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Smokin' Joe Frazier statue will soon get bronzed, April installation expected

Smokin' Joe Frazier statue will soon get bronzed, April installation expectedLike the moment it indelibly captures, the gargantuan clay, foam and metal figure in a second-floor Frankford Avenue art studio gives off a larger-than-life air. There, sculptor Stephen Layne toils to put the finishing touches
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Mo'ne Davis makes 'Sports Illustrated' history this week. Should we be worried?

Mo'ne Davis makes 'Sports Illustrated' history this week. Should we be worried? Remember Her Name! #LLWS2014 sensation @Monedavis11 is on this week's national cover http://t.co/LAwVgubpCS pic.twitter.com/sENsPMF7ew — Sports Illustrated (@SInow) August 19, 2014   Hooray for

Pa. law requires expectant parents be given information on Down syndrome after diagnosis

Pa. law requires expectant parents be given information on Down syndrome after diagnosisIn the early 1980s, a Down syndrome diagnosis meant a life expectancy of just 25 years. But now, Down syndrome babies will live to an average age of 60. A new law in Pennsylvania aims to make sure new parents understand that

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Spoiling mummery and memories by cutting South Philly from parade route
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Spoiling mummery and memories by cutting South Philly from parade route

A possible change to the Mummer's Day Parade, reportedly backed by leaders of all five Mummers divisions (comics, wenches, string bands, fancies, and fancy brigades), would not only reverse the route to run south instead of

Allman Brothers Band leads all-star lineup at Scranton's Peach Music Festival

Thousands of music fans took to the hills of Scranton this past weekend for the 3rd annual Peach Music Festival.

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Survey says, Lancaster is sexy

Survey says, Lancaster is sexy

Lancaster is known for its Amish community, outlet shopping and growing arts scene. A few years ago, the city's high concentration of police surveillance cameras made national headlines. But sexy?
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Swords, whips and cotton candy: The science of the circus

Swords, whips and cotton candy: The science of the circus

An unveiling of the science behind the circus blade box, a human blockhead, sword swallowing and more. 
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