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PHILADELPHIA AREA
ATLANTIC CITY
BOSTON BRAVES
YORK CITY
SOUTHEASTERN PENNSYLVANIA
BETSY ROSS HOUSE
PALESTRA
SLAVERY
CONSTITUTIONAL CONVENTION
UNDERGROUND RAILROAD
WEST CHESTER
ECW ARENA
PARENTS
BUCKS COUNTY
DELAWARE
WILMINGTON
EASTERN CONFERENCE
THREE-WAY TIE
BOBBY RYDELL
MARIAN ANDERSON
BEANIE SIGEL
DJ JAZZY JEFF
NHL
JONATHAN TOEWS
CHEESESTEAK
BETSY ROSS
MARC JACKSON
SIXERS
APRIL HUNTER
JAMES DARREN
KIM DELANEY
AGE FIFTEEN
BREE SHARP
COMCAST CENTER
BILL COSBY
ANGELO CATALDI
MORGANTI
BLACKHAWKS
WACHOVIA CENTER
GENE MCFADDEN
JOHN WHITEHEAD
JAMES FORTEN
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Definitions

  1. Philadelphia is the largest city in Pennsylvania, occupying all of Philadelphia County. (Web site)
  2. Philadelphia is a city of awe-inspiring architecture, a wealth of art and culture and the greatest concentration of American history in the country.
  3. Philadelphia is a planned city, founded and developed in 1682 by William Penn, a Quaker.
  4. Philadelphia is a deservedly widely played, popular track off Beat Street, but this is not the only top tier song on the CD. Most are. (Web site)
  5. Philadelphia is the city of brotherly love, Mayor Frank Rizzo, soft pretzels with mustard and the Mike Douglas Show.

Baltimore

  1. By the 1963 formation of the Lutheran Church in America, there were three main centers for deaconess work: Philadelphia, Baltimore, and Omaha. (Web site)

Sports Network

  1. Philadelphia, PA -- (Sports Network) - Hall of Fame jockey Bill Hartack has been found dead at the age of 74.

Father

  1. His father, a clergyman, writer, and educator, moved the family to Philadelphia in 1866. (Web site)
  2. Born Pat Azzara in Philadelphia in 1944, he was first exposed to jazz through his father, who sang in local clubs and played guitar. (Web site)
  3. When he returned to Philadelphia, Franklin became comptroller of the General Post Office, under his father, and clerk of the General Assembly. (Web site)

William Bartram

  1. William Bartram was born in Kingsessing, Pennsylvania (now a part of Philadelphia) in 1739.
  2. After his father returned to Philadelphia, William Bartram remained in Florida and tried to raise indigo and rice but his venture failed.

Philadelphia Area

  1. Within a year she had already performed with several orchestras in the Philadelphia area. (Web site)
  2. Let me know if you'll be in Boston any time soon, or in the Philadelphia area.
  3. In 1951, the New Jersey Turnpike opened, permitting fast travel by car or truck from the northern cities to southern New Jersey and Philadelphia area.

Atlantic City

  1. He played in Philadelphia before joining, first, Tadd Dameron's band in Atlantic City, NJ, then Lionel Hampton's big band for a European tour, both in 1953.
  2. Maurice River Township is one hour from both Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and Atlantic City, situated just off of Route 47, Route 49 and Route 55. (Web site)
  3. As their popularity grew, especially in the Atlantic City - Philadelphia area, they attracted the attention of record producers Kenny Gamble and Loen Huff.

Boston Braves

  1. Philadelphia will win 11 of their next 15 games to hold first place by four games over the Boston Braves.
  2. From 1899 through 1911, he played for the Philadelphia Phillies (1899-1908[start], 1910-1911), Pittsburgh Pirates (1908[end]) and Boston Braves (1909). (Web site)

York City

  1. It should be noted that over the last 5-10 years, many African Americans and Hispanics have migrated to the city from Philadelphia and New York City.
  2. Currently, Earl Lewis is teaching illustration at the University of the Arts in Philadelphia and is a member of The Society of Illustrators in New York City.
  3. Wolfgang Sawallisch, in his final season as music director, will conduct the Philadelphia Orchestra in Philadelphia and New York City.

Southeastern Pennsylvania

  1. The city of Chester is located off of Interstate 95 in Delaware County in Southeastern Pennsylvania, 10 miles south of Philadelphia.
  2. Bala Cynwyd is a village in Lower Merion Township which is located in the Main Line in southeastern Pennsylvania, bordering the western edge of Philadelphia.
  3. If Lois Murphy can beat Gerlach in 2008, then all of the Southeastern Pennsylvania (Philadelphia and Suburbs) seats will be Democratic.

