‘Library Connector’ will be a bridge to ‘empower people to serve’

Uncategorized | March 23rd, 2012 | Leave a comment

By Sue Ann Rybak A student in a wheelchair bowed his head during the opening prayer at the Lutheran Theological Seminary at Philadelphia’s (LTSP) “Library Connector” groundbreaking ceremony held on Thursday afternoon. Another barrier to learning will soon be broken after the project is complete. The library connector will not only connect The Brossman Center […]

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Neighbors loan $50,000 to save Mt. Airy market.

Uncategorized | January 31st, 2012 | Leave a comment

  by Lou Mancinelli Back on Jan.10, Food For All, a Mt. Airy café and market specializing in food and groceries for people with food allergies, announced in an email newsletter that it would close just 16 months after opening. The closing was the result of a promotion deal through Groupon that left the store […]

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Local mom retires after 10 years with Pa. Ballet

Local Life, Uncategorized | January 27th, 2012 | Leave a comment

by Michael Caruso The Pennsylvania Ballet returns to the  boards Feb. 9 through 12 with “Pushing Boundaries” at the Merriam Theater. The East Falls-based company will perform William Forsyth’s “The Vertiginous Thrill of Exactitude” to music by Schubert plus two works by its choreographer-in-residence, Matthew Neenan: “Keep,” to music by Borodin and Rimsky-Korsakov, and “11/11” […]

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Same-sex marriage explored in ‘Spandex’

Local Life, Uncategorized | July 7th, 2011 | Leave a comment

By Nathan Lerner Few social issues have proven more controversial than same-sex marriage. The matter has inspired a heated debate, replete with political implications. As part of this year’s QFest, the evocatively-titled “Married in Spandex” addresses the volatile issue. Rather than attempting a comprehensive overview, the documentary focuses on a specific pair of lesbians, Amanda […]

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