Queer Introduction to Aerials (Silks, Trapeze, Lyra)

    Queer Introduction to Aerials (Silks, Trapeze, Lyra) SCHEDULE: DATE Tuesdays April 10th, 17th, 24th / May 1st, 8th, 15th  TIME 6:00-7:30pm. LOCATION – 3245 Amber St Philadelphia PA 19134 COST – sliding scale, $5.00 minimum – all donations go to CIRCUS TRASH MONSTER MAX – 6 student max (6 students registered to run the class) *If more students

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Walk with a Doc

Walk with A Doc Want to get some exercise and learn about health issues that affect you? Then join the City of Philadelphia Department of Public Health for their third “Walk with a Doc” on every second Wednesday, at 12 noon at the Municipal Services Building, in front of the iron statue. During this free

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Benched by: Cheryl Bettigole

Benched By: Cheryl Bettigole When a local high school student was benched during a playoff game because she would not remove her hijab, her constitutional right to express her religious beliefs was violated. But this outrageous decision by the referee didn’t just violate the rights of 16 year-old Nashihah Thompson-King, an honor student at Mastery

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SMART Heart Goals By: Candace Marshall

SMART Heart Goals February is Heart Health Month and is also a great time to set goals that improve the state of your health. You can do this by setting SMART Goals!   Here is an example of a SMART Goal: Example Activity: Walking “I will walk (specific) three times a week (measurable) for 30

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The Image of Yoga

The Image of Yoga The Image of Yoga is a project to remind the world that yoga is a practice that is accessible to everyone—every age, shape, size and ethnicity.   This is the last chance to catch The Image of Yoga! If you haven’t had a chance to see this special installation yet, please tell

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Let’s Celebrate Black History Month! By: Candace Marshall

Let’s Celebrate Black History Month! Black History Month is a time for us to look back and celebrate all of the wonderful work that black members of society have done in our nation’s history. Some important figures we can never forget are Martin Luther King, Jr., Rosa Parks, Harriet Tubman, and Fredrick Douglass. These people

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