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Playing for keeps in Reading

Playing for keeps in Reading

Published on May 11, 2018 with Keystone Edge

2011 was a tough year for Pennsylvania’s fifth-largest city, but it also marked the beginning of a remarkable turnaround.

Following the 2010 census, the New York Times reported that Reading (the county seat of Berks County, about sixty miles northeast of Harrisburg) had a larger share of residents living in poverty than any other American city of 65,000 people or more.

A once-thriving recreation program withered, until this municipality of more than 87,000 people and 28 parks had only one active rec center with limited hours and zero playgrounds. Read more.

On making a new home after divorce

On making a new home after divorce

Tell me how you really feel: GPCA introduces “narrative medicine” to Philly with a story slam

Tell me how you really feel: GPCA introduces “narrative medicine” to Philly with a story slam