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Many to blame in wake of Philadelphia Building Collapse

It’s now been several days since the

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Girl Stabbed After Mayor Nutter's Bowling Event, Warren Buffett's Tax Comments, and New Jersey Floods

The Omelette Monday August 15, 2011 Girl Stabbed Outside Bowling Alley After Mayor Nutter's "Teen Night" Event

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Flash Mobs in Philadelphia: Sorry PC America, They are a Racial Thing

<!--EndFragment--> For almost a year, police departments in several cities around the country, most noticeably in Baltimore,

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Harold Camping's May 21st Doomsday Scam, Roy Halladay Steps Up For Phillies, and John Street Contemplating Run For Mayor

The Omelette Saturday May 21, 2011 "Doomsday Edition" Harold Camping's May 21st Doomsday Scam

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Ryan Howard to DL, Jeremy Maclin Knee Injury, Brett Favre Retirement, and Michael Nutter demands Philly drops DROP

The Omelette Wednesday August 4, 2010 Edition Ryan Howard headed to DL with sprained ankle

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National Arts Advocacy Day 2010

National Arts Advocacy Day (#AAD2010 on Twitter), is a meeting of Arts Advocates from across the country to educate and prepare for advocacy on behalf of the arts with their local Senators, Congressmen and women, and House Representatives. Advocates include artists, administrators and concerned citizens.

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City of Numbers: A Philadelphia Story

City of Numbers. Paint by number. Live as a number.

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Philadelphia Police Department Needs Facelift After Frank Tepper and Tyrone Wiggins incidents

The Philadelphia Police Department has itself in a public relations quandry. One of the stories got swept under the rug and the media should be ashamed for not putting on the full court press. The other story is getting a lot of publicity and rightfully so. Let's turn to the first story, which is receiving very little media attention, which involves one Tyrone Wiggins.

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Philadelphia Fashion Week Preview

With the recent popularity of TV shows like America’s Next Top Model or Stacey and Clinton’s What Not to Wear, as well as films like The Devil Wears Prada (granted it was a best-selling book, first), fashion has firmly positioned itself in the American household.

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