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May 7—In the 11 years Zania Alaké of Detroit has worked in banking, she's used to the response she hears from colleagues whenever they hear her sing: "Why are you here?" "They'll say 'You need to be out there doing that,'" laughs Alaké. Alaké, a single mom to two toddlers, is trying. And she's gotten farther than she ever has before, competing on Season 20 of NBC's "The Voice," where on Monday ...

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May 7—The GIANT Co. plans to open a supermarket under its Heirloom brand of smaller-format shops on the ground floor of the historic Strawbridge's building on Market Street, a show of confidence that workers and residents will return in force to Center City's streets as the COVID-19 pandemic ebbs. The 32,000-square-foot store, one of four new Philadelphia GIANT- or Heirloom-branded locations ...

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May 7—JUVENILE FICTION "Warriors: The Broken Code 5: The Place of No Stars," Erin Hunter "Ground Zero," Alan Gratz "Ways to Grow Love," Renee Watson "Fairy in Waiting," Sophie Kinsella "The Charmed Children of Rookskill Castle," Janet S. Fox ADULT FICTION "The Russian Cage," Charlaine Harris "Meet Isabel Puddles," M.V. Byrne "Truly Like Lightning," David Duchovny "Death with a Double Edge: A ...

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Members of the Class of 2021 will soon be accepting their diploma as friends and family cheer on, in person or virtually. Although the coronavirus pandemic has changed commencement ceremonies, this remains true: There’s a lot to celebrate. High school and college seniors had to stay on track despite every expectation being upended or at least altered during a global health crisis and its ...

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May 7—Happy Friday y'all! Sorry I'm running a little late — just been one of those weeks. Appreciate y'all patience though. Hopefully it's worth the wait. In honor of Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month, I just wanted to say a few things about "solidarity." It's a word that's been used a lot over the past year amid Black Lives Matter protests and the rise of anti-Asian hate yet ...

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CANTON – First Ladies National Historic Site is now open Tuesday through Saturday, 9 a.m. to 4 p.m., through Oct. 31, according to a news release. The Education Center is open and free of charge, but the Saxton Home remains closed. The Education Center consists of three different museum exhibits, as well as a historic theater with a documentary film. New exhibits have just been installed for ...

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May 7—Did you know you can donate your gently used clothing, furniture, appliances, and household items to The Salvation Army? Your donations can make an impact in someone's life. The Salvation Army is excited to celebrate National Salvation Army Week, May 10 through 16. Since 1896, The Salvation Army has faithfully and consistently worked to help those in need from our community 365 days a ...

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May 7—Models in training will strut their stuff on the catwalk for Mother's Day for the Mom and Me Fashion Show and Brunch during the closing ceremony for ANATHA's six-week youth modeling enrichment program. ANATHA (A New Approach To Helping Adolescents) is a nonprofit organization created by Grace King serving the islands of St. Thomas and St. Croix since 2015. On Sunday, participants will be ...