Betsy Ross House

  1. Betsy Ross House: Visit TripAdvisor, your source for the web's best unbiased reviews and articles about Betsy Ross House in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Web site)

Palestra

  1. The Palestra is a legendary arena at the University of Pennsylvania in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

Slavery

  1. Born into slavery in 1764 in Virginia's Isle of Wight County, she was brought to Philadelphia at eighteen years of age.

Constitutional Convention

  1. In 1787, he served as a delegate to the Constitutional Convention in Philadelphia.

Underground Railroad

  1. They will be known as the burial site for William Still (Father of the Underground Railroad in Philadelphia).

West Chester

  1. Margera was born and raised in West Chester, Pennsylvania, a western suburb of Philadelphia. (Web site)

Ecw Arena

  1. Homicide defeated Jay Lover for the vacant title that same night in the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. (Web site)
  2. June 10, 2005 - Shane Douglas promotes an ECW style reunion show called Hardcore Homecoming at the ECW Arena in Philadelphia, before a 1,200 sell out crowd. (Web site)

Parents

  1. Andrew Weil was born June 8, 1942 in Philadelphia, PA to parents of German and Ukrainian descent.
  2. Philadelphia, whom he married in 1876, began her career in the company of her parents, John and Louisa Lane Drew. (Web site)

Bucks County

  1. Doylestown is a borough in Bucks County, Pennsylvania, 27 miles (43 km) north of Philadelphia. (Web site)
  2. It provides the last maternity services to Northeast Philadelphia between Center City and Bucks County. (Web site)

Delaware

  1. In Pennsylvania, Bush swept the group of suburban counties that surround Philadelphia, including Bucks, Delaware, Chester, and Montgomery.
  2. Prior to the arrival of Europeans the Philadelphia area was inhabited by the Lenape (Delaware) Indians.
  3. Locally, he has performed with The Philadelphia Orchestra and the Delaware and Allentown symphonies.

Wilmington

  1. Wilmington and Philadelphia were on the major route followed by Tubman, and by hundreds of others who escaped from slavery in Maryland.
  2. A public-television station from Philadelphia (but licensed to Wilmington), WHYY-TV, maintains a studio and broadcasting facility in Wilmington.

Eastern Conference

  1. The Canadiens have moved into a tie with Philadelphia for sixth in the Eastern Conference, although the Flyers have two games in hand.
  2. That vaulted Montreal over Boston into seventh place in the Eastern Conference, two points behind Philadelphia and seven behind Ottawa.
  3. Montreal remained tied for sixth place in the Eastern Conference with Philadelphia.

Three-Way Tie

  1. Through Wednesday, the Canadiens were in a three-way tie for the sixth spot with Philadelphia and Ottawa at 82 points.
  2. The Canadiens are in a three-way tie for sixth in the East with Philadelphia and Boston with 82 points, just two points ahead of ninth-place Atlanta.

Bobby Rydell

  1. Bobby Rydell (born Robert Louis Ridarelli, April 26, 1942 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American teen idol from the early 1960s era of Rock and Roll. (Web site)

Marian Anderson

  1. Marian Anderson was born February 27, 1897, in Philadelphia, PA. She started singing early in life and at the age of six, joined the family's church choir.
  2. Marian Anderson was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania in the early nineteen hundreds.
  3. Marian Anderson was born to a warm, loving, hardworking family on Webster Street in South Philadelphia. (Web site)

Beanie Sigel

  1. Beanie Sigel teamed up with an unlikely partner for an anti-violence march in his hometown of Philadelphia on Thursday (December 20): comedian Bill Cosby.

Dj Jazzy Jeff

  1. In the world of hip-hop, Philadelphia has always been home to musical talent ranging from The Roots, DJ Jazzy Jeff, and Dice Raw to Beanie Sigel and Freeway. (Web site)
  2. In 1990, DJ Jazzy Jeff (real name: Jeff Townes) formed " A Touch of Jazz," a production house in his hometown of Philadelphia.

Nhl

  1. PHILADELPHIA: The Flyers are also going for tradition, bringing back the predominantly orange jersey the club wore at home when it joined the NHL in 1967-68. (Web site)
  2. Jeremy Roenick (born January 17 1970, in Boston, Massachusetts) is a professional Ice Hockey centre in the NHL, playing for the Philadelphia Flyers. (Web site)
  3. The Kings opened the 1967-68 NHL season, their first in the NHL, at the Long Beach Arena on October 14, 1967, defeating the Philadelphia Flyers, 4-2.

Jonathan Toews

  1. PHILADELPHIA - Jonathan Toews is the second straight kid captain to lift the Stanley Cup.
  2. PHILADELPHIA - If Jonathan Toews has a hockey checklist, there might not be a whole lot of boxes remaining after this amazing season. (Web site)
  3. PHILADELPHIA — Jonathan Toews of the Chicago Blackhawks has won the Conn Smythe Trophy as the most valuable player in the National Hockey League playoffs.

