Interview enough chief executives and patterns emerge: They like to wake up early and write short e-mails, and are scheduled to the max. But because Mark Peterson, 40, executive director of the Golf Association of Philadelphia, spends most of his time with golfers, it's no mystery to him.
Robling is Ben Franklin. His office a canvas theatrical set. A quill pen. A writing table.
Free drinks! If you had an open hand, you probably got one during the mostly free Wawa Welcome America! festival on the Benjamin Franklin Parkway Saturday. Exotic dancers from Casa Brazilia donned feather headdresses and little else as they swayed on the world stage closest to the main entrance.
Whether it's because the two cities are so far apart, or because they are so different, or because they're engaged in a neverending war for the allegiance of the center of the state, which vacillates in proportion to the Penguins and the Flyers positions in the standings, no one can quite say. But one thing is certain: there is little love lost between the City of Brotherly Love and the Steel City.
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Police are investigating several homicides around Philadelphia after a surge of violence left at least Philadelphia homicide detectives were busy early Sunday morning after a surge of violence left several people dead across the city. About 1 a.m., a man died in a shooting on Stella Street near Emerald in the heart of Kensington, according to police.