1 hour ago

William Way LGBT Community Center added 3 new...

Happy #GiveOUTDay! We have just 3 hours to go in our campaign to replace our folding chairs. We raised enough today for 55 new chairs--thanks, William R., for that last one--but need a bunch more even to replace those most desperate for retirement. So, if you're on Facebook tonight, with $26 burning a hole in your pocket, please consider donating a chair. Thank you! https://www.giveoutday.org/c/GO/a/waygay40.


2 hours ago

LAST WEEK - CLOSES THIS SATURDAY APRIL 21. WE...

LAST WEEK - CLOSES THIS SATURDAY APRIL 21. WE HOPE TO SEE YOU! Collaborative Histories: Dieu Donné and By the Book Vol. 2: New Photography Publications Image: Kate Shepherd, Dark Orange White Stacks, Notched (4, 5), 2011, Pigmented linen pulp on pigmented linen and cotton paper, 30 1/4” x 21 1/2”, Unique, Published by Dieu Donné, Courtesy of Dieu Donné, In Collaborative Histories: Dieu Donné, http://printcenter.org/100/collab-histories-by-the-book/


4 hours ago

The Rosenbach will be closed on Saturday, Apr...

The Rosenbach will be closed on Saturday, April 21 for maintenance. We apologize for any inconvenience.

    The Rosenbach
    The Rosenbach, Philadelphia, PA. 3,968 likes · 106 talking about this · 330 were here. At the Rosenbach, over 400,000 works of literature, history, & fine and decorative art come together in...
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5 hours ago

Looking to begin the next chapter in your car...

Looking to begin the next chapter in your career?! Our friends at Interactive Mechanics are hiring a Business Development Manager. We don't like to pick favorites, but let's just say they are a rad group of folks to work alongside. 😉 Learn more about the position and the team below. Don't sleep on this - the projected start date is June 2018.

    Jobs - Interactive Mechanics
    We're a small, close-knit group of designers, developers, and content specialists who build amazing things, and we'd love for you to join us.
    http://interactivemechanics.com

5 hours ago

Rittenhouse Farmers' Market added 6 new photo...

We're planning for a real fun market this Saturday, hope you'll join us. Tulips and other spring flowers in bloom, the ramps and fiddlehead fern season continues for another week, the first of the spring produce, Anita's Guacamole, MoJo's Pop Co, all that great food from the local chefs and bakers...the list goes on! See you Saturday.


6 hours ago

Whether you drive it or avoid it, conflict is...

Whether you drive it or avoid it, conflict is going to show up. And whatever your role is in your organization, you can cultivate skills to handle it. Join CultureWorks and Philadelphia Area Cooperative Alliance for this evenings workshop centered around Conflict Management. The workshop will start at 6pm and is open to all, co-op lovers and artistic entrepreneurs, emerging to established leaders, and beyond. Please RSVP below.

    PACA @ CW // Conflict Management: How to manage and use it
    In partnership with CultureWorks Greater Philadelphia, the Philadelphia Area Cooperative Alliance (PACA) will offer a workshop series aimed at developing leadership capacity and skills. This month, we'll focus on: Conflict Management: How to manage and make better use of it // What do you do when conflict emerges?
    https://cultureworks-x-paca.ticketleap.com

9 hours ago

Have you gotten your ticket to PASSAGE yet? T...

Have you gotten your ticket to PASSAGE yet? Take a look at our upcoming special events to help you decide when to go. #WilmaPassage #CollegeNight #BeerNight #DirectorsGathering

    Passage Events | The Wilma Theater
    Calling all Penn Quakers, Temple Owls, UArts Unicorns, Drexel Dragons, and everything in between - College Night is back! For only $10, join classmates and students from other Philadelphia colleges and universities for a complimentary pre-show reception full of delicious pizza and treats at 6:30pm in the studio room.
    https://www.wilmatheater.org

9 hours ago

Showers are currently moving into the area fr...

Showers are currently moving into the area from the west. Temperatures will remain warm enough for rain but some snow is likely to mix in for the Poconos and extreme northwest New Jersey. Rain and snow showers should move out of the area by mid afternoon. Winds will pick up as showers move through and will remain blustery through the evening with lows in the mid 30s throughout much of the region and near 30 for the Poconos and northern New Jersey.

