They’re the Lords of Dogtown.
Philadelphia Eagles Lane Johnson and Chris Long ran off the field Saturday night with dog masks on their heads after beating the Falcons, a gimmick they came up with after oddsmakers made the top-seeded Eagles underdogs on their home field.
PHILADELPHIA (WTXF) - Philadelphia Eagles All-Pro right tackle Lane Johnson is fully embracing the team’s underdog status heading into Sunday’s NFC Championship game against the Minnesota Vikings, by selling “Home Dogs Gonna Eat” t-shirts.
A Philadelphia Eagle is among the generous donors pledging support to the School District of Philadelphia on this Giving Tuesday.
In front of students from the F. Amadee Bregy School in South Philadelphia, Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson announced he is donating 100 percent of his new clothing line “Follow my block” LJ65, to the fund for the School District of Philadelphia.
There were all sorts of noises coming from the students in the auditorium at Lincoln High School – raised voices, non-stop chatter — sounds most school administrators typically frown on, especially when hosting the mayor and the superintendent of schools.
Attending Central High School affected Joseph M. Field’s life profoundly, but he never forgot that the public school that shaped him had one major shortcoming, even when he attended in the late 1940s: It lacked a proper performance space for its many promising musicians.
Parents are used to hearing that school budgets are putting the squeeze on activities like music and sports. But rarely has a solution to such a problem been as elaborate and artistic as the “Symphony for a Broken Orchestra.”
PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — A new crowdfunding tool will help match the needs of individual Philadelphia schools with people who want to help pay for them.
Muñoz-Marin Elementary kids play on a big stretch of blacktop that has two backboards but no basketball hoops. Principal Ariel Lajara wants to buy them, but that costs $650 he doesn’t have.
Unfortunately for Eagles offensive tackle Lane Johnson, he wasn't able to complete Sunday's game against the Cardinals, as he left with a head injury. But that doesn't mean he wasn't able to do some good for Philadelphia over the weekend and moving forward.
Brian and Aileen Roberts' gift to the Fund for the School District of Philadelphia’s Right Books Campaign will help pay for leveled libraries in every K-3 classroom in the District.