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Photos – 79th Annual Dad Vail Regatta

Dad Vail Regatta 2017, in Philadelphia, PA

Members of U.S. and Canadian collegiate rowing teams compete in the Olympic length of 2000 meters of the Dad Vail Regatta, on the Schuylkill River, in Philadelphia, PA, on May 12, 2017. With over a hundred competing teams the three-day long Dad Vail Regatta is the largest regular intercollegiate rowing event in the United States.

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Philadelphia Marathon 2016 [PHOTOS]



2016 Philadelphia Marathon, in Center City Philadelphia, PA.

With the city of Philadelphia taking over organization the course, as well as start and finish locations are slightly different from past years. The winners for 2016 are, in the Mens race, Kimutai Cheruiyot in 2:15:53, and Taylor Ward in the Womens race in 2:36:25

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In Mt. Airy, It Takes A Village To Keep The Village [PHOTO ESSAY]

A SEPTA train on the Chestnut Hill West line crosses Mt Pleasant Avenue as it is on its way to Center City. The trestle is part of the Mural Arts Program and made possible with support of Mt Airy residents, (including Ken Weinstein). - See more at: http://whyy.org/cms/everyzip/zip-photo-essay-in-mt-airy-it-takes-a-village-to-keep-the-village-19119/#sthash.Q360f7DJ.dpuf
A SEPTA train on the Chestnut Hill West line crosses Mt Pleasant Avenue as it is on its way to Center City. The trestle is part of the Mural Arts Program and made possible with support of Mt Airy residents, (including Ken Weinstein). (©2016, Bastiaan Slabbers)

When we moved from the Netherlands to Philadelphia six years ago, my wife and I first landed in Fishtown. It’s a nice neighborhood if you are young, but for us, eventually, Mt. Airy in Northwest Philly beckoned.
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