    US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly
    Showers are currently moving into the area from the west. Temperatures will remain warm enough for rain but some snow is likely to mix in for the Poconos and extreme northwest New Jersey. Rain and...
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10 hours ago

New office towers are rising but Philadelphia...

New office towers are rising but Philadelphia’s office sector growth lags behind its peer markets. The premium on space downtown was 10% in 2017, compared to 112% in Boston and 74% in D.C. central business districts, and the national average of 25%. Details in State of Center City 2018, coming April 24. Click below for more info and to get your copy. #SOCC2018

    State of Center City Preview - Office
    The Center City District (CCD), Central Philadelphia Development Corporation (CPDC) and Center City District Foundation (CCDF) work together to enhance the vitality and competitiveness of Philadelphia's downtown. In 1991 the business leadership organization CPDC created the CCD business improvement district to deliver daily services with the goal of making Center City clean and safe.
    https://centercityphila.org

11 hours ago

JOIN US Today, Thursday, April 19 for a recep...

JOIN US Today, Thursday, April 19 for a reception and book launch for January 1 with the artist Andrea Modica at The Print Center, 6:00-7:30pm. Thanks philly artblog! PRE-ORDER YOUR SIGNED BOOK or SPECIAL EDITION TODAY! For more information, contact Evan Laudenslager at elaudenslager@printcenter.org or 215.735.6090 x2 This program is co-sponsored by the Photography Program at Drexel University. http://printcenter.org/100/event/book-launch-3/


12 hours ago

National Archives at Philadelphia added 3 new...

In our holdings here in Philadelphia, we have over 2,500 Alien’s Applications for Permission to Depart. With the passing of the Wartime Measure Act in 1918, documentation for travel became a priority in the United States. During World War I, there was an influx of people moving between borders throughout the world, often without any form of official documentation. By implementing this Act, the United States could better control its borders by requiring all U.S. citizens to acquire a passport and non-citizens to acquire visas. These particular applications were submitted by aliens for permission to leave the U.S. and go to a specific country for a specified reason. More often than not, the requests were made to return to their home country and be reunited with family, take up a job, handle family matters, or work on newly inherited land they had acquired since emigrating. Included in the application files were photographs, extensive background information on the individual, list of residences, references, and their reason for requesting departure. One example of these applications is shared here: Paolo Romano a resident of South Philadelphia. Romano’s departure was not immediately granted, due to the fact that crucial documents were missing from his application. Included in this file are also letters in which the Commissioner specifically requested that Mr. Romano to obtain proper documentation from the local draft board in Baltimore, Maryland. Mr. Romano responded to this request by explaining that he felt his life would be at risk if he went to Baltimore to secure the necessary permit. He believed that the Mafia had made him a marked man, and pleaded for his application to be granted without the form. When asked for his reason for departure Romano wrote: “On account that my wife is dead, I have 2 children to take care of and because of the fact that I have been threatened to be killed by the so called (”Mafia”) or Black Hand.” On November 11th, Paolo wrote: “Without answering your letter, I respect as I have said verbally that it is absolutely impossible for me – in Baltimore, Maryland, because I have been condemned to death by dissolute persons – which – this great nation -----. Therefore I apply to the Federal Police and the legal measures that a permission will be given to me to leave the U.S. where my life is in great danger.” The Commissioner wrote to the Chief of Foreign Permits Office on November 16th, “The applicant was questioned by Inspector Zimmerman at the time the application was filed and he explained that he felt that he was a marked man although he had received no communication from anyone threatening his life, but that twice he had been shot at and other incidents had occurred which made him thank that someone was endeavoring to take his life; he could not explain what these “other incidents” were.” In the end, the Commissioner granted his application to depart to Italy, even though Paolo’s application was not complete. The photograph of Paolo is shared below, but you can read his full application as well as thousands of others by visiting our research room. This post was written by Megan Kelly, Research and Writing Intern with the National Archives at Philadelphia. #NARA #PhillyArchives #wwi #immigration #mafia #theblackhand #alien CITATION: Alien Application for Permission to Depart from the United States for Paolo Romano; 3; Office of the Commissioner, Philadelphia; RG 085 Immigration and Naturalization; National Archives at Philadelphia (567234) and (PH-3587).


