Local dance troupe prepares to say goodbye, study finds increased use of prescription drugs

    Good morning Feeders, and happy Thanksgiving Eve Eve!

    We’ll save the holiday stories for after Thanksgiving; here’s some of the news you can expect today:

    The Jeanne Ruddy dance troupe will fold at the end of the year. Peter Crimmins will head to the Performance Garage to review the troupe’s history and what’s next.

    Protesting continues in Cairo as people speak out against the the military officers who replaced former president Hosni Mubarak. Is there a local tie? Lizz Fiedler is gathering details and will check in with us later.

    A study of prescription drug use in America finds high rates certain products. Maiken Scott will have more information for us on who’s using what and why.

    Later today, look from another story about the Chelten Avenue corridor and what residents expect from their avenue.

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