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Red Cross Philadelphia Philippines Calls Top 300, PSPCA $200 Reward For MenWanted in Cat Set On Fire
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 11/12/13 2:13 am | updated: 11/12/13 2:13 am
Since opening up a 24-hour call center in Philadelphia to help people looking for friends and family in the Philippines on Saturday, the local chapter of the Red Cross says more than 300 calls have come in. Officials say that a majority of the calls have come from people across the country, with a couple dozen of them coming from people living in the Philadelphia area. The call center remains open 24/7. The number is 215-299-4889locally, and 800-RED-CROSS elsewhere.

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Chance for First Snowflakes in Philadelphia; Steve Wynn drops Philly casino bid
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/11/13 10:11 pm | updated: 11/11/13 10:11 pm
The first snowflakes of the season could reach the Philadelphia skies overnight tonight into Tuesday. Expect rain showers to develop overnight as an arctic cold front starts to move into the area. By dawn that rain could begin to mix with some snowflakes during the morning commute. There nothing to worry about, it won't be landing anywhere. The biggest change will come from the temperatures. Windy and 43 tomorrow.

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November 9/10 Playlist - Michael Tearson's Marconi Experiment
  by: mtearson - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/11/13 6:51 pm | updated: 11/11/13 6:51 pm
November 9/10 Playlist - Michael Tearson's Marconi Experiment

1) "Michael from Mountains" by Joni Mitchell
2) "Michael from Mountains" by Ralph McTell
3) "Cherry Blossom Clinic Revisited" by the Move
4) "Judgment of the Moon and Stars" by Joni Mitchell
5) "The Pretty and The Fair" by Michael Tearson
6) "Sunlight" by Youngbloods
7) "Knife Edge" by Emerson Lake & Palmer
8) "She's Not There" by Vanilla Fudge
9) "Dear God" by... Read More
Deer Tick Performs Lengthy Set At Philadelphia's Union Transfer 11/6/13 (review + setlist)
  by: SteveKane - Broomall, PA
started: 11/11/13 2:48 pm | updated: 11/11/13 2:50 pm
Rhode Island champions and musicians extraordinaire Deer Tick are back and this time with a new full length record entitled Negativity released this past September on Partisan Records. On November 6th, John McCauley and his band made their way to Philadelphia for a fantastic performance at the Union Transfer on Spring Garden. Touring extensively for the new record, Deer Tick shows signs of maturing and becoming a fully deserving renowned... Read More

Concert Review Setlist - Roger McGuinn with Marty Stuart and The Fabulous Superlatives 11/8/13
  by: JoeS - Springfield, PA
started: 11/11/13 1:15 pm | updated: 11/11/13 1:15 pm
This may sound trite, but the concert on Friday Nov. the 8th, as I saw it, is best described by the name of the band, The Fabulous Superlatives!!! On every level this was a concert I will remember for a long time.

The ArtsQuest venue was new to me and I was impressed with the ease of finding it, the free ample parking, the friendly staff and the great sound and seating. It is a modern impressive structure built around the old Bethlehem Steel Works. The ruins of the old... Read More

Governor Christie Offers GOP Election Advice, Typhoon Relief Efforts Begin
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/11/13 12:24 pm | updated: 11/11/13 12:24 pm
New Jersey Governor Chris Christie hit the Sunday morning talk show circuit yesterday, saying the GOP should take a page from his campaign playbook after his landslide re-election in New Jersey. Christie says the GOP needs to show up in Hispanic and African American neighborhoods in order to earn their support at the polls.

Relief efforts for victims of the typhoon in the Philippines are growing around the Philadelphia area. Filipino-Americans are collecting canned food and... Read More

NJ State Annual Bear Hunt; Woman Struck and Killed by NJ Transit Bus
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 11/11/13 12:31 am | updated: 11/11/13 12:31 am
New Jersey is gearing up for its fourth state-sanctioned bear hunt. Those looking to participate in the hunt have until today to apply for bear season permits. Leftover permits will be put on sale November 14. This year's hunt is scheduled for Dec. 9 through Dec. 14. State environmental officials say the annual hunt aims to control the state's black bear population, which was nearing 3,000 in the hunting area last year.

A female pedestrian was struck and killed by a NJ Transit... Read More
Three Arrested in Delco Walmart Burglary; Teen Killed Crossing DE Highway; Man Shot Friend in Bucks
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/10/13 12:21 am | updated: 11/10/13 12:21 am
Police have arrested three suspects believed to have robbed a Walmart in Delaware County late on Friday night. The three masked men held up the store in the Larkins Corner Shopping Center in Boothwyn. Walmart security were able to give police a detailed description of the robbers and their vehicle. Upper Chichester Police caught them near Township Line Road and Carter Avenue in Chester Township. They recovered a large amount of cash and a shotgun. All three are in custody.
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Cape May Explosion was caused by Propane; Philly Cop Suspended, Cases Reviewed
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/08/13 10:05 pm | updated: 11/08/13 10:05 pm
The Cape May County fire marshal has confirmed that a propane gas leak caused the explosion that leveled a house in Lower Township yesterday. 67-year-old couple Evelyn and James McCarty were both inside at the time and suffered severe burns. They were taken to Crozier Chester Medical Center and are in critical condition. The explosion happened on the 200 block of East Atlantic Avenue in The Villas. The large blast was felt from a mile away. Neighbors ran toward the house and pulled the... Read More
No Snitch Site Intimidates Witnesses, Reward Offered in 1993 Murder of Julie Barnyock
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 11/08/13 12:03 pm | updated: 11/08/13 12:03 pm
Philadelphia Police are investigating a website they believe intimidates witnesses to crimes. The anonymous Instagram account says it's there to "expose rats." Rats215 has posted photos, police statements and testimony of more than 30 witnesses on the photo sharing site since February. Police see it as mass intimidation and makes it more challenging to find people willing to testify.

Today, the 20th anniversary of the disappearance of 18 year old Julie Barnyock of Bucks... Read More

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