12 hours ago

“Black troops were regarded as second-class c...

“Black troops were regarded as second-class citizens,” said Hicks, “and often received lesser quality of equipment and clothing, and maybe only one doctor per regiment.” On April 21 at 11 a.m., Mütter Museum Director Robert Hicks will join Mayor Kenney, U.S. Rep. Dwight Evans (D., Pa.), and other politicians, historians and Civil War reenactors at the Philadelphia National Cemetery, to unveil an informational panel erected by the Veterans Administration that celebrates the achievements of the United States Colored Troops.

    Mutter exhibit recalls how the sacrifices of black Civil War troops advanced medicine - Philly
    Struck down by disease far more frequently than their white comrades, with nearly double the death rate, black soldiers who joined the U.S. Colored Troops would prove pivotal to medicine's understanding of the greatest public health crisis in the young nation's history.
    http://www.philly.com

15 hours ago

William Way LGBT Community Center updated the...

Give OUT day is the only national day of LGBT giving. In 2018, we are raising funds to replace our ragtag bunch of metal folding chairs. A new chair is just $26! https://www.giveoutday.org/c/GO/a/waygay40


20 hours ago

  • PLUMBING PERMIT

    INSTALL (3) 3/4 WATER SERVICE STREET TO MAIN (MIXED USE)"SELF-CERTIFICATION'S ARE NO LONGER PERMITTED" - "ALL EXCAVATIONS AND PLUMBING TRENCHES IN EXCESS OF 5 FEET IN DEPTH MUST HAVE APPROVED SHORING IN PLACE AT THE TIME OF INSPECTION"

    1442 LOMBARD ST Issued April 17, 2018 Comment
  • ZONING PERMIT

    PARTIAL DEMO AT REAR AND NEW 1 STORY REAR ADDITION WITH ROOF DECK ABOVE, EXISTING SFD

    615 S 16TH ST Issued April 17, 2018 Comment
  • ADDITION PERMIT

    PARTIAL DEMOLITION AT THE REAR AND ERECTION OF A ONE (1) STORY WOOD-FRAMED ADDITION WITH VENTED CRAWL SPACE BELOW, RATED WALLS AND ROOF DECK ABOVE WITH PARTIAL PROJECTION BEYOND ADDITION FOOTPRINT. ADDITION TO EXTEND AN EXISTING DWELLING. SEPARATE PERMITS REQUIRED FOR ALL MECHANICAL, ELECTRICAL AND PLUMBING WORK. **PROTECTION OF ADJACENT PROPERTIES REQUIRED AT ALL TIMES**

    615 S 16TH ST Issued April 17, 2018 Comment

20 hours ago

  • MAKI LUKE

    1523 Carpenter St. Philadelphia, Pa 19146-2110 April 17, 2018 Comment

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31 hours ago

An influx of millennials moving into the down...

An influx of millennials moving into the downtown has influenced the retail landscape and brought a new mix of shops to Center City. How do we keep the momentum going? CCD's State of Center City report, coming out April 24, shows how Philadelphia compares to other cities and where there's more room to grow. Follow the link below for more. #SOCC2018

    State of Center City Preview - Retail
    The Center City District (CCD), Central Philadelphia Development Corporation (CPDC) and Center City District Foundation (CCDF) work together to enhance the vitality and competitiveness of Philadelphia's downtown. In 1991 the business leadership organization CPDC created the CCD business improvement district to deliver daily services with the goal of making Center City clean and safe.
    https://centercityphila.org

33 hours ago

“Black soldiers experienced higher mortality ...

“Black soldiers experienced higher mortality due to disease than white troops during the war, and doctors—usually white—struggled to understand how black bodies differed from white ones,”

    Philly is getting a Civil War memorial honoring black soliders
    Philadelphia's newest Civil War memorial will honor black soldiers who fought in the brutal war over slavery. The U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs and the Mütter Museum will unveil the "interpretative sign" at Philadelphia National Cemetery north of Germantown to honor the men of the United States Colored Troops buried at the VA cemetery.
    http://planphilly.com

33 hours ago

Center City District shared SEPTA - iseptaphi...

