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April 17, 2016
1 p.m. Sunday on WRTI-FM (90.1): Vladimir Jurowski, one of the most sought-after conductors in the world, conducts the Philadelphia Orchestra in a program of works by Beethoven ( Piano Concerto No. 5, "Emperor," with pianist Yefim Bronfman), Janácek ( Taras Bulba ), and Miaskowsky ( Symphony No. 10 ).
NEWS
April 3, 2016
Larry Eichel and Katie Martinare are with the Pew Charitable Trusts' Philadelphia research initiative, which studies key issues facing Philadelphia. Philadelphia in 2016 is a growing city undergoing a sweeping transformation, most evident in the age and diversity of those who live here. The city's population has risen for nine consecutive years, up a further 5,880 in the most recent count. The increase since 2006 stands at 78,732, a stark reversal after a decrease of nearly 600,000 over the previous five decades.
NEWS
March 2, 2016
TODAY IS Super Tuesday, and, by day's end, we could know the respective presidential nominees from each major party. But for Philadelphians, that news pales in comparison with Mayor Kenney's intention to embark on a $600 million plan to remake the city's parks and recreation centers. All politics, after all, are local. And here's our local political reality. The largely white Electrical Workers Union and its equally white counterpart, the Carpenters Union, have dominated taxpayer-funded construction work for years.
NEWS
February 27, 2016
ISSUE | PA. BUDGET City's poor at risk "Uncertainty is death for real estate projects," a University of Pennsylvania professor said, but for the 130,000-square-foot Share building at 2901 W. Hunting Park Ave., uncertainty about a $2 million state grant will have a devastating impact on 600,000 low-income Philadelphians. Pennsylvania's budget stalemate is not only undermining human services but holding hostage the money for capital improvements at nonprofit organizations such as the Share food program.
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