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2014/04/23 15:48
2014/04/23 15:48
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Paul Weinstein, aka Chipocrite, is a musician and composer. The big difference between him and Mozart—you know, aside from being alive and in Philly today—is this: Instead of using a piano to make...
2014/04/23 15:48
2014/04/23 15:48
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2014/04/22 14:53
2014/04/22 14:53
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Both the brains and brawn of science are up for celebration in Philadelphia this week. First as The Franklin Institute welcomes its’ latest crop of internationally esteemed “Laureates” to town for...
2014/04/22 03:12
2014/04/22 03:12
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Spring Garden Pictures’ first film is designed as an educational and entertaining look at plant growth. Sylvie, who stars in “Watermelon Magic,” waters plants in a still from the movie. | courtesy...
2014/04/20 21:52
2014/04/20 21:52
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Peter Dobrin, Inquirer Classical Music Critic Last updated: Sunday, April 20, 2014, 1:09 AM Frederic M.N. Bertley, the Franklin Institute's senior vice president for science, sees it as part of an...
2014/04/19 22:19
2014/04/19 22:19
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Fortunately, there are a number of good options to choose from. Some can be visited during a day trip; for others, you’ll want to spend a night or a weekend. You also might want to take advantage of...
2014/04/17 23:36
2014/04/17 23:36
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Scientists have discovered the most Earth-like planet ever found in another solar system, which may potentially hold liquid water. The rocky planet is named Kepler 186f and is part of a five-planet...
2014/04/17 11:52
2014/04/17 11:52
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2014/04/10 07:52
2014/04/10 07:52
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Steven Rea, Inquirer Movie Columnist and Critic Posted: Thursday, April 10, 2014, 3:01 AM A friend working in the IMAX/science museum/planetarium world told him that what he was doing with his camera...
2014/04/05 17:05
2014/04/05 17:05
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Even the "nonprofit" Harvard University, with the world's largest academic endowment fund, refuses to do its duty to the public and to their own students, and to divest itself from the companies that...
2014/04/04 20:08
2014/04/04 20:08
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April 4, 2014 (WPVI) -- Larger than life video games, free trees, and perks for members of the military, and more can all be tracked down in this week's Freebie Friday! 1. FREE YARD TREES FROM...
2014/04/02 19:17
2014/04/02 19:17
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The idea behind this particular holistic treatment is to use amino acid supplements and nutritional changes to heal the damage done to my body and brain by years of trauma and medication. I do know...
2014/04/01 07:52
2014/04/01 07:52
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... don't even know where my tap shoes are," she said. "I'll have to find them." Dean stressed the importance of dance in her life. Although she may not have grown up to have a career en pointe, Dean...
2014/04/01 04:54
2014/04/01 04:54
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A new addition designed by SaylorGregg Architects at Philadelphia’s Franklin Institute will open June 14. The 53,000 sq.-ft. Nicholas and Athena Karabots Pavilion will showcase the connection between...
2014/03/28 20:10
2014/03/28 20:10
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The works of the Guastavino Company are hidden in plain sight in hundreds of public spaces across the country. Here are some highlights, listed by state: ALABAMA — Emanu-el Temple, Birmingham,...
2014/03/27 23:17
2014/03/27 23:17
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Allow me to pause for clarification: when I say that damage has been done to my body and brain by my medication, I'm not referring to any weird theory about medication being toxic and "unnatural."...
2014/03/27 11:31
2014/03/27 11:31
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COMMONWEALTH HOSPICE ANNUAL EASTER BUNNY BREAKFAST: April 5, 9:30 a.m. to noon, McGowan Conference Center, second floor, Regional Hospital of Scranton, $10/free for children 10 and younger by Monday,...
2014/03/24 09:52
2014/03/24 09:52
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Kristen A. Graham, Inquirer Staff Writer Last updated: Sunday, March 23, 2014, 10:30 PM So Roberts opted her three children out of the exams, which the Philadelphia School District will begin...
2014/03/22 19:52
2014/03/22 19:52
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Micah said T2 may have been the first tiercel to be accepted into a parental role and permitted to raise another hawk’s offspring, even though he was not their mother's mate. “T2 was truly a hawk...
2014/03/22 15:52
2014/03/22 15:52
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SO, SPRING IS finally here and winter's finally gone? Get out! No, we mean that: Get. Out. Over the next seven pages, our Daily News arts and entertainment writers pick the season's best reasons to...
2014/04/23 15:48
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