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‘Time Capsule' Burger King Found Fully Intact Behind a Wall at a Delaware Mall

Who needs a time machine when you have the internet?. The web has been abuzz with photos of a fully intact Burger King that looks transported straight from the '80s yet is still standing today, untouched by time or renovation. This vintage BK, located in the Concord Mall in Wilmington, Delaware, has been closed since 2009, and the space appears unchanged since it first opened in the late '80s.
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Look: Erin Andrews Excited For USFL Championship Game

The Birmingham Stallions and Philadelphia Stars will compete for the USFL championship on Sunday night. FOX will televise the revived spring football league's inaugural title game at 7:30 p.m. ET. NFL broadcaster Erin Andrews helped promote the championship clash on Twitter. While not part of the USFL coverage team, Andrews...
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5 bets to consider for Sunday Night Baseball

This article was contributed by DraftKings. For more sports betting insights, check out DraftKings.com. This week’s edition of Sunday Night Baseball features a matchup between the St. Louis Cardinals and Philadelphia Phillies. Both teams entered the year with playoff aspirations, but both have gotten off to subpar starts. The...
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Phillies vs. Cardinals prediction: Expect low-scoring match

The Phillies and Cardinals conclude their three-game series Sunday in what is expected to be a good pitching matchup — Philadelphia’s Zack Wheeler (6-4, 2.89 ERA) versus Adam Wainwright (6-5, 3.07 ERA) for St. Louis. Despite their combined 12-9 record, both Wheeler and Wainwright have pitched well this season. Wheeler has allowed three earned runs or fewer in 11 straight starts since April 28. The Phillies’ bullpen has struggled at times, with an ERA just under 4.00 heading into Saturday, but Wheeler has pitched at least six innings in nine of those 11 starts, helping take some pressure off Philadelphia’s relievers. Wainwright...
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Philadelphia Police: Body Found Tied Up, Shot Inside Trunk Of Burning Car In Fox Chase

PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A homicide investigation is underway after a gruesome discovery in Philadelphia’s Fox Chase neighborhood. A body was found in the trunk of a burning car. Fire crews responded to the scene just off Verree Road near Pennypack Creek around 10:30 p.m. on Saturday. Once the fire was extinguished, officials found the victim tied up in the trunk of the car with a gunshot wound to his head. “So this is clearly an intentional act,” Inspector D F Pace said. “The victim was likely brought here to this location from some other location, found, kidnapped, and then likely shot on location here just before the vehicle was doused with gasoline and set ablaze.” The victim has not yet been identified. Police are still searching for the suspect and a motive. For a list of gun violence resources in Philadelphia, click here.
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Report: 76ers, Mavs in play for Kyrie Irving

The Los Angeles Lakers may no longer be the only ones who are at Kyrie Irving’s doorstep. Shams Charania of The Athletic said this weekend that the star guard now has “several” trade suitors. Namely, Charania mentions the Dallas Mavericks and Philadelphia 76ers as being in the mix with the Lakers.
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Schuylkill River Passenger Rail Authority to hold 1st meeting July 6

READING, Pa. – A little more than two months after it was officially formed, the Schuylkill River Passenger Rail Authority will hold its first meeting Wednesday, July 6. The inaugural meeting of the SRPRA will largely be organizational, with the election of officers, adoption of bylaws and selection of a permanent office for the organization, among other initial tasks.
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