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How To See Flower Full Moon, Blood Moon, Total Lunar Eclipse Sunday Night In Philadelphia Region

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Sunday night’s full moon, also known as the “Flower Moon,” will be part of a total lunar eclipse. This eclipse will also cast the moon in a deep red shadow known as a “Blood Moon.” All you have to do to see this unique celestial event is step outside and look at the sky on Sunday night. The deepest red shade will take place before, during and after the maximum eclipse. The entire eclipse will take just over three and a half hours. The totality when the moon is completely in Earth’s shadow will last just over 84 minutes. To...
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Eagles Signed A New Wide Receiver On Monday

The Philadelphia Eagles finally gave the fans what they've been clamoring for and acquired a big name wide receiver during the NFL Draft. But they're not done adding pass catchers just yet. On Monday, the Eagles signed wide receiver Keric Wheatfall to the roster. Wheatfall was an undrafted free agent...
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Daryl Morey has 'giant plans' to acquire a star: report

The Sixers have Joel Embiid, a two-time MVP runner-up. They also have James Harden, a former MVP. And it sounds like Sixers president of basketball operations Daryl Morey is still star-hunting. After yet another second-round exit, Morey knows he needs to continue to improve this roster. Whether that's at the...
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Gunman Shoots Teen Boy 7 Times Near West Philly School

A teen boy is fighting for his life after he was shot seven times near a school in West Philadelphia Monday afternoon. The 16-year-old boy was sitting on a curb at the Parkside Shopping Center on the 1500 block of North 52nd Street at 2:49 p.m. when a gunman inside a black SUV opened fire.

Kendrick Perkins 'Hopes' Doc Rivers Gets Fired For 1 Reason

The Philadelphia 76ers' disappointing second round playoff exit has some wondering if Doc Rivers' job is in danger. ESPN's Kendrick Perkins hopes it is. On Twitter following the Sixers' season-ending 99-90 loss tonight, Perkins shared that he wants his former Boston Celtics head coach to get fired. His reasoning? Rivers...

Always Best Care owner receives award

Bryant M. Greene (center), founder, owner and administrator of Always Best Care Senior Services of Philadelphia, Bucks, Montgomery and Delaware Counties and the Main Line and Always Best Care Delaware, receives the Champion of the Community Award from Jefferson Magee Rehabilitation Hospital President Rich Webster (R) during the hospital’s 22nd Annual Night of Champions charity fundraiser, held at Penn’s Landing Caterers on Delaware Ave. in South Philadelphia.

Phillies' Dombrowski: Harper 'underrated' in many ways

Philadelphia Phillies president of baseball operations Dave Dombrowski believes reigning National League MVP Bryce Harper doesn't get as much attention as the superstar outfielder should. "In some ways, with all the talent he possesses, and all the accolades he has received, and the fact that he's a Hall of Fame...

Sen. Haywood, Sen. Hughes, and Rep. McClinton Announce $13.8 Million in Health Equity Funding

PHILADELPHIA – May 16, 2022 – Today, Senator Art Haywood (D-Montgomery/Philadelphia), Senator Vincent Hughes (D-Montgomery/Philadelphia), and House Democratic Leader Joanna McClinton (D-Philadelphia/Delaware) hosted a check presentation and press conference at the Dr. Ala Stanford Center for Health Equity (ASHE) in Philadelphia. They presented a $2.8 million check to the Pennsylvania School-Based Health Alliance for behavioral health services in school-based health centers and a $1 million check to the Black Doctors Consortium for health programs assistance and continued growth. The Senate and House Democrats also announced $10 million in available funding for new competitive statewide grant programs, including $5 million for mobile health clinics, $3 million for health equity, and $2 million for trauma-informed care.

Can Bryce Harper win NL MVP as a DH?

It’s been exactly one month since Bryce Harper last played the outfield for the Philadelphia Phillies. Thanks to what turned out to be a small tear in his UCL, he’s been serving as the lineup’s designated hitter, a position that the National League finally and fortuitously adopted this year. He’ll continue to DH for the foreseeable future, as he’s barred from throwing for at least another month.