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The Philadelphia Rail Park

After a delayed opening, Rail Park is due to open this spring. The 3-mile “park” will traverse parts of the city, turning unused rail lines built by the Philadelphia Reading Railroad into a greenway for pedestrians and bicyclists.

Notorious RGB

The trailer for RBG, a documentary on Ruth Bader Ginsberg, the 84-year-old, Brooklyn-born Supreme Court justice, gave me goosebumps. There’s plenty I don’t know about the relentless defender of civil rights, but I know where I’ll be on May 4 when the movie hits theaters.

Rise

The New York Times called Rise the Friday Night Lights for theater kids, but for me, this NBC show is more This Is Us meets Glee. Either way, it’s good, and I am an instant addict.

Real Woman Happenings

BTS with Melissa Matarese

5th Anniversary Luncheon

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