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Festive Colonial Independence Day Candy

A candied lemon or orange was the most elegant treat a Philadelphian could serve to celebrate the Declaration of Independence. You may enjoy a taste of the past this 4th of July with this easy recipe.

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Drexel Can Build It, But Will Jews Come?

By building a facility well in excess of the needs of Drexel’s current Jewish community, the University hopes to compete with other local school for bright Jewish students. However, if Drexel is seen as lending its support to those who slander Israel, then will the needed Jewish students come?

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Missiles Fired at Israel Set Back World Progress

Every single missile, rocket, bomb and other terrorist attack against Israel, from Gaza, Lebanon, or Iran, has the literal potential to rob the world of incredible cures for cancer, medicines and treatments, and other high-tech biological, agricultural and scientific innovations.

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Patricia Lynn, "the Wave," from The Wind and the Wave.
Photo: David Treatman

Eclectic Musical Group Gaining Traction

The Wind and The Wave fall in between musical genres, embracing elements of blues, rock, indie-folk and pop, and are starting to successfully cut through the mix of a largely electronic and auto-tuned industry.

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