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The Franklin Institute Breaks Down The Science Behind Mardi GrasThe Franklin Institute marked Mardi Gras on Tuesday night.
Groundbreaking Ceremony Held For Housing Project Targeting Low Income ArtistsIt was done in a creative way.
Tickets For City's Suite At Bruce Springsteen Concert To Benefit School DistrictMayor Jim Kenney promised to use the city's suites at sports and concert venues to benefit the School District and he's making the first tickets available to the general public for a concert this week.
Registration Website Now Open For Democratic National Convention VolunteersThe registration website is now open for business for those who want to volunteer when the Democratic National Convention comes to Philadelphia this summer.
The Gallery Won't Re-Open Until At Least 2018The developer is now projecting the re-opening for 2018.
Fasnacht Day Means Long Lines At Local BakeriesTuesday is Fasnacht Day.
Movie Review: 'The Choice'For Nicholas Sparks completists, 'The Choice,' the latest of his book-to-screens, is the eleventh novel of his to make its way to the movie screen.
Lonely Planet Names Philadelphia Top US Destination For 2016It says Philadelphia is "on a roll right now."
UPDATE: Trash Collection In Philadelphia Not Being SuspendedThe City of Philadelphia has reversed course and now says regular trash and recycling collection will take place today.
Winter Weather Advisory: Snow Will Continue With Heaviest Occurring In AfternoonSnow showers will continue on and off all day before ending overnight.
GameChangers: Norristown Men Of Excellence, Re-Investing In Their HometownNMOE currently has 19 members, who are in their 30s and leaders in their respective dues.
Top-Ranked Cats Vow To Keep Their FocusVillanova has the number one ranking in college basketball, but the Wildcats insist being number one won't get to their heads.

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