Cheesesteak

  1. Olivieri claims to be the originator of the sandwich most people associate with the city of Philadelphia, the cheesesteak.
  2. This is a list of establishments in Philadelphia that have won Best of Philly awards for cheesesteak.
  3. The cheesesteak is a comfort food for natives of the Philadelphia region.

Betsy Ross

  1. Tango Diva - Travel Reviews - Philadelphia, USA: The Question of Turning to the section on Betsy Ross was like opening a big, decaying can of worms.
  2. Betsy Ross is a seamstress living in Philadelphia.

Marc Jackson

  1. Marc Jackson is a wide body who was born and raised in Philadelphia and even played college ball at Temple.
  2. Aug 9, 2005: Philadelphia 76ers traded Marc Jackson and cash to the New Jersey Nets for a conditional second-round draft pick in 2006.

Sixers

  1. With the Sixers ahead, 88–87, Carter missed a jump shot at the buzzer to send Philadelphia into the Eastern Conference Finals against the Milwaukee Bucks. (Web site)
  2. Then again, Billy Cunningham had strong ties to Philadelphia before coaching the Sixers.

April Hunter

  1. April Hunter was born in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania but moved to Enterprise, Alabama with her father when her parents divorced.
  2. April Hunter is a 5'9" fiery redhead originally from Philadelphia, now residing in Boston.

James Darren

  1. James Darren, a film actor, TV star, singer, and director was born June 8th in Philadelphia.
  2. James Darren (born June 8, 1936 in Philadelphia) is an American television star, film actor, singer, and director.
  3. Born in Philadelphia in 1936, James Darren is a talented and versatile performer whose career spans five decades.

Kim Delaney

  1. Kim Delaney was born on November 29, 1961, and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
  2. Born and raised in Philadelphia, Kim Delaney began modeling while in high school.
  3. Kathleen Maguire (Kim Delaney), is a single mother who is just beginning her career as a defense lawyer in Philadelphia.

Age Fifteen

  1. Ms. Lee appeared as a soloist with the Philadelphia Orchestra at age fifteen at the Mann Music Center in Philadelphia.

Bree Sharp

  1. Bree Sharp (born December 17, 1975 in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania) is an American singer and songwriter influenced by folk, rock, and pop. (Web site)
  2. Bree Sharp was born in Philadelphia, and learned to play guitar by age fifteen. (Web site)

Comcast Center

  1. In 2007, the Comcast Center, upon its expected completion, will become the tallest building in Philadelphia.

Bill Cosby

  1. Someone up there touched Bill Cosby with the gift of comedy when he was born in Philadelphia on July 12, 1937, the son of Wlliam and Anna Cosby.

Angelo Cataldi

  1. Angelo Cataldi (born March 13, 1951) is a sports radio personality for 610 WIP (AM) in Philadelphia.
  2. Angelo Cataldi is a sports radio personality for 610 WIP (AM) in Philadelphia.
  3. The book is written by two of the most knowledgable Sports journalists in the Philadelphia region - Glen Macnow and Angelo Cataldi.

Morganti

  1. He returned to Philadelphia in the mid 1990s as a co-host of 610 WIP 's Morning Guys show with Angelo Cataldi and Al Morganti. (Web site)
  2. Al Morganti is a sports radio personality for 610 WIP (AM) in Philadelphia.
  3. History of the annual event founded in 1993 by Philadelphia talk-radio hosts Al Morganti and Angelo Cataldi as a celebration of gluttony.

Blackhawks

  1. Claude Giroux's tally at the 5:59 mark of overtime lifted Philadelphia to a 4-3 victory over the Blackhawks in Game 3.
  2. The Blackhawks beat the Philadelphia Flyers 4-3 to win the Stanley Cup for the first time in 49 years. (Web site)
  3. The Blackhawks embarked on a pre-dawn pub crawl after returning from Philadelphia with a beer-soaked Stanley Cup.

Wachovia Center

  1. The tour, which started on October 4 at the Wachovia Center in Philadelphia, is simply being referred to as Streisand: The Tour.
  2. The Philadelphia Flyers have been playing their home games in Broad Street at the Wachovia Center.

Gene Mcfadden

  1. One half of legendary R&B duo McFadden & Whitehead, Gene McFadden, has died in the US city of Philadelphia.

John Whitehead

  1. Tragically, John Whitehead was shot dead, whilst working on a vehicle with another man, in Philadelphia on the 11th of May 2004. (Web site)
  2. John Whitehead was shot dead on May 11th 2004 while working on a car in a Philadelphia street.

James Forten

  1. James Forten was born in 1766 as a free Black man in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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