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Don't you dare blame Philadelphia for hitchBOT's death

Don't you dare blame Philadelphia for hitchBOT's deathA fatal shooting in Point Breeze. A dead woman found inside a car in Kensington. A 5-year-old girl injured in a North Philly hit-and-run. Those are the weekend stories — well, briefs — I read about on page

Castle competition at Rehoboth Beach [photos]

Castle competition at Rehoboth Beach [photos]For 37 summers they've been building sandcastles as competition in Rehoboth Beach.
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The politics of Cuba: Hillary's shrewd chess move

The politics of Cuba: Hillary's shrewd chess moveHillary haters insist that her emails are a major scandal that could wreck her candidacy. But if they understood the first thing about politics, they'd realize that what she said Friday in Florida was far more likely to impact

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Tech solutions save busy lives time, but please don't lose human connection
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Tech solutions save busy lives time, but please don't lose human connection

App-based delivery and service providers will furnish you with a stranger to run your errands for you, easing one quandary of modern life while exacerbating another. Is it really freeing up more time? Isn't our chronic
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What do to when you like the friend but not the gift

Small gifts given in a meaningful way are so much larger than big, expensive gifts given without much thought. I cherish these "small" tokens of generosity and value the love and friendship they represent.

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Philly residents' quandary: Stick around for Pope or get out of town?

Philly residents' quandary: Stick around for Pope or get out of town?

Precise details on security plans for Pope Francis' visit to Philadelphia in September are still scant. The big picture, though, is pretty clear: getting around the city won't be a breeze. Residents near the Benjamin Franklin
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Sometimes treating a terminal illness does more harm than good

Sometimes treating a terminal illness does more harm than good

When my mother died earlier this year, I was able to prepare myself, my family, and my mother, herself, for her death. Difficult health and end-of-life decisions are inevitable and universal for all families. So it's crucial
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