Jim and Melanie Garrow of Roxborough have been playing Overwatch along with their three children for more than a year. One of their favorite things about it, Garrow says, is that it’s team-based: “No one can be the superstar.”
“We all have our own mains, so we can play together… even the 5-year-old,” his wife adds. “It’s a nice way for us to connect around the dinner table.”
They’ve been following Philly’s Fusion since the beginning.
“We get a lot of strange looks,” Jim Garrow concedes. “But we’d take the whole family to an Eagles game. Why not this?”
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Overdoses linked to fentanyl, a synthetic opioid up to 50 times stronger than heroin, killed nearly 30,000 people in the United States in 2017. Authorities say most fentanyl sold in the state of Pennsylvania can be traced back to China. We went to Kensington, an area considered a “ground zero” of America’s opioid crisis, in the Pennsylvanian city of Philadelphia, to find out how a drug funneled through from China is fueling a health crisis half a world away.
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