Tags: Art, Issues, Philly, South Broad Street, 01.09.19, Robert Coburn


Lowe: Philly's fit isn't great, but what if that doesn't matter?

The Sixers' chemistry issues are real, but that doesn't mean they have to break up their star trio.
Tags: Sport, Nba, Philly, Lowe


Nick Foles knows his time in Philly is likely nearing an end

Nick Foles is in a unique situation, a Super Bowl MVP trying to lead his team to a second straight championship knowing he will most likely play somewhere else next season. Nothing about what Foles has done for the Philadelphia Eagles is ordinary. ''I'm not worried about the future but I understand where I stand and every time I wear that jersey is special,'' Foles said Wednesday.
Tags: News, Philadelphia Eagles, Philly, Nick Foles, Foles


Losing Streak Hits Eight For The Philadelphia Flyers

from Sam Carchidi of Philly.com, The Flyers set an NHL record Tuesday night at Capital One Arena. The bad news: It was an unwanted record — seven goalies used in a team’s first 43 games. The worse news: The new goalie, the well-traveled Mike McKenna, couldn’t stop the Flyers' spiral as they lost their eighth straight, falling to the defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals, 5-3, at Capital One Arena. McKenna, 35, played decently as he became the seventh Flyers go...
Tags: Sport, Philadelphia, NHL, St Louis, Philly, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Washington Capitals, Sam Carchidi, Mike McKenna, Arena McKenna


Page 69: The Truth About the Moon and the Stars

Disclaimer: The Page 69 Test  is not mine. It has been around since 2007, asking authors to compare page 69 against the meat of the actual story it is a part of. I loved the whole idea of it and so I'm stealing it specifically to showcase small press titles - novels, novellas, short story collections, the works! So until the founder of  The Page 69 Test  calls a cease and desist, let's do this thing.... In this installment of Page 69,  We put Brian Jacobson's to the test! OK, B...
Tags: Books, Boston, David, Brian, Portland Oregon, Bet, Philly, George, Shane, Emerson College, Brian Jacobson, George As Shane, Motown Philly


McKenna becomes Flyers' 7th goalie as Philly ties NHL record

The Philadelphia Flyers have tied an NHL record with Mike McKenna becoming their seventh goaltender to play this season            [Author: AP]
Tags: News, Ap, NHL, Philly, Philadelphia Flyers, McKenna, Mike McKenna


McKenna becomes Flyers’ 7th goalie as Philly ties NHL record

WASHINGTON (AP) — The Philadelphia Flyers have tied an NHL record with Mike McKenna becoming their seventh goaltender to play this season. McKenna started Tuesday night against the defending Stanley Cup champion Washington Capitals. Brian Elliott, Michal Neuvirth, Calvin Pickard, Alex Lyon, Anthony Stolarz and Carter Hart have also tended goal for Philadelphia. The Flyers […]
Tags: News, Washington, Sports, Ap, NHL, Philly, Philadelphia Flyers, McKenna, Mike McKenna, Carter Hart, Philadelphia The Flyers


The TSN Insiders Tonight

Will pending UFA Wayne Simmonds be dealt out of Philly? What will be the fate of the World Cup of hockey? How linked are the Mitch Marner and Auston Matthews contract negotiations? The Insiders discuss this and more. Plus potential UFA talk Watch at TSN.
Tags: Sport, Philly, Auston Matthews, TSN, Wayne Simmonds, Mitch Marner


Caps break skid, now welcome doormat Philly

The Washington Capitals stopped a three-game losing skid with a victory over the Red Wings on Sunday. Now the reigning Stanley Cup champions will try to turn that into a winning streak when they host the Philadelphia Flyers on Tuesday at 7:30 p.m. ET. Michal Kempny got the game-winning goal with less than four minutes left in regulation in Washington's 3-2 victory over Detroit that ended the 0-2-1 run.
Tags: Washington, NHL, Detroit, Philly, Philadelphia Flyers, Washington Capitals, Red Wings, Michal Kempny


