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Philadelphia Folk Festival Sunday Straightforward Folk ends with a New Orleans Romp
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/20/12 2:19 am | updated: 08/20/12 9:08 am
 
Sunday on the Old Pool Farm continued with business as usual in the tiny temporary town. Volunteers in the meal tent were serving food to the constant stream of other volunteers with smiles and dancing. Showcases and workshops were happening on the side stages throughout the early afternoon. Kids were enjoying the performers in Dulcimer Grove. The skies may have been overcast but that didn't affect anyone's mood.

Today's lineup on the Main Stage as a whole was decidedly lower key... Read More

 
 
Philadelphia Folk Festival Saturday Brings the Rock to Folk
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/19/12 3:31 am | updated: 08/20/12 8:56 am
 
Saturday broke on the Old Pool Farm and the remnants of the rains from Friday night could only be seen in the mud patches throughout the grounds. The sky was full of patches of sun and puffy clouds and the humidity was gone with just warm pleasant temperatures. The activity started early with musical acts on all the smaller stages at 11 am. Small crowds gathered at either the Tank, Craft, Lobby, or Camp stages to hear a variety of intimate performances and terrific collaborations.
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Philadelphia Folk Festival Friday Highlights the Variety of Folk Sounds from Around the World
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/18/12 3:19 am | updated: 08/18/12 3:23 am
 
The first full day of activity at the Philadelphia Folk Fest certainly got off on the right foot. Most of the acts scheduled to play both on Main Stage in the afternoon and the Lobby stage in the late morning/early afternoon were locally sourced, Philadelphia based bands. This included the Philadelphia Co-Op Showcase with The Whiskeyhickon Boys, Kala Jojo, Zach Stock on the Lobby Stage. Also playing the Lobby Stage was Philadelphia roots rock band Mason Porter. If you combine them with Rev. TJ... Read More

 
 
51st Annual Philadelphia Folk Festival underway; Live Broadcast iradiophilly
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/17/12 1:06 am | updated: 08/17/12 1:06 am
 
The 51st Annual Philadelphia Folk Fest is once again descending upon the Old Pool Farm in Upper Salford, PA. The four day festival includes camping, a craft show, food of all kinds, and vendors of various sorts showcasing their wares. The family friendly event also includes an entire area called Dulcimer Grove dedicated to children with storytelling, jugglers, arts & crafts, and of course children's music. Children under 12 can even enter the concert areas for free. While some people never... Read More

 
 
Kensington Strangler Found Guilty/Sentenced Life, Valley Swim Club Discrimination Case Settled
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/16/12 7:11 pm | updated: 08/16/12 7:11 pm
 
The Justice Department has announced a settlement in the racial discrimination case against the former Valley Swim club in Huntingdon Valley dating back to June 2009. The suburban swim club allowed Creative Steps Day Camp of Northeast Philadelphia access to the pool for summer campers. After the first day, they refunded the camp's money and asked them not to return. The club claimed there were too many campers and they were too rowdy for lifeguards to handle. The campers claimed they heard... Read More
 
 
Chris Brown and Drake sued $16 million over June 14th bottle-throwing brawl at Club W.I.P. in NYC
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/16/12 2:22 am | updated: 08/16/12 2:22 am
 
Entertainment Enterprises Ltd. which owns Greenhouse on Vandam Street in SoHo, and shares space, a liquor license and owners with W.I.P. has filed a $16 million lawsuit against hip hop stars Chris Brown and Drake.

The lawsuit stems from a bottle breaking, glass flying brawl that broke out between the two and their entourages on June 14th, presumably over their shared love interest in singer Rihanna. The incident started when Brown sent Drake a bottle of champagne and Drake sent... Read More

 
 
Philadelphia Memorial Service for Sherman Hemsley Canceled
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/16/12 12:08 am | updated: 08/16/12 12:08 am
 
A planned memorial service for Philadelphia native and actor Sherman Hemsley set for Thursday has been canceled. Hemsley is best know for his roles in 1970's sitcoms All in the Family and The Jeffersons.

The memorial service was scheduled to be held at the Deliverance Evangelistic Church in North Philadelphia at 11 am, Thurs. 8/16. The church confirmed that it was canceled, but there is no explanation for this cancellation or if it might be rescheduled. Relatives of... Read More

 
 
DiNic's roast pork named Best Sandwich in America
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/15/12 11:11 pm | updated: 08/15/12 11:11 pm
 
Adam Richman hosts a weekly series for the Travel Channel that's been touring the country searching for the best sandwich in the nation. After tasting 28 different contending sandwiches from all corners of the states, the winner was announced in the finale tonight.

DiNic's roast pork sandwich, served up at the Reading Terminal Market stand owned by the Nicolosi family, was named the champion. The sandwich is a Philly classic: sliced pork, broccoli rabe, and extra-sharp provolone... Read More

 
 
PA Voter ID Law Upheld, Woman Falls into Subway, Bumbo Baby Seat Recall
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/15/12 5:37 pm | updated: 08/15/12 10:14 pm
 
Commonwealth Court Judge Robert Simpson issued a decision today that denied a bid by various civil rights groups looking to block the new Pennsylvania Voter ID law from taking effect. Simpson said that the plainiffs, which included the ACLU and others, failed to prove that “disenfranchisement was immediate or inevitable” or that not issuing an injuction would cause “greater injury.” In fact he said stopping the process now would get in the way of preparations underway for the November... Read More

 
 
Pennsylvania Obesity Ranks High, Kensington Strangler Confession Ruled In At Trial
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 08/14/12 6:20 pm | updated: 08/14/12 6:20 pm
 
A recent study on Adult Obesity shows that Pennsylvanians are a bit larger around the waist than a few of our neighbors. The study was conducted by the Centers for Disease Control and split out each state by the percentage of the population considered to be obese. The numbers are not very flattering. The states are ranked in order of most to least obese. Pennsylvania comes in at 28.6% of the population considered extremely overweight, which is good for #20. That's compared to 23.7% in New... Read More
 
 
 
 
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