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On The Fly: No School In Philly Thursday For Super Bowl Parade

On The Fly: No School In Philly Thursday For Super Bowl Parade

School was canceled in the city of Philadelphia Thursday, many city offices were closed and fans camped out in cars and tents so they could get good spots along the 4.8-mile victory parade route to celebrate the Eagles winning their first Super Bowl championship 41-33 over the Patriots. “I’ve never seen so many people in one spot, celebrating one thing,” said Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, the Super Bowl MVP. The parade started on Broad Street and Pattison Avenue and ended up at the Philadelphia Museum of Art, where the Rocky statue is.

USA Today reported Monday that Tom Brady’s wife Gisele Bundchen told their children that the...

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