Women of History: Hatshepsut

By April Thomas-Jones “I am not free while any woman is unfree, even when her shackles are very different from my own.” – Audre Lorde For centuries women have been seen as “less than” their male counterparts. There were even times in our great history that women were seen as no

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The Celebration of Mardi Gras and Carnival

   By Cayla Byrnes The Old Pine Community Center just celebrated our 10th Annual Mardi Gras Party and Silent Auction. We had live music from the Al Harrison Dixieland Band, catering from Catahoula Restaurant, and dancers. There was a fantastic group of staff and volunteers who worked together to transform our

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STRONGER PASSWORDS MADE EASY.

Consumers Corner # 31 WITH ONLINE PASSWORDS, LONGER REALLY IS BETTER By Jim Murphy Most of us know we need better passwords today than 123345, password or admin. Those are three of the most commonly used passwords. But you may not know this: the length of your password makes it much

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ANGIE’S LIST: R.I.P.

Consumers Corner # 30 With Angie’s List gone … IT’S HARDER NOW IN PHILLY TO FIND GOOD CONTRACTORS By Jim Murphy When my wife and I moved from the suburbs into center city some years ago, Angie’s List was a lifesaver. Why? A number of families had lived in the house

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