1. Antonia Pantoja Charter School

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    Kindergarden student's experience at Antonia Pantoja Charter School located at 4101 N American St, Philadelphia, PA 19140. Produced by Terence Oliver and Clay Hoffstein

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    • Philadelphia Bike Polo

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      The Philadelphia Bike Polo organization plays every Tuesday at 7 p.m. and every Sunday at 10 a.m. at the Cione Recreation Center. The organization is welcoming to new and unexperienced players. The players travel all over to compete against other organizations.

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      • JAM slideshow

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        Slideshow showing events from JAM, featuring music from one of the events at Woodmere Museum.

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        • Fashion: Philly AIDS Thrift

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          Founded in 2005, Philly AIDS Thrift is a non-profit thrift store that donates their revenue to HIV/AIDS organizations in the Philadelphia community. The Mazzoni Center and Washington West Project in Philadelphia, has directly been affected by the donations from Philly AIDS Thrift. Philly AIDS Thrift is located on 710 S. 5th St. and is open 7 days a week.

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          • Amateur Sports: The Tournament that Attracts Hundreds of Card Game Fanatics

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            CENTER CITY- Yu-Gi-Oh had been developed by Japan's Kazuki Takahashi in 1996. The trading card game and animated television series arrived in North America around 2002. Philadelphia's Pennsylvania Convention Center attracted 480 players on April 4, 2015 for a Yu-Gi-Oh regional tournament sponsored by Alternate Universes inside Ballroom B. The 2015 Yu-Gi-Oh World Championship Qualifier is slated for late June 2015 in Nashville, Tennessee (the 2014 WCQ had taken place at the Cobo Center in Detroit, Michigan). Philadelphia Neighborhoods Amateur Sports Beat reporter Scott S.D. Weiss explains more on the card game and tournament.

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            • Everyone Has A Name

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              Photographer Charlie O'Hay gives a different perspective on homelessness through his photo project "Everyone Has A Name"

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