Top 5 Industrial Design Jobs for this week

As a part of our careers-related columns, these are our top five picks of the best industrial design opportunities on Yanko Design’s recruitment platform YD Job Board. This week’s selection ranges from the best in mountaineering equipment, pioneers of mattres design to many more options.Check out Yanko Design Job Board for more design openings.Want your requirement to be featured along with these global design-driven companies? Post a Job with us right away!Senior Industrial Designer at Black Di...
Tags: Asia, Design, London, Los Angeles, Black Diamond, Philly, America Europe, Yanko Design, Yanko, Product Team, Yanko Design Job Board, Daehee Park, JT Marino T N


The Next Step in my Techstars Journey: Hello, Philly!

I’m thrilled to announce I’ll be joining the Comcast NBCUniversal LIFT Labs Accelerator, Powered by Techstars as Managing Director in Philadelphia in 2019! Let me tell you a little bit about how I got here. In 2013, when I joined Techstars as Director of Techstars NYC, I had to appreciate the irony: several years before, I had applied to the inaugural class of that very program. At the time, I was working on a financial literacy startup with my brother. We submitted our application, but didn’...
Tags: Startups, Comcast, Philadelphia, Announcements, Alex, TechStars, Accelerators, Bluecore, Philly, Comcast NBCU, Alex Iskold, David Tisch, Techstars NYC


Foles refuses to let his Philadelphia story end

Since he seems able to keep negotiating with his non-negotiable exit date in Philly, should any of us be surprised if the Eagles go down and win in New Orleans?
Tags: News, New Orleans, Philadelphia, Philly, Foles


A Week In Burlington, VT, On A $40,000 Salary

Welcome toMoney Diaries , where we're tackling what might be the last taboo facing modern working women: money. We're asking millennials how they spend their hard-earned money during a seven-day period — and we're tracking every last dollar.Today: a program technician working in government who makes $40,000 per year and spends some of her money this week on Heady Topper beer.Occupation: Program TechnicianIndustry: GovernmentAge: 25Location: Burlington, VTSalary: $40,000Paycheck Amount (2x/month...
Tags: Amazon, Fashion, Music, London, Montana, Boston, Netflix, Vermont, Pacific Northwest, Burlington, Philly, Concord NH, Pema Chodron, Keri Danielski


Police: Philly man arrested for deadly shooting in Atlantic City

A man from Philadelphia has been charged with murder in connection with a deadly shooting Friday night in Atlantic City.
Tags: News, Philadelphia, Atlantic City, Philly


Hurricanes Have Big 2nd to Top Struggling Flyers

PHILADELPHIA — Dougie Hamilton, Justin Williams and Teuvo Teravainen scored second-period goals to lead the Carolina Hurricanes past the woeful Philadelphia Flyers, 5-3 on Thursday night. The Flyers fired coach Dave Hakstol and general manager Ron Hextall last month and the shake-up has yet to spark any kind of sign of playoff life for a franchise that hasn’t won a Stanley Cup since 1975. The Flyers lost their fifth straight game and fell to 3-5-1 under interim coach Scott Gordon since his promo...
Tags: Usa, Sport, Philadelphia, AHL, Hockey, NHL, Hamilton, Philly, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, James van Riemsdyk, Carolina Hurricanes, Dave Hakstol, Carolina, Brian Elliott, Petr Mrazek


New Year’s resolutions Philadelphia

Every year, we Philadelphians reflect on the improvements we want to make in our lives, just after we get home from Two Street on New Year’s Day. And, every year, although we really want to commit to bringing better versions of ourselves to Philly’s future, we have trouble staying on track — there are resolutions Philadelphians can never keep. Here are seven of them. 1. Keep a shoveled-out parking spot. We all want to be better neighbors and have peace and harmony on our block, but when so...
Tags: Travel, Cowboys, Philadelphia, All, Philly, Wawa, Lombardi, Philadelphia Museum of Art, Philadelphians, Philadelphia Culture, Wawa That


