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Daily Journal
Teenage mummy at heart of new Franklin Institute exhibitAnnie, a mysterious Egyptian teenager, returned to Philadelphia in mid-January
Teenage mummy at heart of new Franklin Institute exhibit
Daily Journal / Posted 8 days ago
Annie, a mysterious Egyptian teenager, returned to Philadelphia in mid-January after a five-year cross-county journey with stops in major cities. Checking on her well-being shortly after her arrival was Mimi Leveque, who has been overseeing Annie's... Read more
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Philly.com
Cherry Street Tavern: 'Just a neighborhood taproom in Center City'The Lougherys didn’t have any experience in food or drink, but Flannery gave th
Cherry Street Tavern: 'Just a neighborhood taproom in Center City'
Philly.com / Posted 18 days ago
The Lougherys didn’t have any experience in food or drink, but Flannery gave them the run of the place, and the Northeast Philly natives proved themselves adept. They expanded the beer list and added a small kitchen, transforming what had been a... Read more
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News On 6 Tulsa
Five Planets To Align In Early Morning SkyMorning people and skywatchers, take heed! For the next few weeks, five of the
Five Planets To Align In Early Morning Sky
News On 6 Tulsa / Posted 22 days ago
Morning people and skywatchers, take heed! For the next few weeks, five of the brightest planets in our solar system will be visible to the naked eye in the pre-dawn sky. Mercury, Venus, Saturn, Mars and Jupiter will all be visible across the sky... Read more
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WBNS-10TV Columbus
Five Planets To Align In Early Morning Sky CBS NEWS -- Morning people and skywatchers, take heed! For the next few weeks
Five Planets To Align In Early Morning Sky
WBNS-10TV Columbus / Posted 22 days ago
CBS NEWS -- Morning people and skywatchers, take heed! For the next few weeks, five of the brightest planets in our solar system will be visible to the naked eye in the pre-dawn sky. Mercury, Venus,... Read more
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Boston Globe
What colleges think of GE’s move to BostonTony Benoit, president of the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, wasn’t
What colleges think of GE’s move to Boston
Boston Globe / Posted 27 days ago
Tony Benoit, president of the Benjamin Franklin Institute of Technology, wasn’t surprised when General Electric announced Wednesday that it was going to call Boston home. “Boston’s where it’s at,” he said. “It’s the hub of the universe,... Read more
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Business Wire
Einstein Healthcare Network Celebrates 150 Years of Compassionate CarePHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Einstein Healthcare Network marks its 150th anni
Einstein Healthcare Network Celebrates 150 Years of Compassionate Care
Business Wire / Posted 29 days ago
PHILADELPHIA--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Einstein Healthcare Network marks its 150th anniversary in 2016 with a year of events, including an anniversary bash with a performance by legendary singer Diana Ross and hosted by award-winning stage and screen actor,... Read more
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Philly.com
After-hours events - with drinks, preferably - get millennials in museum doorsMore than 2,600 people bought tickets for the Tuesday-night event, a speakeasy-
After-hours events - with drinks, preferably - get millennials in museum doors
Philly.com / Posted 30 days ago
More than 2,600 people bought tickets for the Tuesday-night event, a speakeasy-theme gathering focused on the science of booze and bootlegging. It's scientific proof that extended hours, a 21-and-older environment, special programing, and a cash bar... Read more
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The Forward
Math Genius Grandson of Vilna Rabbis Gets Major Science AwardLOS ANGELES – Solomon Wolf Golomb is the son and grandson of Vilna rabbis but i
Math Genius Grandson of Vilna Rabbis Gets Major Science Award
The Forward / Posted 1 months ago
LOS ANGELES – Solomon Wolf Golomb is the son and grandson of Vilna rabbis but is earning honors for his work on the leading edges of science and engineering. The University of Southern California professor is being awarded the Franklin Medal, whose... Read more
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The Forward
Math Genius Grandson of Vilna Rabbis Awarded Prestigious Science AwardLOS ANGELES – Solomon Wolf Golomb is the son and grandson of Vilna rabbis but i
Math Genius Grandson of Vilna Rabbis Awarded Prestigious Science Award
The Forward / Posted 1 months ago
LOS ANGELES – Solomon Wolf Golomb is the son and grandson of Vilna rabbis but is earning honors for his work on the leading edges of science and engineering. The University of Southern California professor is being awarded the Franklin Medal, whose... Read more

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