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10 Million Gallons of Water: The World’s Largest Aquarium

 “Georgia Aquarium provides an entertaining, engaging, and educational experience, inspiring stewardship in conservation, research, and the appreciation for the animal world.” – Georgia Aquarium Mission Can you imagine going to the largest aquarium in the world — a place where there are millions of different species?  What about a gargantuan aquarium filled with 10 million […]

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Open House & Open Hearts: REBNY Harlem Open House Expo

Uptown brokers to showcase exclusive co-op, condo, and townhouse listings; Participants encouraged to support Mayor’s Fund and Harlem Building Explosion Relief Efforts Contact:  Johann Hamilton, JHamilton@rebny.com    212.616.5250 NEW YORK, March 25, 2014 – The Real Estate Board of NY residential members are preparing to hold the 2nd Annual Upper Manhattan Committee Harlem Open House Expo,

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Neil deGrasse Tyson—Ambassador to the Universe

By now you’ve probably seen an episode or two of Cosmos: A Space-Time Odyssey. An orchestral tune plays behind stunning galactic images. Astrophysicist Neil deGrasse Tyson zips across the Universe, defying the laws of space-time, while crossing into the unknown in his “Ship of the Imagination.” Tyson coolly puts on black sunglasses right before the

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Songs and spiritual hymns from the Emmy and Grammy award winning Soweta Gospel Choir.

On The Town: Celebrating 20 Years of Freedom and the Legacy of Nelson Mandela

It was 20 years ago that decades of racial apartheid were brought to end in South Africa. On February 13th, guests from around the world joined President Bill Clinton, Morgan Freeman, and the Soweto gospel Choir to pay tribute to the man responsible for South Africa’s democratic independence; the late South African President Nelson Mandela.

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Educational SuperPowers: Philadelphia Futures & Gettysburg College

Five hundred high school students, collegians, parents, mentors, and supporters braved the cold weather and snow covered streets to answer the challenge to “Discover Your Power.” That was both the theme and the spirited call-to-action of the Philadelphia Futures 2014 Annual Conference held on January 4 at Drexel University. Philadelphia Futures, a non-profit union of

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On The Town: The Philadelphia Freedom Festival

This February, while celebrating Black History Month and the 50th anniversary of the Civil Rights Act, don’t miss the Mann Center’s official launch of the “Philadelphia Freedom Festival”. The Mann Center for the Performing Arts just announced this year’s seven-month endeavor which will commemorate the life of Octavius V. Catto — the legendary 19th century

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