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Classic Frozen Margarita... [Read More]
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Much as I might crave one during summer, I won't order a frozen drink at a busy bar. It just feels a little sadistic toward... [Read More]
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After school and Saturday mornings were devoted to fighting crime. [Read More]
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Quintessence Theatre Group in Mt. Airy has extended its Reclamation Repertory --which includes Pearl Cleage's "Flyin' West" and Alexander Dumas' tragic romance "Camille" – through... [Read More]
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Frances McBride died on June 16, 2022. She is survived by her loving family and friends. Service will be held on Thursday, June 30, 2022,... [Read More]
New Jersey legislative leaders want to do more to ensure state elections run smoothly in time for midterms this fall. [Read More]
The School District of Philadelphia's summer learning program got underway Monday as educators and city leaders work to keep students occupied and safe this summer. [Read More]
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Two years ago, when the coronavirus pandemic was first racing through the population and residents were under restrictions on gatherings, Delaware lawmakers approved voting by... [Read More]
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Charles Edward Motley Sr., a retired auditor for the City of Philadelphia, died on Tuesday, June 21, 2022, after years of managing diabetes and congestive... [Read More]
Why are we so peckish after some workouts but uninterested in eating after others? [Read More]
The committee investigating the Capitol Hill insurrection on January 6, 2021, has added a previously unexpected public hearing for Tuesday afternoon, the committee announced Monday. [Read More]
In 2018, Stacey Abrams came within 1.4 percentage points of clinching the governor's mansion in Georgia. Her stinging loss to Republican Brian Kemp is still... [Read More]
Pennsylvania Attorney General Josh Shapiro, the Democratic nominee for Pa. governor, rallied in defense of abortion rights with hundreds of others at Philadelphia's National Constitution... [Read More]
The Tiny Room for Elephants Festival returns to Cherry Street Pier from July 8-24. Tiny Room for Elephants is a community of creatives seeking to... [Read More]
A number of my friends are in the market for an automobile. Perhaps you are too! If so, you know that the pickings are slim.... [Read More]
Whether you want to be a first time homebuyer or are facing eviction because of a job loss due to the pandemic, the Urban League... [Read More]
The city of Philadelphia's $5.8 billion budget for 2023 includes $184 million for gun violence initiatives, as well as a nearly $30 million boost for... [Read More]
Friday's long-anticipated U.S. Supreme Court ruling has overturned Roe v. Wade, though that doesn't mean that there will be a nationwide ban on abortions. Instead,... [Read More]
Dr. Gene Raymond Newton, a retired internal medicine specialist, died on Saturday, June 18, 2022. [Read More]
For the second consecutive year, Community College of Philadelphia (CCP) is paying off students' unpaid balances. [Read More]
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