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‘It is not justice:’ Philly protesters decry police shooting of unarmed Pittsburgh teen


Around 60 people gathered for a rally in Malcolm X Park in the Garden Court neighborhood of West Philadelphia on Sunday to stand in solidarity with Antwon Rose, an unarmed 17-year-old who was shot and killed by an East Pittsburgh police officer after he fled a traffic stop almost two weeks ago.

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10,000 Kappas are in Philadelphia...

The Philadelphia Inquirer: 


More than 10,000 Kappa Alpha Psi brothers are in Philadelphia this week for the historically black fraternity’s 84th Grand Chapter Meeting and Conclave, bringing more than a century of history, pride, community spirit, and, according to the fraternity, $3 million to the city’s travel and tourism industry...

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Overbrook: Neighborhood Rivalries Left on the Court

Philadelphia Neighborhoods:


Will Mega, life-long Wynnefield resident and community activist, explained neighborhood divides among Overbrook High School students...

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Lowe’s suspends annoying receipt-checking policy after West Philly customer complains | Jenice Armstrong

Philadelphia Inquirer:

It's a form of retail purgatory.

You stand in line at a cash register to make a purchase at a store, but before you are allowed to exit said establishment, you have to show your receipt to a store associate who has to mark a line through it...

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