Some consumers searching out energy-efficient appliances

Some consumers searching out energy-efficient appliancesHoliday shopping has everyone checking out price tags for good deals. Some consumers are making a point of insisting on more climate-friendly purchases.

Weekly Entertainment Guide - Carols, Critters, Cabaret, and the Constitution!

Weekly Entertainment Guide - Carols, Critters, Cabaret, and the Constitution!  Robin Bloom offers suggestions for holiday weekend fun.

New radio station Boom lets Philly tune in to classic hip-hop

New radio station Boom lets Philly tune in to classic hip-hopPhiladelphians are listening to a bit more old-school hip-hop these days, thanks to a new FM radio station.

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I choose to cherish Thanksgiving, not to go shopping
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I choose to cherish Thanksgiving, not to go shopping

This year more companies began opening their doors on the cherished holiday, forcing millions of employees instead to choose between a time-honored and federally recognized tradition and their livelihood — their families'
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The spirit of connecting, when service leads to personal happiness and workplace success

An interview with Leadership Philadelphia CEO Liz Dow reveals a surprising truth about work and meaning for business leaders. "I’m here to teach people to serve," Dow says. "I believe service is what brings people together

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Peaceful protest over Ferguson continues in Philly

Peaceful protest over Ferguson continues in Philly

Protests sparked by the recent decision in Ferguson, Missouri, not to indict a white officer in the slaying of a black teen continued Friday in cities around the country.
Fridays at 9 a.m. on WHYY 90.9 FM
How old is too old? Two ethicists debate quality of life as we age

How old is too old? Two ethicists debate quality of life as we age

How is this for a headline sure to catch your attention: "Why I hope to Die at 75." It was the title of an opinion piece written earlier this year for The Atlantic by Zeke Emanuel, chair of the Department of Medical Ethics and
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