My Fashion, Lifestyle, and College-Related Resolutions for 2019

I have fifteen resolutions and I'm tackling them all. Happy New Year ladies! Can you believe that it's already 2019? I'm shocked by how fast 2018 went by. Now that we're in a new year, it's time to reflect upon all the things we learned last year and how we can improve moving forward. So for this very special post, I will be sharing with you my 15 new years resolutions for 2019. Yes, I made 15 resolutions and I'm excited about all of them. Read on to check them out and maybe get some inspiratio...
Tags: Travel, Cooking, Facebook, Europe, London, College, Lifestyle, Brazil, Philadelphia, Kate Spade, New Year, New Year's Resolutions, Philly, College Life, Explore My College Town


Best Longform of 2018

If you’re not a regular reader of my site, please do me a favor and subscribe to the email (it comes infrequently — whenever I add a post here). I write about business, technology, history, mental models (a lot of those), and all the random interesting stuff I’m reading about. It’s a hodge-podge and I hope you’ll enjoy. At the beginning of last year I decided I was going to spend more time reading books in 2018. I set myself a goal of 30 on Goodreads and blew past that by year end. While it f...
Tags: New York, Isis, Hollywood, London, Buzzfeed, Washington Post, Senate, Islamic State, Iraq, New York City, Uncategorized, America, Seo, Earth, Bbc, Ford


Watch Japanese Breakfast Cover Carly Rae Jepsen, Nada Surf, Tears For Fears At Philly NYE Show

Japanese Breakfast played a hometown show at Johnny Brenda's in Philadelphia on New Year's Eve. They closed out the night by inviting opening act Gabby's World onstage to cover "Run Away With Me," the instant-classic opener from Carly Rae Jepsen's 2015 album E•MO•TION. According to John Vettese, who uploaded footage to YouTube, Carolyn … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Philadelphia, Carly Rae Jepsen, Philly, Japanese Breakfast, Carolyn, Gabby, Johnny Brenda, Gabby's World, Cult Objects, Carly Rae Jepsen Nada, John Vettese


Watch Hop Along Cover Daniel Johnston’s “True Love Will Find You In The End”

Hop Along's Frances Quinlan is a hell of a songwriter, which is one reason the Philly indie rockers' album Bark Your Head Off, Dog ended up on our list of 2018's best (and why some of us consider ourselves obsessed). But Quinlan is also an incredible singer, blessed with … More »
Tags: Video, Music, Philly, Frances Quinlan, Daniel Johnston, Quinlan, Hop Along


Flyers Showing Signs of Life in Midst of Struggles

As the halfway point of the National Hockey League season approaches, the Philadelphia Flyers find themselves in a tough spot. A tumultuous stretch of play led to big changes within the organization with desperate hopes of turning things around on the ice. Now, with those changes taking root, the Flyers are taking some steps forward yet still take too many back. When Scott Gordon was named interim head coach earlier in the month, it brought a breath of fresh air to the locker room. The cal...
Tags: Florida, Sport, Earth, Nashville, Philadelphia, Detroit Red Wings, Hockey, NHL, National Hockey League, New York Rangers, Philly, Philadelphia Flyers, Flyers, Atlantic Division, Hart, Shayne Gostisbehere


Is Foles a better fit for Eagles than Wentz?

Nick Foles led Philly to an improbable playoff berth one year after winning the Super Bowl, both times in relief of Carson Wentz. That leads to an unlikely question.
Tags: News, Philly, Wentz, Carson Wentz, Nick Foles


A hasty review of the SL&P year that was 2018

Year in review stories are catnip to me, so I figured I might as well use an unexpected little pocket of free time to create my own listing of big events in 2018 based on a lightning quick review of blog posts from the past year.  This listing is not representative or even all that reflective, and I welcome reader input on stories forgotten or unmentioned (or poorly ranked).  So, for giggles and comment, here is a list of post titles and links providing an imperfect, too-quick review of some not...
Tags: Florida, Supreme Court, Law, Congress, California, Senate, United States, Bill Cosby, Ohio, Louisiana, Doj, Kennedy, Philly, Michael Cohen, Jeff Sessions, Anthony Kennedy