The buzz is back in Philly sports, thanks mostly to the Eagles and Sixers.
Just because I can, here are my current rankings, noting that they can change at any moment:
It's been said that August is the Sunday night of the summer, which is a terrible disservice to August.
It's been said that laughter is the best medicine. (Frankly, for me, just give me the damn drugs and get out of the way.)
The convenient thing about college football is that if you lose early enough in the season, you can come back and win a conference title and earn a trip to the playoffs.
Three decades ago, one of my brothers returned from a Vermont vacation and said he loved it.
Having last ripped into the concept of incessant meetings about a year ago, it’s time to do it again.
Author Travis Bradberry of California says we're always chasing something – such as a promotion, new car or significant other.
Mercifully, another losing season for the Phillies is about to end – but there is hope for next year.
There’s no better recreational game than pickup basketball or playground hoops.
Two certainties about the National Football League:
Barbecue over movie watching.
What would possess Conor McGregor to fight undefeated boxing champion Floyd Mayweather Jr.?
We're about to hit one of the best times of the year for sports.
Godfather I and II. Ocean's Eleven. Shawshank.
No one ever accused John Urschel of being stupid.
The top 10 best things about the beach and summer:
It's National Simplicity Day, so here's some clutter:
Idaho is No. 1 and New York is No. 50.
Few industries are more imperiled economically than journalism. Americans want their news and information to be free, and that's not a good business formula for the media.
He’s crazy. He’s delusional. He’s a helicopter parent spiraling out of control.
Normally, four beats three. As in, four basketball all-stars should whip three basketball all-stars.
Cheryl Hyatt, an executive-search consultant based in western Pennsylvania, advises people on their first day on the job not to be late, not to talk about their pay and not to engage in gossip.
If work is a happy place for you, then more than likely you work for a small business.
An enjoyable encounter recently with Pabst Blue Ribbon – and that is not an oxymoron – tapped memories of beers from decades ago.
Thoughts about the three-day National Football League draft, which begins tonight in Philadelphia at the city's Museum of Art:
Apparently, “Fly the Friendly Skies” only refers to when you're actually in the air.
Just because ... our annual baseball forecast.
On Friday – National Crayon Day – Crayola will announce a color that it will retire from production. It will be one of the colors in its basic 24-pack of crayons.
One of the most outrageous money grabs in recent American government history occurred in Philadelphia last year when the politicians there passed a tax on soda.
Masked by Villanova's 2016 national championship and top seed in this year's NCAA Tournament is the demise of college basketball in Philadelphia.
How far do you travel from home before you no longer turn back to retrieve your cellphone?
A long, complex report on the effects of screen time on youth was released in January.
Not sure if being genuine is linked to business success, but it's a valuable trait to have.
“I don't much feel like working today.”
Life-as-football-fans-enjoy-it ends at about 10:30 p.m. Sunday, by when the Super Bowl should be over. (Prediction – Go with Hoodie and the Patriots, 27-24.)
The Patriots are favored by three points to beat the Falcons, but there are many other, shall we say, different bets on the Super Bowl.
Fake news, the issue du jour, doesn't have to be if people would read beyond the headline.
No idea is a bad idea. We've all heard that adage.
Ever have an altruistic desire to lead or guide a nonprofit?
With tongue firmly planted in cheek, here are 10 New Year's resolutions for 2017:
It's the most wonderful time of the year - for family, for friendships, for faith.
Whether shipping for business or pleasure, it’s the busiest time of the year for sending packages.
If your family mails dozens or even hundreds of Christmas or holiday greeting cards every year, it's wise to send even more.