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Residents and business owners are getting to the task of cleaning up after last night’s snowfall.
Al-Bustan camp immerses Philly kids in Arabic language, culture and science
At the Al-Bustan Camp, a cultural summer camp held at St. Peter's School in Society Hill, children are learning about the Arabic language, music, history and science.
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Soaring temperatures make local crops wilt and farmers wither
Farmers in Philadelphia are watching their crop yields decrease as a result of the heat. They say there’s nothing they can really do about it.
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Festivals celebrating female-powered music and indie filmmaking, family-friendly events and more
It’s the middle of summer, and a bumper crop of festivals are ripe for the picking. Here are some offerings. Now, select your favorites.
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