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Do a little, save big

Money is a nice thing to have. Some people like to have big stacks of money, while other people treat it like an annoying bug that keeps climbing on them (something that must be gotten rid of as soon as possible). Ultimately, the important thing is that you have enough […]

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Thoughts on the Pope’s resignation

I have been a proud Roman Catholic for 20 years.  Needless to say, the text I received several weeks ago from my dad telling me that our church’s leader, Pope Benedict XVI, had resigned came as a bit of a shock.  Anxious to find out exactly what had happened, I […]

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Jazz in the Stacks event guide

To celebrate National Jazz and Poetry Month, Eastern’s Friends of the Library presents a month of snazzy events! Friday, April 5th At 10:30 in the Upper Atrium of the Warner Library, The Friends of the Library is showing “The Cotton Club.” Starring Richard Gere and Nicholas Cage, “The Cotton Club” […]

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Local church to host women’s worship night

Storehouse Church, located in Plymouth Meeting, is hosting a women’s worship night titled “SHE again.” “SHE BELIEVES” will be held on Saturday, April 6th at 7:00 p.m., and is located at Calvary Vision Church in Blue Bell, PA. Tickets start at $15; see storehousechurch.com for more information.