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The Evening Sun
Religion: Local church activities planned for the week beginning Sept. 3The Voice of Hope: Sonlight Christian Fellowship, 563 Brickyard Road, New Oxfor
Religion: Local church activities planned for the week beginning Sept. 3
The Evening Sun / Posted yesterday
The Voice of Hope: Sonlight Christian Fellowship, 563 Brickyard Road, New Oxford, broadcasts "The Voice of Hope" from 7:30 to 8 a.m. Sundays on WHVR 1280 AM. The broadcast originates from Breezewood and includes sacred music and a gospel message... Read more
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Philly.com
Artist-neuroscientists light up the brainThe duo, who met eight years ago in graduate school and started making art toge
Artist-neuroscientists light up the brain
Philly.com / Posted 5 days ago
The duo, who met eight years ago in graduate school and started making art together in 2013, say the branches and twists of the brain are just as art-inspiring as any landscape. "Our work is sometimes treated as kitschy nonsense - 'Oh look, the... Read more
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The Evening Sun
Religion: Local church activities planned for the week beginning Aug. 27Church Picnic and Car Show: St. Paul (Zeigler's) Lutheran Church, 4258 Zeigler'
Religion: Local church activities planned for the week beginning Aug. 27
The Evening Sun / Posted 8 days ago
Church Picnic and Car Show: St. Paul (Zeigler's) Lutheran Church, 4258 Zeigler's Church Road, North Codorus Township, is holding a church picnic from 3 to 8 p.m. on Aug. 29 featuring music by Brodbeck's Band starting at 4 p.m. The picnic will be... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
‘Sweaty Selfies’ Wanted by Philly GroupA climate change outreach group in Philadelphia is asking residents to take "sw
‘Sweaty Selfies’ Wanted by Philly Group
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 8 days ago
A climate change outreach group in Philadelphia is asking residents to take "sweaty selfies" to raise awareness about the local impacts of climate change. It's an attempt to move away from the doom and gloom of traditional climate campaigns and... Read more
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Washington Post
Prince William County news in briefAbsentee voting deadlines set for November election In-person absentee voting
Prince William County news in brief
Washington Post / Posted 10 days ago
Absentee voting deadlines set for November election In-person absentee voting for the Nov. 3 election will be available Sept. 18 through Oct. 31 at polling centers across the county, including the McCoart Administration Building, 1 County Complex... Read more
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The Evening Sun
Religion: Local church activities planned for the week beginning Aug. 20Camp G.U.M.P. Openings: Grace United Methodist Preschool, 55 Albright Drive, Ha
Religion: Local church activities planned for the week beginning Aug. 20
The Evening Sun / Posted 15 days ago
Camp G.U.M.P. Openings: Grace United Methodist Preschool, 55 Albright Drive, Hanover, has some openings in its Camp G.U.M.P., until Aug. 21. There are openings in the following camp: Around the World, Aug. 17-21. Call 717-632-3140 for information and... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
More Tourism Sites to Close for Papal VisitThis September during the World Meeting of Families, 1.5 million people will co
More Tourism Sites to Close for Papal Visit
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 20 days ago
This September during the World Meeting of Families, 1.5 million people will come to the Ben Franklin Parkway on Sept. 26 for Festival of Families, and on Sept. 27 for a mass led by Pope Francis, but a number of the area's arts-and-cultural... Read more
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The Evening Sun
Religion: Local church activities planned for the week beginning Aug. 13Harvest Time Temple: 700 Black Rock Road, Hanover, welcomes guest speakers, mis
Religion: Local church activities planned for the week beginning Aug. 13
The Evening Sun / Posted 22 days ago
Harvest Time Temple: 700 Black Rock Road, Hanover, welcomes guest speakers, missionairies David and Kathy Walker of Mount Jackson, Va. at 10:30 a.m. and 7 p.m. on Sunday. Call 717-637-1702 for details. Do You Believe?: St. Jacob's Lutheran Church,... Read more
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Philly.com
Franklin Institute's new SportsZone lets you discover the science of athleticsThe new exhibit will replace the original Sports Challenge. "We kept the best c
Franklin Institute's new SportsZone lets you discover the science of athletics
Philly.com / Posted 24 days ago
The new exhibit will replace the original Sports Challenge. "We kept the best concepts and then reimagined the exhibit with a 21st-century lens of sports research and technology, physiology, and technology," said Frederic Bertley, senior vice... Read more
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NBC Philadelphia
More Time for Legos at Franklin InstituteDue to popular demand, The Franklin Institute will be extending its exhibit fea
More Time for Legos at Franklin Institute
NBC Philadelphia / Posted 27 days ago
Due to popular demand, The Franklin Institute will be extending its exhibit featuring the world's largest collection of art made entirely by Legos. The institution will extend the run of The Art of the Brick through Oct. 4, nearly a month after its... Read more
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PhysOrg
Ants as a model of complex societiesResearchers track individual ants, sometimes marked with paint pens, to underst
Ants as a model of complex societies
PhysOrg / Posted 28 days ago
Researchers track individual ants, sometimes marked with paint pens, to understand the evolution of complex societies. In small plastic tubs lining the shelves of a basement laboratory at the University of Pennsylvania, a million organisms live in... Read more

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