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Published: Thu, 27 Oct 2016 04:26:04 GMT2016-10-27T04:26:04Z


In Sixers' other debut, Saric doesn't dazzle like Embiid does

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 04:26:04 GMT2016-10-27T04:26:04Z

On the day of his first NBA game, Dario Saric had ribs for lunch, then took an afternoon nap. He lives in the city, and there's a good rib joint near his place, and he always takes a nap before a game. "Gives me some energy," he said Wednesday night.

Center City retail remains hot

Thu, 27 Oct 2016 03:31:14 GMT2016-10-27T03:31:14Z

Center City retail rents could moderate a little in 2017 from their peak this year, but Philadelphia will remain a hot market compared with other U.S. cities.

Jayce Ogren: Thinking big for Orchestra 2001

Wed, 26 Oct 2016 22:58:26 GMT2016-10-26T22:58:26Z

Despite the odds, Orchestra 2001 has arrived at its 29th season, apparently thriving amid a previously impossible future. The new-music ensemble - a collective that could be anything from full orchestra to one person leading John Cage's 4'33" of silence - seemed inextricably bound to the retiring founder/director James Freeman. Yet an ambitious Orchestra 2001 program en

'Eakins, Photographer' reveals inner darkness, beauty

Wed, 26 Oct 2016 20:20:20 GMT2016-10-26T20:20:20Z

In the annals of American art, few figures fascinate more than Thomas Eakins, the Philadelphia painter who seemed driven to probe the deepest reserves of his subjects, whether they were rowers, businessmen, surgeons, artists, matrons, or members of his own family. Smiles are almost nonexistent in his paintings; furrowed brows and somber expressions rule.

Justin Timberlake: Felon voter!???!?

Wed, 26 Oct 2016 05:32:53 GMT2016-10-26T05:32:53Z

Timberlake, criminal Justin Timberlake wanted to show his enthusiasm for democracy when he posted a selfie he took inside a voting booth in Memphis. But he may have broken the law.

Suspects his rehearsal-dinner exclusion was because he's gay

Wed, 26 Oct 2016 05:31:20 GMT2016-10-26T05:31:20Z

Carolyn Hax is on leave. This column originally ran April 4, 2008. Question: Not long ago, a good friend of mine asked me to be a groomsman. Since I adore both him and the bride, I readily agreed. I thought it a bit odd that there was no rehearsal dinner, but since the ceremony itself was not exactly traditional, I didn'

TD Bank drops Tierney Commuications as lead ad agency

Wed, 26 Oct 2016 05:31:19 GMT2016-10-26T05:31:19Z

TD Bank is preparing to hire a new lead ad agency, displacing Interpublic Group's Tierney Communications office in Cherry Hill, both companies say.