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In the wake of last weekend’s bombings do you feel something similar could happen in Philadelphia?

In the wake of last weekend’s bombings in New York and New Jersey,  do you feel something similar could happen in Philadelphia? 

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Supporting the men in blue

When will the endless shootings end?

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A successful operation

The Girard Academic Music Program, 2136 W. Ritner St., hosted one of Saturday’s two city-situated Office of Emergency Management Operation SheltEx sheltering exercises.

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Knocking on Heaven’s Door

My wife and I copped a couple of passes recently to take a tour of the new Mormon Temple at 17th and Vine streets. It was late afternoon and the sun still shone with the intensity of summer.

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Attention, please

I find it troublesome and disheartening that no candidate for the House, Senate, President or any other politician has found it necessary to address the plague and epidemic of drug use and abuse among the citizenry of this country.

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A just war

With autumn nearly upon us, attention will soon turn to all of the late-year walks and gatherings to support the suppression and eventual eradication of diseases.

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With just under eight weeks to go, what are your perceptions of the race for The White House?

“I think it’s comical. Frankly, I think they’re both a joke. How in the world did we end up with these two as our main choices?”

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Highlighting a decade of service

The East Passyunk Crossing Civic Association (EPX) is set to turn 10.

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Frozen

So Uncle Nunzi sees me reading this new book by Don DeLillo called “Zero K.” I explained that it’s DeLillo’s take on the future of cryogenics.

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What is your reaction to the Eagles’ decision to trade Sam Bradford to the Minnesota Vikings?

“I think it’s very stupid. I don’t believe [rookie quarterback Carson] Wentz is ready to step in. This move could cause them problems in the immediate future.”

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