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May 23/24 Playlist - Michael Tearson's Marconi Experiment - BBC Archives: Nick Lowe & Assoc + Folkie
  by: mtearson - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/26/20 9:20 pm | updated: 05/26/20 9:20 pm
May 23/24 Playlist - Michael Tearson's Marconi Experiment - BBC Archives: Nick Lowe & Assoc + Folkie stuff

1) "Range War" by Brinsley Schwarz
2) "I Knew the Bride" by Rockpile
3) "Heart of the City" by Rockpile
4) "Switchboard Susan" by Nick Lowe
5) "Cracking Up" by Nick Lowe
6) "Pouring It All Out" by Graham Parker & the Rumour
7) "Fool's Gold" by Graham Parker & the Rumour
8) "Veronica" by Elvis Costello
9) "I Want to... Read More

Walk-up Orders at Philadelphia Restaurants/Food Trucks; 200+ Memorial Day Party; PHL Homeless Moved
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/26/20 7:32 pm | updated: 05/26/20 7:32 pm
Philadelphia Mayor Jim Kenney announced on Tuesday, 5/26, that as the region expects to move into the 'yellow' phase of Pennsylvania's reopening plan on June 5, the city can begin to ease some restrictions ahead of that date. He ordered, effective immediately, that restaurants and food trucks can now take walk-up orders in addition to the orders over the phone or internet for carry-out/delivery that they have previously been restricted to. Dine-in service is still not allowed. "As we... Read More

NJ to Allow Outside Graduations July 6, Pro Sports Can Resume; DE to Lift Rental Ban, 250 Gatherings
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/26/20 4:25 pm | updated: 05/26/20 4:25 pm
New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy announced on Tuesday, 5/26, that high schools as well as colleges and universities in the state will be allowed to hold outdoor graduation ceremonies for the Class of 2020 starting on July 6. Those ceremonies will have to comply with social distancing guidelines and health and safety protocols at the time. Murphy said that the size of the ceremonies and attendance will be determined by health data available at the time of the ceremony. Some schools may... Read More

Multi-state Manhunt Moves to PA; Bucks County Hotel Shooting; Fire Truck Tips; Mail-in Vote Deadline
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/25/20 11:45 pm | updated: 05/25/20 11:49 pm
A multi-state manhunt is underway for a University of Connecticut senior wanted in two murders over the weekend. Police are looking for 23-year-old Peter Manfredonia who is a finance and mechanical engineering major from Sandy Hook. He is suspected of killing 62-year-old Ted DeMers on Friday, 5/22, in Willington, CT, and 23-year-old Nicholas Eisele on Sunday in Derby, CT. Police said on Monday that they found Eisele's 23-year-old girlfiend unharmed with her car at a rest stop in... Read More

Man Asked to Wear Mask, Throws Hot Sauce; Oak Hill Terrace Fire; Episcopal Hospital Room Set on Fire
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/24/20 4:09 pm | updated: 05/24/20 4:09 pm
A man 'went on a rampage' after being asked to wear a mask by a grocery store employee in Bucks County on Saturday morning, 5/23. It happened at an Acme in Feasterville, Southampton Township. The man entered the store without a mask. An employee approached and asked the man to wear a face covering while inside the supermarket. Police say the man began throwing items including a bottle of hot sauce at the employee. You can see a surveillance image of the suspect released by police. He is... Read More

Bucks County Hotel Shooting; 19yo Shot in Kensington; Man Shot 7 Times in North Philly, Arrest Made
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/24/20 2:08 pm | updated: 05/24/20 2:08 pm
A person was injured in a shooting at a hotel in Bucks County early Sunday morning, 5/24. It happened around 1:15 a.m. at the Holiday Inn Express on the 3100 block of Cabot Road near Oxford Valley Road in Falls Township. The victim was taken to St. Mary Medical Center suffering from a gunshot to the head. The shooting happened outside the main entrance. Several shell casings were found out front and windows and doors were also hit by the gunfire. The victim's condition has not been... Read More

Wilmington Distributes 19,500 Free Masks; Judge Closes Atilis Gym Bellmawr; Murder-Suicide in Bucks
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/23/20 3:53 pm | updated: 05/23/20 3:53 pm
The City of Wilmington along with several non-profit organizations undertook a huge effort to protect residents by handing out 1,000s of free, reusable face masks on Saturday, 5/23. Volunteers distributed 19,500 masks at various locations around the city earlier this afternoon. The masks are washable and reusable. They were distributed in neighborhoods where there are more vulnerable populations including the elderly and poor. The Wilmington Housing Authority will be distributing 5,000... Read More

Philadelphia Archbishop Nelson Perez Says Masses to Resume June 6; PA Guidelines For Summer Program
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/22/20 11:23 pm | updated: 05/22/20 11:23 pm
Philadelphia Archbishop Nelson Perez announced on Friday night, 5/22, based on the earlier announcement that Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf anticipates the Philadelphia area will move to the 'yellow' phase of reopening on June 5, that daily and Sunday masses will resume on June 6. State and federal health guidelines will be followed when services resume such as capacity limits, social distancing, and hygiene protocols. Mass was suspended in the Archdiocese on March 18 and Pérez gave... Read More

Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf Anticipates Philadelphia Area to Reopen to Yellow Phase by June 5
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/22/20 6:57 pm | updated: 05/22/20 6:57 pm
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf announced on Friday, 5/22, that he anticipates that all counties in the commonwealth will be moved to the 'yellow' phase in the reopening plan by June 5, including the hard hit Philadelphia area. Currently, there are 49 out of 67 counties in the 'yellow' phase. Starting next Friday, 5/29, Dauphin, Franklin, Huntingdon, Lebanon, Luzerne, Monroe, Pike, and Schuylkill counties will move to 'yellow.' Philadelphia, Berks, Bucks, Chester, Delaware, Lackawanna,... Read More

PA Gov Tom Wolf to Announce Next Yellow Counties; NJ Gov Phil Murphy Raises Outdoor Gatherings to 25
  by: iradioal - Philadelphia, PA
started: 05/22/20 3:03 pm | updated: 05/22/20 3:05 pm
Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf will be announcing more counties changing to the 'yellow' phase of reopening at a press conference Friday at 4 p.m. He may also announce some counties moving into the least restrictive 'green' phase. There are reports that he will announce that ALL counties, including the hardest hit Southeastern region, will move to the 'yellow' phase by June 5. That is two weeks from now. "So I'll be announcing a whole range of counties tomorrow moving from red to yellow... Read More

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