Kimmel Center marks 10 years on Broad Street, Facebook begins suicide prevention

    Good morning, Feeders, and happy Friday!

    The Kimmel Center is celebrating its 10th birthday today. Peter Crimmins and Kim Paynter will help us take a look back at a decade of Kimmel, and we’ll hear from people about their expectations for the South Broad Street facility.
    Callowhill neighbors voted against the creation of a Neighborhood Improvement District, but City Council approved it anyway. What gives and how does this affect the sought-after Reading Viaduct park? Lizz Fiedler will have details on that, plus Internet gambling in Fishtown.

    Facebook has begun suicide prevention. From the Behavioral Health desk, Maiken Scott will explain how the social network plans to assist users who appear suicidal. Is that a role social networks should take on?

    Carolyn Beeler will break down the Medicaid cuts in Pennsylvania and how they stack up compared with reductions in other states, while Jen Howard gathers more details on the Quadrangle abuse acquittal.

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