Horoscopes: Thursday, October 17, 2019

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Comedians in care facilities getting laughs from dementia patients

Laughter on Call pairs professional comedians with dementia and Alzheimer's patients.

Comedians in care facilities getting laughs from dementia patients

Laughter on Call pairs professional comedians with dementia and Alzheimer's patients.

Oct. 18-24: In the garden, it’s time to...

Check those container gardens for bugs before you bring them inside for the winter.

Oct. 18-24: In the garden, it’s time to...

Check those container gardens for bugs before you bring them inside for the winter.
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As Toll Brothers starts work on Jewelers Row tower, merchants wonder what’s next | Inga Saffron

Can the historic street retain its essential character even as its businesses grow more diverse?

Opinion

Dear Abby | Divorced mother gets cold shoulder at family events

DEAR ABBY: I am a 67-year-old divorced mother of five and grandmother of eight. My marriage to the father of my first four children ended 30 years ago because he was physically and emotionally abusive. After the divorce, I managed to put myself through college, and I am now a retired teacher. I also

Horoscopes: Wednesday, October 16, 2019

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The Parent Trip: Kayla Blackburn of Logan

“It was like seeing somebody that you’ve been waiting on for a long time. It was a very magical moment.”

Meet Eddie Welsh, the Jefferson Frankford Hospital nurse who founded Project Cotton to clothe discharged patients in need

“I took this career to help people. I can’t always fix them, but I can make them feel better by clothing them.”

Some say Temple T-shirts ignore the significance of actual historically black colleges

The controversy surfaced long-held debates about the pros and cons of attending each kind of university and, some say, ignored how HBCUs came to be.

Run, walk, and talk with strangers until they’re friends, and you’ll live longer, feel better, and learn more stuff.

“People are better at showing up to exercise when they’re motivated to keep up with, or maybe even beat, their friends.”

Opinion

Dear Abby | Cross-dressing best friend wants to go out as a couple

DEAR ABBY: My best friend and I are both male and 25. We’ve been friends since third grade. We were apart for four years of college and two years after because we were employed in different states. He has now been transferred and lives and works a few miles from where I do. We see each other frequen

Horoscopes: Tuesday, October 15, 2019

Daily Horoscopes

What if, instead of telling kids what to do, we ask them to teach others?

How to help teens help themselves: Have them mentor younger kids.

Not all parents give an allowance, but those who do average $30 a week

The average weekly allowance has rocketed up from $17 in 2016, according to a new survey. And the average age of a child receiving one is 14.

‘It felt like the world was on fire’: 6 women on what happened in the 2 years after they said #MeToo

The #MeToo hashtag — born in October 2017 after sexual misconduct allegations against Harvey Weinstein were publicized — in many ways allowed those who had been victimized to reclaim their autonomy.

Opinion

Dear Abby | Happy smartphone user stops short of becoming an addict

DEAR ABBY: I have a smartphone, and I love its convenience. I check my email, texts and voicemail three or four times a day and always try to respond promptly. But I do not carry my phone with me every moment of the day. Some family members insist that the polite thing to do is to return a text mes

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