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A Spectrum of memories

Mention the Philadelphia Spectrum, and there is a good chance it will trigger an endless list of hard-to-forget moments. The building that was known as “America’s Showplace” came crumbling down in 2010, but for more than four decades, this venue hosted it all. The Philadelphia Flyers called it home during the 1974 and ’75 seasons - the Stanley Cup championship years. The Sixers enjoyed a crowning moment, too, back in ’83 with the likes of NBA greats Julius Erving and Moses Malone leading the charge. 

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A real cutie

Meet Daisy,  a little 11-week-old corgi/pit mix! This pup is super sweet and loves to nap by your side. She is seriously as cute as they come, and will make a family so happy! There is no way you can meet her and not fall head over heels in love. 
To adopt Daisy, visit MorrisAnimalRefuge.org. For more adoptable pets, visit Facebook.com/mumsandmutts. SPR 

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Panic buttons

A Point Breeze resident used a personal tragedy as inspiration to write a rap song about the perils of texting while driving.

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Neighborhood Gatherings 1-26-17

Bainbridge Street Barrel House, 625-27 S. Sixth St., hosts a Sour Beer Event noon Jan. 28 until 2 a.m. Jan. 29. phillytapfinder.com/event/bainbridge-st-barrel-house-4. 

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Masked men

The Philadelphia Police Department is seeking tips in solving a commercial burglary. 

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Limitless data plan

On Friday, authorities released the images of two men sought in a local theft. 

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Ice to meet all of you

Pennsport facility is celebrating 30 years as a provider of youth hockey programs.

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Deadly morning

A man died in might have been a drive-by shooting. 

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Branching Out 1-26-17

Charles Santore Branch

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Blavat returns to the Kimmel

He’s the Geator with the Heater; the Boss with the Hot Sauce; the King of Philly Rock & Roll.

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