Good morning, Feeders! The day begins with PhillyStat and a trip to Camden. Tom MacDonald will have details for us on the return of Philadelphia’s government accountability program, and Lizz Fiedler is heading across the river to follow up on the most recent fire there.
QFest, the LGBT’s community big celebration, begins tomorrow. Peter Crimmins will tell us what to expect and who’s being honored at the festival’s big party.
Half a year after the Levoy Theater collapsed in Millville, the contractor working on its repairs has been fined. Peter will follow up on his story from January about what led to the collapse and what will come of the disciplinary action.
It’s an “air quality action day” in Philadelphia. What in the world does that mean? Carolyn Beeler will talk to experts about just how ground-level ozone affects us.
Speaking of things we’d like to know more about, Phil Gregory will find out how effective New Jersey’s red-light cameras are.
In Delaware, Mark Fowser is covering the federal agreement that will lower the number of people in the Delaware Psychiatric Institute.
There’s one fewer person running for council-at-large in Philadelphia. Hear from Bernard Scally about why he dropped out of the race.
How’s this for an alter ego? The communications director at Weavers Way Co-op also doubles as a thriller writer. Read about John McGoran and his zombie stories.