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Philadelphia's Top Albums of the Week
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/31/11 12:28 pm | updated: 10/31/11 12:28 pm
 
This week's top album sales in the Philadelphia area according to Billboard Magazine's November 5, 2011 issue.

1 Adele - 21
Hear it on Isis, Libra, Slick, Skin Radio

2 Tony Bennett - Duets II
Hear it on Martini Lounge Radio

3 Evanescence... Read More
 
 
News
Philadelphia's 30th Street Station Plaza Opens
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 10/31/11 9:17 am | updated: 10/31/11 9:17 am
 
At noon Wednesday, Philadelphia's "great new public space" outside 30th Street Station gets its official dedication with a grand-opening ceremony….including music, food, fitness demonstrations and street performers.

The new plaza is a project of the University City District, which joined forces with City Councilwoman Jannie Blackwell, the City Planning Commission and the state Department of Transportation.

University City District's executive director Matt... Read More
 
 
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Valley Forge Park Deer Cull Starting
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 10/31/11 9:15 am | updated: 10/31/11 9:15 am
 
Valley Forge Park is set to begin its second annual deer-culling operation, in which U.S. Department of Agriculture marksmen with rifles and night-vision goggles take aim at deer lured to baited sites. Citing safety concerns, the park won't disclose the dates of the shootings, only that they would occur between November and March. Last season, sharpshooters took out 600 deer, and the park aims for 500 this time.

A similar cull will take place in Lower Merion Township in... Read More
 
 
Sports
The Dream Team Version of Eagles Stampede the Cowboys
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/31/11 5:47 am | updated: 10/31/11 5:47 am
 
This is the Eagles team most Philadelphia football fans expected to see from the start of the season. On Sunday night the Birds ran a stampede over the top ranked Dallas defense on their way to a 34 to 7 blowout. Just a few weeks ago, many fans were convinced Andy Reid would be run out of town after the team's slow start. Now Andy is getting high praise for his perfect 13-0 record after bye weeks and the fact that the team is looking like it is beginning to gel as a real force in the... Read More
 
 
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Deer Kill in Valley Forge to Begin
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/31/11 5:30 am | updated: 10/31/11 5:30 am
 
Valley Forge National Historical Park will conduct its second annual deer-culling operation. U.S. Department of Agriculture marksmen with rifles and night-vision goggles will reduce the herd by killing deer lured to baited sites.

Last year, sharpshooters killed 600 deer. This year the park's natural-resource department would like to kill 500.

Insurance experts estimate there are 130,000 deer-vehicle collisions annually in Pennsylvania and New Jersey.
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Heavy wet snow plus leaves on trees, leaves millions without power
 
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/30/11 9:23 am | updated: 10/30/11 9:23 am
 
Close to 3 million households have been left without power after yesterday's surprise and unusual early snow. Most trees still have all their leaves, combined with the amount of snow, branches have come down all over the Northeast taking power lines with them.

In PA alone some 423,000 are dark and in NJ 617,000 lost power. Crews are working but it may take days. PECO's customer service message gives an estimate of Oct. 31 by 11 pm for it's customers.

Looks like... Read More
 
 
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Penn Doctor Regrets Fat Jokes
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/28/11 12:14 pm | updated: 10/28/11 12:14 pm
 
Have you heard the one about the University of Pennsylvania orthopedic surgeon who does fat jokes about overweight patients? True story. Doctor John Kelly writes a humor column and threw some jokes in that got some hot water with Penn and obesity bias advocates. Dr. Kelly intended no harm when he quipped, "You should worry about performing surgery on the supersized if there is a comma in your patient's body weight." Or if a patient "wears a wristwatch on his finger," or "has more chins than... Read More
 
 
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Early Snow Statistics for Philadelphia
 
  by: iradiotom - Philadelphia, PA
started: 10/28/11 11:48 am | updated: 10/28/11 11:48 am
 
Winter is making and early appearance in Philadelphia, but it's not the first time. The earliest recorded snowfall in Philadelphia occurred on Oct 10th and 11th, 1979. 2.1 inches fell making it also the largest measured snowfall in October in Philadelphia.

Does this mean we are in for a snowy winter? Who knows, but if it feels like it's been getting worse recently, you're right.

4 of Philadelphia's top 11 snowfalls of all-time have occurred in the last few... Read More
 
 
Culture
Occupy Philadelphia Mad Libs
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 10/27/11 9:30 am | updated: 10/27/11 9:30 am
 
Occupy Wall Street, the nearly 6-week-old social protest in Manhattan has inspired campaigns, headlines and spoofs that often have nothing to do with income inequality or challenging corporate overlords: Occupy the NBA, Occupy The Bar, Occupy Sesame Street, and Occupy the Bathroom are just a few.

That meets with mixed feelings from the occupiers camping out in lower Manhattan. Some protesters are concerned that frivolous uses could dilute their serious message.
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News
Philadelphia School District: $39 million in reductions needed
 
  by: Rebel - Havertown, PA
started: 10/27/11 9:27 am | updated: 10/27/11 9:27 am
 
Philadelphia School District - which had earlier announced a $629 million budget gap - must make an additional $39 million in reductions.

Cutting professional development, English-language learner instruction, psychologists, instrumental music, athletics, educational technology, and bilingual counseling assistants would save about $17 million. The district still has to find $22 million more to cut.

Without further concessions from district unions, Chief... Read More
 
 
 
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