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INNER CITY KID’S CULTURE… DJ Lil Man Dance!

I am a dance teacher. I teach dance for a program called Philadelphia Arts in Education Partnership. This organization brings the arts IE. dance, music, art, and theater etc., to the inner city public school system in Philly, through teachers

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HERE YE HERE YE… All In Philly

This is me and my friend Kevin. We invite you to our kick ass book reading, spoken word poetry, cool book store, word loving event! I promise it’s going to be a goooood time. #phillyproud

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APPROACH THE BENCH… If You Can Find One

  “Truly, the bench is a boon to idlers. Whoever first came up with the idea is a genius: free public resting places where you can take time out from the bustle and brouhaha of the city, and simply sit

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#historyofphilly – Mozart!

THIS IS REALLY COOL. HIT THE LINK TO FINISH THE READ AT THE HISTORY OF PHILLY FB AND THEN PLEASE LIKE AND COMMENT. Thanks!. Today in Philly history in 1833, Mozart’s “Requiem Mass in D minor” was performed for the

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This Is How I Think!

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Welfare “Servants” I Think Not

Welfare Servants I think not Just a number on their clock Why did you choose to serve the public We burden you are you above us? Pressure pounding in my brain Head exploding insane in pain No relief I take

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Philadelphia ~ This Day In History

  On this day in Philly history in 1688, the first public protest opposing slavery in the New World was drafted in Thones Kunders’ home on Germantown Avenue. The formal statement against slavery came out of a tiny Friends Meeting

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THE YEAR OF THE HORSE

Did you know tomorrow starts the year of the horse? Preferably a white one. I heard a woman in 10,000 Villages talking about it. She was looking for a horse. I shouted out unicorn. She said WHITE horses were good

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TWO EMMYS… IT’S A START

If I seem to boast more than is becoming, my excuse is that I brag for humanity rather than for myself. ~ HENRY DAVID THOREAU, Walden These aren’t mine. I borrowed them. They are real. These are two out of three

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TWO EMMYS… IT’S A START

These aren’t mine. I borrowed them. They are real. These are two out of three 2013 Emmys that the award-winning documentary “PHILADELPHIA: The Great Experiment” won. Executive Produced by Sam Katz, History Making Productions won these. He let me touch

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HOW MUCH WOOD WOULD A WOODCHUCK CHUCK… Three Times Less Than Me

Fall is here. It’s getting brisk. The air is crisp and in the evening you can smell chimney fires burning. Oh so Charles Dickens like. I have a fireplace. I’m addicted to it. It’s pretty and smells good. Last year

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Girl Hair for Testicular Cancer

Hello Friends! I just created a youtube channel that I know you will appreciate. Here is my first public video. Subscribe, pass me on and get me viral. There’s money out there to be made and I need it! Thank

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GYNO- MITE Entertainment at Chestnut Hill Hospital – ‘Gyno-mite’: Ob-Gyn visit can actually be fun, fun, fun

  Ladies and gentlemen, do you neglect yourself by not going to the Dr.s? Whatever Dr. you have been avoiding, whether it’s your dentist, proctologist or an overall over-haul. I’m here to encourage you to take care of yourself and

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THE OLD “NEW AGER’S”… CHAOS BEHIND SERENITY

I am a broken down, exhausted, injured and drained woman. Lackluster to say the least. I just got home from my bi-annual retreat. I have a great gig, I am a servant, I pay for my stay by working. I

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“DANDELIONS GET A BAD RAP”

WEED OR FLOWER? It’s springtime and the flowers are blooming. Chestnut Hill locals are out in their yards toiling the earth planting flowers, manicuring bushes, watering their yards and weeding their gardens to make their curb appeal beautiful, and it’s

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Clarifications and corrections in article on ‘Life Coaching’

CHESTNUT HILL LOCAL Thursday, December 22, 2011 by Mary Gulivindala In response to the article, “A hill flashlight shines light on life possibilites,” which appeared on page 19 in the Dec. 8 issue of the Local, I want to clarify my

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