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Philadelphia Phillies

  1. the sports section
    2 Big Leaguers Sue Al Jazeera Over Doping ReportSuits filed by Ryan Zimmerman and Ryan Howard say the report was false and reckless.
  2. Why Can't Us?
    Where to Eat and Drink For the Phillies Home Opener TodayPhillies phans are gearing up for the first game on the home turf this season.
  3. Why Can't Us?
    Where to Watch the Phillies Season Opener (or Still Enjoy Yourself If It GetsWhether it rains, snows or the sun comes out, we’ve got you covered.
  4. Mediavore
    West Oak Lane’s Relish Benefits From Millions in Public Funding; DannonPlus Phillies Wives puts out a cookbook, and one out of six Americans gets food poisoning each year, all in our morning news roundup.
  5. Accolades
    Despite That Whole Michael Vick Thing, PETA Ranks the Linc Number OneWhat part of running an illegal dog-fighting operation is considered “ethical?”
  6. Quote of the Day
    Tommy Up Consoles Heartbroken Phillies FansThere’s always next season.
  7. Sweet News
    10 Arts’ Monica Glass Has Some Sweet Relief For Phillies PheverThe 10 Arts pastry chef has a sweet spot for the Phillies.
  8. Mediavore
    Business Booms at Restaurants and Bars with the Phillies Postseason Success;Plus Wolfgang Puck shows up to his restaurant’s opening in Tulsa, and KFC temporarily converts two stores into “hunger relief stations,” all in our morning news roundup.
  9. Deals
    Where to Eat and Drink While Watching the Phillies in the National LeagueLocal bars and restaurants are offering up all sorts of deals for the playoffs.
  10. Mediavore
    Phillies Fans Get The First Taste of MLB’s At Bat App; Starbucks RaisesPlus now you can cereal marshmallows without the cereal, and the forthcoming food site The Daily Meal hires an editor, all in our morning news roundup.
  11. Accolades
    PETA Ranks Citizens Bank Park Number OneThe ball park is the first undisputed dynasty in the history of PETA’s rankings.
  12. Why Can't Us?
    Home Opener for Phillies and Their New Haute DogIt’s home opener day
  13. Why Can't Us?
    Phillies Fans Pick a DogThe ballpark has a new signature dog
  14. Why Can't Us?
    Pick a Haute Dog for the BallparkHow do you follow up the Phillies toaster?
  15. Why Can't Us?
    A Toast for PhansFor true Phanatics only
  16. Why Can't Us?
    Where to Eat Hot Dogs and Watch Game 6 TonightGo Phils!
  17. Openings
    Will New Yorkers Be Phanatical for Philly Phro-Yo?A Philly-based fro-yo company has replaced Yogurtland in the West Village.
  18. Why Can't Us?
    New York Post Libels Philly Food SceneIn which Gotham’s paper of ill repute dares to malign not only the Philly Phanatic, but misrepresents our pretzels!
  19. Empire Building
    Carnegie Deli Will Bring Cheesecake to Pennsylvanians Regardless of the SeriesThe landmark deli is opening an outpost in a Pennsylvania casino.
  20. User's Guide
    How to Eat Philly’s Lunch Before The Game TodayOur guide to a Philadelphia lunch before the Dodger game.
  21. the sports section
    Wherein We Find the Reason You Might Be Depressed by the Phillies’ ChampionshipPhilly’s got its first title in 25 years. But depending on your allegiances, New York’s teams haven’t exactly been having a great quarter-century, either.
  22. the sports section
    By the Numbers: Phillies Humiliate MetsAfter last night’s Philadelphia National League Championship Series win over the Los Angeles Dodgers, a certain wacky prediction looked pretty wise.
  23. the sports section
    Last Night’s Big Mets Collapse Just the Beginning?After last night’s disastrous ninth inning against the Phillies, Mets fans probably can’t wait for the injured Wagner to return to the bullpen.
  24. the sports section
    Mets, Phillies to Flail It Out for Desperate FansIn a world where the ongoing Red Sox–Yankees “saga” is rudely interrupted by the Tampa Bay Rays, it is no wonder that the artificial construction of a Mets-Phillies rivalry has been so labored and dogged.
  25. the sports section
    The Day Philadelphia Bested New YorkAs Mets fans averted their eyes last night from the dispirited slop on the field at Shea, they could find no comfort in the National League scoreboard. Before the Mets even stepped up to bat, the Phillies led the Braves by four. The St. Louis Cardinals shut out the Mets with little bombast, and fans left Shea so humiliated by simultaneously losing the game and their sole claim to first place in the NL East that they could barely muster a few feeble taunts at a guy wearing a Rick Ankiel jersey. This is what happens to New Yorkers when we realize that Philadelphia is better than us.