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SugarHouse Casino is holding two massive hiring events in October – read on for information about scoring one of 500 full-time jobs with benefits.

Inspired by the recent papal visit, Brown’s ShopRite, Cabrini College and Drexel Hospitality and Sports Management will sponsor a day of feeding the homeless and hungry on October 1 at ShopRite of Parkside at 52nd and Jefferson Sts.

NBC-10 interviews Mike O’Bryan, Program Manager, Youth Arts Education at Village of Arts and Humanities and participant in WURD Speaks: Brain Strain – The Effect of Trauma on Education, taking place on 9/30/15 as part of our Walter P. Lomax, Jr., M.D. Speaker Series.

To celebrate the World Meeting of Families, local Black Catholics have come together to sponsor a free, two-night revival at North Philadelphia’s Church of the Gesu on September 21 and 22.

Join us on September 30 when we convene some of the region’s leading experts to discuss the impact of trauma on education, the developing brain, and our children’s ability to reach their full potential.

It’s not too late to register for GSK Science in the Summer™ at select Philadelphia libraries. Science in the Summer is a fun, free education program that seeks to instill a love of learning in children across the country through exciting, hands-on experiments.

Philadelphia R&B group Brotherly Love, along with their manager Charlie Mack, visit The MOJO in advance of the group’s performance at WURD Speaks: Black Music Matters – The Blue-Eyed Soul Takeover?

Sara Lomax-Reese, our president and general manager, and Dr. James Peterson, Director of Africana Studies at Lehigh University, speak with NBC-10’s Vai Sikahema about WURD’s Black Music Month 2015 panel discussion, WURD Speaks – Black Music Matters: The Blue-Eyed Soul Takeover?

Join 900AM WURD for our next WURD Speaks event where we tackle the tough issue of cultural appropriation.

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