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Philly artists perform for more funding at City Hall [video]

Philly artists perform for more funding at City Hall [video]Arts organizations from across Philadelphia performed at City Hall on Tuesday to garner support for restoring arts funding in the city. 
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Go to the Philadelphia Science Festival and inspire a lifetime of questions and learning

Go to the Philadelphia Science Festival and inspire a lifetime of questions and learningOver the past year and a half, while producing "COSMOS: A SpaceTime Odyssey," I've had the pleasure to speak with many of the top scientific minds of our age. The thing they all have in common is unquenchable curiosity. The

Reimagining the 21st century teacher: Professional development from the bottom up

Reimagining the 21st century teacher: Professional development from the bottom upTry to find the constant in most schools, and you'll likely end up in the classroom of a veteran teacher. Students come and go – as do principals, superintendents and, with them, technology fads and ever-shifting educational
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I choose life over death with HIV, and I owe it to you
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I choose life over death with HIV, and I owe it to you

I take one pill, once a day, provided to me by the state of Pennsylvania. Without this medication, and without the prior and ongoing work of pharmaceutical companies and HIV/AIDS activists, or the current and future dedication
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Why are there 57 varieties of everything?

These days, there are more choices than ever, and it's both wonderful and exhausting. We're modern. We're hip. So we threw away our paper grocery list and downloaded the Wegman's shopping list app for our phone, which promised

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After the last mayor went to jail, Trenton voters get a chance at a fresh start

After the last mayor went to jail, Trenton voters get a chance at a fresh start

Trenton voters head to the polls May 13 to elect a new mayor. Running New Jersey's capitol city will be a tall order as City Hall is tarnished by the corruption of former Mayor Tony Mack.
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Cellular powerhouses explain why alcoholics have weaker muscles

Cellular powerhouses explain why alcoholics have weaker muscles

Doctors know long-term alcohol abuse makes muscles weaker, but scientists haven't had a good explanation for why that is -- until now.
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