The Sons of Ben held their first “Pints fur Pets” charity event at two locations on Sunday. John Whitesall has a report that includes photos from Earl Gardner.
Six local teenagers traveled to Brazil this week with Philadelphia’s Starfinder Foundation as part of FIFA’s “Football for Hope” festival. Starfinder was the only program chosen by FIFA to represent the US.
8-year-old Jack Brown from Gettysburg has started a juggle journal to raise money for Charity Ball. He’s already up to 1,350 juggles in a row.
PSP photographer Earl Gardner spent opening day with the Sons of Ben as they prepared for Saturday’s game, presented another successful Stache Bash, marched into PPL Park, and cheered the Union on to their first win of the season. Here’s a look at what he saw.
Local band 56MEN have released a music video that’s all about going to see the Union at PPL Park. We think you’ll like it.
What’s with Philly’s Exit Skateshop tweeting photos of a new US Soccer jersey? Turns out the soccer-skateboarding connection is deeper than one might think.
PSP talks to Sons of Ben president Kenny Hanson about the supporters groups 2014 plans, including bigger and better tifo, a warehouse space, and its first elections.