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Be sure to check out the Amherst College Jazz Ensemble perform at the 2015 McBride '59 Commission Concert on February 21st at 8 pm! This year's featured composer, JC Sanford, will give a lecture on his piece "Trash Me Hamster," at 1:00pm on Friday, February 20th and perform with his Quartet following the ACJE performance. 

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The New Health Care: What the Science Says About Long-Term Damage From Lead

48 min ago
Exposure to lead has been linked to reduced reading scores, oppositional behavior and increased rates of teen pregnancy.









Our Man in New Hampshire: Chris Christie Turns Up the Heat

1 hour 17 min ago
Mr. Christie celebrated his performance in Saturday’s debate, in which he relentlessly attacked Senator Marco Rubio, as a night that “changed the entire race.”









A Migrant Group’s Dangerous March Through Mexico

1 hour 32 min ago
Ten men left Central America in early November to embark on an exhausting journey, made riskier by the Mexican authorities’ crackdown on migrants.









A Migrant Group’s Dangerous March Through Mexico

1 hour 51 min ago
Ten men left Central America in early November to embark on an exhausting journey, made riskier by the Mexican authorities’ crackdown on migrants.









Your Monday Briefing: Denver Broncos, Marco Rubio, Bernie Sanders

1 hour 59 min ago
Here’s what you need to know to start your day.









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Pa. game officials tracking bald eagle killer

30 min 26 sec ago

The Pennsylvania Game Commission is hunting the illegal shooter who took down an immature bald eagle that was found dead in Carbon County.

No cost-of-living increase this year in Social Security payments: Is it fair?

29 min 47 sec ago

The Social Security Administration in October announced Social Security and Supplemental Security Income benefits for nearly 65 million Americans would not automatically increase in 2016.

Disabled student beaten at Pa. school

40 min 40 sec ago

A student with cerebral palsy was bullied and beaten at his western Pennsylvania high school last week. Worse, the incident was videotaped and other students can be heard on the tape laughing.

Low gas prices a bright spot amid stagnant wages, higher consumer costs

25 min 51 sec ago

Since 1999, executive salaries have climbed, while most employees haven't seen a boost in their take-home pay, according to various sources.

Is Harrisburg losing money on recycling?

37 min 29 sec ago

Harrisburg earned $17 per ton last year under a contract with PennWaste, bringing in about $140,000, but the deal expired in January. Under the city's new contract, the city gets no money for its recyclables.

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Boston Globe: Students Switching Activism to Boardroom

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Annual Emily Dickinson Poetry Walk Set For May 13

May 8, 2000Director of Media Relations 413/542-8417AMHERST, Mass.—The Dickinson Homestead in Amherst will sponsor the annual Emily Dickinson Poetry Walk on Saturday, May 13, at 1 p.m. The walk honors the memory of the poet Emily Dickinson, who died on May 15, 1886. The event is free and open to the public.

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