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Healing power

Summerdale’s Claude-Ericka Eckobeni will study biomolecular engineering at the University of Pennsylvania.

A perfect pirouette

Aedan Daly’s interest in ballet traces back to a sibling rivalry. He was jealous after watching his sister dance, so, eight years ago, when Daly was merely more than a toddler, he began taking classes....

An equal trade

Coinciding with Women in Construction Week, Orleans Technical College reached its all-time high number of female graduates in a single term.

Creating a buzz

Students from Abraham Lincoln High School helped create a display about bees and pollination at the Philadelphia Flower Show.

A spotlight on Mayfair

The Mayfair Black Box Theater will open its doors with the debut of ‘Almost, Maine.’

Ready to flourish

Paul Jaras rushed into Stein Your Florist on Frankford Avenue not long after landing in Philadelphia last week. The Canadian floral designer was preparing to compete in the FTD World Cup, which is billed as...

Diversified learning

Last week, celebrities and historical figures like Michael Jackson, Coretta Scott King and Rosa Parks visited Keystone Academy Charter School. The school hosted its first living wax museum, where third-graders researched and dressed as historical...

Story of survival

Tacony resident Diamond Santiago was shot at age 13. Now, she is sharing her experience through an art exhibition and play.

Comfort and care

Entering Cancer Treatment Centers of America in Philadelphia, visitors step into a lobby more resembling of a home, decorated with artwork, chandeliers and sometimes even the tinkling of a piano. Tucked away in the...

Ready to rock

Northeast Philly rocker Michael LeCompt has continued performing while battling cancer.
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