Alleged victim files suit against Sandusky, artist shares ‘Moby Dick’ drawings

    Good morning, Feeders! There are a few important press conferences today, and we’re bringing you the details.

    Jen Howard will be at Philadelphia D.A. Seth Williams’ 10 a.m. news conference with the Gaming Control Board, while Carolyn Beeler goes to the Omni Hotel for details on the lawsuit filed by an alleged victim of former Penn State assistant football coach Jerry Sandusky.

    Lizz Fiedler and Kim Paynter are picking up where Tom MacDonald left off at Occupy Philly. We’ll find out what’s next for the tent city, when Dilworth Plaza construction is supposed to begin and where the city stands in its relationship with Occupy.

    After more than a year spent in a closet drawing scenes from Moby Dick, the artist is coming to our studios today. Peter Crimmins will share his interview with the man who drew a scene for every page of the novel.

    Peter’s also got a great story for us out of Drexel University about a professor who created a different kind of piano, composed music for it, and will perform those pieces this weekend.

    Look for those stories and more on the web today, with more interviews this evening on NewsWorks Tonight.

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