    Notice of Public Hearings
    From schedule times to upcoming events, and everything in between. ISEPTAPHILLY.com
    https://www.iseptaphilly.com

34 hours ago

Give OUT Day is the ONLY national day of givi...

Give OUT Day is the ONLY national day of giving for the LGBTQ community – a 24-hour online fundraising event that engages thousands of people throughout the U.S. to Give OUT in support of the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer community.

    Give OUT Day
    April 20th is Give OUT Day, a national day of giving for the LGBTQ community - a 24hr online fundraising event to unite the community & raise critical funds for nonprofits serving the LGBTQ community.
    https://www.giveoutday.org

34 hours ago

Please join us this Thursday, April 19, 6pm f...

Please join us this Thursday, April 19, 6pm for a reception and book launch for January 1 with the artist Andrea Modica!

    Andrea Modica: January 1
    For the past 10 years, photographer Andrea Modica, has taken to the streets of Philadelphia, wrapped in her winter's warmest, to capture a 116 year tradition of the Mummers Parade under an enormous dark cloth with a large format camera. The Mummers Parade is unlike traditional parades--it can run over twelve hours with 10,000 men,...
    http://lenscratch.com

34 hours ago

Schuylkill Banks added 2 new photos.

There's so much to look forward to this Friday! At 10am, celebrate the new South to Christian trail and greenway on the CHOP Roberts Center Plaza. There will be a great lineup of speakers, followed by free Shake Shack custard and pretzels! More info: https://bit.ly/2IQtVWa Then, at 7:30pm, join us at Walnut Street for our Star Party event, part of the citywide Philadelphia Science Festival! Local astronomers will be onsite with telescopes to educate us about the stars, constellations and beyond. Learn more: https://bit.ly/2HboFfg See you on the Banks!


36 hours ago

Today we want to take a moment to honor the l...

Today we want to take a moment to honor the life of Barbara Bush who died yesterday at the age of 92. The wife of President George H. W. Bush, and the mother of President George W. Bush, Barbara Bush was by all accounts an outspoken, witty, and formidable women. She was an advocate for many causes, most notably of which was her work championing literacy. The photograph featured here is from the 86th Army-Navy game that was held in Philadelphia in 1985. To then Vice President George H. W. Bush’s excitement as a veteran of the Navy, the Navy Midshipmen won this game 17-7. Barbara is pictured here by his side, where she stood throughout their 73 years of marriage and many years in public service. Barbara is survived by her husband and children, and will be remembered and honored by the entire country. Citation: Vice President George H. W. Bush and Barbara Bush at the 86 th Army-Navy Game, Box 41, Events, Public Relations, Philadelphia Navy Yard, RG 181: Records of Naval Districts and Shore Establishments, National Archives at Philadelphia, (NAID: 279176) (HMS ID: PH-6334). #barbarabush #bush #41 #georgehwbush #archives #history #army #navy #nara


37 hours ago

Shooting Incident 1301 Walnut St DC 18 06 012427

Assault 801 S Broad St DC 15 03 042384 - Duration: 3:08. PhiladelphiaPolice 1,457 views

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Shooting Incident 1301 Walnut St DC 18 06 012427

...victim, a 46 year-old-male, was walking out of out a store located at 133 South 13th Street when he was confronted by an unknown black male who he was involved in a...

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    Shooting Incident 1301 Walnut St DC 18 06 012427
    On March 24, 2018, at 10:43 pm, the victim, a 46 year-old-male, was walking out of out a store located at 133 South 13th Street when he was confronted by an unknown black male who he was involved in a verbal dispute with.
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40 hours ago

Good morning! A chilly start to the day with ...

Good morning! A chilly start to the day with temperatures generally in the 30s at this time. However temperatures will moderate to the mid 50s to low 60s by this afternoon under partly to mostly sunny skies. A system will bring some rain and showers tonight into Thursday, mainly north of the I-78, I-80 corridors, but the good news is that dry weather with sunshine is expected for this coming weekend into early next week. For the latest forecast details specific to your location, please visit weather.gov/phi and enter your city or zip code in the upper left.

