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Ahead of Philly Pride, Amber Hikes, director of Philadelphia’s Office of LGBT Affairs, talks about her fear of failure and her goal to unite the diverse community.
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After nearly four years as Philadelphia’s mayor, Jim Kenney says he expects to be re-elected, but, if that doesn’t happen, he might become a teacher.
6 months agoListen 4:22
Mayoral candidate Alan Butkovitz sees the irony in the fact that everything he had trouble with in school, he ended up having to do as part of his work or part of his life.
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Instead of blaming Donald Trump for dividing the country, mayoral candidate Anthony Williams says Philadelphians should first confront their own prejudices.
6 months agoListen 4:03
WHYY's Morning Edition listeners celebrate their neighborhoods through haiku during National Poetry Month.
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To mark the end of National Poetry Month, Ursula Rucker sat down with WHYY’s Jennifer Lynn to discuss her writing.
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Pennsylvania Horticultural Society educator, Sally McCabe talks the timeline of trees as they get ready to burst into blossom.
8 months agoListen 6:09
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With new strategies, Wilmington police are working to rebuild trust with the community. As that’s happened, violent crime has dropped dramatically.
8 months agoListen 5:26
Recordings of the “Caribbean World Rhythms” radio show bring back the bright, sun-splashed sounds of reggae.
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