PHILADELPHIA #8212; Most young barbers occupy the chair at the rear of the shop, hoping someone will take a seat and give them a crack.That won t work for Neijae Graham Henries, who is hunting or one day will hunt for big game.
Southwest Philadelphia refinery explosions caught on video on June 21, 2019.Officials release animation of Philly refinery explosion on October 16, 2019.
But in reality, does it hold water? For a variety of reasons, the impact of weather on voting is difficult to quantify, and the evidence is conflicted. An Inquirer study of 30 years of mayoral, gubernatorial, and presidential turnouts in Philadelphia failed to identify any impact.
The number of syphilis cases exceeded 115,000, and the number of primary and secondary syphilis cases the most infectious stages of the disease reached 35,000, the highest number reported since 1991. That amounts to a national rate of 10.8 cases per 100,000 people. In Philadelphia, the rate of primary and secondary syphilis cases was more than twice that high, at 26 cases per 100,000 people. Health experts have connected the city s numbers in part to men who have unprotected sex with men, though the rates in women have climbed lately. Drug use and poverty also are factors.
The landmark ruling could make Philadelphia the first city in the country to open a site where people can use drugs under medical supervision, be revived if they overdose, and access treatment. The new momentum around the issue has intensified big questions about what s next in the courtroom, in the neighborhoods where a site is most likely to open, and in the state legislature, where pushback on the sites has already arisen. Safehouse officials said the ruling by U.S. District Judge Gerald A. McHugh removed the biggest legal hurdles toward opening a site. But they still want further guidance from the court, which they expect to receive in the next few weeks, possibly after another hearing, said Ilana Eisenstein, an attorney for Safehouse.
Tim Twentyman Senior WriterDetroit hits the road for a tough NFC matchup later today in Philadelphia against the Eagles. The Lions are coming off a gritty win at home vs. the Los Angeles Chargers last week. The Eagles lost a tough one on the road in Atlanta last Sunday night.
Tim Twentyman Senior WriterPHILADELPHIA The Detroit Lions will have their defensive leader back on the field today in Philadelphia vs. the Eagles.
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) Uber is rolling out a new safety feature to protect passengers. The feature is called Ride Check and it allows the ridesharing company to follow up with riders and drivers if it detects something going wrong during a trip such as a crash or an unexpected long stop.Passengers can let Uber know that everything is OK through the app or even ask for help.
WASHINGTON In the face of criticism that Facebook is not doing enough to combat extremist messaging, the company likes to say that its automated systems remove the vast majority of prohibited content glorifying the Islamic State group and al Qaida before it apos;s reported.But a whistleblower apos;s complaint shows that Facebook itself has inadvertently provided the two extremist groups with a networking and recruitment tool by producing dozens of pages in their names.
The study was also presented at the Heart Failure Society of America Annual Scientific Meeting in Philadelphia.
The operation, known as an exfiltration, followed mounting concerns among U.S. officials that the individual, whose identity is unknown, could be discovered by the Russian government. The exfiltration took place sometime after an Oval Office meeting in May 2017, when President Donald Trump revealed highly classified counterterrorism information to the Russian foreign minister and ambassador, said the current and former officials, speaking on the condition of anonymity to discuss the sensitive operation.
By ROB MAADDI AP Pro Football WriterPHILADELPHIA (AP) If the chorus of "Fly Eagles Fly " or "E A G L E S" chants become too overwhelming for fans with sensory needs at Lincoln Financial Field, the Philadelphia Eagles took a big step to make sure those fans don't have to leave the event.
The singer celebrated her birthday early by catching Lizzo;s set at the annual Philadelphia festival. Fans spotted Beyonc and Jay Z at the side of the stage during the ;Good As Hell; singer;s set, dancing along as Lizzo performed a string of hits including ;Truth Hurts; and ;Cuz I Love You.;Later, Lizzo freaked out on social media, sharing pics of Bey and Jay enjoying her set with the caption, "Swipe to lose your fucking mind. "
TwitterPinterestGetty ImagesFacebookTwitterPinterestFrom a humongous bouncing booty to a giant tiered wedding cake, Lizzo has completely and totally mastered the art of stage presence. In recent weeks, the "Truth Hurts " singer has continued to take over the charts, and our hearts, and after a recent performance at the Made in America music festival, it seems that even Beyonc is now a fan.On Sunday, September 1, Lizzo took to the stage of the Philadelphia music festival, which was founded by Jay Z. Naturally, her set featured plenty of memorable dance moves and all of her hit songs. However, it was a special guest on the side of the stage that caught the attention of Lizzo, and social media. Posting a set of images to Instagram, the rapper captured as Beyonc watched on, and as demonstrated by her large smile, she was clearly having the time of her life. "Swipe to lose your fu king mind, " Lizzo wrote of the photos. She also posted the set to Twitter, writing, "A story in two parts. "
Power couple Beyonc and JAY Z sparked rumors of pregnancy when they made an appearance at the Made in America Festival in Philadelphia on Saturday night. Queen Bey is celebrating her birthday this week on September 4th, so some family and friends surprised her with an early intimate celebration. In the video that has gained millions of interaction and reactions online, Beyonce is seen standing next to her husband who is holding a massive champagne bottle, as a cake is held out in front of her with sparkling candles.The small gathering serenaded Mrs. Carter who was clad in shorts and a corset top with a tan long sleeve shirt overlaying it that had the first few buttons undone revealing much cleavage. She also donned a small black leather purse that clutched her waist. Viewers could not help but notice that the singer 's stomach seemed a bit more pronounced than usual as the camera lens zooms in closer on her torso.
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Starbucks has found itself in trouble again. Reportedly, a barista at a Starbucks outlet in Philadelphia wrote ISIS instead of Aziz on a customer 's coffee cup. ISIS is the short form for the Islamic State of Iraq and Syria. A Twitter post states that Niquel Johnson and his two friends walked into a Starbucks outlet where they ordered their drink. Just as the custom with Starbucks, when a customer orders a drink, the employees asks for a name to be written on the cup and Johnson gave his Islamic name which is Aziz.Read Starbucks opens #39;silent cafe #39; in China
Sunday after leaving work, Philadelphia resident Abdul Aziz Johnson stopped at a Chestnut Hill Starbucks on Germantown Avenue with two friends and ordered three iced drinks, according to Jacob Bender, the executive director of CAIR Philadelphia, the local chapter of the Council of American Islamic Relations. Johnson gave his name as Aziz, but only after the men walked to a nearby bookstore did they notice the receipt attached to their cups, where customers names are printed. It said ISIS.
GERMANTOWN Philadelphia police are searching for two men who they say broke into a school and stole $30,000 worth of electronics in Germantown. #xA0;It happened around 10:30 p.m. on Aug. 9 at the Germantown Friends Select School on West Coulter Street. #xA0;
Will Forte (The Last Man On Earth) and It 's Always Sunny in Philadelphia 's Kaitlin Olson are set to star in Flipped, a new comedy series, from Groundlings alums Steve Mallory and Damon Jones, and Funny or Die, for Jeffrey Katzenberg and Meg Whitman 's short form video platform Quibi. Desperate Housewives alumna Eva Longoria, Arturo Castro (Alternatino) and Andy Garcia (Mama Mia: Here We Go Again) also star in the series which begins production today.