Weekly Entertainment Guide - BalletBoyz, 215 Festival & 'Great Expectations'

Weekly Entertainment Guide - BalletBoyz, 215 Festival & 'Great Expectations' 20 things to do this week in the Philly region. Robin Bloom offers her picks.
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Tom Wolf on education, uncut: Vote trading, increasing investment, and disbanding the SRC

Tom Wolf on education, uncut: Vote trading, increasing investment, and disbanding the SRCPennsylvania gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf came to WHYY studios Friday to answer an array of questions from a mix of beat reporters during an hour long visit.

Chips are up for South Jersey nurse who wins $1 million for spicy snack

Chips are up for South Jersey nurse who wins $1 million for spicy snack Potato chip lovers across the country will soon be able to snack on a spicy new flavor, thanks to a national contest and a South Jersey nurse.

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3 reasons to ignore the porn scandal, 1 good reason to care a lot
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3 reasons to ignore the porn scandal, 1 good reason to care a lot

Thousands of words have now been used to discuss the pornography scandal that has spilled over from the Pennsylvania Attorney General's office to the Supreme Court. But there has been surprisingly little discussion of what the
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Yousafzai continues a long history of inspirational girls

You may know that Malala Yousafzai will be awarded the Liberty Medal at the National Constitution Center today. And by now you must have heard that she will share the 2014 Nobel Peace Prize. Malala will receive these most

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Ferrets not always best for flu research, Wistar Institute finds

Ferrets not always best for flu research, Wistar Institute finds

New findings from a team at Philadelphia's Wistar Institute argue for a change in some types of influenza research.
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Quality of words, not quantity, key in child language development, Temple researcher says

Quality of words, not quantity, key in child language development, Temple researcher says

It's not the quantity of words a child is exposed to at an early age, but the quality of those words that may be key in his or her development.
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