The Eagles Super Bowl win is not just a story of inspiration and perseverance. It is the story of Philadelphia, because this is our year. Yes, Philadelphia has the highest poverty rate of any big city in America. We’ve seen more overdoses than any major American city. We’ve seen political corruption rear its ugly head.…

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Philadelphians will don Eagles gear in a show of unity to pray for success in the Philadelphia Eagles Super Bowl bid, and to pray against the opioid crisis that has overtaken our city. We’ll pray for our leaders and seek direction as we stand on the compass at the center of City Hall. This powerful…

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I HAVE an admission to make; one I never thought I’d utter as a 47-year-old man. Please bear in mind that this is not easy for me, because I used to scoff at others for doing the very thing I’m going to share with you. But as difficult as this might be, I need to…

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WHEN SIXERS general manager Sam Hinkie traded Michael Carter Williams last week, he was carrying on a long Philadelphia tradition. We get rid of our best athletes, get little in return and trash them on the way out the door. Need examples? When the Eagles parted ways with Reggie White, one of the best defensive…

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Question of the day: DeSean Jackson, Allen Iverson and even President Obama have been criticized for their links to certain people. Iverson couldn’t stop hanging with his crew, the President has been slammed for liking Jay-Z’s music. DeSean Jackson lost a fat Eagles contract shortly after allegations of gang affiliation.  So, when “keepin’ it real” costs…

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