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Disney to Ban Junk Food Ads From Programs for Children

No more Dunkaroos commercials for little Tommy and Sally. The Walt Disney Co. has announced that junk food ads will no longer appear on its […]

Be Well Philly

This Salad-Making Vending Machine Is Every Office Worker’s Dream Come True

Earlier today, I had a lunchtime crisis: My stomach was growling and I really wanted my go-to Sweetgreen salad for lunch, but I was in […]


Where You Should Be Eating in Fitler Square

Is Fitler Square the sweetest neighborhood in the city? It’s definitely possible. This little pocket of the city (which extends from Locust Street down to […]

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PHOTOS: This Weekend’s Rally for Equality

On Saturday, reps from local and  state LGBT equality-fighting orgs Marriage Equality for Pennsylvania (ME4PA), the Delaware Valley chapter of Americans United, Marriage Equality USA, The Summit, and the ACLU-PA gathered in […]


Rally for the Rail Park This Saturday

The High Line in New York has provided Philadelphia with a blueprint of what to do with the Reading Viaduct in Philadelphia. But a good […]

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Campbell’s Soup’s Salty Lady

The Inquirer reports that incoming Campbell’s Soup CEO Denise Morrison has a not-so-secret plan to restore her company’s fiscal health: add more salt. She announced […]

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In PA, Day Care Costs More Than College

The Tribune-Review reports: “A national survey by student loan servicer Sallie Mae estimated that average prospective parents plan to save $38,953 in the 18 years […]

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Joe Paterno Speaks! Joe Pa Agrees to Interview With the Washington Post

Joe Paterno has not spoken publicly about his role in the ongoing sexual abuse scandal that has all but engulfed Penn State University. Students rioted […]

Keswick Cycle

Staffers here can outfit you with the pros’ favorite toys or the perfect pink streamers for Sallys training wheels. The point is, its up to […]

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10 Things You Should Know About Thomas Jefferson* Before You Tour ‘Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello’

This week, the National Constitution Center opened the doors to Slavery at Jefferson’s Monticello, its six month-long exhibition about Thomas Jefferson. And to my surprise, […]