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Safe teaching/learning environments  Reading Mark Zimmaro's report on the temporary relocation of a charter school due to emergency asbestos removal brought back distressing memories ("Temporary location for Universal Vare," Aug. 16). The report describes how...

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Art can inspire change As an educator, parent and grandmother, it was gratifying to read Mark Zimmaro’s report on the proposed dedication of the latest project by Mural Arts of Philadelphia in honor of Philabundance...

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Grateful to GENA, Donatucci Library Kudos to Mark Zimmaro for reporting the post-pandemic return of the annual food drive by the Girard Estate Neighbors Association ("GENA, Donatucci Library stock Philabundance," Aug. 2). Such community support...

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Battery-powered carriages the way to go You have to be someone my age to recall a time when milk was delivered by a horse-drawn wagon. In fact there were special days when East Passyunk Avenue...

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Promoting America’s pastime As the grandmother of a very athletic pre-K boy, it was fun to read Mark Zimmaro’s report about a special event held on July 11 for children 12 and under at Citizens...

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Fighting cancer takes funds As a cancer survivor, it was heartening to read Mark Zimmaro’s report on a special fundraiser scheduled during “A Day at the Phillies” at Citizens Bank Park on Aug. 13 (“Watch...

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Learning by doing When I was instructing future teachers at Temple University, one of the standards I tried to instill was to use real-world experiences to help students understand concepts better. In other words, learn...

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A super productive life It was awe-inspiring to read Tom Waring’s comprehensive report on the life and accomplishments of recently departed columnist Tom Cardella (“Remembering Tom Cardella,” June 28). Talk about a super productive life! It...

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Rest in peace, Tom Cardella It was with deep regret that I learned of the passing of iconic columnist Tom Cardella. I have many memories of exchanging ideas and opinions with Tom through the editorial...

Gone Dancing

Note: The Review will be re-publishing this column, which originally appeared on March 1, in this week's edition. It was a particular favorite of Fran Cardella, Tom's widow.   Everybody dreams. Few of us realize our dreams. How...
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