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Museum discount for low-income Pennsylvanians

inquirer.com — Low-income Pennsylvania residents will be able to gain low-cost admission to 17 of the region's biggest and most popular museums and cultural sites, thanks to a program to be announced Tuesday.
Sep 20, 2014

Museum and cultural organizations offer big discount for low-income visitors fb.me/6K4E7Zoc1

'Loop' circles, goes nowhere

inquirer.com — Loop, Tangle Movement Arts' 2014 FringeArts offering, takes to the air to explore themes of identity and sexuality amid an eye-pleasing display of aerial rigging and string sculptures by Julia Wilson.
Sep 20, 2014

Loop, Tangle Movement Arts' Fringeoffering, goes nowhere fb.me/6LAkxfKdR

Day 5 of manhunt: Roads near suspect's home blocked

inquirer.com — BARRETT TOWNSHIP - For the second night in a row Friday, police shut down roads and told people to stay in their homes near the house that alleged cop killer Eric Frein shared with his parents.
Sep 20, 2014

RT @PhillyInquirer: Update on manhunt for Eric Grein: Barrett Township official confirms "shots were exchanged." inquirer.com/front_page/bre… @Ben_Finley

Sep 19, 2014

RT @PhillyInquirer: Update on manhunt for Eric Grein: Barrett Township official confirms "shots were exchanged." inquirer.com/front_page/bre… @Ben_Finley

Chico Ruiz's dash for home began the 1964 Phillies' unraveling

inquirer.com — First in a series on the collapse of the 1964 Phillies. Plenty of ballplayers live and die in Florida, so when a Catholic parish in Boynton Beach honored one with a memorial Mass last November, it was hardly noteworthy.
Sep 19, 2014

RT @tj_furman: Chico Ruiz's dash for home was ill-advised, but it began the unraveling of the '64 Phillies, by @philafitz: inquirer.com/sports/2014092…

Sep 19, 2014

RT @tj_furman: Chico Ruiz's dash for home was ill-advised, but it began the unraveling of the '64 Phillies, by @philafitz: inquirer.com/sports/2014092…

Eagles' Ryans stresses players' personal responsibility

inquirer.com — DeMeco Ryans was born and raised in Bessemer, Ala., a small industrial town on the southern end of the state. Its namesake invented a process to mass-produce steel, but it's perhaps best known now as the birthplace of Bo Jackson.
Sep 19, 2014

A column about DeMeco Ryans, Adrian Peterson, and the responsibility athletes bear off the field: inquirer.com/about/staff/co… #Eagles #Vikings

After attack on gay couple, a growing chorus of calls for stronger hate-crime laws

inquirer.com — Democratic gubernatorial candidate Tom Wolf joined a growing chorus of voices Friday calling for expanded state hate-crime laws after a Center City assault that left a gay couple seriously injured.
Sep 19, 2014

After attack on gay couple, a growing chorus of calls for stronger hate-crime laws. inquirer.com/front_page/201… @MikeNewall #inq

Temple not taking Delaware State lightly

inquirer.com — Temple (1-1) wasn't entertaining too much talk this past week about the possibility that it might overlook Delaware State (0-3) on Saturday.
Sep 19, 2014

RT @tj_furman: After falling to a FCS team last year, #Temple won't take Delaware State lightly, says @JmitchInquirer: inquirer.com/sports/2014092…

Penn State hopes to get tight ends untracked

inquirer.com — STATE COLLEGE, Pa. – The perception is that Penn State's tight ends have taken a step back in their offensive roles under James Franklin, but the numbers say different.

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