Marielle Segarra

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Some Towns Treat Bikes As Trendy, But In Reading, Pa., They're Tools

Sunday, September 11, 2016

The city of nearly 90,000 is making an effort to become bike-friendly as a way to cater to existing residents — many of whom bike because they have to.


Lead Poisoning: A Doctor's Lifelong Crusade To Save Children From It

Sunday, June 05, 2016

In the '70s, Dr. Herbert Needleman made a discovery that changed how people think about lead. His work led to a ban on lead in gasoline. But as seen in Flint, Mich., lead poisoning is still a concern.


To Hook Investors, Philly Baits The Waterfront With Low-Cost Parks

Friday, September 11, 2015

Philadelphia has tried and failed to lure developers to revamp its waterfront. So now it's sprucing it up on the cheap: a roller rink, string lights, hammocks and beer vendors. And it's working.


Move Over Video Games, Board Games Aren't Dead Yet

Wednesday, June 25, 2014

Board games are coming out of the closet, with store fronts popping up in a lot of communities. In Brooklyn, N.Y., Gamelab is place where people can get together and play different types of games.


Put Down the Smartphone, Board Games Are Cool Now

Monday, May 19, 2014

Put down the smartphone — card and board game sales are booming. Gaming spots are popping up in New York City to take advantage of the trend.

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Can You *Like* God?

Wednesday, December 11, 2013

The millennial generation has a reputation for selfies, oversharing and cat memes, but many church leaders are flocking to Facebook and Twitter to bring more young people into the fold.

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