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Philly families get help in search for quality preschools

Philly families get help in search for quality preschoolsParents searching for high-quality pre-kindergarten options for their children can be overwhelmed trying to find a school they can trust.

SEPTA changes fare collection for some suburban routes

SEPTA changes fare collection for some suburban routesBeginning Monday, SEPTA is changing the way it collects fares for bus and trolley rides to 69th Street Station.

Is Wolf's progressive Pa. tax plan unconstitutional?

Is Wolf's progressive Pa. tax plan unconstitutional? Tom Wolf, the Democratic nominee for governor, wants to restructure Pennsylvania income taxes so middle-class and poor families would pay less and some wealthy residents would pay more. But Republican Gov. Tom Corbett claims

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I'm single now — who cares if I was married?
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I'm single now — who cares if I was married?

I recently filled out a questionnaire that asked about my living status. The question had the usual list of categories — married, divorced, widowed — but at the end of the list, it had "Single/never married" as a
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How to leave a party early and still be a good person

The nice people of the world think you have to say goodbye to everyone at the end of a party. You can't just say goodbye to the host and hostess or sneak out entirely. We're here to confess that, in this arena, we are not

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Review: 'The Book of Mormon' and the money-reaping quality of questionable taste

Review: 'The Book of Mormon' and the money-reaping quality of questionable taste

The shocking thing about the Broadway blockbuster "The Book of Mormon," whose excellently performed national tour has settled into a seven-week run at the Forrest Theatre, is not that it's built for outrageous shocks. What do
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Turning tampons into agents for change

Turning tampons into agents for change

A Philadelphia company uses feminine hygiene products to empower girls in developing countries.
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