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Dakota Access pipeline controversy hits home for Pa.

Dakota Access pipeline controversy hits home for Pa.

With billions of dollars on the line for projects across the commonwealth, industry executives are increasingly concerned about public opposition to pipelines. Most pipelines are under the ground, and they used to be under the

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Full funding secured for phase one of Philly's Rail Park

Full funding secured for phase one of Philly's Rail Park

Here’s a burst of sunshine on this otherwise dreary and wet Friday.

Weekly Entertainment Guide - This is the Week That Is

Weekly Entertainment Guide - This is the Week That Is

Robin Bloom offers 16 things to do this week in the Philadelphia region!

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Essay: Remembering the mentor and community that guided me toward success
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Essay: Remembering the mentor and community that guided me toward success

Making partner at a large national law firm was one of those major milestones in my life that induced some self-reflection and reminiscing. How did I get here? Who helped me? What forces shaped my life to put me on this path?

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Essay: I might have Asperger's Syndrome, but do I really want to know?

Most people are unaware of the symptoms of Asperger's syndrome. They include an unusually high IQ and a difficulty surviving in the social world. The fact that the symptoms vary in gender doesn't help. Serenity Baruzzini, age

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Penn vet students featured in new Animal Planet reality show

Penn vet students featured in new Animal Planet reality show

Animal Planet will pull back the curtain on the stresses and success of students enrolled in veterinarian programs. “Life at Vet U” begins Saturday and focuses specifically on fourth-year students at the University of

Fridays at 9 a.m. on WHYY 90.9 FM
How to help monarch butterflies without accidentally luring them to their deaths

How to help monarch butterflies without accidentally luring them to their deaths

Dara Satterfield has a unique way of looking at Monarch butterflies. She thinks of them as 'tiny camels.'

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