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44 hours ago

  • Theft

    • Thefts

      400 Block S. 15th St. April 10, 2018 @ 12:33 p.m. Comment

2 days ago

US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Moun...

Some minor flooding will continue on the Passaic River at Pine Brook and on the Millstone River at Griggstown. Do not drive around barricades and do not attempt to drive through flooded areas.


2 days ago

Newbold CDC added 2 new photos.

What’s that in the window at AJ Appliance Inc? Cinco de Mayo Fiesta


2 days ago

LAST WEEK - CLOSES APRIL 21! Collaborative H...

LAST WEEK - CLOSES APRIL 21! Collaborative Histories: Dieu Donné and By the Book Vol. 2: New Photography Publications Image: Arlene Shechet, Deep Blooze Series: With-In, 2004, Pigmented linen pulp stenciled on abacá paper, 30” x 30”, Unique, Published by Dieu Donné, Courtesy of Dieu Donné, Installation view, Photo: Jaime Alvarez, In Collaborative Histories: Dieu Donné http://printcenter.org/100/collab-histories-by-the-book/


2 days ago

Technically, it has been warmer in April than...

Technically, it has been warmer in April than it was in February. Despite a few warm days last week, it hasn't felt that way!


2 days ago

Center City District shared Philadelphia Maga...

    Sandler's on 9th Will Bring American Comfort Food to Washington Square
    Owner Paul Sandler, a former GM at The Palm, is shooting for a June opening. Upscale American comfort food is coming to The Franklin this summer. Paul Sandler, a general manager for The Palm in Atlantic City and Philly for 15 years, will open the all-day concept Sandler's on 9th in the former Rarest space at 834 Chestnut Street.
    https://www.phillymag.com

2 days ago

A Freeze Warning is in effect from 2AM thru 8...

A Freeze Warning is in effect from 2AM thru 8AM Wednesday (4/18) for portions of New Jersey, Maryland, and Pennsylvania (areas in purple). Temperatures are expected to drop to or below freezing overnight. Take appropriate steps to protect sensitive vegetation. #njwx #pawx #mdwx


2 days ago

Dranoff selling luxury Philly apartments to Denver-based company

The properties include Locust on the Park—which is in Fitler Square— 777 South Broad and Southstar Lofts—which are both around Hawthorne—and Left Bank in University City. They...

    Dranoff selling luxury Philly apartments to Denver-based company
    Carl Dranoff is selling six of his team's luxury apartment buildings in and around the city to Denver-based investment company, Aimco, in a $445 million transaction. The developers announced the news this week, saying that they have a, "pipeline of new and exciting developments" that they're eager to focus on.
    https://philly.curbed.com

2 days ago

Vegetarian Mainstay Govinda’s Finally Opens Its Pizza Shop

Govinda’s, the long-running restaurant at Broad and South streets, has been serving vegetarian and vegan food since the 1980s, well before avoiding meat...

The original Govinda’s (1408 South Street) is a certified-kosher fast food joint known for its (meat- and dairy-free) cheesesteaks...

    Vegetarian Mainstay Govinda's Finally Opens Its Pizza Shop
    Govinda's, the long-running restaurant at Broad and South streets, has been serving vegetarian and vegan food since the 1980s, well before avoiding meat went mainstream. About four years ago, owner Haryasva Dasa, a Hare Krishna monk who goes by Hari, got the vegan community buzzing with news of an upcoming Govinda's pizza shop right next door, in what was at one point Govinda's To Go.
    https://philly.eater.com

2 days ago

There is still time to sign up and help clean...

There is still time to sign up and help clean up Rittenhouse Square Park on Earth Day, Sunday, April 22 from 10 am - 12 pm. Email info@friendsofrittenhouse.org to volunteer.

    Young Friends of Rittenhouse Square
    There is still time to sign up and help clean up Rittenhouse Square Park on Earth Day, Sunday, April 22 from 10 am - 12 pm. Email info@friendsofrittenhouse.org to volunteer.
    https://www.facebook.com

2 days ago

CALL FOR ENTRY | Second State Press The Cindi...

