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That refrain sounded big in 1987 when the Philadelphia Music Alliance put into action its plan to create a Walk of Fame along South Broad Street, or the Avenue of the Arts. The idea then was to install commemorative sidewalk bronze plaques with the
Lemon, a civil rights activist whose objection to state aid to religious schools gave rise to a watershed 1971 Supreme Court decision, died on May 4 in Jenkintown, Pa...Alton Lemon He had had Alzheimer's disease, said Korinna Shaw, his daughter-in-
Summer break has started very early for kids in one Michigan school district. The Buena Vista School District website states that they consider it their "highest calling to be entrusted with the care and education of the community's children. "
Program, hosts a speaking event featuring Ahmeenah Young, CEO, Pennsylvania Convention Center and A. January 18, 2013 More than 75 students, entrepreneurs, advocacy groups, and civic and community leaders, are expected to attend “My Story”, a
Popular Tags Archives Feeds January 20, 2012 Statement from the International Concerned Family and Friends of Mumia Abu Jamal and the Move Organization : As most of you already know, Mumia was transferred to SCI-Mahanoy in upstate Pennsylvania more
This nation's oldest newspaper, The Philadelphia Tribune (pictured), announced Monday that it is digitally archiving their entire photo collection, which includes more than 250,000 photos and spans 125 years. The photographs, which were previously
In the northwest Philadelphia neighborhood of West Oak Lane it certainly has played a large part. State Representative Dwight Evans, have joined together, closing the main avenue for a weekend and hosting local and internationally known jazz groups.