Jazz, horses and festivals: 5 family-friendly weekend activities
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MAY 28, 2015 By Jen Bradley This weekend’s offerings provide two trips down memory lane, something for animal lovers, jazz enthusiasts, and community revitalizers. Friday: Friday Night Jazz  Surrounded by works of art and the music of George Gershwin? It doesn’t get much better than that. Pianist Dave Posmontier and vocalist Paula Johns will be […]

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‘Black Lives Matter’ march in Northwest Philly
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MAY 16, 2015 By Jen Bradley The Philly Children’s March was organized through social media last December to create a local, family-friendly response to the tragic events and lack of justice in Ferguson, Missouri; Cleveland,Ohio; New York City; and around the country. The first march was held in Mt. Airy on Jan. 3. It was […]

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‘Why I shouldn’t wear a coat’
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MAY 6, 2015 By Courtenay Harris Bond On frigid winter mornings before I had children, I remember sipping coffee in front of my kitchen window and watching neighborhood boys wearing little else but shorts race to catch the school bus. “How can their parents let them out of the house dressed like that?” I recall […]

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