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Election 2022

This past Tuesday was Election Day for the primaries in Pennsylvania. Since this is the off-year, meaning that it is not a presidential election year, the ballot was primarily (pun intended) filled with federal and state Senate and House candidates, in addition to more local positions. But before delving into the election results, one should understand how primaries work. Primaries…

Book Review: The Kingdom of Back by Marie Lu

Marie Lu, in her book The Kingdom of Back, explores the story of Wolfgang Mozart’s forgotten older sister. Maria Anna Mozart, nicknamed Nannerl, was an amazing musician and composer, possibly the best in all of Europe, until her brother came along. This novel is gripping while at the same time whimsical, as Nannerl finds a guardian in the fairy prince…

The Musical Season

The end of the year brings Grayson’s long-awaited musicals. This year, with an auditorium and plenty of hard work dedicated to pulling off Les Miserables for the Middle and Upper Schools, and Dr. Dolittle Junior for the Lower School, the Grayson community will have two wonderful musical performances to see.  As mentioned before, the two musicals this year are Les…

Philly’s largest restaurant just opened

Liberty Point, Philadelphia’s largest restaurant, opened Monday. Located around and in parts on top of the Independence Seaport Museum, the restaurant seats 1,400 diners, in part by employing 150 staff. The restaurant also includes five bars and a promise of live music on fridays and saturdays. The globe may post a review if a writer ever actually goes down and…

Clementon Park: A blast to the past

Once upon a time, the outskirts of America’s cities were populated with amusement parks. Then, suddenly, they weren’t. Trolley parks came into being around the turn of the century, as Trolley companies, lacking business on the weekends, built parks at the end of their lines to draw out families and their fares. But after the trolley companies shut down, so…

Wordle Variations That Should Be A Thing

Wordle Variations That Should Be A Thing Wordle–we all know it, and love it (except when it’s a word that doesn’t include A, I, or E). But with all of the Wordle variations coming out like Nerdle (math wordle) and Worldle (geography Wordle), what are some variations that should exist? Celebrity Wordle A version of Wordle where you are given…

Thybulle Can’t Play in Toronto

Matisse Thybulle, the Philadelphia 76ers star small forward, has a problem. He can’t play playoff games in Toronto. As of press time, Toronto requires all athletes playing in stadiums to be vaccinated, which Thybulle is not. However, the 76ers have still been given a 76% chance of advancing to the next round of the playoffs by 538.

Three Cat Gods to Know

When your cat looks down its nose as you, it has a very good reason to. Cats were worshipped as gods, not only in Egypt, but in other places as well. Here are three cat gods and goddesses from various mythologies and what they did.

Phonebanking Season Starts

Primary season is here! And with it comes legions of volunteers (of which your writer is one) trying to get out the vote by calling you, yes you the reader, with a questionnaire. Phonebanking is a common tool used to attempt to secure votes and donations from people a a campaign thinks may be persuaded to give, which, in today’s…

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