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Reading Magazine is a locally owned digital magazine featuring positive news stories in Reading and Berks County.

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Yocum Institute for Arts Education hosts Yenna Hill Exhibition

Yocum Institute for Arts Education will host an exhibition by Yenna Hill from September 10, 2021 – October 16, 2021. The exhibit is free...

Junior Girl Scout Honors Late Grandfather with ‘Bags of Love’ Donation to McGlinn Cancer Institute

Patients at McGlinn Cancer Institute at Reading Hospital received a special delivery Friday from Junior Girl Scout Emily West, age 10, of Maryland. Working...

AIM Distributes Animatronic Animals to Combat Social Isolation

As COVID-19 variants surge, Abilities in Motion has partnered with the Aging and Disability Resource Center of Berks, Lancaster and Lebanon counties to once...

Say Cheese! offers American comfort food with a modern twist

To kickoff season 2 of Bites of Berks, host Justin Choate, visits Say Cheese! in West Reading to try the delicious Say Cheese! burger....

One Love Project seeking volunteers, looks to fill board member positions

The One Love Project, a local organization that promotes wellness within the LGBTQ+ community, is looking for volunteers to help those most in need...

Reception honors Olivet youth artists in ‘Multiple Impressions’ Art Show

Summer camp is all about fun activities, making new friends, and being creative. The Olivet Boys and Girls Club certainly delivered for youth participating...

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