Looking around his West Philly community a 19-year-old do-gooder held his first community event, aiming to both recreate the look and feel of memorable childhood block parties, and bring warmth to an otherwise 'cold block.'
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"What am I going to eat today?" Curtis Lipscomb wakes up with this gnawing question. It's exactly noon on Saturday.
During its 30-year history, a Philadelphia nonprofit thrift shop has helped hundreds of ex-cons get back on their feet without a glitch. But then, the...
I asked Robin, a college classmate of mine, if I could video tape her story, and she proceeded to rattle off five tangible ways her life has been improved by the efforts of our president.
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