Dream act — what one Philly public school would do if Wolf has his way

Dream act — what one Philly public school would do if Wolf has his wayWhat would you do with two and a half million dollars? Or, $2,447,020 to be exact.
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Philly Burlesque Festival uncovers the art of storytelling [mature content]

Philly Burlesque Festival uncovers the art of storytelling [mature content]Philadelphia's first Burlesque Festival kicked off with risqué performances at Underground Arts Thursday night.

Is Philly's best cheesesteak really made in Camden? [photos + video]

Is Philly's best cheesesteak really made in Camden? [photos + video]Robert Lucas knows that his family's 72-year-old eatery in Camden, NJ, will get much attention after Anthony Bourdain's "Parts Unknown" program airs on CNN this Sunday night — what with the host saying that the best

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Fair distribution, not simply more money, the answer for Pa. schools
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Fair distribution, not simply more money, the answer for Pa. schools

Pennsylvania schools are the most inequitably funded in the entire country. Actions of the General Assembly and the governor’s office to address this do not appear to go far enough. They seem only to increase funding for
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Letter: Want your vote to mean something? Vote in local elections.

When I read about the low voter turnout in Philadelphia's May primary, I was disappointed but not surprised. In the weeks leading up to the primary election there were numerous debates, candidate meet-and-greets, and of course

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Meditation may look calming, but it's intended to challenge our realities.
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