Weekly Entertainment Guide - Aftershock, Avedon & Shakespeare reimagined

Weekly Entertainment Guide - Aftershock, Avedon & Shakespeare reimaginedRobin Bloom shares her picks for what to do this week in the Philly region.
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Drexel Match Day filled with screams, tears and waves of relief

Drexel Match Day filled with screams, tears and waves of relief The Match Day results are in.  Did Kelsie and Maurice match where they wanted? 

Paying for high-quality pre-K cast as investment in Pa. future

Paying for high-quality pre-K cast as investment in Pa. futureOne Wednesday morning at the Paley Early Learning Center in Northeast Philadelphia, 4-year-old Quincy was learning how to write the letter 'L'. Tracing arrows with his finger, he repeated after his teacher the different parts

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The accidental genius — from West Philly poverty to Mensa
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The accidental genius — from West Philly poverty to Mensa

I don’t romanticize poor, urban life. I lived it. I grew up in a sociopath-generating community. As an accidental Mensan, or just a black kid from West Philly who tests well, I hope we all can escape our evolutionary prison
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2014 was a banner year for TSA weapon seizures. What are you packing?

In 2014, the Transportation Security Administration seized 2,212 firearms from carry-on luggage. It's hard to know how to feel about this. In Dickensian terms, 2014 was the best and worst of times for the TSA. It was the

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Poll: Americans split on favorability of fracking

Poll: Americans split on favorability of fracking

Gallup finds fascinating political affiliation and education correlations on attitudes around the increasingly widespread — and increasingly controversial — use of "fracking."
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The science behind fixing Philadelphia's 0,000 pothole problem

The science behind fixing Philadelphia's $550,000 pothole problem

The streets are lurking with a dangerous science experiment that's been brewing underground for months.
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