CALL FOR ENTRY | Second State Press The Cindi Royce Ettinger Fellowship | Applications Due: May 22, 2018 | https://bit.ly/2H80Ucp

    The Print Center
    CALL FOR ENTRY | Second State Press The Cindi Royce Ettinger Fellowship | Applications Due: May 22, 2018 | https://bit.ly/2H80Ucp
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2 days ago

Where is Philadelphia growing fastest, and wh...

Where is Philadelphia growing fastest, and why? Our annual State of Center City report, coming out April 24, breaks it down along with a wealth of other data and benchmarks with other cities. For more, click through the link below. #SOCC2018

    State of Center City Preview - Population Change
    The Center City District (CCD), Central Philadelphia Development Corporation (CPDC) and Center City District Foundation (CCDF) work together to enhance the vitality and competitiveness of Philadelphia's downtown. In 1991 the business leadership organization CPDC created the CCD business improvement district to deliver daily services with the goal of making Center City clean and safe.
    https://centercityphila.org

2 days ago

Nearly 24,000 women and girls entered costume...

Nearly 24,000 women and girls entered costumes in a “Dress-Your-Best” Contest sponsored in 1954. Marlene Dillman won a trip to Paris--click on the links to see photos of her winning outfits in the City of Lights. According to a McCall’s study at the time, the "average woman who sews" is a housewife between 20 and 39 years old, who has one or two children and a family income above the U. S. average. She makes 21 garments a year – 14 of them for herself. In addition, she makes six garments for her children and one for her husband. Did your mother sew outfits for you when you were a child? Do you sew? https://text-message.blogs.archives.gov/2018/03/22/13074/

    Fashion Forward at the National Archives
    Today's post was written by Laney Stevenson, Archives Technician at the National Archives at College Park. Although fashion may not be the first thing that comes to mind when thinking of government records and the holdings of the National Archives, fashion and dress has, and continues to be, a significant aspect of life for many...
    http://text-message.blogs.archives.gov

2 days ago

There is still time to submit your applicatio...

There is still time to submit your application! We are currently accepting internship applications for current college students and recent graduates! If you are interested in photography and/or printmaking, check out our website for more information about joining our team. The DEADLINE is April 20, 2018 for internship applications for the Summer 2018 session from May through August. http://printcenter.org/100/opportunities/ Photo: Jaime Alvarez

    The Print Center
    There is still time to submit your application! We are currently accepting internship applications for current college students and recent graduates! If you are interested in photography and/or...
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2 days ago

"the challenges in this play are to have the ...

"the challenges in this play are to have the audience leave the theater with a lot of questions and very few answers... to have them try to understand another human being and to connect in a very spiritual and knowing way.” - Lindsay Smiling in The Philadelphia Tribune The World Premiere of PASSAGE by Christopher Chen begins this Wednesday, April 18. Get your tickets today --> https://goo.gl/957aNr #WilmaPassage

    Temple grad hopes play will help people connect spiritually
    Obie Award-winning playwright Christopher Chen brings the world premiere of "Passage" to the Wilma Theatre in collaboration with Wilma Artistic Director Blanka Zizka and the Wilma HotHouse Company of actors. "Passage" is described as a fantasia of E.M. Forster's "A Passage to India," a 1924 novel that described the British crown rule in India and addressed racial discrimination and the ensuing resentment.
    http://www.phillytrib.com

2 days ago

There is some lingering flooding in NJ early ...

There is some lingering flooding in NJ early this morning. Most of the flooding is minor. However, moderate flooding is occurring on the Millstone River in Somerset County. A Flood Warning is in effect. #njwx

    US National Weather Service Philadelphia/Mount Holly
    There is some lingering flooding in NJ early this morning. Most of the flooding is minor. However, moderate flooding is occurring on the Millstone River in Somerset County. A Flood Warning is in...
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2 days ago

  • Escuchar para Aprender/Listening to Learn

    Teacher Sheila is asking for $271.20:
    My students need some audio books in Spanish to become fluent readers and speakers! Remember when you were a child and listened to books on tape or stories on the radio. Listening to literature is important!
    Independence Charter School Comment

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